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24 Japanese Fonts In Celebration Of East Meets West

Until it opened up to the West in 1853, Japan was a mysterious land veiled by stories of honorable warriors, powerful mountains, and stunning walking artisans. Today, the country is still as fascinating as when it first welcomed visitors to…

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42 Cool Sports Fonts that are an Instant Win

For centuries, sports have brought people together. Be it the Little League or the Olympics, sports foster teamwork, hard work, and persistence – values that are understood the world over. In terms of design, athletic themes can be described as…

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25 Newspaper Fonts Worthy of the Front Page

Since the dawn of civilization, people have always shared news and stories with one another. At first, these were passed through word of mouth. Then, we learned to transcribe these thoughts to more permanent means, such as through paper, stone,…

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15 Groovy Disco Fonts You Can Catch On The Flip Side

The night is young and all you need is a partner – welcome to the 70s disco revolution. Fueled by a simmering subculture who wants to just let it loose, the disco movement was all about acceptance and individuality, enlightenment…

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36 Wild West Fonts To Bring Out Your Inner Pioneer

Also known as the ‘American frontier’, the great Wild West is best remembered today for its host of gunslingers, cowboys, and outlaws. But this golden era has much more to offer than shootouts. It was during this period that historic…

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27 Gorgeous Irish Fonts To Give Your Designs a Classic 18th Century Vibe

Irish type is also sometimes called Gaelic script because it’s a part of insular scripts, which were created for printing Classical Gaelic. Most of these characters were widely used during the 16th and 18th century. Insular scripts were a type…

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24 Lovely Slab Serif Fonts To Bring New Shape To Your Works

Slab typefaces became popular around the 19th century, right when advertising boomed as well. Often called sans serifs or added serifs, these are structured and were meant to draw in attention. You’d usually see these plastered on posters and as…

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