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40 Weird Fonts That Will Put a Twist On Your Designs

What usually sticks out in your memory: a color, a shape, or a message? Most of what we like tends to feel familiar. We like straight lines because they look clean, and earth tones because they remind us of earth…

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13 Creepy Bone Fonts To Help You Make Convincingly Scary Works

The symbolism behind bones and skulls has been around for centuries. Although seeing them is sort of creepy because it reminds us of our mortality, it’s also quite fascinating to know that they remain long after we are gone. In…

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33 Mysterious Gothic Fonts that are Both Intricate Yet Modern

Gothic influences usually refer to architecture, art, and sculptures that were popular during the Middle Ages in Europe. Nowadays, the term ‘gothic’ typically refers to anything that’s dark, mysterious, or edgy. The word itself though, was coined by Italian writer,…

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31 Groovy Fonts That Are Totally Far Out!

Although the 70s were more known for disco and bell bottoms, there was more to it than meets the eye. Many people, even historians, will say that this period felt like an extension of the 60s – colorful, vibrant, yet…

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18 Exquisite Dot Fonts That Will Your Designs From Dull To Fun

While it’s common to see polka dots today – from dresses, curtains, wallpaper, to cakes – it wasn’t always the case. In fact, the pattern wouldn’t be perfected until the creation of the first working sewing machine in the mid-1800s.…

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17 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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7 Creative Origami Fonts That Will Show You The Art Of Paperfolding

While there are various paperfolding traditions all over the world, the most known of them is origami. Although the word origami is usually associated with Japanese culture, today, it’s an umbrella term to mean any and all paperfolding practices. It’s…

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10 Badass Spray Paint Fonts That Show Off Your Urban Roots

Who would’ve thought that a can of paint will be synonymous with rebellion or street art? When Ed Seymour mixed paint with aerosol inside a can with a spray head one day in 1949, all he wanted was to demonstrate…

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