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20 Lovely Postcard Fonts That Might Just Give You Wanderlust

You see them sold in tourist traps as souvenirs. Your grandmother probably collected some. You remember your father or uncle sending a couple during their vacation trips. Even though postcards are no longer popular today, they enjoyed a golden time…

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5 Smooth Jazz Fonts That Will Put All Your Design Elements In Harmony

Thanks to jazz, we now have mainstream music genres such as pop, rock, and funk. Originated in the early 1900s in New Orleans, jazz is characterized by distinctive rhythms (‘swinging’ notes), sophisticated harmonies, and most importantly, improvisation. Almost any instrument…

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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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24 Cool Vintage Circus Fonts

Believe it or not, people’s love of the circus has lasted more than 200 years. Although technically it isn’t dead, it’s not as popular as it once was. However, nothing elicits dreamy nostalgia more than thoughts of nimble trapeze artists,…

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17 Graffiti Fonts Perfect for Bold Designs

Depending on where you are, graffiti can either be legal or illegal. But one thing’s for sure: they are as varied as they are captivating. Some are mostly just words, scribbled using thick, bold fonts that artists usually just make…

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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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35 Contemporary Greek Fonts for the Modern Calligrapher

There was a time when the Phoenicians became a leading trade power. Their fleets coming from what is now Lebanon carried not only goods, but also their writing system. This in turn, became the foundation of the Greek alphabet. The…

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