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Create Fabulously Sweet and Wiggly Designs with the Free Jelly Belly Font

Ever been working on a project and thought it needed just that extra ‘oomph’? Whether it’s a kiddie poster or your homepage, often, the bigger – and bouncier! – the better. After all, nothing attracts people more than cute designs…

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Paul Grotesk – A Free Modernist Font Family

Paul Grotesk free font-family from Modernist designed by Lukas Bischoff. It comes with three free weights (thin, regular and bold), best for headlines, poster design, logotypes, etc.   The free version includes 3 weights for personal use, you need a…

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Makes Your Ads Stand Out Using The Dreamteam Font Family

Typography has always played a crucial role in printed works. From early handwritten texts to the first published manuscripts, good lettering not only looked beautiful, but it also evoked certain moods to the audience. So it’s not surprising that typography…

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Affogato – A Friendly Sans-Serif Typeface (5 Weights)

Affogato by Eric Lobdell, a free sans-serif font family with four weights (light, regular, medium, bold and black), over 1,250 glyphs, uppercase, lowercase and special characters, numbers, diacritics with all European languages support. Its elegant design makes it useful for…

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Make Exciting Possibilities Happen with Stoked Display Typeface

One of the best things about working in design is that you get to explore new things with every new assignment. However, some days, you just fall into a slump. Projects would seem routine, and you feel like you need…

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Create Stunning Vintage Designs Using Fictoria Typeface

Making vintage works can be nostalgic. In fact, there are certain designers who simply love working on such projects because they enjoy the look and feel of traditional artworks. However, recreating them can usually be challenging. Picking the right colors,…

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Franca – Dynamic Neo-Grotesk Family

Franca is a neo-grotesk family in nine weights plus matching italics. The inspiration for the design came through the constant interest in new interpretations of the classic grotesk model and a study of “neutral“ typefaces like Helvetica, Univers or Normal…

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