WhatTheFont : MyFonts. Teacher Guide. 5 Excellent Free Grunge Fonts. 5 Excellent Free Grunge Fonts If our freebies have benefited you personally or have helped you earn a profit please consider donating via paypal.
Donate Now These are 5 of the (in my opinion) best free “grunge” or “eroded” typefaces of late. Three of which are from the same artist/typographer Gyom S? Guin. Turbo Ripped By: Gyom S? Dirty Ames By: Typology. Sidewalk By: Gyom S? Neoprint M319 By: Polenimschaufenster. Trashed By: Gyom S? About Jay Hilgert Formally trained at Oklahoma State, Jay Hilgert is a graphic and web designer, font designer (Link), software developer (Brush Pilot™), and the founder of BittBox.
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Public Domain Clip Art. Keith Devens .com - Programming Fonts. Free Quality Font Foundry. Vitaly Friedman's Notebook: 25 Best Free Quality Fonts. 25 Best Free Quality Fonts » Oct 15, 01:00 AM Recently I’ve been browsing through the Net searching for the best license-free fonts which would fit as a serious heading for a serious online-presentation.
Fortunately, I wasn’t the first web-developer, who was trying to find such fonts. One of the best resources I’ve found was Gerrit van Aaken’s essays collection “Freie Schriften im Portrait” (free fonts in a portrait) in German language. Before reading this article any further I strongly suggest you to visit Gerrit’s site and add it to bookmarks, for it is regularly updated and contains great links and a great fonts library. Besides, I’ve found some collections, created by freelancing typo-artists, such as Manfred Klein’s Fonteria, Designer In Action: Fonts, Typemotion.de, Apostrophic Laboratories’ Collection, Identifont – Free Fonts and others.
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I was rereading this post earlier this week and began to ask myself a few questions: How do some people end up more curious than others? Is Curiosity a personality trait or can it be learned? How can I be more curious? As I pondered these questions I thought of the images that I see each day on Flickr’s interestingness pages (the shots in this post come from there). I’ve never studied this but I suspect that while curiosity could well be something a personality type thing and that some of us will be more naturally curious than others – it is also that we can all probably learn how to be – to some extent. How can you add Curiosity to your Photographic toolbox?
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