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32. 400ml Type This 400ml typeface was designed and created by student Marco Terre . Currently completing his degree in communication design at the university of applied sciences in Berlin, Marco's aim was to create a clean and little playful type and is based on the idea of combining graffiti glyphs with graphic glyphs. The font comes in four styles: regular, bold, regular italic and bold italic. It's perfect for almost any type of use, including poster work, web design and illustration. 33.
Most fonts are licensed when needed, selected specifically for the job at hand. But when my (less font-addicted) friends are seeking versatile, workhorse typefaces for future use, I send them this list. Of course, there are dozens of reputable outfits that make and sell good fonts. It’s almost irresistible to list every little foundry I love, but most of them are available via one of these outlets and a set of links longer than the one above is often more overwhelming than useful. Think of this list as a shopper’s starting point for building a lasting typographic toolset.
The Gibson font family hits the right spot for many people and on many levels. It is a humanist sans serif typeface designed by eminent Canadian type designer Rod McDonald, and produced by Patrick Griffin and Kevin King of Canada Type , to honour John Gibson FGDC (1928-2011), Rod's long-time friend and one of the original founders of the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada (GDC). Gibson is available at YouWorkForThem website .