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Download Picture Resizer Pro Free Trial - Resize your digital photos so you can share them with family and friends Picture Resizer Pro is an application that you can use to easily resize image files, as the title implies. This type of software is ideal if you have a large amount of images on your computer that take up too much space. The interface of the program is simple and intuitive. You have to follow a few simple steps to achieve your desired results. So, you can get started by choosing a resizing mode (single image or batch processing), after which you can locate the source images by using the file browser (the "drag and drop" method is not supported). In addition, you can specify the destination folder and configure image settings when it comes to quality, anti-aliasing, resolution, subdirectories, and others. The simple-to-use program runs on a low-to-moderate amount of system resources and quickly finishes a task without freezing, crashing or displaying errors along the way.

Review: Script Fonts Love them or hate them, script fonts can bring personality and authenticity to a design. Much like retro fonts, they evoke another age and designers have been using them to do just that for years. These days, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of script fonts available to choose from. So where do you start? The book is separated helpfully in to seven chapters, which include English Copperplate and Italian and French Italics, to make it easier to find exactly the style you're after. There are also over 100 examples of the typefaces as used in manuscripts, posters, in advertising and other various designs. At the top of each page you'll find the name of each typeface, it's designer, year of creation and where you can find it online. Thick but small and compact, this hardback would fit nicely on any bookshelf and, featuring a bright red spine, you're not going to lose it in any hurry. Subscription offer Script Fonts goes on sale on 4 April but is currently available to pre-order.

The origins of abc Where does our alphabet come from? We see it every day on signs, billboards, packaging, in books and magazines; in fact, you are looking at it now — the Latin or Roman alphabet, the world’s most prolific, most widespread abc. Typography is a relatively recent invention, but to unearth the origins of alphabets, we will need to travel much farther back in time, to an era contemporaneous with the emergence of (agricultural) civilisation itself. Robert Bringhurst wrote that writing is the solid form of language, the precipitate.[1] But writing is also much more than that, and its origins, its evolution, and the way it is now woven into the fabric of civilisations makes it a truly wonderful story. Cuneiform The Sumerians began to experiment with writing at the close of the fourth millennium BC, in Mesopotamia between the rivers Tigris and Euphrates (roughly modern-day Iraq). 1.1 The pictographic origin of Cuneiform. 1.2 Proto-Cuneiform. 1.3 Cyrus Cylinder (Akkadian cuneiform), 6th century BC.

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Mosaizer Pro The 33 best free graffiti fonts In recent decades, graffiti has moved from an urban nuisance to a professional business thanks to the rise of street art as a serious creative force. And with the artform ever growing in popularity, there are now a wealth of graffiti font styles available online for creatives to use as the typography in their urban artwork. Here, we've scoured the web to find you the best examples of free fonts in a graffiti style for designers. Enjoy! 01.Urban Jungle This big, bold typeface 'Urban Jungle' was created by designer Kevin Christopher of KC Fonts. 02. Designer and frontend developer Petar Acanski is behind this bold, quirky graffiti font Blow Brush. 03. The first font from Team Knorke, The Fresh Prince graffiti design is one of our favourites. 04. Another all-cap font, designer Maelle Keita has two sets on offer for free. 05. Indonesian designer Ariq Sya has created a cap-only font with numbers to boot – and with 300,015 downloads so far, it's his second most popular font. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10.

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