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11 Font Cheat Sheets And Infographics February 21st, 2011 by aditia rahman / No Comments This post is a collection of cheatsheets and infographics about fonts, that I found out there, they are really useful to help us to better understanding about font, especially for web designer who love using many fonts as their design part. The Origins of the World’s Most Important Typefaces [ Link ] Web Safe Fonts Cheat Sheet v.3 [ Link ] So You Need A Typefaces? [ Link ] 9 New High-Quality Free Fonts We’re always trying to find new high-quality freebies. Whether it’s textures, Photoshop brushes, or icons, we love finding free stuff and sharing it with you. We do the searching so you don’t have to. 30 Fonts Perfect for Vintage and Retro Style Design A Vintage or retro style design is meant to transport it’s audience decades into the past. Designers try to do this by using various design elements such as textures and patterns from a certain time period. But it’s also important to use accurate typography from the time period you are trying to represent. In this post, we’ve rounded up 30 excellent vintage and retro fonts that you can use in your designs.

Best Fonts for Wedding Invitations The key to DIY wedding invitations that don’t look DIY? A fabulous font! Last week we featured this DIY invitation suite that used Belluccia to create an expensive, custom look for less, and it inspired me to round-up 50 of my favorite fonts. This post doesn’t even begin to do justice to these beautiful typefaces, so make sure to click through and see them in action – some of them will really blow you away. Simple animation to explain complex principles - Electronics 1, aircraft radial engine 2, oval Regulation 3, sewing machines Frustro: the impossible typeface Based on the illusion of the Penrose triangle, the type appears to be facing two different directions simultaneously. It plays with perspective in a way that makes the typeface look impossible. An excellent project by hungarian designer Martzi Hegedüs.

Free Handwriting Fonts It’s my Blogiversary and 30th Birthday Week! First off, I cannot believe that it’s been two years that I’ve pretty much blogged every day. It’s been crazy but also one of the best experiences I have ever had. Not only have I loved letting the creative juices flow, but I have made so many friends and have learned so much. Thank you to everyone who has helped me in this crazy journey, and especially to YOU – the readers, who keep this blog alive and keep me creating. 30 Free Fonts Which Are Perfect For Professional Logo Designs FreebiesBy TimothyBlake · On September 7, 2009 A Great compilation of Creative Nerds favourite Free Fonts Which Are Perfect and suitable For creating Professional Logo Designs. A great collections of fonts which are perfect for designers who are designing on a small budget. 2. Sapir

Prime free font Fontfabric type foundry presents Prime free font – unique sans serif techy fonts! Prime is a simple typeface with a techy feel and a strict, geometric origin. I wanted to create something that offers great readability in various sizes yet still offers enough subtle differences to stand out. Basic and somewhat neutral, it can be used in a variety of ways from distinct titles to body text. – Max Pirsky Designed by Max Pirsky | Portfolio link Downloadfree fonts 10 sketchy fonts for web designers Not that long ago I was looking for some nice sketchy font to use in my project. There are not so many good quality sketchy fonts so I am sharing with you ten of them I liked the most. Caitlyn

A Beginner’s Guide to Pairing Fonts Pairing fonts can be a challenge. Selecting two or more fonts which work well is one thing - selecting two which work together to achieve your typographic aims may have you reaching for the aspirin. Let's see if we can alleviate any headaches. This guide will help you get started with font pairing for the web. Luckily, typography has been around a lo-oong time. Typographic rules and conventions have had plenty of opportunity to establish themselves and there are loads of resources to help you out.

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