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23 amazing free modern clean sans serif fonts for designers on s

23 amazing free modern clean sans serif fonts for designers on s
On 04.01.09, In Design, by Keranm 23 fonts that will set your design apart from all the rest Fonts have come a long way, today’s designers are looking more and more for fonts that are full of life, with subtleties of space and shape. Fonts are as much about what’s not there as what is. This collection celebrates the clean modern fonts, that give a striking elegance to any page, with bold lines, white space and clean curves. Update: check out 32 free fun & funky fonts for your design project Walkway Comfortaa Tin Birdhouse Often TF Grutch Grotesk Tuffy Street Folks Alte Haas Grotesk Libel Suit Gauntlet Tondo Siple 2 Nelson ShoCard DNA 20th Century Sansumi Ambrosia Delicious Geo Sans Light Reding 1969 Duepuntozero Fertigo Pro Eurofurence That’s it for this collection – some wonderful free modern fonts in this collection. Keranm

2cia1r9.jpg (JPEG Image, 480x359 pixels) 50 Excellent Fonts From DeviantART deviantART is one of the best resource for designers for quality resources and splendid inspirations. You can find brushes, stock images, illustrations, textures, tutorials as well as fonts. Font gallery of deviantART has some of the most beautiful and popular fonts, in this post we have compiled list of 50 excellent fonts hand-picked from deviantART. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

The Other Side of Perception – Steampunk | Lust, wrath, vanity, avarice and jealousy are the most sinister passions of the humanity, but at the same time they are the impulsive force for the most deeds. All these components of the human being are revealed in the newest trend Steampunk that presents the alternative concept of the evolution on earth. This concept implies the idea of complete predominance of the steam machine and the overwhelming power of engineering. This mechanical renaissance madness is depicted in the strict opposition to people. In this collection you will find the exaggerated and arabesque examples of steampunk. Title: The Fall of Icarus Author: Nigel QuarlessPortfolio here This is the interpretation of the notorious legend in the steampunk way. Title: Kaurwaki Author: Ram Singh Software: PhotoshopPortfolio This illustration pictures the girl in a kind of warrior style and the robots behind her back. Title: Hermes vs Argos Author: Jeremy Love Software: PhotoshopPortfolio It seems that Pinocchio is trapped.

Handwritten Fonts – Free Fonts of the Week nr. 6 Before inventing printing machines and metal types, handwriting remained the only way to save the literary works on paper and deliver the gained knowledge to the next generations. In many parts of the world, handwritten scripts achieved the levels of true art with aesthetic perfection of the lines and glyphs. Today, handwritten fonts remain extremely popular among designers, especially for such projects as logo or greeting cards designs, where personal appeal and high artistic qualities of the printed text value much more than its plain readability. A rich collection of free handwritten fonts is offered below for every cruziner to feel all the benefits of high quality handwritten fonts. The King & Queen WC ROUGHTRAD Bta Jellyka Castle’s Queen Carefree Japanese Brush Christopherhand Tabitha Brook 23 Burst My Bubble Juergen Snyder Speed Brush The Sixth Sense Jellyka BeesAntique Handwriting FFF Tusj Bold Christina Gardiner Sans HZHandwrite BlackJack Regular The Quiet Scream SwingSet BB PetraScriptEF

Exceptionally Beautiful Photographs -- "Dream is not that what you see in your sleep..Dream is the thing which do not allow you to sleep" Regards, 40 Excellent Free Fonts For Minimal Web Design Creation Minimal web design has become a big trend in 2010. You won’t find large pictures or glossy buttons in minimal designs, but fonts are some of those rare accents they can have. Carefully chosen fonts can really enhance your design. There are plenty of free, great looking fonts around the web. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. If you enjoyed this article, get email updates (it's free).

COUSCOUSKID.CO.UK 40 Hauntingly Beautiful Creative Commons Licensed Photographs Ta By Daniel on April 6, 2009 under Books, Featured, Photography · Tags: Cemetery, Creative Commons, Death, Featured, Featured Photography, Graves, Graveyard, Hauntingly Beautiful, Neil Gaiman, Photography, Photography Gallery, The Graveyard Book Photo Credit: Onkel Wart Last week, I spent a few pleasurably-languid hours reading Neil Gaiman’s “The Graveyard Book.” Gaiman’s wonderful tale of a young boy – Nobody Owens – who is nurtured and protected by the ghostly denizens of a graveyard, transported me into another world, and made me contemplate about life, death and the afterlife. I had experienced the same feelings once before. That was while reading Emily Dickinson’s “Because I could not stop for Death.” We paused before a house that seemedA swelling of the ground;The roof was scarcely visible,The cornice but a mound.Since then ’tis centuries; but eachFeels shorter than the dayI first surmised the horses’ headsWere toward eternity. Image Credit: Denise O’ Brien Image Credit: Smitty

YOUNG GALLERY In a world obsessed with superficial image it is a refreshing contrast to look beyond the surface and appreciate the stuff that surrounds us for what it is made of, not just what it looks like on the outside. English artist Nick Veasey uses x-ray technology to peel back the layers and peer inside all manner of subjects; people, objects, natural forms and animals. The work has an ethereal, otherwordly quality, yet the things he uses to create the pictures are familiar. Nick’s work has won awards in every relevant photographic competition and shown in galleries around the world. For Nick Veasey, artistic inspiration came from an unlikely source. Veasey spent the next three months working with scientists to refine his technique. Armed with his new knowledge, Veasey easily transformed it into commercial success. Please contact the gallery for current pricing and availability > CLICK HERE