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In which I round up 30 groovy fonts that harken back to the psychedelic era of the 1960s and 1970s. For flower children and retro lovers alike.
Ashleigh Atkins saved to Groovy
Creating a beautiful and clever logo is hard. But with a master's degree in design and 15 years of experience in the industry, Mustafa Ömerli has perfectly mastered the art of representing ideas. To show off his skills, Mustafa has been creating typography logos for random words. Parent. Tunnel. Disability. Whatever he's portraying, Mustafa seems to always pinpoint the essence of that particular word and it's truly captivating.
Amarachukwum saved to Dedicated Words
Meet New York! New York is a sleek and fashion-forward serif font that we've loved to incorporate into past branding and web design projects for clients. New York is currently free for personal use. | free fonts, free font for download, free font pairings, modern fonts, minimalist fonts #typography #graphicdesign #branddesign
Wordplay is a never-ending source of amusement for me, with funny puns, spoonerisms, and double entendres bringing a little extra color and life to the everyday language that we sometimes take for granted.
Jordan Nerison saved to 1kx
There are always different challenges circulating within the design world, usually lasting a few days, or a month if you really wanted to challenge yourself.
Designer desafia a si mesmo a criar logotipos com significados ocultos por um ano, e os resultados ficaram incríveis
O jogo de palavras é uma fonte inesgotável de diversão para mim, com trocadilhos e duplos sentidos trazendo um pouco de cor extra e vida à linguagem cotidiana que às vezes tomamos como certa.O designer sueco Daniel Carlmatz também gosta de ser criativo com as palavras, mas de uma maneira d
Every day we showcase the best fonts on the web. Today it's Razor by Jeff Schreiber.
janna barrett saved to Font of the Day
“When I put my pen to a blank sheet, black isn’t added but rather the white sheet is deprived of light. […] Thus I also grasped that the empty spaces are the most important aspect of a typeface.” — Adrien Frutiger
Alejandra Sanchez saved to Typography