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Friday Fresh Free Fonts #47

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #47

I will be posting some fresh free fonts every Friday, yes I know it's awesome. I will look forward to bring a lot of great fonts that will sure help you improve your typography work. Check out what I selected for you on the FFFF#47 and make sure to comeback for more next week. Click here to view all Friday Fresh Free Fonts Dan by Font Fabric Download Dan Gondrin by Peter Wiegel Download Gondrin Cleanvertising by Zenze B.V. Download Cleanvertising Philosopher by Jovanny Lemonad Download Philosopher

TypeFaces Web Designer Playing Cards Giveaway

TypeFaces Web Designer Playing Cards is a "top trumps"-style card pack contains 20 of your favorite designers, including Jason Santa Maria, Mike Kus, Jeffrey Zeldman, Mark Boulton and other very respectful web designers . For each designer, a typeface was selected to match their overall vibe. Each card is individually designed to reflect this vibe, supported typographically with the selected typeface. The result is a beautifully designed and packaged, witty collector's item that features your ratings. Get your hands on these now by ordering here! TypeFaces Logo We simply love the idea and thanks to the TypeFaces guys we have 10 sets of TypeFaces to giveaway. To participate is super simple, just leave a comment with your favorite web designer and who would you like to include in the set. We will announce the winner next week Some Photos of the cards For more information visit TypeFaces Web Designer Playing Cards website. We also would like to thank Adii Pienaar (@adii) in especial for this giveaway, thanks a lot mate.

Typography Mania #27

Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around every Wednesday with the best of Typography work on the web, from videos to images everything is full of great design and inspiration. Check out this weeks Mania and comeback in 7 days for more. Click here to check out all the previous Typography Mania Make sure to click on each image to go to original location where you can check out more work from each artist and designer. Videos Book Suggestion Making and Breaking the Grid A Graphic Design Layout Workshop For designers working in every medium, layout is arguable the most basic and most important element. Effective layout is essential to communication and enables the end user to not only be drawn in with an innovative design but to digest information easily. Making and Breaking the Grid is a comprehensive layout design workshop that assumes that to effectively break the rules of grid-based design one must first understand those rules and see them applied to real-world projects. Text reveals top designers' work in process and rationale. Projects with similar characteristics are linked through a simple notational system that encourages exploration and comparison of structure ideas. Also included are historical overviews that summarize the development of layout concepts, both grid-based and non-grid based, in modern design practice. Images Part of an old Arby's Sign | by rizzojn Playing with Typography | by heartlandart Typography | by b-worx Typography Poster Design | by pkwahme Save the Trees, Plant Animals Instead | by John Rabbit Typography OK | by Lightroom Presets Swiss Typography History Poster | by RyanFlem typo-bang-bang-poster | by Philippe Nicolas Helvetica | by joerehling Obama Typography | by Fresh Graphics Victorian Type Poster | by Lagwd Love Your Body Typography | by rikku813 Typography-Avant garde LT Bold font | by Clinique ElAlya Handmade Typography | by froodmat Bauhaus Weimar Typography | by opentype.info Hand Drawn Typography | by Tim Degner Mercado Santa Tereza | by Francisco Martins Helvetica Poster | by dan nation The Annual of the Type Directors Club | by Nathan Young The Psychology of Imagination | by Montague Projects The Hostages | by Montague Projects

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #46

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #46

I will be posting some fresh free fonts every Friday, yes I know it's awesome. I will look forward to bring a lot of great fonts that will sure help you improve your typography work. Check out what I selected for you on the FFFF#46 and make sure to comeback for more next week. Click here to view all Friday Fresh Free Fonts Charlie Brown by Mohammed Rahman Download Charlie Brown Kingthings Serifique by Kevin King Download Kingthings Serifique Quadranta by Darim Download Quadranta Thinfonthin by Gabriel De Ioannes Becke Download Thinfonthin

Astonishing Paper Illustration by Yulia Brodskaya

Yulia Brodskaya is an artist and illustrator born in 1983 in Moscow - Russia. She is very recognized for her astonishing, elegant and detailed paper illustrations. Currently based in the UK, where she went to continue her education in art at the University of Hertfordshire with a Master of Art in Graphics Communication degree in 2006. After getting her degree, Yulia continued to experiment and explore ways of bringing together all the things she likes most: typography, paper, and highly detailed hand-made craft objects. She has swiftly earned an international reputation for her innovative paper illustrations and continues to create beautifully detailed paper designs for clients all around the world. “Typography is my second love, after paper and I’m really happy that I’ve found a way of combining the two. Having said that, I don’t want to exclude non-typobased designs, I’d like to work on different projects.” Yulia for Computer Arts I bumped into Yulia's work during one of my explorations looking for inspiration and was impressed by her pieces. The colors, details, swirls and the movement of her artworks, everything matches perfectly catching our attention and enchanting those who love the combination of creativity, talent and unique ideas. Well, enough said is time for you to enjoy the images! And don't forget to visit her website for more. Hope you like it! Enjoy. =)

Typography Mania #26

Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around every Wednesday with the best of Typography work on the web, from videos to images everything is full of great design and inspiration. Check out this weeks Mania and comeback in 7 days for more. Click here to check out all the previous Typography Mania Make sure to click on each image to go to original location where you can check out more work from each artist and designer. Videos Book Suggestion 1,000 Type Treatments From Script to Serif, Letterforms Used to Perfection The ability to wield typography is one of those things that is a clear indication of a talented designer. Being able to craft type well and thoughtfully takes a deep understanding of the inherent complexities and a keen eye for the minute and subtle details. This book contains a collection of 1,000 instances of thoughtful type usage along with credits that note what fonts were used in the design. Like its predecessor, 1,000 Graphic Elements, the photography in this book focuses in on the typography so readers can get an up-close look at the work. 1,000 Type Treatments showcases an array of fonts in a catalog-like format, making it easy for the working designer to practically shop for ideas. The book is organized by style so if a designer has a traditional, elegant, or edgy piece, they can go directly to that section of the book, where they will find a wide collection of fresh ideas in the style they are seeking. Also included is a directory of font foundries and suppliers, providing busy designers with a quick reference guide to where they can find the fonts that pique their interest. Images Luther's | by House Industries Google before you tweet | found at yay!everyday Fear | by Andrei D. Robu Young Romance cover redsign | by raid71 The movie title still | by Annyas The Booze | by Joe Prytherch 10 penneth | by Craig Oldham Eat My Font | by Hand Made Font My Generation Font | by raid71 Super Street Fighter | by Ammirati Ampersands Chart | by Doug Wilson Want vs Need | by Erin Hanson The Elephant Man | by Raid71 So you need a typeface | by Julian Hansen I want to eat you baby | by Brusse Goodness! | by Micah Lidberg Useless Flier | by Josh Millard Imagine something beautiful | by Patrick Hruby If you can't make it good... | by bryantosaurus The Best Possible Strategic Plan | by Jonathan Moore found at Hello Again found at Hello Again

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #45

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #45

I will be posting some fresh free fonts every Friday, yes I know it's awesome. I will look forward to bring a lot of great fonts that will sure help you improve your typography work. Check out what I selected for you on the FFFF#45 and make sure to comeback for more next week. Click here to view all Friday Fresh Free Fonts Calligraphy by Casady & Greene Download Calligraphy Diner by David Rakowski Download Diner Galileo by Casady & Greene Download Galileo Spin Cycle by Blue Vinyl Fonts Download Spin Cycle

Ginger Monkey's New and Beautiful Work

Tom Lane is the guy behind Ginger Monkey, living in Bristol, the UK, he has produced some incredible works for big clients such as Sony Ericcson, Mercedez-Benz, Coca-Cola, BT, BMW, Miller and many others. We can also see his works on popular magazines like Computer Arts. So in this post we will show you some of the new pieces from his recently updated website. I design, illustrate and make things.10 years ago I caught a bug, an insatiable need to create, a need to get better at creating. I've been chasing the sense of achievement that comes from putting an idea down, seeing it grow, take shape, and have it exist 'out there'. I'm one of those lucky people that make a living doing what they love. For more information and to check out Tom's portfolio visit the Ginger Monkey website at http://www.gingermonkeydesign.com/ Some Works Uber Branding What can I say about Uber, great project, great people to work with. I was brought in to come up with an approach to their branding that was new and exciting and embodied the theme of 'Bloody/Beautiful'... Tom Lane Baileycross Gee a lollipop I had the idea to illustrate the letter G to form one of the big, swirly lollipops you sometimes see in movies, on TV, or at fares. I wanted to make it look lovely and lickable. I started with a rough sketch, intended to simply get the idea down, and then worked out most of the form in a more detailed sketch... Tom Lane Peacefulness I began this piece wanting to experiment with embellishing an existing typeface (affair) to create an elegant and organic flow between the characters... Tom Lane Eye-i I became heavily inspired when looking through a great book on 60's album artwork... Force of Nature The idea here was to create a symmetrical illustration that blended and fused a pattern with animals under the theme 'the full force of nature'... Tom Lane Chip Tied into my Eye-i piece, as this too was heavily inspired by a couple of psychedelic album covers from the 60's... Caffè Eleganza Brand Probably my furthest ranging project to date. I wore a lot of hats for this one. It started with putting together the initial plans for the building and carried right through to branding the business, setting out an identity, plus a spot of interior design to bring it all together.... Tom Lane 1hundred Branding Here's a first look at my new streetwear and artwork label. I’ll be making a lot of the new pieces I’ve been working on, and some new ones in development, available as limited edition prints and tshirts... Tom Lane Queens Consort I was asked by Orion Books to create a typography led design for Lisa Hiltons book... Tom Lane These were just a few of Tom's new works. He is one of my favorite designers out there, I believe I don't need to explain why after these examples.

Typography Mania #25

Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around every Wednesday with the best of Typography work on the web, from videos to images everything is full of great design and inspiration. Check out this weeks Mania and comeback in 7 days for more. Click here to check out all the previous Typography Mania Make sure to click on each image to go to original location where you can check out more work from each artist and designer. Videos Book Suggestion Getting it Right with Type The Dos and Don'ts of Typography Typography is no longer the specialist domain of the typesetter: these days anyone who uses a computer has access to a wide range of typefaces and effects. This book offers an introduction to the basics of typography, including choosing which typeface to use; adjusting letter-, line-, and word-spacing for improved legibility; understanding kerning and leading; and mastering typographic details, such as italics, punctuation, and line endings. The book is illustrated throughout with practical examples demonstrating good and bad solutions. There are tips for specific design tasks, such as letters, charts, tables, and design for the screen, and a glossary explaining typographic terms. Images "Artistic Hebrew Type" p11 | by Yaronimus Maximus Vintage Poster | by OK Creative Fontaine Ferry Vintage Carnival Poster, Louisville | by pjchmiel Get Lost | by onpaperwings A Volta da Casa Rock | by Rodrigo Müller VM Blackthorne | by JTP Design Vintage typo | by afslag7 Like a Vapor | by j'ena sancartier makes art 1531 | by All-seeing Cuttlefish Line | by anitakhart Queens Consort | by Ginger Monkey - (Tom Lane) Clockwork Zoo Showreel Cover 2010 | by Bruce Mackay Get Up, Get Up | by not a second to waste; L.A. | by Ségozyme Spread from Pink Mince #1 | by ultrasparky Tiger Balm Print ad | by Mr. Matt Arnold Typography Poster | by SawyerHollenshead Sure Sign | by precinct 25 iphoneography. 2010 | by eyetwist Seneca Quote | by 3LambsStudio 5p | by One Little Bird Studio Vogue | by One Little Bird Studio Tiiiiiin Roof....Rusted | by red_dotdesign RCA | by Montague Projects

Clash of the Titans Text Effect in Photoshop

A few weeks ago watched Clash of the Titans. The movie was okay, I have to admit, I was expecting much more, but it was awesome to see some huge monsters and mythologic creatures battling in this epic movie. However in the end of the movie, when the credits started showing I was really impressed with the effect and I thought to myself that I had to do a Photoshop tutorial inspired by the movie. So, in this tutorial I will show you how to create a text effect inspired by the Clash of the Titans posters and artworks. We will use layer styles and basic filters to achieve the effect. It will not take you more than 45 minutes to achieve the effect, but the outcome is really cool. Step 1 Let's start our design in Illustrator, it's easier to get the text done in Illustrator, even though you can do that in Photoshop as well. When I saw the official Clash of the Titans poster I knew that font, it was the Bank Gothic, or the Bank Gothic is very similar. So with the Type Tool (T) add the word "clash", then "of the" in another independent object and then "titans", again in another object and line. All of the in uppercase. Step 2 Select the texts and go to Type>Create Outlines. With the Direct Selection Tool (A) start editing the text. First the A of "clash". then the F of "of" and the T and E of "the". After that edit the word "titans" by changing the T and A. Use the image below for reference. Basically you will be moving points, but be careful to keep the same alignments and angles as the original text. Step 3 Now open Photoshop and create a new document. Create a new layer and fill it with any color, then go to Layer>Layer Style>Gradient Overlay. Use a light beige #fee4c8 and a very dark brown #0f0802 for the gradient, use Radial for the Style and 100% opacity. Step 4 Add a new layer and go to Filter>Render>Clouds. Make sure you have black and white for the colors. Step 5 Change the clouds' layer Blend Mode to Color Dodge. After that go to Layer>Layer Mask>Reveal All. Over the Layers Palette, click on the mask thumb of the layer and go to Filter>Render>Clouds to apply the clouds to the layer mask, that will make the clouds less strong. Tip: play with masks and apply filter on the masks, you will be surprise with the possibilities and the results. Step 6 Go to Edit>Transform>Warp. Select the Fisheye warp type, then move the controller towards the center of the document. That will create a really nice blur effect, much faster than the zoom blur in Photoshop. Step 7 Copy the words "Clash of the " from Illustrator to Photoshop. We will do these words first because we will apply a different Layer Style preset for the Bevel and Emboss. Step 8 First thing here is to search for a old and rusty metal texture. I found the one I'm using on Google Images. Open the image in Photoshop and then go to Edit>Define Pattern. After that go back to our design and select the layer with the words "clash of the", the go to Layer>Layer Style>Pattern Overlay. Select the metal pattern you have just created. Step 9 After the Pattern Overlay, select Bevel and Emboss. For the Technique use Chisel Hard, for the Depth use 500%, for the Size use 120 pixels, for the Soften use 0 pixel. Over the Shading Options, use 95º for the Angle, 35º for the Altitude, then for the Highlight Mode use Color Dodge with white for the color and 65% for the Opacity. For the Shadow Mode use Color Burn with Black for the color, then 40% for the Opacity. Step 10 Now select Contour, then just change the Range to 50%. Step 11 Here you can see the effect you will have. Notice that the ligths are coming from the bottom, or the center of the document, and that is why we split the words. Step 12 Copy the word "titans" from Illustrator and paste it in Photoshop. On the layers palette select the layer we applied the layer styles in the previous steps and with the right button of the mouse click and select Copy Layer Styles. After that select the "titans" layer and click again with the right button of the mouse click and select Paste Layer Styles. Double click on the layer to open the Layer Style dialog box. Select Bevel and Emboss, then just change the Direction to Up. Step 13 This is the effect you wll have gotten so far, notice now that the light for the word "titans" is coming from the top while for the "clash of the" is coming from the bottom. Step 14 If you watched the movie you will know that the Pegasus was a black winged horse, so I got an image of a winged horse from Shutterstock, you can find it over here. It's a vector image, but that is fine, just place it as it is coming from the center. Step 15 To make the horse more realistic and less vector style go to Filter>Blur>Motion Blur. Use 35º for the Angle and 20 pixels for the Distance. Step 16 For the flares you can create them using different techniques, you can do that using the noise gradient, the lens flare filter (least recommended) and using an image. I have used a image that is really good for that on most of my projects, the only thing I do is to change the Hue and Saturation to make the colors match the design. You can find the image I used here. As you can se the background of the image is black so the only thing you have to do is to change the Blend Mode to Screen, so the black will be transparent. Step 17 Add more lens flares over some letters of the texts. Use the image below fore reference. Step 18 Select all layers and duplicate them, after that merge all the duplicated layers into one layer only. The keyboard shortcut to that is Command(mac)/Control(pc) + Alt + Shit + E. Select this layer and go to Filter>Blur>Radial Blur. Use 5 for the Amount, Zoom for the Blur Method and Best for the Quality. Conclusion The zoom blur will give that movement idea to our design, as the text is coming out of the page, exactly like the credits at the end of the movie. You can add some noise as well to give that movie style to the image. The technique on this tutorial is pretty simple, there's nothing that is difficult to be done, but the most important thing was that I wanted to show you that you can find inspiration everywhere, but it's important that you turn this inspiration into something real. The best way to do that is through personal projects ;) Click on the image for full preview. Download the Photoshop File Click here to download the Photoshop File used for this tutorial

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #44

I will be posting some fresh free fonts every Friday, yes I know it's awesome. I will look forward to bring a lot of great fonts that will sure help you improve your typography work. Check out what I selected for you on the FFFF#44 and make sure to comeback for more next week. Click here to view all Friday Fresh Free Fonts Comfortaa by Johan Aakerlund Download Comfortaa Cleopatra by fontex Download Cleopatra Giant Head by Blue Vinyl Fonts Download Giant Head Rocko by Casady & Greene Download Rocko

Typography Mania #24

Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around every Wednesday with the best of Typography work on the web, from videos to images everything is full of great design and inspiration. Check out this weeks Mania and comeback in 7 days for more. Click here to check out all the previous Typography Mania Make sure to click on each image to go to original location where you can check out more work from each artist and designer. Videos Book Designing with Type The Essential Guide to Typography | By James Craig, William Bevington, Irene Korol Scala Part textbook and part reference work, the fifth edition of a typographic classic begins with a thumbnail history of the development of written language and ends with a glossary; in between are in-depth looks at five classic typefaces, lessons on designing with text type, display type and color, and plenty of project assignments. Though Craig, the former design director for Watson-Guptill, touches on the way that type design can be akin to fine art, most of his focus is on the subtle ways in which typeface affects "mood," and letter shape and spacing influences readability, emphasis and even meaning. Even though technological advances have made innovative text design ever simpler, readers—of books, brochures, cereal boxes and subway advertisements—still tend to prefer their type to be "invisible"—in other words, "to serve as a quiet vehicle for enhancing the meaning of a text." While best suited for a beginning graphic design student, this clear, readable book should also intrigue those interested in how the look of a sentence has an impact on the way we read it. 100 color and 500+ b&w illus. by Amazon Images JULY TYPEFACE | by Filip Lysyszyn JULY TYPEFACE | by Filip Lysyszyn JULY TYPEFACE | by Filip Lysyszyn JULY TYPEFACE | by Filip Lysyszyn JULY TYPEFACE | by Filip Lysyszyn JULY TYPEFACE | by Filip Lysyszyn JULY TYPEFACE | by Filip Lysyszyn JULY TYPEFACE | by Filip Lysyszyn JULY TYPEFACE | by Filip Lysyszyn Typography Text Book | by Jackson Cook Typography Text Book | by Jackson Cook Typography Text Book | by Jackson Cook Typography Text Book | by Jackson Cook Typography Text Book | by Jackson Cook Typography Text Book | by Jackson Cook Typography Text Book | by Jackson Cook Typography Text Book | by Jackson Cook Typography Text Book | by Jackson Cook Schmale antique | by 110/design Schmale antique | by 110/design Typostruction Zine | by Chris Piascik Typostruction Zine | by Chris Piascik Typostruction Zine | by Chris Piascik Typostruction Zine | by Chris Piascik Typostruction Zine | by Chris Piascik Typostruction Zine | by Chris Piascik Typostruction Zine | by Chris Piascik Typostruction Zine | by Chris Piascik Typostruction Zine | by Chris Piascik Typostruction Zine | by Chris Piascik Typostruction Zine | by Chris Piascik RCAD Underground Coffeehouse | by Carina Tous RCAD Underground Coffeehouse | by Carina Tous RCAD Underground Coffeehouse | by Carina Tous RCAD Underground Coffeehouse | by Carina Tous RCAD Underground Coffeehouse | by Carina Tous Philosophers' Rally | by Mielo Pouwer Philosophers' Rally | by Mielo Pouwer Philosophers' Rally | by Mielo Pouwer Philosophers' Rally | by Mielo Pouwer

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #43

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #43

I will be posting some fresh free fonts every Friday, yes I know it's awesome. I will look forward to bring a lot of great fonts that will sure help you improve your typography work. Check out what I selected for you on the FFFF#43 and make sure to comeback for more next week. Click here to view all Friday Fresh Free Fonts Print Clearly by Blue Vinyl Fonts Download Print Clearly Holla by Dieter Steffmann Download Holla Louisianne by Dieter Steffmann Download Louisianne Bodonitown by Manfred Klein Fonteria Download Bodonitown

Typography Mania #23

Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around every Wednesday with the best of Typography work on the web, from videos to images everything is full of great design and inspiration. Check out this weeks Mania and comeback in 7 days for more. Click here to check out all the previous Typography Mania Make sure to click on each image to go to original location where you can check out more work from each artist and designer. Videos Book Starting today I will make a book suggestion on every typography mania so you can take your typography love to the next level. Thinking with Type A Critical Guide for Designers, Writers, Editors, & Students (Design Briefs) By Ellen Lupton The organization of letters on a blank sheet -- or screen -- is the most basic challenge facing anyone who practices design. What type of font to use? How big? How should those letters, words, and paragraphs be aligned, spaced, ordered, shaped, and otherwise manipulated? In this groundbreaking new primer, leading design educator and historian Ellen Lupton provides clear and concise guidance for anyone learning or brushing up on their typographic skills. Thinking with Type is divided into three sections: letter, text, and grid. Each section begins with an easy-to-grasp essay that reviews historical, technological, and theoretical concepts, and is then followed by a set of practical exercises that bring the material covered to life. Sections conclude with examples of work by leading practitioners that demonstrate creative possibilities (along with some classic no-no's to avoid). Images CHAIRS! | by dan mogford Typographic Sanity | by Stewf Watch this Space | by andysmith No Hurries, No Worries | by RADROBOT NYC Type - Brooklyn | by ampersanderson H0PE | by boite-en-valise Williamsburg - Brooklyn | by ampersanderson b&b | by patrycja Long Island's Discount Cigarettes | by ampersanderson Avant Garde 8 | by Counter-Print ITALIA | by theonlyone Hot Pockets Ingredients | by getjustin BUTANTÃ EM FESTA +1 VEZ! | by Fulone! ART vs ADVERTISING | by abdull Mary, Mary... | by katiedaisy Depression Press | by k.james Lawrence Wright | by redfox500 I Am Thinking of You | by Reconstructing Ideas sip2 | by Kate_A Eagle Type 5 | by Depression Press Carousel | by redfox500 Mustard 03 | by Cristian Mantovani They go together like a horse and carriage | by sgoralnick

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #42

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #42

I will be posting some fresh free fonts every Friday, yes I know it's awesome. I will look forward to bring a lot of great fonts that will sure help you improve your typography work. Check out what I selected for you on the FFFF#42 and make sure to comeback for more next week. Click here to view all Friday Fresh Free Fonts Angel Tears by Billy Argel Download Angel Tears Charlie Brown by Mohammed Rahman Download Charlie Brown Black Knight by Michael Wright Download Black Knight Sorts Mill Goudy by The League of Moveable Type Download Sorts Mill Goudy

Typography Mania #22

Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around every Wednesday with the best of Typography work on the web, from videos to images everything is full of great design and inspiration. Check out this weeks Mania and comeback in 7 days for more. Click here to check out all the previous Typography Mania Make sure to click on each image to go to original location where you can check out more work from each artist and designer. Videos Images The circus comes to town | by The National Archives UK Sticker Wall | by Tibor Gallery | by Ray Larabie Shortcut | by never fear the unexpected Vansa Posters | by Bruce Mackay Cover Design by Kandi Evans | by Tate Publishing Design House Industries | by Thibaut Ninove Cover Design by Kandi Evans | by Tate Publishing Design Cover Design by Jeff Fisher | by Tate Publishing Design Cover Design by Amber Gulilat | by Tate Publishing Design CF "B" Anatomy | by Corey Felter Make a Difference | by Predrag Milankovic Type Cover | by nonna.khismatullina Just be Creative | by Predrag Milankovic Glossário Tipográfico | by Gabriel Figueiredo Glossário Tipográfico | by Gabriel Figueiredo Eat at Joe's | by bryanscott dbg371.5 | by Montague Projects dbg371.4 | by Montague Projects dbg369.1 | by Montague Projects

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #41

Friday Fresh Free Fonts #41

I will be posting some fresh free fonts every Friday, yes I know it's awesome. I will look forward to bring a lot of great fonts that will sure help you improve your typography work. Check out what I selected for you on the FFFF#41 and make sure to comeback for more next week. Click here to view all Friday Fresh Free Fonts Alexandria by Casady & Greene Download Alexandria Snickles by Tup Wanders Download Snickles Super Mario Bros by Clay Cooper Download Super Mario Bros Prociono by The League of Moveable Type Download Prociono