My Top Ten Free Fonts with the best Ampersands #typography #freefonts #ampersand

Top Ten Free Ampersand Fonts - via Rachel Bonnes Design


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In The Loop Font by Patrick Seymour, via Behance

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London by Antonio Rodrigues Jr, via Behance I like this typography because it looks classy and vintage. It reminds me of a type you would see on an old time black and white movie. It gives more depth to the letters by having the extra lines in the them. Its simple but bold at the same time.

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London (Uppercase) Typeface by Antonio Rodriquez Jr.

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My favorite font list I created small list of my favorite free font list. I'm in love with these great fonts (and will use for my wedding invitation design!

Typography Print by The Motivated Type

Typography Print by The Motivated Type. Using lines with the curves could break things up.

PIER // FREE TYPEFACE on Behance  Pier by senior art director Mathieu Desjardins. "Pier is a modern and structured typface," he comments. "The idea was to create a slightly off geometric font that would look good big or very small. It was made to fit your everyday designs and text needs."

Pier typeface by senior art director Mathieu Desjardins

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A series of beautiful letterpressed stationery from Etsy shop Letterpress Delicacies.

Japanese Exhibition Poster: Tokyo Art Directors Club. Atsuki Kikuchi. 2015 in Poster

2015 in Poster

Quickpen - Webfont & Desktop font « MyFonts

I am in with this font . Quickpen Font by Laura Condouris


Paris is always a good idea. Love the pink typography!

Designer: Thomas C. Bradley #script #logo #logotype

The Official Manufacturing Company // Designer: Thomas C.

A smart approach to using negative space by paying attention to lines and how creating in-between shapes can trick the eye into seeing a letter that isn't really there.

There is consistent proximity throughout the logotype. The negative space forming the "N" makes sense with the name because looking at the logotype engages the audience when locating the "N". I also think the logotype font works well bold.

hi logo. I love the mash of two letters.

Best of 2011: Typography

Alexander Jeon: I like this design because of the font. Like using one letter but having it form a word I could use this design for the first word i put in my logo.

typography | boom boom pow

(A boom boom bâ) Can you hear my heart beat in this world? (A boom boom bâ) Do you know that behind all these words (A boom boom bâ) Lies a deep desire Kamélé hé! (A boom boom bâ) Mé kouman mé fora y bamê