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Though some of these would be inappropriate to share, some of these fonts would be interesting to show my yearbook class. Creative thinking--love it
from TheMetaPicture.com

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Though some of these would be inappropriate to share, some of these fonts would be interesting to show my yearbook class. Creative thinking--love it

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from Marketing Land

Fonts & Conversion Optimization: Everything You Need To Know

I find it so interesting that typography can say so much about a brand. Instead of stating that a brand is, for example, progressive, they can just use a font that communicates that message.

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from Student Art Guide

How to Make a Mind Map: Creative Examples for High School Art Students

lou reed ‘set the twilight reeling’ poster by stefan sagmeister, 1996 Here Sagmeister has put words on the person which show a negative image on how people take on labelling

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from Designbeep

Your Daily Design Inspiration #11

What I like about this type is that it's based off Helvetica, but it gives a completely new meaning and identity. Helvetica is a very universal typeface that could be used in almost all situations. However, this innovation of Helvetica almost restricts it to be using for a child related item, whether it be a book, logo for a childrens program etc.

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from Abduzeedo

Typography Mania #218

Love the design and the brilliance in how it's arranged. @K D Eustaquio Bourda Ever since last class's lesson, I've been noticing the details and overall brilliance in the designs.

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from Etsy

A Smile Is The Prettiest Thing You Can Wear - Typography Poster - Black and White Art - Scandi Art - Art & Collectibles - Digital Prints

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Choosing the right fonts is one of the most important decisions when it comes to anything relating to design, whether it be a printed graphic or a website. Knowing the psychology behind choosing the correct font will give you the upper hand when it comes to designing.

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