I came up with signatures for the gems because I thought it would be fun (with the exception of Steven’s, which I tried to base pretty closely on his actual signature), then I made them transparent so it looks like the gems have autographed your blog!
A bundle of 29 different fonts that can cost real money, now is completely yours for free. Instead of releasing anew giveawaywhen only 1 person can win, I have decide that I don’t have more money to buy books for giveaways every one can win.
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Notes: *You will get an email with the link to download the files. **If the download doesn’t star, you skip the awkward step of the hug. ***Every font may has different license terms.
If you want your designs to feature a clear, professional “voice,” you’ll need some high-quality elements. This super bundle from DesignDistrict certainly fits the bill. You’ll get yourself 250 vintage logos, labels and badges, all of which are fully customizable in Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop. You can even change up the color in a single click
One of the best font bundles so far! You’ll get 11 gorgeous, professional handmade fonts perfect for everything from wedding invitations to Apparel Brands to posters. Each font comes in 3 different formats: OpenType, TrueType and Webfonts. That’s a lot of handdrawn awesomeness for 1 low price.
Besides alternate characters, many of these fonts include a ton of OpenType features such as alternate characters, swashes, ornaments, stylistic alternates and more.
June is over, pick the best fonts for this past month was a tough task, but not imposible, HDV Fonts has released Goodlife and is a beautiful font, but specially full of possibilities to build nice graphics, Another new player is Indian Type Foundry with theirs serif fonts Deccan and Crimsons (I love Crimsons).
Better check by yourself every font on this list (click on the name of any font to see more details):