A Chicago Bulls, Jordan era, based athletic font with two numeral options. The uppercase is a more classic serif style where lowercase is a bit more of a unique modern sports font. Go crazy and mix them up as you like. To create the Bulls number check the extra glyphs and use a stroke around it in your design.
The Bonus Font is that one that you just need to have in your font rotation. A clear and bold font thats great for titles and big pieces of text. Try it for yourself above. And download your copy to use in your next design project.
A unique rounded, hand drawn playful, almost childish, font. Pro Tip : Mixing up lower and uppercase gives you the change to create unique looking words and sentences. If you have two of the same characters in one word, just use lowercase for the first and uppercase for the second character. This way of playing with this font in your design gives you a new way of looking at words and the order of characters.
This font got its name for a reason. Yes, it is really available for just one dollar. Why? Because we want to make our font accessible for all designers in the world. Its a really easy to use font for all sorts of design applications.
Whether its is used for magazine titles, video thumbnails or film posters we love this condensed bold font. The applications of this font are Endless…
Rounded font can look a bit childish sometimes. But what is childish? Because it is a condensed font it has a grown up feel to it. But its rounded edges makes it a very friendly font at the same time. Its friendly to use and gives a friendly look and feel to your design.
This lovely wide font has something playful to it and at the same time its very useful for more serious solutions. An video thumbnail is a good example or what about a gaming app that you are developing
A awesome contemporary blackletter font that gives your design a unique vibe whatever you create. Be aware that this font is only for the designers that dare to create outstanding designs.
After claiming the word “Bold” with The Bold Font. Its now time to try and claim “Italic”. As you’ve probably noticed, the names of the fonts here are based on the order of the alphabet. So we started with the A for The Athletic font. And now we are at font number nine so that… Continue reading Type In Progress 002
For this new project I am working on I am designing a logo and after that I will work on the whole branding of the project. To me a logo is not just picking a cool font, type the name of the brand and call it a logo. To me it is all about feeling.… Continue reading Type In Progress 001
Personally I think this is a fun code font with personality. Thats the reason I use it for body type combined with the clean sans-serif Bebas Neue on my minimalistic portfolio website. Inconsolata was Raph Levien’s first serious original font release. It is a monospace font, designed for printed code listings and the like. There… Continue reading Today’s Inspiring Font : Inconsolata