Let it not be said that I don’t like finding free fonts for you.
If you’re looking for a clean and sturdy grotesque sans-serif that’s still full of personality, you should definitely check this.
Free typefaces are always nice.
I’ve touched briefly before on some typefaces that I consider to be particularly good for on-screen reading. But now I wish to delve further into this realm of typography and consider: What makes a typeface good for screens and UI design in particular?
I have been eagerly awaiting the release of this typeface for quite some time now, ever since the studio behind it—MashCreative—posted a rebranding exercise they mocked up for Royal Mail.
Often, I just like seeing words in words. So, here’s another wallpaper idea I’ve had that I’ve been thinking about in my spare time. A revolution of love.
Came across this stunning Annual Report design via Khoi Vinh. It’s for the Global Footprint Network and was designed by Bob Dinetz.
I am seriously loving this Vignelli Forever Poster series by South African graphic designer Anthony Neil Dart, featuring famous quotes from world-renowned Italian graphic designer Massimo Vignelli.
I recently came across the work of Rejane Dal Bello courtesy of SwissLegacy. Ever since, I think I’ve fallen in love.
Here’s another beauty for fans of grotesque typefaces, such as Suisse BP Int’l.