Search according to classic typographic criteria such as sans serif, serif, symbol and language.
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Sans Serif (2339)
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Typefaces without serifs are called "sans serif fonts", and are the most popular text fonts. Classic sans serif fonts like Helvetica and Univers have been experiencing a renaissance in recent years and are currently all the rage, especially in advertising.
Script (2888)
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Script fonts are typefaces with a personal touch, like calligraphy and handwriting fonts. They are perfect for invitations, greeting cards, headlines or very short, expressive texts. They range from classic, flowing scripts for elegant designs to light-hearted types with rounded forms for a fresh, peppy look.
Serif (1966)
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Serif fonts have a small stroke projecting from the main strokes of their characters. Classic serif fonts are today most often found in the body text of newspapers. They are also a permanent fixture in books and magazines which require exceptionally legible texts.
Symbol (1007)
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Symbol fonts have become a must for illustrating a variety of graphic designs. Symbols communicate quickly, simply and often universally. Designers will also find it easy to use vectorized symbols for complex graphics even in large print sizes without compromising the quality...and still be able to pack them into small digital files.
Text (396)
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Perfect for longer texts which must retain a high degree of legibility, such as those in books, newpapers and magazines.
Arabic (66)
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All of Linotype and Monotype Arabic fonts are in the OpenType font format and can be used on both Mac and PC platforms. Windows supports Arabic language as of Windows 2000, and Mac from OS10. In both cases, support for Arabic needs to be turned on in the International Languages sections. Microsoft Office applications on Windows support Arabic, but the Mac versions do not. Adobe Creative Suite has special Middle East (ME) versions that support Arabic as well.
Handwriting (676)
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Handwriting fonts have been steadily gaining in popularity. They look as though handwritten, but more like printing or very informal script than traditional calligraphy. Their original, unconventional characters are perfect for occasions like Valentine's Day, birthday, greeting cards or eye-catching headlines. In advertising or on posters, these fonts are just the thing for funky modern products.
Calligraphy (327)
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The graceful flowing forms are what lend calligraphic script fonts their elegance and energy. They are ideal for traditional-looking or refined applications like formal invitations and tasteful letterhead.
Blackletter (180)
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Based on Gothic type and late mediaeval calligraphy, these styles range from those marking the beginning of Gothic printing to the ornate Gothic types of 19th century Germany. This category also includes faces with a Gothic look but created by modern type designers. Blackletter types include the german ß character and ligatures (ch, sch, tz, etc.) and therefore have a narrower character width than roman style types. Our selection includes types in the Old English as well as blackletter styles.
Usage
Celebration (84)
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Fonts for special occasions like weddings, birthdays, funerals or baptisms as well as for events and holidays like Halloween, Valentine's Day, Easter or Christmas.
Book (301)
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Fonts used for body text in books and magazines must have a high degree of legibility, even from a distance and in smaller point sizes.
Corporate (247)
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Corporate fonts are customized fonts to suit the needs and image of any type of business. Professional corporate design which unmistakably represents a company is in today's world a necessity and corporate typefaces and logos are a deciding factor in its success.
Magazine (656)
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Fonts for use in magazines must be highly legible for headlines and body text.
Newspaper (226)
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The body text in newspapers is often set in small point sizes and in narrow columns, meaning that legibility determines the choice of fonts. Headlines need fonts which are suitable for larger point sizes and grab the attention of the reader.
Poster (774)
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Poster design can use a wide variety of fonts, depending on the themes presented, but they must in any case be eye-catching, expressive and legible from a distance.
Screen (121)
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Screen fonts have enjoyed a tremendous increase in popularity in the last decade. Legibility on screen, even in small point sizes, is of the essence.
Comic (279)
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These fonts are excellent for use in comics, but can be used in any application related to children, toys, fun, etc.
Themes
Business (481)
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Business fonts look serious, objective and cool. They are suitable for business correspondence of all kinds.
Casual (609)
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Casual fonts have an informal, unconventional look and are often used for private correspondence.
Cool (271)
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Cool fonts are those which reflect the spirit of the modern age. The areas of application are almost unlimited and include anything which should have a cool, objective look.
Fun (211)
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Fun fonts often present specific themes in humorous, entertaining characters.
Techno (162)
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Techno fonts are an excellent choice for anything which should look technical, modern and cool.
Old West (19)
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Perfect for printed materials which should suggest the Wild West, for example, menus, party invitations, posters, etc.
Easter (126)
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Symbol fonts as well as festive or humorous text fonts are excellent choices for Easter cards, invitations, etc.
Halloween (38)
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Frightening fonts that will send shivers up and down your spine - perfect for Halloween or theme parties.
Christmas (35)
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Festive text and symbol fonts for the Christmas holiday season.
Condolences (130)
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These fonts are suitable for sacred events such as funerals or other serious or solemn occasions. Many include religious symbols or characters.
Certificates (591)
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Fonts for certificates have an official, traditional character.
Birthday (333)
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Printed materials for birthday party invitations, parties, and thank you cards are enhanced with creative fonts.
Wedding (268)
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Fonts for wedding announcements, invitations and other printed materials can be festive and fun or elegant and gracious.
Celtic (18)
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Celtic fonts suggest Gaelic and Celtic culture and are an excellent choice for headlines and short texts in literature about travel, art and history or on the covers of games and videos. Use them wherever a mystical, Celtic touch is needed. Take a look at your local Irish pub for examples!
Mediaeval (19)
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Mediaeval fonts can look traditional and historical or mysterious and mystical and have a wide range of applications.
Valentine (30)
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The right fonts for Valentine's Greetings have a personal and often also a romantic look.