September 14, 2015 • Cee • Typography

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I love fonts. You can say I’m obsessed with collecting them all. It’s no secret to those who know me. You’re Just My Type is a new feature where I showcase the fonts I absolutely adore and use. And hopefully, you will love the fonts I pick. Add all of them to your font collection! Let it grow!

It’s Monday, but don’t hate it because it’s also font day at The Novel Hermit!

In this batch of fonts, you’ll see different fonts that are narrow, stencils, telling you to dream big, and so much more.

Go forth and add these fonts to your font book!

(Remember, when you download the fonts, look at the license to see what you can and cannot do with it. Majority of it will be for personal use only, meaning you can’t use it on stuff you’re selling. The ones with an asterisk* are free for personal and commercial use. )

MAJESTIC BANNER

Majesti Banner is designed by Joe Prince.

BARBARO

Barbaro is designed by Iván Núñez.

MARSH STENCIL

Marsh Stencil is designed by Guilherme Schneider.

This font is a revival of an old stencil typeface produced by the American company MARSH Stencil Machines during WWII.
DREAM BIG

Dream Big is designed by Maghrib Lab.

BELLICO

Bellico is designed by Seventh Imperium.

FOXHOLE

Foxhole* is designed by Ian Barnard.

SODA FOUNTAIN


Soda Fountainis designed by Tanner Puzio. 

* Inspired by typography found in 50s soda parlors
NEW MEXICO

New Mexico is designed by Alberto Terribile.

*Note: Only caps. No lowercase.

Which font is your favorite? If you missed previous font post, voila!


 

5 Responses to “YOU’RE JUST MY TYPE | {33}”

  1. I love Foxhole. It reminds me of a handwriting from someone I used to know. I always liked reading her writing.

  2. Alexa S. says:

    Bellico and Soda Fountain are my two favorites from this post! I really like how they look, and I can’t wait to download them onto my computer. LOVE this feature, as always!

  3. Iván says:

    Barbaro was designed by Iván Núñez, me, fix that, thx :)


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