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!
This week, I have the sweet Chiara at Books for A Delicate Eternity picking the fonts. She picked this week’s fonts and talked about why she loves them. Font loveeeee. <3
(Also, today, weirdly, coincides with Chiara’s blogoversary! So I wish her the biggest happy blogoversary!)
Designed by Emily Conners of Emily Lime Designs
Wow. W O W. I cannot even begin to describe how much I love Bombshell Pro. Even though I’ll probably never own it because it’s quite expensive, I absolutely adore everything about this font. I must admit the main thing I love about Bombshell Pro is the ‘t’. I have searched for a ‘t’ like this one, and it simply does not exist. Bombshell Pro has the perfect ‘t’. — Chiara
(Note: this is a paid font.)
Designed by Jellyka Nerevan
Okay, so I have to admit that I discovered Jellyka Delicious Cake whilst gathering the URLs for the other fonts in this post, but HOLY DOOLY. WHAT EVEN. I cannot explain my happiness at finding this beautiful font type. Hand-drawn looking fonts are some of my absolute favourites, and Jellyka Delicious Cake has that look, and more. I love the flicks off the letters, and how they are so long and almost eerie. Love, love, love this font. — Chiara
Designed by Sky Haven Fonts
Eep. Okay, the guy that designed Sombody to Love is pretty much my favourite font designer. I am a fan of practically every font he has ever created (I’m looking at you, Clarks Summit). Again, this has that hand-drawn feel, but it looks as if it’s been drawn with a thick permanent marker, and that really endears me to this font. The thickness of the letters, and the boldness, as well, are just gorgeous. — Chiara
Designed by Jenna Sue Designs
If I could somehow have Nella Sue as my own handwriting, I’d be one happy girl. Unfortunately, that is not possible (at least at the time I am writing this), and I have to settle on ogling it on the computer screen. I don’t have much to say on this font, except that I think it’s very precious. I love how not every single letter is connected, but when they are, it’s in a really subtle and beautiful way (I mean look at every time the ‘d’ is used *sighs happily*). I haven’t found the perfect use for this font yet, but it WILL happen, because this font needs to be shown off. — Chiara
So, there you go! Those are Chiara’s picks! What is your favorite from her picks?