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 has been a sad few weeks, hasn’t it? And it’s because of the lack of font posts, right? (I say yes. ;D)
Designed by James T. Edmondson
“Based on the signage for the Cup and Saucer Luncheonette in New York.”
Duke makes me think of these two things: 1. the university and 2. the title because of its name. Though, the font look doesn’t remind me of either.
The black in the letters makes it look as if it has a shadow, which thus, makes it pop. The font works best if you have a dark background. It looks like the letters have been carved into the page. Great for engraving!
Designed by Lexi Griffith
Inspired by the circuitry of lightbulb filament and wiring intricately crossing paths.
Tesla looks very futuristic. I feel like I should be wearing those Google glasses or I should be seeing holograms and whatnots. It also reminds me of glass. (It needs a “handle with care” sign.)
This font is perfect for titles if you’re doing a futuristic banner or poster.
Designed by Mario Arturo
Halo Handletter just gets that Beyonce song stuck in my head. (I didn’t ask for it!)
This is another fabulous cute handwriting font that I wish was my own handwriting. It works well if you’re writing a note or a birthday card. Just about any idea you have will work with this font.
Designed by Sentinel Type
Bright lights, big city, and Broadway. That’s what I think of when I see Adam Gorry. (Really odd name for a font, yes?)
If you’re thinking of going big with Adam Gorry, do it! It works perfect in a huge font size. How else will people know that the white circles are supposed to be the lights? I can see it on signs about glitzy events or Broadway shows.