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!
We are back with our regular font post! We have different sorts — from Abraham Lincoln to wolves. I wonder which one you will fall in love with.
Designed by Poemhaiku
Grab that magnifying glass! Why? Yore doesn’t look all that impressive from far away, but if you zoom into the letters, you can see little hearts! YES. You heard right! Little hearts shape these letters. Little, adorable hearts! It’s soooo beautiful. I’m actually having a hard time looking away.
Designed by Frances Macleod
Inspired by the proportions of the 16th President of the USA, and advertisements/playbills of the 1800s, Abraham Lincoln is a humanistic display face with moderate contrast and sturdy serifs.
Four scores and seven years ago, I found Abraham Lincoln. Correction: Like a year and a half ago, I found this font. And of course, I had to use this popular quote because it announces to the world that it is Abraham Lincoln. Isn’t it a perfect interpretation of him? I personally think it is.
I love that the tagline for this font is “Tall. Skinny. Honest.” :D
Designed by Maelle Keita
Wolf in the City makes me think of wolves prowling in dark alleyways with their eyes glowing menacingly, growling at strangers to keep on walking. It also reminds me of Voluptate, but a more thicker and curvier version of it.
Designed by Magique Fonts
Capture It reminds me of the guys from the city who came by the apartment complex I lived in when I was a child and spray painted the house number on the sidewalk. I was absolutely mad that my parents refused to buy me spray paint and stencils. With this font, I love that the letter isn’t a solid color. It has specks in it that makes it realistic.
Which font is your favorite? I absolutely adore Yore. If you missed previous font post, voila!