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!
I’m back with more fonts after a month long break! Did you miss this?
Today, I have the lovely Charlotte at Gypsy Reviews picking the fonts and talking about why she loves these particular ones! I trust Charlotte to pick incredibly gorgeous ones. She has not failed me yet. (Out of the ones below, Lullaby is my absolute favorite one! I am in lust with it. )
Designed by Unknown
I just love the elegance that CK Cursive brings. It’s not often that you find a calligraphic font that stretches and isn’t packed so it’s brilliant for typography graphics. Particularly when you put different fonts together and you need everything to look aligned perfectly but other calligraphy fonts are so squished together #designerproblems. It’s just very different from other handwriting-esque fonts and really grabs your attention.
Designed by Peax Webdesign
PW Perspective is such a whimsical font that stands out and ‘pops’ out at you. I was really drawn the hand-drawn aspect of it with the shadows and it looks like something I would doodle in a notebook. Plus I love how each letter is angled differently which just makes it all the more fun and different.
Designed by Gravaul
Often at times when making graphics I want to include a font that isn’t completely boring and not too flashy and Lullaby fits the bill most of the time. It’s just so versatile and works with nearly every single font and provides that perfect balance. You can definitely see why I love to use this in a lot of my typography graphics, haha. (Psst, this is my faveeeee. — Cee)
Designed by Joe Prince
I really like a certain type of serif fonts and Klinic Slab fits the bill. It is absolutely perfect for typography and it’s not too crisp and just the right softness. It also has so many options for the thickness which makes me a very happy designer because I like having options. My preferred ones are usually Book or Light.
Which font is your favorite? What do you think about when you look at one (or all) of these fonts? If you missed previous font post, voila!