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 have another batch of wonderful fonts! They all make me want to go to places (like a bar or a lighthouse). Very weird, but hey, I don’t question it.
Writing commentary for these are always a pain, but it needs to be done. I hope you appreciate it.
Designed by Riley Cran
“All be back,” said the Governor. (I always think of former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.)
This is a great bold font. It was inspired by “the apartment signage of Miami Beach,” so if you’re around there, try to spot the signs that look similar to this font. (Font Spotting. It’s a new game I just made up. ;D It needs a new name though.) You can use this on signs when you lose a dog, or just about anything to get your point across.
Designed by Mathias Nösel
I bet you can’t look at Kabel without imagining the blue or red glow of the lights in front of a bar. I know I can’t.
This is my favorite font out of the this batch. I love the shape the letters make. There’s something semi-futuristic about it. It’s absolutely perfect if you’re aiming to create something bar or club-like. And if you want to create a poster about the future, well then, Kabel may be it for you.
Designed by The Planet
Let’s Samba! Like actually. Let’s go dancing!
Apparently, this font was inspired by the Brazil World Cup! (Go figure! It totally wasn’t on purpose.) This will go perfectly if you’re making World Cup or Olympics stuff, especially if both events take place in Latin America. The letters remind me of when I cut letters from construction paper. It has that weird curvy, yet angular shape. Ha.
Designed by Glut Fonts
*insert fog horn sound*
Foglihten just reminds me of fog. How could it not from that name? There is something 1920-ish about this font to me. I think it’s the thinness and serif-ness of it. I’m half expecting it to suddenly come alive and fast talk to me like in those old movies.