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‘Fonts In Use’ Identifies Typefaces Of Real-World Items For Your Inspiration

By Mikelle Leow, 27 Feb 2018


Composite image by DesignTAXI. Left image via LunaseeStudios / Shutterstock.com, right screenshot via Fonts In Use

If you’re in search of fonts for very specific project types, this online library might be of inspiration to you.

Fonts In Use’ is a public archive that aims to enhance people’s literacy and appreciation for typography.

While the collection has been around since 2010, a recent viral tweet featuring one of the site’s curations has placed it back on creatives’ mental maps.

Shared by Irish designer James Cullen, the image shows a bottle of Sriracha sauce that is accompanied with the typefaces used in its design. The post has fetched over 15,000 retweets and 56,000 ‘likes’ on Twitter.

Check out some cool examples and view more over at ‘Fonts In Use’.

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Screenshot via Fonts In Use


Screenshot via Fonts In Use


Screenshot via Fonts In Use


[via James Cullen, cover image (composite) via LunaseeStudios / Shutterstock.com and Fonts In Use]
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