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For Designers: 10 Eye-Catching Fonts That Make Your Creative Project Stand Out
By Yap Yen, 11 Nov 2015
Looking for great new fonts that will make your creative project stand out from the crowd? We guarantee that you will find something in our latest collection of awesome fonts.
Like many of our previous compilations,we have handpicked a series of unique, versatile and attention-grabbing typefaces that are must-haves for all creatives.
1. Proudly, Aura Blue and Other Elegant Fonts in a Wonderful Bundle
This amazing bundle from Creative Market offers a wide range of useful design tools. From visually pleasing fonts to useful textures and mock-ups, this bundle promises to be a great tool that will help you produce outstanding creative work.
Ideal for creating elegant and luxury looks, the Zefani font family is designed by Andrew Herndon. It is a lovely san-serif font that will look great and be effective when used on logos and banners.
Designed by Andrew Herndon,
Aquatico is a geometric, rounded typeface inspired by exotic sea creatures. The unique, all uppercase typeface is suitable for logos and headings as well as for supporting text.
Drawn by hand, the Equipe font family is named after a classical antiqua. The elegant font style looks particularly lovely when used for headlines and short text passages.
5. Majesti Banner
With high contrast letterforms and ball terminals, Majesti Banner is perfect for large point settings and would look particularly striking on banners and posters.
A condensed sans-serif, Tommaso is an opulent font with beautiful line width variation. Designed by Eli Horn, Tommaso will look right at home when used to craft an elegant, modernist headline.
Drawing inspiration from the classic proportions and letterforms of old romans, Synopsis adds a modern twist with a dimensional double stroke or virtual inline. Designed by Bruno Sellés, it looks best in large sizes, infusing new ideas with an old school charm.
8. Issue Sans
The unique look of Issue Sans was based on an “error” in outlining, almost like a bad path taken. The font is perfect for one-of-a-kind logos or graphic design projects that will definitely catch the attention of viewers.
Initially designed for the 10-year anniversary book of the LungA Arts Festival in Iceland, L10 is a peculiar sans-serif with a playful side. Use this versatile typeface for editorial projects, in posters and other creative projects across different media.
10. Julia’s Dream Script
Also included in the Creative Market bundle, Julia’s Dream Script is a modern calligraphy typeface that adds a graceful touch to any creative project. It looks particularly apt and beautiful when used in logos, on invitations greeting cards and other decorative projects.
Julia's Dream Script
Julia's Dream Script
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