Fonts can make and break your design. Until the last decade, graphic designs were mostly about the content and the way it is presented. The field of typography is in a boom in such a manner that designers across the globe are constantly coming up with personalized and self-designed typefaces for everyone to use. Now you don’t have to stick to the default Times New Roman each time you are working on your project. So, take a look here for our series of these cool fonts 2016 that you should check out this week.
Monday (Feb 29th) Font: Picket Fence
We believe that a week should always start on a light note. And same can be applied to the work you do starting this week using the tall, lightweight and airy feel of the font Picket Fence. This hand drawn font comes in one weight and includes both upper and lower case characters, along with a number of special and accented characters.
Tuesday (March 1st) Font – Atocha
Designed by Joluvian, the font Atocha is inspired by the city of Madrid, Spain. The characters are designed in such a way thatevery finished product spawns the need to create its next level offspring. This versatile and user friendly typeface includes a wide scope of alternatives in its glyphs, and looks darn well on any design.
Wednesday Font (2nd March) – Brim Combined
If you want to give that fine vintage look to your design, then make sure you have checked the typeface Brim Combined. Inspired by the antique wood type from the 1800s, Brim is warm and tactile. Available in three different font styles, Brim is perfect for you to achieve punchy headlines, or sleek business cards. And guess what, it is even compatible with Microsoft Word.
Thursday Font (March 3rd) – Cover Sans
If you are looking for that one strong and stable font which works out best for all your designs, ranging from magazines to annual reports to business logos, then do check out Cover Sans by Jorge Cisterna. This typeface is a humanist geometric typeface with an orthogonal structure, making it a modern and elegant style.
Friday Font (March 4th) – Tavolga
This Friday, make use of the friendly and gentle brushed feeling of Tavolga. Designed by Ivan Petrov, the harmony of organic and smooth shapes makes Tavolga uniquely appealing for display and titling where special expression is required. It has 6 weights, ranging from Thin to Black is ideally suited for advertising and packaging, festive occasions, editorial and publishing, logo, branding and creative industries, poster and billboards as well as web and screen design.
Saturday (5th March) Font – Sungent
A classy design is never done without an equally classy typeface. Inspired by the mountains of Atlay, Sungent is the epitome of class. Soft lines and a little symmetry add a natural touch, providing the authenticity and personality to your digital work. Designed by Alexey Makarov, this font contains full set of Latin alphabet, including diacritical marks for European languages and Cyrillic alphabets.
Sunday (6th March) Font – Wowangle
The Sunday vintage design needs some hand-drawn elements? No problem. The wowangle brush script is the perfect choice for you to add to the design element of your event marketing, logos, badges, stickers, t-shirt designs, or any awesome work for that matter. It contains standard combination of alternate ligatures to make things easier for you.