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Dream Orphans from Fonts.com

It’s Free Font Friday over at Fonts.com, and this week’s is a sophisticated, slightly art deco, font with a really cool name: Dream Orphans. Although probably not great for use as body copy, it includes 4 styles — regular, italic, bold, and bold italic — making it an excellent choice for headlines or pull-quotes where you may need to include emphasis or book titles. Continue reading

Are You My Typeface? is Typography for Toddlers

Are You My Type Face Jesse Austin-Breneman

Toddlers are at an age where they want to classify everything, and teaching them to classify typefaces has the built in advantage of teaching them to read at the same time: the word literally means what it looks like. Continue reading

Random Geek Roundup #7 – Typography Edition

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Welcome to the seventh irregular installment of Random Geek Roundup! This is where I collect a variety of links and sites and products that have come across my virtual desk in recent days. This time I bring you a special typography edition, especially for you typography geeks. And remember, just because you’ve discovered a specific interesting tidbit doesn’t mean that everyone has. So in the spirit of sharing awesome, here is a special collection of typography links. Continue reading