FONTS I'M CRUSHING ON . . .

Updated: Aug 9, 2021







Choosing a font that suits your brand can be a stressful task, so I've compiled a list of the fonts I currently can't get enough of, as well as some examples of how to use them. Love the fonts? Click the images or designer names for links to where you can download them.



01.

BY NEW TROPICAL DESIGN


This typeface is one of my absolute favourites at the moment. Its edgy, modern and elegant, making it the perfect font for the basis of logos within the beauty, fashion and photography industries, just to name a few. Pair with an italic serif font for catchy headings or with a simple sans serif font and let it do all the talking.




02.

BY DHARMA TYPE


My go-to font for all long bodies of type, website copy or as sub headings. It's sleek, legible and looks incredible in capitals and lowercase. And what's the best part about it? It's totally free to use within Adobe programs thanks to Adobe fonts. Simply activate it on the website and let Adobe CC do the rest.




03.

BY SAM PARRETT


Two for the price of one? Yes please! This duo is very hard to beat in terms of value for money. The beautifully designed script font is great for using as call out text or adding a hand crafted touch to your designs. While the serif font is super stylish and strong, making it a great heading font. Pair them together and you've got the basis of a really striking brand, without too much effort. What's even better is it comes with 24 extras glyphs (like the 'LU' above) making creating intriguing designs even easier.



04.

BY STUDIO AURORA


This is my current go-to for headings (you may notice it featured on my website) and any kind of call out text. It's the perfect blend of serif and sans serif, making it modern and bold, yet unique and stylish. Pair with an italic font for headings or a serif body font.



 

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