My Top 5 Favorite Typefaces

Over the years I studied and practiced graphic design I managed to fall in love with typography and letterforms. In this blog post I’m will share a few of my favorite typefaces and font designers.

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Here are my top five favorite typefaces in no particular order…

Garamond (Serif)

I use Garamond on my personal business cards, invoices, and letterheads.

Helvetica (Sans Serif)

Helvetica poster via Google Images.

FF DIN (Sans Serif)

I used a slightly altered version of FF DIN on the navigation bar of Terry Adams' Web site.

Mason (Decorative)

Example of Mason via Google Images.

Cézanee (Handwritten)

Example of Cézanee via Google Images.

Other Favorite Typeface Designers

Misprinted Type (Distressed)

I used various Misprinted Type typefaces when designing the 2006 Savage South clothing catalog.

House Industries (Decorative)

I used a House Industries typeface when designing the Ramp Age Ramp Park branding and logo.

Click here to download my favorite fonts for free. (*Mac only.)
(For demonstration purposes only. Please respect the copy write laws of these fonts.)

Check back next week to see a post about my top five favorite graphic design books…

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