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60 Brilliant Typefaces For Corporate Design

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Typography is more than being legible and looking good. Among other things, effective typography manages to achieve two important objectives: a) to create an appropriate atmosphere and enable users to develop trust toward the site and b) to make sure visitors get the main message of the site and (if possible) become interested in the services offered on the site. Since written text is the most efficient instrument to communicate with visitors precisely and directly, the power of typography shouldn’t be underestimated.

To communicate effectively, typography requires appropriate typefaces. Last year we’ve presented 80 Beautiful Typefaces For Professional Design1, a selection of excellent typefaces one should be aware of when developing web-sites. Now it’s time to update our selection with typefaces we’ve missed then and new typefaces which have been developed over the last year.

Below you’ll find over 60 first-class typefaces for corporate design. Please notice that they are not free; however, we’ve focused on typefaces which are definitely worth spending money on. So which typefaces are “bulletproof”? What fonts can be used effectively in almost every Corporate Design? And what are the options for unique, but still incredibly beautiful typefaces? Let’s find out.

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60 Excellent Typefaces For Corporate Design Link

Haptic4
The Haptic family is a sans serif typeface which was optimized for use in small sized text. It serves well in attention seeking headlines. Comes in Roman and Italic with seven weights each. Type & Graphics by Henning Skibbe.

Professional Typefaces - Type & Graphics by Henning Skibbe5

Professional Typefaces - Type & Graphics by Henning Skibbe6

FF Meta Serif7
A collaborative work by Erik Spiekermann, Christian Schwarty and Kris Sowersby. The designers created a typeface with metrics that are not identical to FF Meta, but optically the same. Now what you see is what you get, a harmonious serif/sans type system. FF Meta Serif is available in four weights: Book, Medium, Bold, and Black, each with Italics. All styles include Small Caps, lining and oldstyle figures in proportional and tabular widths, and a range of arrows and other symbols.

Professional Typefaces - FF Meta Serif8

Museo9
A contemporary semi-slab serif font. This OpenType font family comes in five weights and offers supports CE languages and even esperanto. Beside ligatures, contextual alternatives, stylistic alternates, fractions and proportional/tabular figures Museo also has a ‘case’ feature for case-sensitive forms. This typeface comes in 5 weights; three of them are free.

Professional Typefaces - MUSEO :: a Free Quality Font from exljbris10

Beorcana11
Beorcana is a calligraphic sans, or serifless roman. Beorcana is unusual for a sans serif type; it is designed for extended reading. Beorcana fills a niche in book typography and also serves a wide range of purposes from fine print, cartography, and information design to signage, editorial design and invitations. Designed by Carl Crossgrove. “Beorcana has what it takes to become a classic.”

Professional Typefaces - Beorcana by Carl Crossgrove12

Agile Typeface13
This typeface was born as Endexamen of the postgraduate study TypeMedia in The Hague. Not released yet, but worth to be kept in mind.

Professional Typefaces - edgarWalthert Beta 0.1b14

Marat15
Marat is an elegant typeface with a soft and friendly appearance. It comes in 5 different weights and includes Italics, Small Caps, various OpenType features and a wide range of language support. Each font includes oldstyle and lining figures, both proportional and tabular. Created by Ludwig Übele from Den Haag, The Netherlands.

Professional Typefaces - Marat16

Graphik17
“I ended up drawing inspiration from all parts of the 20th century. The heavy end of the family is based in part on Paul Renner’s Plak, a relatively obscure display typeface cut only in large sizes of woodtype, that is related to his heavier weights of Futura but has rounder, friendlier, fatter proportions“. By Christian Schwartz.

Professional Typefaces - Graphik by Christian Schwartz18

Rondana19
Rondana is a tribute to the purity of line and futuristic aesthetics of the 60s and 70s. Geometry in service of Typography, rather than opposite.

Professional Typefaces - Kimera Type Foundry20

Stag Sans21
“The normal/quirky balance is a bit different in the heavy weights, which are more likely to be used for enormous headlines. The final result is a perfect match for Stag, and also works as a muscular counterpoint to just about any elegant serif face.”

Professional Typefaces - Schwartzco Inc.22

Candy Script23
Inspired by Argentina and its culture, Alejandro Paul’s Candy Script captures the country’s spirit. It comes from the tradition of window sign painting, but its thick hand-brushed characters — with alternates for almost every upper and lowercase letter – have a personality all their own. Tons of OpenType alternates included, over 600 characters in all.

Professional Typefaces - Candy Script24

FF Utility25
Designed by Lukas Schneider. Comes in give weights — light, regular, medium, bold and black.

Professional Typefaces - FF Utility26

Publico27
The openness of the headline face made designing a matching text face very straightforward. Elegance gives way to sturdiness in the serifs, and the ball terminals are less pronounced, resulting in an even texture. Like Guardian Egyptian, Publico Text is drawn to work under the specific layout and printing conditions of newspapers but doesn’t take its design cues from traditional newspaper typefaces, resulting in a fresh and contemporary look.

Professional Typefaces - Schwartzco Inc.28

Affair29
Affair is an new calligraphic typeface by Alejandro Paul with a party full of swash characters, ligatures, and ornaments. By default, it’s simply an elegant yet readable display face. Dress it up with alternates, and it becomes irresistibly attractive, in styles from glamourous to over-the-top.

Professional Typefaces - Affair30

Prelo31
A large sans-serif family with 18 weights with ligatures, alternates, fractions, scientific inferiors, superscript, swashes, oldstyle figures, lining figures, tabular figures, numerators, denominators, ordinals and smallcaps.

Professional Typefaces - DSTYPE FOUNDRY32

DST Glosa33
A traditional, roman serif-family which comes in 8 weights (roman, roman italic, medium, medium italic, bold, bold italic, black, black italic) and has a number of additional features. OpenType.

Professional Typefaces - DSTYPE FOUNDRY34

Olicana35
Beautiful hand-drawing in action. Comes in two weights — rough and smooth. Designed by Nick Cooke.

Professional Typefaces - Olicana by Nick Cooke36

Malaga37
“At first glance Malaga has all the earmarks of a sturdy old style serif that would hold up well to any amount of reading. Healthy spacing, large x-height, short ascenders and descenders. It is the second glance that has you realizing that it is perfect as well for larger headlines and bolder statements.” A modern classic by Xavier Dupré.

Professional Typefaces - Malaga by Xavier Dupré38

FF Unit Rounded39
Designed by Erik Spiekermann.

Professional Typefaces - FontShop40

Arno Pro41
“A multi-weight, multi-style, multi-optical sized, multi-lingual family of fonts in the classic Venetian tradition. It comes bundled with Adobe Creative Suite 3, and it’s almost worth upgrading just to get Arno.” Designed by Robert Slimbach.

Professional Typefaces - Arno Pro by Robert Slimbach42

Kinescope43
Kinescope is a dashing 1940s-style brush script. It was inspired by hand-lettered titles in Fleischer Brothers’ Superman cartoon series. This font features OpenType to automatically choose the most aesthetically pleasing letter shapes as you type as well as extended language support. By Mark Simonson.

Professional Typefaces - Kinescope font from Mark Simonson Studios | i love typography, the typography blog44

Anziano45
A typeface for books. When creating a traditional typeface, Stefan Hattenbach was influenced by earlier designs. Anziano shows touches of Weiss (Emil Rudolf Weiss, 1926) – another classic book typeface. Stefan had appreciated the design of Weiss for a long time.

Professional Typefaces - Anziano46

Celeste Sans OT47
This OpenType serif family comes in 10 weights.

Professional Typefaces - Celeste Sans OT48

Sloop49
Hand-writing: sexy, elegant, feminine and inviting.

Professional Typefaces - Sloop50

Buffet Script51
Buffet Script is based on calligraphy by Alf Becker, arguably the greatest American sign lettering artist of all time. Buffet Script’s OpenType programming contains discretionary ligatures, stylistic and contextual alternates, all interacting with each other to allow the composition of just the typographic look and feel. This font is best used where lush elegance is a design requirement.

Professional Typefaces - Buffet Script52

Trinité53
Classic, created by Bram de Does in 1982.

Professional Typefaces - Die 100 Besten Schriften54

FP Dancer Pro Package55

Professional Typefaces - FP Dancer Pro Package56

Dancer57
By Morten Olsen.

Professional Typefaces - Dancer by Morten Olsen58

Quiosco

Professional Typefaces - Quiosco

FF Eureka Sans family59

Professional Typefaces - FF Eureka Sans family60

Archer61

Professional Typefaces - Archer | Hoefler & Frere-Jones62

Whitney63

Professional Typefaces - Whitney | Hoefler & Frere-Jones64

Mercury Text65

Professional Typefaces - Mercury Text | Hoefler & Frere-Jones66

Chronicle Deck & Display67

Professional Typefaces - Chronicle Deck & Display | Hoefler & Frere-Jones68

Chronicle Text69

Professional Typefaces - Chronicle Text | Hoefler & Frere-Jones70

Basic Commercial71

Professional Typefaces - Basic Commercial72

FF Bau73

Professional Typefaces - FF Bau74

Paralucent75

Professional Typefaces - Paralucent76

Syntax77

Professional Typefaces - Syntax78

Region79

Professional Typefaces - Region80

FF Absara Headline81

Professional Typefaces - FF Absara Headline82

National83

Professional Typefaces - National84

Voluta85

Professional Typefaces - voluta86

Maquette87

Professional Typefaces - Maquette88

Thesis89
An ultimate corporate typeface, designed by Lucas de Groot. Including 144 fonts, both serif and sans-serif fonts.

Professional Typefaces - Thesis90

Malaga Volume91

Professional Typefaces - Malaga Volume92

Nexus93
Designed by William McChesney. Comes in bold, bold oblique, oblique and regular. Price: $49 for all 4 weights.

Professional Typefaces - Nox94

Vesper
Currently in development.

Professional Typefaces - You Should Like Type Too .com

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  2. 2 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2007/11/08/40-excellent-freefonts-for-professional-design/
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  28. 28 http://www.christianschwartz.com/publico.shtml
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  32. 32 http://www.dstype.com/prelo.html
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  41. 41 http://typographica.org/001126.php
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  43. 43 http://ilovetypography.com/2007/10/13/if-fonts-were-chocolate/
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  45. 45 http://www.veer.com/products/typedetail.aspx?i=1380&image=FOT0000084#specimen
  46. 46 http://www.veer.com/products/typedetail.aspx?i=1380&image=FOT0000084#specimen
  47. 47 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=Celeste+Sans+OT&ga_source=Feb08bWeb&ga_medium=email&ga_content=CelesteSansOT&ga_term=em&ga_campaign=Feb08bWeb
  48. 48 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=Celeste+Sans+OT&ga_source=Feb08bWeb&ga_medium=email&ga_content=CelesteSansOT&ga_term=em&ga_campaign=Feb08bWeb
  49. 49 http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/font_bureau/sloop/?utm_source=Feb08aWeb&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Sloop&utm_term=em&utm_campaign=Feb08aWeb
  50. 50 http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/font_bureau/sloop/?utm_source=Feb08aWeb&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Sloop&utm_term=em&utm_campaign=Feb08aWeb
  51. 51 http://www.veer.com/products/typedetail.aspx?image=UMT0000213
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  53. 53 http://www.100besteschriften.de/19_Trinit%C3%A9.html#a19
  54. 54 http://www.100besteschriften.de/19_Trinit%C3%A9.html#a19
  55. 55 http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/fontpartners/fp_dancer_pro_package/
  56. 56 http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/fontpartners/fp_dancer_pro_package/
  57. 57 http://typographica.org/001154.php
  58. 58 http://typographica.org/001154.php
  59. 59 http://www.peterb.sk/fonts_pages/eureka_sans.html
  60. 60 http://www.peterb.sk/fonts_pages/eureka_sans.html
  61. 61 http://www.typography.com/fonts/font_overview.php?productLineID=100033
  62. 62 http://www.typography.com/fonts/font_overview.php?productLineID=100033
  63. 63 http://www.typography.com/fonts/font_overview.php?productLineID=100026
  64. 64 http://www.typography.com/fonts/font_overview.php?productLineID=100026
  65. 65 http://www.typography.com/fonts/font_overview.php?productLineID=100017
  66. 66 http://www.typography.com/fonts/font_overview.php?productLineID=100017
  67. 67 http://www.typography.com/fonts/font_overview.php?productLineID=100031
  68. 68 http://www.typography.com/fonts/font_overview.php?productLineID=100031
  69. 69 http://www.typography.com/fonts/font_overview.php?productLineID=100032
  70. 70 http://www.typography.com/fonts/font_overview.php?productLineID=100032
  71. 71 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=Basic%20Commercial
  72. 72 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=Basic%20Commercial
  73. 73 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=FF%20Bau
  74. 74 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=FF%20Bau
  75. 75 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=Paralucent
  76. 76 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=Paralucent
  77. 77 http://www.100besteschriften.de/
  78. 78 http://www.100besteschriften.de/
  79. 79 http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/arstype/region/
  80. 80 http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/arstype/region/
  81. 81 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=FF%20Absara%20Headline&utm_source=May2007NewsA&utm_medium=email&utm_content=FFAbsaraSans&utm_term=em&utm_campaign=May2007
  82. 82 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=FF%20Absara%20Headline&utm_source=May2007NewsA&utm_medium=email&utm_content=FFAbsaraSans&utm_term=em&utm_campaign=May2007
  83. 83 http://www.behance.net/Gallery/National/57735
  84. 84 http://www.behance.net/Gallery/National/57735
  85. 85 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=voluta
  86. 86 http://www.fontshop.com/search/?q=voluta
  87. 87 http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/arstype/maquette/?utm_source=Jan08aWeb&utm_medium=email&utm_content=ARSMaquette&utm_term=em&utm_campaign=Jan08aWeb
  88. 88 http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/arstype/maquette/?utm_source=Jan08aWeb&utm_medium=email&utm_content=ARSMaquette&utm_term=em&utm_campaign=Jan08aWeb
  89. 89 http://www.lucasfonts.com/
  90. 90 http://www.lucasfonts.com/
  91. 91 http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/emigre/malaga_volume/?utm_source=October2007NewsWeb&utm_medium=email&utm_content=MalagaVolume&utm_term=em&utm_campaign=Oct2007FirstWeb
  92. 92 http://www.fontshop.com/fonts/downloads/emigre/malaga_volume/?utm_source=October2007NewsWeb&utm_medium=email&utm_content=MalagaVolume&utm_term=em&utm_campaign=Oct2007FirstWeb
  93. 93 http://www.t26.com/fonts/Nox
  94. 94 http://www.t26.com/fonts/Nox
  95. 95 http://typographica.org/001124.php
  96. 96 http://ilovetypography.com/
  97. 97 http://www.typefacedesign.org/
  98. 98 http://www.100besteschriften.de
  99. 99 http://www.fontshop.de
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  103. 103 http://www.typography.com
  104. 104 http://www.linotype.com
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  1. 1

    Stephen Coles

    March 20, 2008 9:46 am

    Thank you for featuring Typographica’s picks in your list. A couple of corrections:

    – Your FF Celeste Sans and Sloop labels are mistakenly swapped.

    – I would like to FontShop.com for FontFonts, rather than FontShop.de as it is more accessible to a global audience. Here are links to FF Unit Rounded (you missed the “Rounded” in your label) and FF Utility.

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  2. 2

    I guess I’m cheap… I prefer your free font lists. But as a designer myself I can understand that designers want to get paid. The irony of it!

    -4
  3. 3

    There are loads of free fonts here. I’m too cheap to pay for fonts.

    -15
  4. 4

    Too bad you dont list which are free. A lot of those are really great.

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  5. 5

    brilliant collection, thx

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  6. 6

    Cory von Wallenstein

    March 20, 2008 9:28 am

    My favorite by far is Olicana! Absolutely awesome quill script!

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  7. 7

    Once again, thank you! This site continues to amaze me.

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  8. 8

    Incredible collection!

    (FF Unit was mentioned twice though, is this intentional?)

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  9. 9

    Quantity. Why not list 5 or 10, with some information to go with?

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  10. 10

    Vitaly Friedman & Sven Lennartz

    March 20, 2008 10:27 am

    @Clemens: thank you for pointing it out. The article was updated.

    @Stephen Coles: thank you. Updated.

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  11. 11

    heavenly types. too bad they aren’t free :(

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  12. 13

    These are glorious days for typography: the quality and quantity of fonts being developed is impressive. I’ve followed closely the emergence of new digital foundries since the first years of the www, and the changes in the last five years or so in the websites are amazing.

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  13. 14

    Great effort as always, though I have to give Thor a point here. It’s a really impressive list of beautiful characters, but I would have liked to learn why you picked these typefaces, why they are especially suitable for Corporate Design, in this case.

    By the way: Still the FF Unit is shown as and linked to the FF Unit Rounded.

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    Braintrove.com

    March 20, 2008 12:13 pm

    Great collection! Thanks a million!

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  15. 16

    I appreciate you guys compiling this list, but I lost interest as soon as the first font I investigated, Graphik, was found to not even be available for licensing yet. The faces may be brilliant, but please make sure that they’re out there for us to use.

    Also, it helps if you can link these typefaces to pages where we can buy them so we don’t have to click through another blog.

    Keep up the good work! Just giving you a heads up.

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  16. 17

    Thanks for this huge list, really like Olicana.

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    Stephen Coles

    March 20, 2008 1:37 pm

    Hmm, your FF Utility and FF Unit Rounded links are still going to fontshop.de.

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  18. 19

    Stephen Coles

    March 20, 2008 1:41 pm

    Thomas Allen:

    Also, it helps if you can link these typefaces to pages where we can buy them so we don’t have to click through another blog.

    Sometimes people want to educate themselves, not simply buy. Also, many of the images that Smashing uses come from other blogs so it’s polite to link to the source.

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  19. 20

    Man, they are pretty, I could almost eat some of them :) thanks for the list

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  20. 21

    Amazing collection. smashingmagazine is for me the best magazine on the web, I’m addicted of your posts.
    It’s in my top five best websites on the net.
    Thank you for the hard work you’re doing and for your brillant collections.
    FROM a Tunisian designer.

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    Kari Pätilä

    March 20, 2008 3:45 pm

    About the Marat type sample, do you know how the Finnish town of Pieksämäki got in that one?

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  22. 23

    I love the Ealing and Nexus. Awesome article, like always. I’d love an article on what plugins you use. Also, how you styled your comment form and how you made the Comments/Pingbacks tab thing. I love this site!

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  23. 24

    bó tay, … i really like this site

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  24. 25

    too bad they are not free

    -1
  25. 26

    Sander (segd.nl)

    March 21, 2008 1:23 am

    Thanks for the font roundup. Some nice fonts, although the article is not very structured. Maby put them in categories serif, sans serif and so on. Anyway also take a closer look at Calibri font by dutch type designer Lucas de Groot.

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  26. 27

    Damn! we owe you guys again;) Thanks for an really excellent list.

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    David Andersson

    March 21, 2008 2:37 am

    I often visit Smashing Mag and wonder why you do not come up with some kind of bundle with articles like these? I’ve fallen in love with most of the typefaces in this article and would love to buy them. Perhaps you could arrange some sort of deals with some discount?

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  28. 29

    Vitaly Friedman & Sven Lennartz

    March 21, 2008 2:59 am

    @Stephen Coles (#17): the links are updated. Thank you.

    @Thomas Allen: Stephen Coles (#18) has the point. We highly appreciate the work of other people (particularly blogs we are linking to) which is why we link back to the article where they are presented or featured instead of linking to a shop. Besides, it would be unreasonable to link to some particular shops and not link to other retail stores. We try to remain objective and we’re not participating in any affiliate programs. Please take a look at out publishing policy for further details.

    @Sander (segd.nl): maybe we’ll do it in one of our future posts.

    @David Andersson: we’ll see what we can do ;-)

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  29. 30

    What? No FF Dax and FF Dax Wide?

    The FF Dax Family has been featured by such corporations as UPS and Lenovo, among others.

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  30. 31

    The first Martin again

    March 21, 2008 5:40 am

    Instead of a link to a shop, I would much more appreciate links to the foundry and/or the designer of the typeface.
    Never had a problem with links to other blogs though. Hey, what’s more exciting than discovering new blogs while hunting for type on the web?

    Doesn’t mean anything could catch up with Smashing …

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    Vitaly Friedman & Sven Lennartz

    March 21, 2008 5:44 am

    @Berkana: please take a look at our previous post 80 Beautiful Fonts For Professional Design, we’ve featured Dax there.

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    nicolaas van den broek

    March 23, 2008 4:14 am

    darn, I spend much time reading your good posts and investigating all the types. Keep it up smashing!

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  33. 34

    Thanks for this font list !

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  34. 35

    I’d like to see a download link for the entire pack alltogether.

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  35. 36

    Really Great List of Fonts.

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  36. 37

    Really , Smashing stuff .

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    Jonathan Concepcion

    March 24, 2008 11:35 am

    This article helps me with my current project. Thanks for your wonderful weblog post!

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  38. 39

    Great fonts.

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  39. 40

    Droolworthy. I just want to go out and design type only logotypes!

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  40. 41

    Once again, some great content on fonts. Some of these fonts will look excellent on some poster I’ve got in mind.

    Many Thanks

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