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Free Fonts Originating from the Wild West

Free Fonts Originating from the Wild West

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«One of the most vivid phe­nom­ena in the his­tory of the USA is the Wild West with its spe­cif­ic and dis­tinct style, eas­ily traced in many sym­bols of that time – from unique cow­boy cloth­ing to saloon interi­ors and to… ori­gin­al fonts on the Wanted posters. Today the fonts of the Wild West or West­ern fonts are still in com­mon use in design industry for their ori­gin­al­ity and recog­niz­ab­il­ity.»

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15 Modern Bold Slab-Serif Fonts for Graphic Designers

15 Modern Bold Slab-Serif Fonts for Graphic Designers

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Slab-Serif fonts are awe­some addi­tion in font fam­il­ies as some design­ers needed some­thing fresh and new. Mostly these kind of fonts have thick and block-like serifs hav­ing angu­lar or roun­ded serif ter­min­als. Ori­gin­ated from serif fonts, slab-serif fonts some­time pro­duces aston­ish­ing out­put super­sed­ing designs by serif and sans-serif fonts.»

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Font Collection: 10 Free Slab Serif Fonts

Font Collection: 10 Free Slab Serif Fonts

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«A slab serif is a sub-type of serif fonts that has block-shaped serifs. A pop­u­lar example of a slab serif font is the Rock­well font fam­ily. Slab serifs may also be referred to as mech­an­ist­ic, square serif or Egyp­tian. Their strong and sturdy appear­ance makes them great can­did­ates as head­line and dis­play fonts. This col­lec­tion of fonts presents some excel­lent and free slab serif fonts.»

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Smashing Slab Serif Typography

Smashing Slab Serif Typography

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Typo­graphy has been around for Cen­tur­ies if not Mil­len­nia. It has played a major role in com­mu­nic­a­tion and a world without type can be extremely hard to com­pre­hend. Ever since the first let­ter was punched, typo­graphy has advanced sig­ni­fic­antly.»

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