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I set myself the task of building a small font library on a budget. Hereâ€™s what I picked, but before that, a few points on how I got started:
The new Johnson & Johnson logo is more than a typographic blunder. Itâ€™s also a massive branding gamble with a high risk strategy.
If I were to design a new magazine that needed to be both traditional with the hint of edge attitude, I would consider the Amberwood font family. It is a sans serif with a touch of quirk. Its key feature is the brush letter curves that at once gives it a carnival poster sensibility that feels as though it was designed to suggest carefully contoured ribbon.
Web fontsÂ are more than just a way to make your text look nice. Theyâ€™re a powerful tool to communicate your brandâ€™s personality, message, and values to your audience. Web fonts also affect the readability, usability, and accessibility of your website â€”Â factors which have a direct impact on your conversions and revenue.
Perhaps the ideal way to appreciate Francis Chouquetâ€™s 2023 typeface Scusi is to imagine the classic film posters painted and designed in the 60s and 70s by Italian film poser designer Sandro Symeoni, whose custom letter forms and typefaces adorned a bevy of imported Hollywood films destined to be translated or dubbed for Italian audiences as well as those originals made Cinecitta, the legendary film studio in Rome. Although there is a tangential relationship, Chouquet did a good job of building on them and inventing his own signature