Today I show you part two of my (current) 24 favourite fonts that I picked from my font "stock" of 1300 fonts altogether. I ordered the fonts alphabetically, not by my personal taste.
DANIEL (Great handwriting, good readability and supports fast reading.):
ENRIQUETA (Very good readability, a bit edgy but still timeless.):
GEARED SLAB (A high grey level but great for headers, short text, quotes etc.):
HEADLINER NO. 45 (Rough, strong, loud, a real eye-catcher, also suitable for Vintage projects.):
MAGESTA SCRIPT MIX (Mysterious, suitable for Vintage projects.):
MARLON BOOK DB (Very good readability due to high minuscules.):
METROPOLIS 1920 (A font that I have seen quite often lately. Used with care, it looks elegant especially with 2-coloured projects.):
MISSION SCRIPT (Clear, strong, great handwriting.):
Example: I used Mission Script as an eye-catching design element in an online advertising campaign for a newsletter as well as a landing page.
MOSAIC LEAF (Goes well with nature themes on big billboards.):
PEA CARRIE SCRIPT (Very good for food packagings – natural, healthy products. The minuscule height in relation to the majuscule height is interesting here.):
PUPCAT (Minuscules and majuscules have almost the same height what creates an interesting effect.):
Example: I used Pupcat for an exclusive olive oil packaging to support the nature theme.
SAHARA (The shadow creates a 3D effect, great for headers, a good choice for Vintage projects.):