Welcome to Type Tuesday, where we’ll be sharing our favorite font finds each month.
But why? The hunt for the perfect font is endless and exciting. And we want to take you along for the ride. Since it’s our first month, we wanted to feature a mix of our go-to typefaces, and some new finds we’ve recently fallen in love with. Enjoy!
Helvetica. We call this the love/hate typeface. However, it’s the world’s most timeless and widely-used font for a reason. A staple since 60s, this sanserif is clean, legible and has heavily influenced many other fonts. It’s also the only typeface to have a documentary made about it.
Garamond. This font is basically a serif equivalent of Helvetica. Another clean, fresh typeface easily legible for print and web use. It’s not fancy, but this elegant and thin typeface dates back to the early 1600s and is one of the world’s most used fonts. (And we love the idea that Garamond can save the world, too. Or, at least some money.)
Stump Font Family. If you’re looking for a grassroots typeface, the Stump Font Family may be what you’re looking for. We’re loving the rough vintage texture with some serious Southern Charm.
Download Stump Font
Brilant Typeface. This decorative and hand-drawn font is another choice ideal for a more vintage touch. Throwback your next project into the golden years with Brilant.
Download Brilliant Typeface
Found any fantastic fonts lately? Leave us a comment and maybe we’ll feature them on the next roundup!