@NickLutsko I will not rest until everyone I know listens to this 😂
We're just nuts about typography. Font maniacs, as we like to say. Ten years ago, when we began this business, you could count the number of web-safe fonts on two-hands. Today, thanks to the Google Fonts project and several other brilliant coding groups, your choices are endless. We celebrate by featuring our newest favorite font on the first Friday of every month! You can also learn about typography on the web and in print, plus view some of our favorite work!
Perfect for your Valentine's Day art! Rosabella is a script typeface with a plenty of decorative details -- flourishes, swashes, twists and other elements, which impart to the face a gorgeous festive look. An unusually large number of alternates and ligatures makes it possible to imitate a live calligraphic writing. Lower case letters are divided into several stylistic sets from relatively modest variants to the most decorative contextually dependent swashed shapes.
If you are into the vintage feel, you will love this one. This is as vintage as it probably gets. There are probably only a handful of places in the world where schools still use blackboards and chalk – they've given way to their white board and marker counterparts for decades now.
Alegreya is a typeface originally intended for literature. Among its crowning characteristics, it conveys a dynamic and varied rhythm which facilitates the reading of long texts. Also, it provides freshness to the page while referring to the calligraphic letter, not as a literal interpretation, but rather in a contemporary typographic language.
Martin Wait's WilliamLucas™ typeface is slightly retro, surprisingly versatile and totally charming. Wait developed WilliamLucas from a handlettering style he had created and then refined over many years. The final free-flowing script is expressive and very easy on the eye.