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  • Top Ten St. Patrick's Day Fonts

    Remember that list of St. Patrick's Day party planning? Well, for events of that size, you're going to invariably use some form of advertising, whether it be a banner with us, a poster, or a flyer. We also love free stuff, yes? Well, today, I've got a list of awesome fonts that are free, kind of cheesy, but adorable and would fit right in with the St. Patrick's Day theme. They easily convey that Irish attitude that you want in a font design!

    Want to know where to find them? Unfortunately, I can't post the download links here, but it's as simple as Googling the font names. The words written in the font are also the name of the font. I'm even thinking of using some of these for my baked potato party...





  • Five Fresh Fonts to use in Banner Design

    ChunkFive by The League of Moveable Type


    Chunk is an ultra-bold slab serif typeface that is reminiscent of old American Western woodcuts, broadsides, and newspaper headlines. Used mainly for display, the fat block lettering is unreserved yet refined for contemporary use. Download it here:

    Lobster by Pablo Impallari


    A script font that mimics a hand drawn lettering style. Download it here:

    Knewave by The League of Moveable Type


    Knewave is bold, painted face, good for big bright messages. Download it here:

    Hellforge by Matt Chase


    A working class slab Inspired by the infernos of the coal mill, Hellforge is a molten-hot headline slab cast with factory-grade craftsmanship by Matt Chase. Download it here:

    Pompadour Numerals by Andy Mangold


    This numeral set is inspired by the 50's hairdo. It's all numbers and symbols, no letters, so use it in to support another bold serif font.Download it here:

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