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17 Font Resources for the DIY Photo Booth Graphic Designer.

photo booth fontsI received such great feedback and suggestions from my last post, Resource Guide for the DIY Photo Booth Graphic Designer, which was mostly dedicated to free stock images found on the web.

I decided to follow-up with a resource list dedicated to website where you can find fonts.  We’ve all been there, the bride sends us her invitation and wants us to create a photo strip graphic/logo/monogram, that matches the font on the invitation exactly.  And of course she doesn’t know what font was used.

Here is a list of font resources on the web that will help you in your designs.  Some are free and some are paid.

Enjoy!

Google Fonts.  100s of free, open-source fonts optimized for the web.

DaFont.

Adobe Type.

FontShop.

Font Squirrel.  100% free for commercial use.

FontSpring.  Worry-free, perpetual font licensing for everyone.

Fonts In Use.  An independent archive of typography.

Font Space.  Collection of 28,615 fonts from around the world.

The Designer’s Foundry.

Typecast.

1001 Free Fonts.

Fonts.com

Lost Type.

1001 Fonts.

Linotype.

Adobe Edge Web Fonts.

Font Haus.

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  • Kathy February 10, 2016, 12:41 pm

    Thanks for your help!

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