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Links 1 through 10 of 32 by Chris Turner tagged font

Yet another gorgeous typeface that makes me wish I had a reason to buy more fonts and use them.

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My friend Dave created a fun typeface on his iPad.

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Andy Chung's typeface Neighbourhood is "an ultra simple sans serif text(ish) face with a large set of alternates which when combined with the regular characters create a new graphic display look."

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"We're done with the tired old fontstacks of yesteryear. Enough with the limitations of the web, we won't have it. It's time to raise our standards. Here, you'll find only the most well-made, free & open-source, @font-face ready fonts."

I really like Chunk and Junction.

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"This is a typeface-driven design based on the 'Here's to the crazy ones' ad campaign from Apple in the 90s, using Motter Tektura, Apple Garamond, Myriad, Univers, Gill Sans, and Volkswagen AG Rounded, fonts present in Apple branding and products."

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"[A] TrueType version of Anonymous 9, a freeware Macintosh bitmap font developed in the mid-90s by Susan Lesch and David Lamkins. It was designed as a more legible alternative to Monaco, the mono-spaced Macintosh system font."

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The Deja Vu fonts are based on the open source Bitstream Vera Sans family.

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Duncan's promotion of Bitstream Vera Sans Mono over Monaco as his preferred monospaced font in Terminal generates a lively discussion of monospaced fonts in the comments.

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