Volume 7 - 6.09.2020
Some beautiful sans serif fonts that work great for trendy projects!
For this volume of the Font Archives, I wanted to revisit some sans serif fonts that aren't just one weight and have some classic interest to them. These fonts are all great for more contemporary projects that need an edge of sophistication. If that sounds right for your work, read on!
No. 1 Sophia
Sophia is such a unique font, particularly the angled strokes. I love the capitals especially, but even the lowercase letters look good. This font has some edge that is balanced out really well.
No. 2 Ivy Mode Thin
Ivy Mode is a beautiful font family (and has given me the idea to feature font families as my next theme!), but Thin is especially lovely. I like how wide the characters are, and that it is well proportioned to look good in almost any combination. This font is great for any and all projects that need traditional class with a modern twist.
No. 3 Anamortee Sans
This font is actually part of a duo that I got free on Creative Market one week, and I still love the sans font more than the script. It is just chunky enough to make an impact, but remains interesting--I particularly like the short crosses in the capital Q and R. Great for projects that need something easy to read but still visually interesting!
No. 4 Celine Peach
Lastly, we have Celine Peach (also one half of a font duo, I'm on a roll today), the "trendiest" of all the fonts featured. I love the high contrast look in fonts, as I feel it adds refinement and distinguishes your brand, logo, or project from someone else's. They add such character but signal reliability and timelessness. Celine Peach is such a good example of a high quality font with contrast. It is great for anything from wedding invitations to law firm logos!
Which font is your favorite? Comment below or find me on Instagram @mungglehugstudio to let me know.
Thanks for reading!