I love Myfonts. It’s a great place to find next fonts. My favorites are still Helvetica and Times New Roman, but I like to experiment with some of the more elaborate. I just type something in the sample text, adjust and then right click to save. I usually put some color in the background, because if you don’t then the background usually comes out transparent. That’s fine if you are posting onto a white background. If it’s any other color then there is a slight black ghost image around the text.
That’s the Novak Spring font. I found it listed in the hippie category. The retro fonts are the best. Especially the 1950s.
That’s the Murray Hill font. I see it on vintage and retro blogs all of the time. It’s very 50s department store looking.
That’s the Luxus Brut. It looks like it belongs on a perfume bottle.
This one is cool. It’s called Eglaser.
The Detective Maurice fonts are cool.
Another one of my absolute favorites is Terylene Top.
and all of the Fontdinerdotcom fonts. Especially Fontdiner Sparkly.
There is also a Fontdiner Luvable that had hearts instead of stars.
Anyway, that site has just about every font imaginable. Thousands and thousands. Every category you can think of.
grunge, murder, detective, typewriter, pretty, fabulous, beautiful, retro, vintage, newspaper. Everything.
They are great for making headers for websites.
Anyway, that’s it. I couldn’t think of anything else to blog about, so I said, “Hmmmm, I’ll just talk about fonts”.
So I did.