It is clear that there are no certain rules for a groovy font. Moreover, it is not about following some rules or traditional approaches, groovy style is all about alternative traits and experimenting with strokes and glyphs. If you are looking for cool fonts out thereyou are at the right place. These 20 groovy fonts below are a must-have. The fact is all of them are free! Download and enjoy!
Lego is over 50 years old, and is still one of the most-selling “toys” on the market. Although typically categorized as a toy, it can be used for loads of things; artwork, sculpturing, typography and even for building furniture! This post is a short but very inspirational showcase of some of my favorite Lego artwork, collected from Behance and Flickr.
Legorama Everywhere – Font
Lego Pet Toys
Lego Brick Poster
Google Lego 50th Anniversary
Lego CD Cover
LEGO – “Imagination Is Everything”
Lego Boardroom Table
My personal favorites in this showcase are the last two projects; the “Imagination Is Everything” project and the “Lego Boardroom Table”. What are you favorites? Let us know below!
After receiving a Wacom Bamboo tablet from my gorgeous Fiancée as a Christmas gift, I decided to give it its first real use to produce a vector pack. At first, I just wanted to do something simple but useful at the same time; that’s where a vector typeface came to mind! Read on and download the font!
The vector pack is called ‘Hand of Callum’ which I find quite suitable as it is my (capital) hand-writing. It consists of letters from A-Z and numbers from 0-9. Each letter/number is an individual letter/number (in the same .AI file) and can be reduced or increased in size, made 3D and manipulated in anyway that takes your fancy. If you want the lettering to be bolder, simply increase the stroke of each letter. The typeface is most suitable for headings, illustrations and small areas of type.
I’d love to hear your feedback on this vector pack, so get in touch using the comments section below. You can download the pack completely free of charge below. The pack can be used in your personal and commercial work.
Following the recent success of the Hilarious Design Related Videos from YouTube post last week, I have decided to produce another post that involves video. Motion and Kinetic Typography is becoming ever more popular – more and more blockbuster movies are heading in the right direction in the opening scenes of movies, and TV commercials are getting in on the act, too.
In this post I’m presenting you with a selection of gorgeous motion and kinetic typography based videos, all of which can be found at YouTube.
I Love NY – Type in Motion
Citizen Cope – Let The Drummer Kick (AFX)
Jack Johnson – Gone: Type Animation
Kinetic Typography – Live Out Loud
Eleanor Rigby Typography Motion
Wedding Crashers: The Perfect Girl
Pirates of the Caribbean: What do Keys do?
Sin City: Typographic Animation
Sweeney Todd – Kinetic Typography
Superbad – Type Animation
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Due to the success of the recent article ‘The A-Z List of Free Sans Serif Fonts for Commercial Design‘, I have decided to write some more A-Z lists. This time, I’ve decided to do something a little different and base it on dingbat fonts. Please note that some of these fonts are only available for personal use, so be sure to read each individuals fonts T&C’s as they are all different!
A is for Alphabots
B is for BD Flossy
C is for Charming Symbols
D is for Donkey Kong World
E is for Eutemia Ornaments
F is for Fiolex Mephisto Dingbats
G is for GE Zodiac
H is for Hamburg Symbols
I is for Invaders From Space
J is Open For Suggestions
K is Open For Suggestions
L is for Lisa’s Dragons
M is for Monsterocity
N is for Natural Signs
O is for Our Little Darlings
P is for Pharaoh Glyph
Q is Open For Suggestions
R is for R.P.G.Katakana
S is for Sun & Moon
T is for Temphis
U is Open For Suggestions
V is for Vintage Video Games
W is for WinPets2
X is Open For Suggestions
Y is for Yiroglyphics
Z is Open For Suggestions
If you like this and the Sans Serif Fonts post, keep an eye open for my other A-Z Lists that are coming soon over at DesignM.ag!