Creative fonts are a growing and lucrative market.
As of 2018, there were more than 40 million fonts available on the web, with over 70% of that market being produced by the creative industries.
With these fonts, designers can create something fresh and unique.
This is the reason why, on a daily basis, I like to take a look at some of the most creative fonts out there.
Here’s a look into the top 10 fonts you should know about right now.1.
Arial is the font of choice for many of us, especially when we are writing a newsletter.
The typeface has proven to be an incredibly versatile font for business, social media, and advertising.
As an added bonus, you can add a touch of fun and whimsy to your writing with a bold, bold Arial.
And of course, you’ll love the ability to use it for logos, branding, and other types of content.1a.
Fira is a simple yet stylish font.
With its light, neutral, and clean colors, Fira’s fonts can be used as a template for all kinds of creative work.
This simple, yet classy font is used to create logos and images for websites, advertisements, and magazines.1b.
Arugula is a font that has been around for a while, but its popularity is still growing.
Designed by Fontspring, this font is an easy-to-read font that can be adapted for a wide range of purposes.
It is an excellent choice for any kind of branding, promotional materials, or web content.2.
Avera is the name given to the beautiful typeface that is commonly used for business and corporate branding.
This typeface is used in all types of businesses, including advertising, logos, newsletters, web sites, and so much more.
A veritable font factory, it can be modified for a variety of creative uses, from advertising to logos.1c.
Helvetica is a typeface widely used in the arts and design.
Designed in the 1950s, Helveticana is widely used today for typefaces.
The versatile font has been used by artists, designers, and journalists to create artworks for publications such as The New York Times, New York Magazine, and Vanity Fair.1d.
Sans is a bold and modern font with a rich and distinct design.
Sans, as its name suggests, is a serif typeface, with rounded corners and a strong serif look.
Its use is widespread among designers and photographers, and its versatility makes it an excellent font for graphic design, advertising, and even corporate branding and signage.2a.
Verdana is a vibrant, contemporary, bold, and bold-looking typeface.
The sans serif font is the typeface of choice in the creative industry, with the ability of being used in logos, logos and branding for publications.2b.
Times New Roman is a beautiful font that is used as the main font for corporate, print, and web branding, but it also has the ability for being used for more creative work as well.
It can be easily customized to create a variety, including typography, design elements, fonts, colors, and more.2c.
Verdur was designed by renowned typographer and graphic designer, Michael A. Cieffarelli.
Verdura has the same bold, neutral look as Times New Romans, but has been adapted for use in marketing and advertising by some creative types.
The font is available for free online and can be tweaked to create more variety, such as an alternate sans or sans serf look.2d.
Open Sans is one of the more popular font families, used for print and web marketing and branding.
It has the unique ability of making the letterforms and shapes look organic and fluid.
This font is perfect for logos and other forms of visual content that are not necessarily related to the advertising industry.2e.
Verdant is a very versatile typeface with a vibrant and bold design that can easily be used in branding, advertising and more creative forms of media.
It also has a strong and expressive italic typeface in the design, which can be customized for use as a logo.2f.
Verdot is a well-known typeface used by designers and journalists in graphic design and advertising as well as for many creative types of print and other media.
The open-faced font is versatile, which makes it a great choice for all types and uses.
It works well as a serf typeface for logos or other forms and as a bold typeface and for other types.
It’s great for all typefaces, especially for logos.2g.
Verdokite is a lightweight typeface designed by Italian typographer, Roberto Bini.
It offers a lot of flexibility for type designers and for their clients, allowing them to create typographic, graphic, and digital products that are always in