Fonts

'Tis the season and with all the hustle and bustle of baking cookies and visiting family and friends, Christian has rounded up eight fonts that can be used for any and all designs. These fonts are 100% free for commercial and personal use. This thin, delicate typeface is perfect for the holidays with its assortment of ornaments, frames, and fun curled serifs. Download Aptly named, Christmas Card is a throwback to the days of blackletter. What I really like about this one is the swirly descender of the lowercase 'g.' Download With drip-like swashes, Znikomit No. 24 reminds me of…

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The Treefrog team decided to come up with our favorite and hated fonts. Watch the video and discover the fonts we love and the ones we can no longer stand. Be sure to take the surveys below so we can determine the absolute best and worst fonts from the Treefrog team. [total-poll id=3115] [total-poll id=3105]

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It's that time of year again when the weather starts to get a little bit cooler and everything seems to be doused in pumpkin spice. With all the Halloween decor coming out, I've noticed that some of the marketing collateral can often look cheesy. I think it's important to steer away from anything that resembles an established brand (i.e. Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Harry Potter, The Addams Family) and I also think it's wise to stay clear of difficult to read, grungy fonts like Chiller or Creepy. So here it is, I've scoured the internet to find some great fonts…

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All designers have opinions on the best and worst fonts; especially on which are worst. So much so, it seems everywhere you look these days someone has written them down and shared them in a blog post. Well, this post is no different. We simply felt it was time to share our judgement in this worldwide dialogue. Our list counts down from number ten to the number one World's Most Tragic Font. The origin of Arial is commonly misunderstood. While Microsoft introduced it into their suite of system fonts for Windows 3.1 it was actually created for IBM. It is…

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On May 4, 2013, our beloved Treefrog Cinegraphix managing partner, Christian Knightly, celebrated his 30th birthday in a truly fontastic way! He and his party guests donned costumes befitting the personalities of a font of their choice and enjoying the hostess stylings of former Treefrog family member Christine M. Dupont. Truly a fontastic sight, Knightly came dressed as Papyrus (his very least favorite font) in an Egyptian Pharaoh costume, and ended up sweeping the costume contest votes, while other fonts ranged anywhere from Arial Black to Tinker Toy. Overall, the party was thematically perfect for a big old design nerd.…

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