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Thread: Fonts?

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    um... have you ever try BT?

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    The phone company, the musician? the font foundry?
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    Fontleech: The best free fonts on the web. << Font Leech, great blog with some great truly usable fonts

    Gray Graphics << Gray Graphics fonts, some of my favorite free Japanese tech fonts

    Maniackers Design Font | ƒfƒUƒCƒ“ƒtƒHƒ“ƒg << Maniakers, great Japanese foundry for techy free fonts

    EUTYPOCE << look for the Sukplena font

    misprinted type 3.0_ art, design and type (1998-2005) Eduardo Recife << Misprinted Type, good distressed, grungy fonts

    04 << some bitmapped and techno fonts

    BOBO << Dinc Type, tons of free display faces

    typedifferent.com << Buro Destruct, more oddball display faces

    PETITBOYS << PetitBoys, Japanese tech fonts

    Lovedesign co. &#227;ƒ&#169;&#227;ƒ–&#227;ƒ‡&#227;‚&#182;&#227;‚& #164;&#227;ƒ&#179; << more Japanese font goodness

    I can keep this up all day and have barely scratched the surface.

    However, if you are looking to invest in a set of fonts to progress your design career, there's really only one solid choice and that is to purchase a copy of the Adobe Type Library. This will give you the full range of classic standards that are the core of good usable type. Yes it is expensive, but with 2300 fonts at $2599 for a 5 cpu license, that's only a little more than $1 a font which makes it an incredible deal considering a lot of the fonts included cost hundreds of dollars each if bought individually.
    Last edited by Fatbat; 28-06-2008 at 03:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatbat View Post
    However, if you are looking to invest in a set of fonts to progress your design career, there's really only one solid choice and that is to purchase a copy of the Adobe Type Library. This will give you the full range of classic standards that are the core of good usable type. Yes it is expensive, but with 2300 fonts at $2599 for a 5 cpu license, that's only a little more than $1 a font which makes it an incredible deal considering a lot of the fonts included cost hundreds of dollars each if bought individually.
    That's a great piece of advice, I can't understand how designers want to get a head in the business without putting a budget aside for decent font sets
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    Thanks guy.
    Nice list of resources.



    btw: sorry for late reply.
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    Try: Download fonts from classic to cool - Linotype.com
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