We Love to Share: Our Favorite Fonts

We Love to Share: Our Favorite Fonts

Our Favorite Fonts

Graphic designers know that fonts are the most important tool in their toolbox. Good typography always adds to creative work. We like to have a wide variety to pick from depending on the need. But certain fonts stand out. Look below to see our current favorites –

Darren’s choice – “It’s MuseoSans (created for Fast Company). I don’t really have an all-time favorite as my tastes change often.”

Museo sans font

Lucas – “One of my favorites right now is Mission Gothic. It’s really clear and versatile for web projects. The varied weights really make it useful as a main font for branding.” See it soon on the new Anne Arundel Arts Council website, currently under development.

Mission Gothic Font

Anna has two favorites to share – Constantia

constantia font

and Engravers MT

Engravers Font

Danielle shared her font of choice is usually Calibri.

Calibri Font

My faves are Thirsty Script Rough, a fun retro-looking font

Thirsty font

and Myriad is an ever-useful sans-serif font.

myriad font

ITC Charter is an excellent serif font by Mathew Carter.

itc charter font

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