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Everything looks official with tiny leaves around it. False, it only works if you use a good serif font. And 26 other funny graphic design

Lydia is a calligraphic sans-serif typeface, re-drawn and -developed by Benjamin Critton Art Dept. over the course of several years beginning in the Spring of 2010. It is a bold, condensed iteration of Warren Chappell's Lydian, drawn on behalf of New York’s American Type Founders (ATF) in 1938 and successively updated and expanded in 1940 & 1946.

The LIVING Idol Lydia is a calligraphic sans-serif typeface, re-drawn and -developed by Benjamin Critton Art Dept. over the course of several years beginning in the Spring of

How pretty! The font on this perfume bottle seems to have a fun-friendly-playful feel to it, it's not too bold, but contrasts enough against the purple to stand out and draw the eye. The font has chunky and bendy serifs, giving it motion. The font seems to be a comic sans inspired novelty font. The font also has had a gradient applied to it, making it look mysterious and sexy. The kerning is average I'd say, the size would be about 18-20.

Katy Perry's Purr Perfume - I wonder what it smells like Purple cat bottle

The history of the 20th-century Grotesk is a story of gradually diminishing stroke contrast. Sans serifs with visible contrast (also known as modulated, thick-thin, or stressed) were quite popular in the 1920s–50s when they were commonly used in advertising, architectural lettering, and logotypes. This typographic style fell out of fashion when late Modernism took over, and it effectively went into hiding for the next fifty years, reappearing only in the service of novelty or nostalgia…

The history of the 20th-century Grotesk is a story of gradually diminishing stroke contrast. Sans serifs with visible contrast (also known as modulated, thick-thin, or stressed) were quite popular in the 1920s–50s when they were commonly used in advertising, architectural lettering, and logotypes. This typographic style fell out of fashion when late Modernism took over, and it effectively went into hiding for the next fifty years, reappearing only in the service of novelty or nostalgia…

Beausite Grand Beausite is a sans serif typeface that applies contrast on a swiss grotesque skeleton. The design takes inspiration from classic sans serifs such as Univers and Helvetica, but also from high contrast sans serifs in fashion in the early 20th century, such as Peignot, designed by A.M. Cassandre for Deberny & Peignot. Beausite brings novelty in the modernist swiss grotesk with different levels of contrast.

Beausite Grand Beausite is a sans serif typeface that applies contrast on a swiss grotesque skeleton. The design takes inspiration from classic sans serifs such as Univers and Helvetica, but also from high contrast sans serifs in fashion in the early 20th century, such as Peignot, designed by A.M. Cassandre for Deberny & Peignot. Beausite brings novelty in the modernist swiss grotesk with different levels of contrast.

Beausite is a sans serif typeface that applies contrast on a swiss grotesque skeleton. The design takes inspiration from classic sans serifs such as Univers and Helvetica, but also from high contrast sans serifs in fashion in the early 20th century, such as Peignot, designed by A.M. Cassandre for Deberny & Peignot. Beausite brings novelty in the modernist swiss grotesk with different levels of contrast.

Beausite is a sans serif typeface that applies contrast on a swiss grotesque skeleton. The design takes inspiration from classic sans serifs such as Univers and Helvetica, but also from high contrast sans serifs in fashion in the early 20th century, such as Peignot, designed by A.M. Cassandre for Deberny & Peignot. Beausite brings novelty in the modernist swiss grotesk with different levels of contrast.

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