Typography is a key element of design and communicating a message, the good selection of typography can convert your normal design into very attractive piece of pure art. When you are designing a website, brochure or even an advertisement it is very hard to find a big, clear, beautiful and effective fonts to use in your headlines. This articles provides a large collection of Fonts for Big, Bold and Beautiful Headlines that will be really useful for most designers. These fonts can make a very beautiful touch on any design if used properly.
a new rounded, slightly condensed typeface. it’s nice and familiar without being too sweet, and very readable even at small sizes, thanks to its sober shapes and its simple construction.
Signika is a sans-serif with a gentle character, developed for wayfinding, signage, and other media where clarity of information is required. It has a low contrast and tall x-height to improve readability of texts in small sizes as well as in large distances from the reader.
The new type family by Burian and Scaglione, Tablet Gothic was originally engineered as a titling type family. It is meant to help designers working on publications that require output as hard copies and a variety of digital platforms at the same time. As such, it is a grotesque sans serif that looks to the future of publishing with a clear understanding of its history.
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This font was inspired by ancient events that will never be forgotten, andthese events were marked by bioweapons.
Epoca-Classic, designed in 2012, is the contrasted sister of Epoca, also suited for text and display. As is the case with Epoca, Epoca-classic has economical proportions, a neutral appearance and a discreet elegance. It is fresh, crisp and distinguished. Its well-balanced proportions result in an even text flow which allows for pleasant reading even with large amounts of text.
Foro was designed in 2012 to be a slab serif with an appealing flow, warm, and less harsh than many slab serifs. It evinces an attachment to humanistic shapes, models and proportions. Foro’s demonstrated strength renders it excellent for texts, and its clear and distinct details are an advantage in display sizes.
The revival of the 1913 typeface "Glass Antiqua" by "Genzsch & Heyse" originally designed by Franz Paul Glass, Munich, 1912. Found in the Taschen book "Type: A Visual History of Typefaces and Graphic Styles, 1901-1938." A magnificent, eclectic and unique design with a Jugenstile fleur, It is suitable for any purpose, giving a text a retro feel and soft informal look. The character set is extended but the originals are carefully restored.
Antiqua with classic "Roman" proportions. In combination his direct and rounded lines seen principles of classical architecture - vertical climbing pilasters, semi-circular arch, a horizontal cornices.
It is intended for titles and headlines but can be used to set body texts too.
1. Dock 11
3. Avant Garde
4. Ostrich Sans
11. Sansus Webissimo
12. FF Sero Medium
13. League Gothic
16. Cammello Demo
17. Basica Oxcer
19. Suede Font
20. Sheep Sans
22. Lowery Regular