Cardprinting.us introduces the following infographic which serves as guide to professional typography usage. It features sections on the basic typefaces, and how to enrich typography.
Here’s a neat infographic from UrbanFonts.com that explains the differences between serif and sans serif fonts. You’ll learn when to use one over the other as well as examples and web usages.
You might not know it, but you’ve seen the Cooper Black font in use everywhere – in store-fronts, in magazines, on album covers and candy wrappers. This depression era novelty font gets around. And why wouldn’t it? It’s curvaceous and friendly, as the type designer who created this font said, “It’s a typeface for farsighted printers with nearsighted customers.”