Hello, guys! Do you think there are enough old fonts in your web design library? What do you say? There are never too many of them? This is the right answer of a real artist. Web design trends are changeable, however, some of them tend to come back every now and again, like old style fonts, for instance.
This is similar to inspecting your beloved granny's chest in search of some clothing item (accessory) or jewel that should sweep your <u+0441>lique off their feet. You are looking through the vintage stuff imagining how the faces of all those fops will get longer when they examine your retro garments.</u+0441>
But let's return to our old fashioned fonts. Would you like to surprise/impress your audience? Consider using old school fonts as a good way of accomplishing that. Of course, the antique fonts are not universal. You can't use them for a modern IT company website, for example. However, if you need to show that the company is reliable and time-tested, a font may be an appropriate choice. Retro fonts are also great for designing a sign, which, in web design, would be a page title (company name).
View more templates using old school fonts here.
I guess it's about time to browse the sign fonts at last. Choose your sign painter font and let it tell the story of your next project the way it has never been told before.
Did you like my collection of vintage sign fonts? Are you going to use any of them in your designs? Which ones seemed worthy of your attention? Please let me know about that in the comments section.
Maybe some of your colleagues are looking for fonts for signs... I am sure they - and I - will be grateful to you for sharing this blog post on social networks as well.
Thanks for taking time to browse my vintage lettering collection, I'm sure your old vintage signs will look absolutely outstanding.
You may also want to take a look at the following typeface collections:
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