For laymen, the terms “typography” and “font” are pretty much same. In fact, these two terms are often used by the people interchangeably. However, from a graphic designer point of view there is a difference between fonts and typography. It plays a vital role in graphic design. From last few years, graphic designers have started to identify the importance of typography and the latest trends have acknowledged its important role in modern design.
There are various paid and free fonts are available for designers to choose from nowadays. But every graphic designer wants a typeface that stands out – maybe for your creative resume or a new logo design? We have compiled a list of professional fonts which will certainly give your designs a touch of sophistication.
Raleway is a stylish Google font earlier designed in one weight, but later got expanded to nine weight families. It goes well with sans-serif as well. It can be downloaded from fonts.google.com.
Art is a way of expressing beauty sentiments, and feelings. It can help us make sense of the world we live in. The ancient Greeks thought that the arts were only useful in stirring our emotions and overindulgence might lead to a certain imbalance.
Historically, artists become famous either for their unique style or the character they exude to the world of art. Art was transformed, it elevated the value of art and produced a respect it from a society that was not there in the past. Artists became known everywhere, their work were studied during and beyond their lifetime.