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The Language Of Typography – #151

When you cannot convey in words what you want to say, these awesome fonts might help express it for you. Producing printed pages from written material won’t be hard anymore. Below we’ve lined up these great finds in typography which uses a plain colors to emphasize each character type, which we hope you will love and enjoy using in your works.

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Hexmen – visual identity Submitted by enigmy.

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Matt Gfeller Memorial Doughnut Run by Brady Tyler

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Long Live the Adventure

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Mad Max Fury Road by PowerScripts

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Lettering by Amadeus Malmén

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Live Submitted by Akmyrat Tuyliyev.

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Jake Weidmann

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Asuka Watanabe

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Mediocre Joker by Eric Friedensohn

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Love Me Back by Emily Mahon

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Armour by The Kinetic

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SH Monogram by Ian Barnard

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Art Directors Club by DMSQD

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Believe in Magic by Faust New York

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The Whiskey Trail by Martin Schmetzer

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Lola Jeans Basement Speak Mural by Ashley Willerton

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Gilded S by David A Smith

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House Industries

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Beck by Dan Cassaro

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Labrewtory by Srdjan Vidakovic