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The Language Of Typography – #145

Engaging readers with your content is very important, but it can only be done with readable content. This is where typography comes to play, as the only language between your content and your readers. It can either engage your readers to the end, or lead them to discard your content because of how less visually soothing it is. These are some examples of unique fonts that may encourage you to incorporate a new style in your blog.

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R by ORKS

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Hard Nox Kills by Jeff Trish

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Kickstarter by battery_full

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Show Up Every Day by Joseph Alessio

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Wishes Come True by Evgeniy Tomashevsky

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Envelope lettering

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Pokras Lampas

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Party Life by Lucas Young

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Dana Tanamachi

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Kiko Ardiansjah

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Slow Motion by mrkenz0

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No Turning Back Now by Andreas Grey

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I Crush Swag

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The Power List by Jordan Metcalf

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Andrew Leahey & The Homestead by Loren Klein

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Packwood by Jess Wong

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Saddleback by Jake Weidmann

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DISCOVER YASUNI by Kevin He

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Dave Matthews Band by Aaron von Freter

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Given by Chaz Russo