Inspiration: Fonts with Big Personalities
Typography always has trends, but this one has been going strong since last year and isn’t showing signs of stopping.
One big trend we’re seeing in 2021 is fonts with personality. Typography always has trends, but this one has been going strong since last year and isn’t showing signs of stopping. Here is a roundup of a few favorites:
1. Grand Slang
How beautiful are these lines? This font has some really sleek curves that don’t feel overly traditional or modern, making it a great option for many projects.
Watch out for this husky font! These thick lines will be the heavyweight champ in any design you put them in. The font family also includes thinner condensed weights to help balance out the set, which lends them to be more versatile.
This font is unique because it mixes verticals and horizontals within the space. It definitely feels high-end, but offers a lot of character, like a bold Borolo at that hidden Italian restaurant around the corner.
This font will take you to new places. The subtle curves within the letterforms offer a fresh take on a simple sans-serif. Kobe is clean enough to pair with other fonts but will also captivate the viewer when used alone.
Yes, please, and thank you. This soft serif has vintage roots that reflect many 1970s typefaces with its rounded curves and timeless appeal. It’s been a crowd favorite in the design world because who wouldn’t want to use such a classic feeling font? Count us in.