Matching Typefaces :)

Times New Roman goes to the description: a serif typeface commissioned by The British newspaper the Times in 1931.

Goudy Old Style goes to the description: was one of the typefaces originally included by Apple Computer in the Macintosh. In the early days of desktop publishing it gained great popularity until it began to be replaced by Times Roman.

Futura goes to the description: a graceful, balanced design with a few eccentricities, including the upward-curved ear on the g and the diamond shape of the dots of the i,j.

Palatino goes to the description: derived from a single geometric forms (near-perfect circles, triangles and squares) and is based on strokes of near-even weight, which are low in contrast.

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September 24, 2012. Uncategorized.

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