I like this vintage retro look with slight reminiscences to stonewashed clothing. Our Deal of the Week has a whole family of 20 different fonts following that trend. These typefaces are so trendy, they are even named Trend. Besides all the cletters and numbers there four dingbats fonts featuring ornaments, words and general dingbat symbols included. This font family offers a wholesale solution for any retro project.
All the Best in Short Words
- Get three large font families in one with Trend, Trend Hand Made and Trend Rough, each featuring loads of typeface variations.
- The Trend Font Family was created as a group of layers using a sans and slab font as the base.
- Beautifully fashionable, Trend seamlessly integrates elements of fashion in a popular and current trend-worthy manner.
- With so many different weights and styles (including Italics, Sans and Slab versions), this collection features 20 unique fonts in total!
- Add even more elegance to your designs with a variety of Trend Rough Ornaments.
- Use Trend Rough Words to share common and popular words in a preset design.
- You’ll even get a set of Trend Rough Dingbats to finish off your project in total style.
This is How it Looks
Pricing Against the Trend
Throughout the rest of the year, the Trend Font Family sells for $159, but for a limited time only, you can get all 20 fonts for only $19! If you want to own the webfonts also, go for the bundle and pay $25.
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Dieter Petereit is a veteran of the web with over 25 years of experience in the world of IT. As soon as Netscape became available he started to do what already at that time was called web design and has carried on ever since. Two decades ago he started writing for several online publications, some well, some lesser known. You can meet him over on Google+.