- font-journal.com design review [1 Update]
- Stuart Moules <firstname.lastname@example.org> May 25 02:25PM +0100
Thanks Doug for clearing that up.
I see you added more categories to your links, and Gothic. I must have seen
Gothic on 1001freefonts.com and dafont.com when I was studying a few years
back. Seeing it in my Illustrator font lists I didn't really know what it
meant. Just Old English, Black Letter and Gothic face for calligraphy. I
actually thought it meant something like titling. The dictionary didn't
help much either, except if it meant by heavy ornate typeface that it
should be sans as in bookmaking 100's of years ago when they used sans for
the covers to try to sell more books by looking more decorative and
appealing. So Gothic just means a buzz word for sans-serif, thanks for that.
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