Google Fonts contains hundreds of free, open-source fonts and although they’re primarily optimised for the web, they’re equally great for use in print projects. While many of the fonts aren’t the most visually attractive (honestly, you’d probably be better off using Comic Sans in some cases!), there are some absolute gems and in particular, some of the more popular additions are exceptionally well designed. When used correctly, these fonts can breathe a whole new lease of life into a previously dull and uninspiring project. For most designers, spotting a great font that is perfectly suited to a particular project is easily done; the difficulty lies in combining multiple typefaces that look great alongside each other. This can also be an extremely time-consuming process and …

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The Art Of Mixing Typefaces Google Fonts Edition

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