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FontShop Friday Five: Hidden Gems


We know you’re busy and the Internet is a crowded place, so we’ll try to give you a little reminder on Fridays of what’s going on out there. Below please find five recent FontShop-related threads that you may have missed.

Get Your Font News Now!
Not seeing your favorite FontShop newsletter in your inbox lately? Make sure they aren’t hiding out in your “Promotions” tab in your Gmail account. Theresa gives a step-by-step instruction on how to go about fixing it in this week’s Buyer’s Guide.

TYPO Rhythm
Have you purchased your ticket to TYPO San Francisco yet? Don’t miss out on all the great speakers! Tickets WILL sell out this year!

New Fonts this Week
Some great new additions to FontShop this week! See all the great designs from foundries such as FONTYOU, Bold Monday, and new foundry Fatype.

Spiff Up Your Site With Webfonter
Need to test-drive a few fonts on your website? Use Webfonter to preview over 1,000 FontShop webfonts in your design.

Valentine Inspiration & Prizes
The day of flowers and chocolates is quickly approaching! Have you made your sweetheart a gift that will make them swoon? If not, then check out our Pinterest boards You’re The Type For Me & Love at First Type to feel the love and inspiration.

Also, Valentype is here! Yves gives you an opportunity to declare your love for a typeface on The FontFeed and win official single license to four weights/styles. Time to get creative and proclaim your everlasting fondness for a typeface. Contest ends February 14.

Friday Five Fonts: Monroe by Sudtipos and P22 Casual Script by IHOF

Pinterested: Love At First Type


As you anticipate the beginning our Typographic Turn-ons series next week, our Love At First Type pinboard will help you get through the weekend if you’re sweating for swashes. We’ve pinned typefaces that will warm your heart and fonts that we’re smitten with here at FontShop. We’ll continue to pin more lovely fonts and maybe you might choose to buy your sweetheart a font for Valentine’s Day instead of a bouquet of roses, because, let’s be honest, desktop font licensing for one user is forever. Many years from now, your loved one will still be able to type out their love for you in Fiorentina, compared to just reminiscing about or staring longingly at a picture of a beautiful bunch of flowers you bought them once upon a time.