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I publish a folksy, rural lifestyle newspaper/magazine and am considering switching to Turnip for the body text. It's mainly a print paper, but also gets put on the web. What would be a good pairing for headlines? (I'm currently using Chaparral for the body and Gibson semi-bold for headlines but would like to refresh the look.) Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
I am looking for a text serif font to pair with HTF Didot. Any suggestion?
I'm designing a trade paperback: it's approximately 200 pages with the title & headings set in Proxima Nova. The book is non-fiction and about progressive religion/spirituality.
Any ideas of a good body font to use? Something clean, modern, forward-looking and extremely readable. Thanks for your suggestions!
Can someone tell me what the face for the "Body In Motion" headline is?
Anyone know what font BODYMASTERS is? Thanks!
I'm currently redesigning a magazine for a client who has a very low budget (almost non-existent). I'm at the stage of deciding which fonts to use for body copy. I don't think I'll get anywhere with free fonts, hence I chose Museo Sans for display and captioning. I'd like to look into alternatives for similar prices as the Exljbris 'free' fonts ($15-30 per weight).
I like Calluna, but I'd prefer it if the magazine didn't end up looking like an Exljbris specimen.
Has anyone ever worked with a good, usable, cheap serif font for body copy use in a long document like a magazine or book?