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A Collection of Movie Fonts To Add a Cinematic Touch

Details matter — especially on the big screen. While movies make an impact using special effects, famous celebrities, and gorgeous costumes, how they’re marketed to the public beforehand is of utmost importance. One of the ways they can make waves in the market is by using bold typography.

An epic film needs an epic font. From Jurassic Park to Star Wars, they’re made unforgettable with a little help from the lettering used for various promotional materials. Think of the last movie you watched. You can probably find creatives talking about customizing a similar font to capture the look.

Want to see your design up in lights? Then ready yourself by grabbing these awesome movie fonts today!

1. Marschel Pro

With stylistic alternates and elegant ligatures, this gem by Zeune Ink Foundry will make any project magical. Use on posters, invitations, book covers, logos, or packaging. Whatever it touches is sure to be exquisite.

2. MADE TheArtist

Contrasting effects always give an interesting end product. MadeType has just the thing for when you need something bold AND elegant at the same time. This duo font pack is great for when you need to make a quick statement without sacrificing on quality.

3.Armada CPC

Christopher P. Cacho creates a bold yet vintage vibe in this amazing typography that’s built for battle. Perfect for seafaring adventures, or any naval-themed projects.

4.Sickle Blade Typeface

Be haunted by this edgy font by alphadesign. With cool alternates to make any design stand out, it’s ideal for gaming or movie-related works.

5.Metropolis Font Family

Love the city? Evoke a similar feel to whatever you’re working on in this font family from Unio. Inspired by the original 1927 Fritz Lang movie, it features eight styles to choose from to lend the somber appeal of the urban jungle.

6.August Typeface

As they say, go big or go home. Ellen Luff has just the thing in this beautiful condensed sans serif display typeface. Ideal for large-scale projects, it manages to remain versatile enough to be used even in body copy. Get yours today!

7.Palm Canyon Drive

The mention of movie fonts just won’t be complete without taking a trip down memory lane during post-war Hollywood. Recall the time of retro matchbook covers, travel postcards, and Tikki bars in this gorgeous item brought to you by RetroSupply Co..

8.Bassanova

Inspired by the characters of the "Love in the Afternoon" movie poster by Saul Bass, this classy typeface by Julia Bausenhardt is sure to lend a classic feel to any design. Just don’t forget to activate the Open Type Features to maximize your experience.

9.Brodo Display Font

The 1920s were definitely the golden age of movies and leisure. Give your designs the same golden treatment in this art deco custom sans serif by JumboDesign. With six amazing styles to choose from, your works will truly take center stage!

10.Giant Vintage Style Font

Make your headers or posters stand out with this colossal font from JumboDesign. Created to make a huge statement, it even comes in unique grunge textures to offer a vintage feel to any work.

11.Blackthorns ©

Want an air of mystery in your projects? This typeface from Herofonts could be just what you need. Featuring four weights and web versions, it’s perfect for digital or printed works.

12.Pineapple Funny Style Font

Break the basics in this cute but bold offering from JumboDesign. Use for posters, headers, blogs, cartoons, or gaming designs to bring a smile to your audience’s faces. Pair with fun patterns or animated backgrounds for a truly unique look!

13.Mangano Font

Whether you’re looking at movie fonts to create impact for a client project, or you simply want to jazz up a personal craft, then this little gem by Hindia Studio would make a neat addition to your toolkit. Available in rough and clean variants, it’ll give your works either a classy or vintage feel anytime.

14.TT Bluescreens

This font family by TypeType is beautifully subtle to be used for any creative work – yet imposing enough for large-screen projects such as posters, titles, trailers, and more. With a total of 30 typefaces and more than 70 supported languages, this is one purchase you’d be glad you made.

15.Rockrace Font Family

Arterfak Project brings to you this font family that’s perfect for sports, techno, or minimalist themes. It comes in nine different styles that you’re free to mix and match to get the desired product. Looks amazing as headlines, logos, titles, or even as quotes for sharing on social media.

16.Clearlight Font

Switch from elegant to technical in a snap thanks to this offering from NimaVisual. With crisp edges and rounded forms, this typeface can instantly add pizzazz to personal or commercial projects.

17.Brother Typeface

Got a client project that needs something striking? Look no further than this creation by giemons™. Combine the Bold and Light versions to make something unique; or play around with size and see the difference. Use for logos, displays, branding materials, or apparel.

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8May/18Off

Brushing Up: A Large Collection of Free Photoshop Brushes

Photoshop brushes are a hot commodity among the design community, so every now and then we like to look in on useful sets. In the following article, we have collected dozens of new free Photoshop brushes to spice up your design arsenal. Because really, when it comes to brushes, can you have too many?

If you believe with us that the answer to that question is a definitive ‘no’, then take a look down through the PS brushes we have found for you, and load up. The licenses do tend to change, so please be sure to take a look at each one before you grab them. Enjoy!

Brushing Up Fish Bones
Konstruction PS Brushset
Free Photoshop Environment Brushes
Scorched and Burned – A Free Photoshop Brush Set
Speckle Brushes Made of Coco
Floral Doodles Brushes Vol 2
Dwuff’s Doodle Brushes
Walk The Line Brush Pack
Decco-Mite PS Brushes
Free Lens Flare Brushes
Grid 2 BrushPack for Photoshop or Gimp
Night Sky Free Brushes
Ink Chaos Brush Pack
Color Brushes 2
Ebullient | 9 Painting Brushes
Doodle Arrows Photoshop Brush Set
Vzero Brushes Set
Free Textured Spray Paint Brushes
Abstract 2 Brush Pack for Photoshop or Gimp
Grungy Hand-Drawn Arrow Brushes
Chain Brush
Reblue’s Brush No 01
Dirt Road Brushes
Faded Textures
Retro Shape Brushes
Free Dust Particle Photoshop Brush Set
The Brush Off

That brings us to the end of this new collection. Feel free to use the comment section to leave your thoughts on these fantastic design tools, or to link us over to a set that’s inevitable for your arsenal. We look forward to hearing from you.

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30Apr/18Off

A Collection of Bold Egyptian Fonts with Unique Slab Serifs

OK, font junkies. It's time to buckle in and get ready for a deep dive into the world of typography. And this time around, it's all about slab serifs — specifically, Egyptian fonts. Now I know what you're thinking right now: "But Kevin, what is an Egyptian font?" Well, I'll get to that in just a minute.

OK, it's been a minute. Let's dive in.

What is an Egyptian font?

The idea of an Egyptian font dates back to the early 1800s. Back then, Napoleon came back from an expedition to Egypt, and all anyone could talk about was how cool that whole culture must have been. Think about it: people living in areas surrounded by pyramids that were essentially giant mausoleums? That's pretty crazy, even by today's standards. And one thing that attracted a lot of attention was the language, specifically, the use of cartouches in Egyptian hieroglyphs. Now if you look at a cartouche you may wonder how any of that resembles an Egyptian font at all. And, well, you'd be right. There are no similarities between the two. As it turns out, it was more about timing.

Since Egypt was so popular, typeface designers at the time decided that they should leverage that as a naming convention on their newest font styles. They created a series of chunky serif fonts that they would name Egyptian Hieroglyph Slab Serifs. Again, there was no physical or design connection between Egyptian civilization and these fonts; it was all about timing.

Where would I see an Egyptian font?

Harry Potter.

No seriously, that's what I think of when I see a chunky Slab Serif. Remember the animated newspapers from the books and more specifically the films? They were likely based on the newspapers of the 1800s, which used Egyptian Hieroglyph Slab Serifs. The same is true of anything that's vaguely steampunk-related, since it too is of that era. Basically, any headline from the 1800s is a good place to start — just don't look too much deeper in the paper.

Why? Because the argument could be made that the Egyptian Hieroglyph Slab Serif was made purely as a display type — arguably the first of its kind. You wanted to use it to get attention, not for legibility in small sizes. It was for headlines and headlines only, which makes sense when you try to bring attention to an idea.

What kind of Egyptian fonts are out there today?

Lots of them. But how you find them is another matter. It depends a lot on naming conventions. Some people call them Egyptian fonts, which goes back to the history of the design. But today they're more commonly lumped in with Slab Serifs, which technically they are. It's just that an Egyptian font is chunky like peanut butter, and even though there are slimmer variants, a solid example will have both the thick and skinny versions in one package (or at least be available).

With that in mind, let me show you a few of my favorites.

Cowboy Rodeo

When Americans think of Egyptian fonts, they're likely brought back to our version of the 1800s — the old west. As an Arizona resident, I'm well aware of our little version of Westworld, except I kind of wish I was a host sometimes. Anyway, Cowboy Rodeo harkens back to that era, and comes in both standard and italic variations. As they say, yee-ha.

Peckham

I'm not quite sure why, but even though Peckham is a distinctly Egyptian font, it gives me a bit of a Swedish vibe. Maybe it's the way the "e" and "c" curl, or the angled tips on some of the serifs. Either way, I dig it, because it's chunky, but also bold and unique. And when it comes to fonts, standing out can be a good thing.

Ultra Pro

You know what I like in a display font? Small caps. I know, it's not the best use case for everything, but sometimes I want to use them to accentuate the text just so, and Ultra Pro has them. It's also a western-ish font, which could look at home either on a wanted poster or a cool steampunk poster. Ultra is fun and versatile — which is all I ever want out of anything.

Revers

When I read "Revers" I think of the "Reavers" from the classic film, Serenity, about the Nathan Fillion-led crew from the TV show, Firefly. And yes, this font would go nicely with the sci-fi/western theme of the show. It's not the thickest of the Egyptian fonts on this page, but it's not too thin, either. That kind of balance is also useful.

Artegra Slab

As it says on the slide: 3 widths, 9 weights, 54 fonts. That's a whole lot of options, and Artegra Slab seemingly has them all. My favorite part? The condensed variations. I like having choices, and having thick, thin, condensed, light and heavy versions give me tons of options for my next design. Versatility is key.

Achille FY Black

I don't like playing favorites, but if I'm honest, Achille FY Black is one of them. For me, the detail is in that second slide. It's curvy, yet angular. The lowercase "a" in particular just looks so distinctive, and I can imagine using the font in a logo design or something similar. Fonts like this get me excited about making my own, because they show me the potential out there. Maybe they do the same for you, too.

Eponymous

I love me some stylistic alternates, and Eponymous is packed with them, giving you — not to beat up a point or anything — options. And another feature that I dig? The scalloped serifs. Again, it's a little detail, but I certainly like how it flows into the overall design. And with 600 glyphs per font, there are options galore.

CA Cape Rock

CA Cape Rock is fun. I like this fine Egyptian font example because of its curvy Ks, alternates and discretionary ligatures. They make what is a traditionally blocky style into something a little bit more fun.

Newslab Family

Newslab is unapologetically Egyptian, particularly in ExtraBold and BBlack. As I'm sure was intended, it's reminiscent of newspaper headlines, but it's the type of font I could see using for a logo, similar to other options on the list. And not to hit too hard on this one, but when you've got 16 variants of a font, you've got lots of choices. And that's good. Every time.

Sánchez Niu

Again, I love a font with options, and Sánchez Niu has that in spades. This package has 12 fonts, including the very Egyptian Sánchez Niu Black and Sánchez Niu Black It. But if you want to pair it up with something a bit slimmer for a logo or something similar, go with Sánchez Niu ExtraLight.

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Cactus Art: A Collection of Drawings & Vectors Inspired by Your Favorite Plant

The cactus is no longer just a type of greenery which populates the Wild Wild West. Today, cacti have made a resurgence, and they show up in all kinds of design projects in spaces across the world. If you want to take advantage of the trendy cactus image and the feelings it evokes in your designs or products, you're in luck. Tons of designers and artists have dreamed up drawings and vectors of the plant, so you can easily insert them into your creations. Here is some of the best cactus art on Creative Market.

Watercolor Cactus Garden

Created by ramika, the Watercolor Cactus Garden contains 17 watercolor objects in raster, 22 watercolor splashes and shapes, and five seamless patterns. These artistic cacti are great to add to t-shirts, wallpaper designs, and more.

Cactus and Succulent Vector Set

For a set of cartoonish cacti, check out Abra Cadabra's Cactus and Succulent Vector Set. It has 22 PNG files, 1 EPS file with all of the elements, 4 JPG files, and 4 EPS seamless patterns. These cacti are brightly colored and fun, and so they're great for a project geared towards kids.

Watercolor Cactus Hibiscus Pattern

This Watercolor Cactus from Tropicana is a beautiful, handmade seamless pattern of cacti and hibiscus. Use it for wallpapers, phone cases, or wrapping paper. It comes in a JPEG file.

Watercolor Cactus Clipart

PassionPNGcreation's Watercolor Cactus Clipart looks like it was drawn by hand using watercolors and colored pencils. When you buy this set, you get 14 PNG files, which can be used in scrapbooks, web design, and all kinds of print projects.

In Love With Cacti

Go girly with In Love With Cacti, a set of hand-drawn, minimalistic black and white cacti drawings. The whimsical, fun collection also has a bonus of four seamless cactus patterns.

Succulents Collection

This collection from handsketched features various hand-drawn cactus and succulent vectors, many of which have a green or purple tone. The set has cacti in pots, as well as the plants on their own.

Creative Cactus Backgrounds

Need a cactus pattern for a project? Check out solmariart's Creative Cactus Backgrounds, which can be used as wrapping paper, webpage backgrounds, and fabric patterns. You get six seamless patterns in this collection.

Taco Bout A Fiesta #2 Graphic Bundle

Celebrate that Southwestern feel with Taco Bout A Fiesta #2 Graphic Bundle from Absolutely Alexandria. These graphics and papers are 12 inches and include images like margaritas, tacos, ice cream, and of course, cacti.

Cactus Collections

YenzArtHaut created the illustrations in Cactus Collections. Each cactus is in a decorative pot, and you can use the illustrations in projects about home design, or for scrapbooking and printed paper items.

Big Cacti Bundle: Sketch Style

For something understated, check out Big Cacti Bundle, Sketch Style. Bakani created this set of 60 elements that you can use for your designs. The elements are mostly black and white, so they have a minimalistic, yet old-fashioned feel.

Cactus Plants Vector Clip Art

Digital Sugar created Cactus Plants Vector Clip Art, which contains 12 graphics of cacti, shrubs, and succulents. These images are pastel blue, green, and purple, so it's a good choice if you're looking for something whimsical and colorful.

Chalkboard Cacti & Succulent Clipart

The Chalkboard Cacti & Succulent Clipart set from Digital Curio looks like it was hand-drawn on a chalkboard. It has 21 high res PNG files and can be used commercially for physical and printed goods.

Cactus Illustrations

Created by adehoidar, this Cactus Illustrations set includes 9 EPS files, 9 JPEG files, and 12 PNG files. All of the cacti in this set are drawn in sketch style.

Cactus Watercolor Set

The Cactus Watercolor Set from Cabinets of Wonders is another great option if you're looking for an artistic rendering of the Wild Wild West. It contains 21 distinct elements in a watercolor style which is both aesthetically pleasing and understated.

Cactus Kit

Cactus Kit from miumiu has everything you need to create a cactus-themed project. Once you download it, you get 42 design elements, 12 seamless borders, 12 seamless patterns, six greeting cards, six gift tags, four wreaths, and much more. It's designed for the cactus lover in all of us.

Cacti Party Pattern Set

The Cacti Party Pattern Set was created by Tasiania. It includes realistic illustrations of cacti in different planters, and the designer suggests using the images in home decor, apparel, scrapbooking, and much more.

Llama and Cactus Clipart Bundle

One of the most fun sets of cacti clipart on Creative Market is the Llama and Cactus Clipart Bundle from Kenna Sato Designs. With a South American vibe, it doesn't just include cute cartoon plants: it also has adorable alpacas, sometimes wearing hats!

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Cactus Art: A Collection of Drawings & Vectors Inspired by Your Favorite Plant

The cactus is no longer just a type of greenery which populates the Wild Wild West. Today, cacti have made a resurgence, and they show up in all kinds of design projects in spaces across the world. If you want to take advantage of the trendy cactus image and the feelings it evokes in your designs or products, you're in luck. Tons of designers and artists have dreamed up drawings and vectors of the plant, so you can easily insert them into your creations. Here is some of the best cactus art on Creative Market.

Watercolor Cactus Garden

Created by ramika, the Watercolor Cactus Garden contains 17 watercolor objects in raster, 22 watercolor splashes and shapes, and five seamless patterns. These artistic cacti are great to add to t-shirts, wallpaper designs, and more.

Cactus and Succulent Vector Set

For a set of cartoonish cacti, check out Abra Cadabra's Cactus and Succulent Vector Set. It has 22 PNG files, 1 EPS file with all of the elements, 4 JPG files, and 4 EPS seamless patterns. These cacti are brightly colored and fun, and so they're great for a project geared towards kids.

Watercolor Cactus Hibiscus Pattern

This Watercolor Cactus from Tropicana is a beautiful, handmade seamless pattern of cacti and hibiscus. Use it for wallpapers, phone cases, or wrapping paper. It comes in a JPEG file.

Watercolor Cactus Clipart

PassionPNGcreation's Watercolor Cactus Clipart looks like it was drawn by hand using watercolors and colored pencils. When you buy this set, you get 14 PNG files, which can be used in scrapbooks, web design, and all kinds of print projects.

In Love With Cacti

Go girly with In Love With Cacti, a set of hand-drawn, minimalistic black and white cacti drawings. The whimsical, fun collection also has a bonus of four seamless cactus patterns.

Succulents Collection

This collection from handsketched features various hand-drawn cactus and succulent vectors, many of which have a green or purple tone. The set has cacti in pots, as well as the plants on their own.

Creative Cactus Backgrounds

Need a cactus pattern for a project? Check out solmariart's Creative Cactus Backgrounds, which can be used as wrapping paper, webpage backgrounds, and fabric patterns. You get six seamless patterns in this collection.

Taco Bout A Fiesta #2 Graphic Bundle

Celebrate that Southwestern feel with Taco Bout A Fiesta #2 Graphic Bundle from Absolutely Alexandria. These graphics and papers are 12 inches and include images like margaritas, tacos, ice cream, and of course, cacti.

Cactus Collections

YenzArtHaut created the illustrations in Cactus Collections. Each cactus is in a decorative pot, and you can use the illustrations in projects about home design, or for scrapbooking and printed paper items.

Big Cacti Bundle: Sketch Style

For something understated, check out Big Cacti Bundle, Sketch Style. Bakani created this set of 60 elements that you can use for your designs. The elements are mostly black and white, so they have a minimalistic, yet old-fashioned feel.

Cactus Plants Vector Clip Art

Digital Sugar created Cactus Plants Vector Clip Art, which contains 12 graphics of cacti, shrubs, and succulents. These images are pastel blue, green, and purple, so it's a good choice if you're looking for something whimsical and colorful.

Chalkboard Cacti & Succulent Clipart

The Chalkboard Cacti & Succulent Clipart set from Digital Curio looks like it was hand-drawn on a chalkboard. It has 21 high res PNG files and can be used commercially for physical and printed goods.

Cactus Illustrations

Created by adehoidar, this Cactus Illustrations set includes 9 EPS files, 9 JPEG files, and 12 PNG files. All of the cacti in this set are drawn in sketch style.

Cactus Watercolor Set

The Cactus Watercolor Set from Cabinets of Wonders is another great option if you're looking for an artistic rendering of the Wild Wild West. It contains 21 distinct elements in a watercolor style which is both aesthetically pleasing and understated.

Cactus Kit

Cactus Kit from miumiu has everything you need to create a cactus-themed project. Once you download it, you get 42 design elements, 12 seamless borders, 12 seamless patterns, six greeting cards, six gift tags, four wreaths, and much more. It's designed for the cactus lover in all of us.

Cacti Party Pattern Set

The Cacti Party Pattern Set was created by Tasiania. It includes realistic illustrations of cacti in different planters, and the designer suggests using the images in home decor, apparel, scrapbooking, and much more.

Llama and Cactus Clipart Bundle

One of the most fun sets of cacti clipart on Creative Market is the Llama and Cactus Clipart Bundle from Kenna Sato Designs. With a South American vibe, it doesn't just include cute cartoon plants: it also has adorable alpacas, sometimes wearing hats!

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