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Amazing Deal: Noem9studio’s Essay Font Family - only 9$!

"Essay was born from an afternoon in Berlin in September 2013, looking at old book covers. Inspired by Herb Lubalin, Athletics & Rock music. Its details relate with speed & punk styles but keeping the main structure intact. Works perfectly as main/bold typography combined with some serif typefaces."

This hard-rockin’, punk-style font is loud, bold and brash. It’s also easy to read and features 8 different styles in the whole family. Essay comes with over 250 different glyphs, accented characters, international characters, digits, exclamation points and more! Act fast though, because just like hot concert tickets, this money-saving deal is only available for a limited time! 

To check the full deal and purchase the fonts, proceed to the Mighty Deals website!

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21 Apr

Designer of the week - 07/04/2014

Bratislav Milenkovic   |   http://bratislavmilenkovic.com

Graduated at University of Arts, Faculty of Applied Arts, Illustration Department, Belgrade. MBA, Faculty of Dramatic Arts - Advertising and media, IAA (International Advertising Association) accredited diploma. Freelance illustrator since 2007, currently living and working in Begrade, Serbia.

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8 Apr

Wiktor Malinowski   |   http://wiktormalinowski.com

"Illustrations I’ve made for Havas Worldwide Warsaw. Those pictures were used on a Facebook fan page for a recruitment purpose."

Born in 88 as a kid with irritating passion to discover everything. Passionate in design, influenced by 60’ Polish posters, Swiss design, modernism. For now full time art director in advertising. After hours sketching, painting and making branding design.

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16 Mar

Ana Bassin   |   Website   |   Facebook

Anna Bassin is a young graphic design graduate from Škofja Loka, Slovenia. In high school, she was quite interested in paper and cardboard creations , but later discovered the charms of Inkscape and Gimp and moved into the wonderful world of vectors and pixels. Everyday she develops her analogue skills such as drawing, crochet, knitting and sewing. Her creative approach is very enthusiastic and mainly creative.

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16 Mar