Download Fonts specifically used for Web 2.0

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  1. Bootlegg

    Bootlegg New Member

    Jun 18, 2004
    Every designer needs an arsenal of fonts and I came across this link to download all these fonts. They're a bunch of fonts for the typography enthusiast. These are fonts that you usually see used for the logos of YouTube, Google, Facebook, Skype, Flickr, and more.
    Fonts included:
    - Agency Bold
    - Alternate Gothic No. Two
    - Arial Rounded Bold and Bell Gothic Black
    - Avenir (Book, Medium, Heavy)
    - Avernus
    - Base 9 Regular SC
    - Catull (the Google font)
    - Digital Sans Medium
    - FF Cocon Bold
    - FF DIN Medium
    - FF Dot Matrix Two Regular
    - FF Meta Bold and Book
    - Frankfurter Medium or Bryant Bold Alt
    - Frutiger Black
    - Frutiger Bold
    - Handel Gothic Bold
    - Helvetica (complete set)
    - Hoefler Text
    - Interstate Black
    - Interstate Regular
    - ITC Bauhaus Medium
    - ITC Officina Bold
    - ITC Ronda
    - Klavika
    - Lisboa Sans
    - Myriad Pro (complete set)
    - Neo Sans Medium
    - Pixel Fonts
    - Proxima Nova
    - Syntax Bold
    - Trade Gothic Bold
    - VAG Round (Round, Rounded BT, Rounded Lt-Normal, VAGRundschriftD)

    Download here
    RapidShare: Easy Filehosting
    or here
    MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service
    or here
    Premium_Font_Web_Logo_2.0.rar -- - free file hosting --

    Password to unlocking them is ""
  2. eneyekay

    eneyekay Graphic Designer

    Jan 5, 2005
    nice. Got most of those already, but since we're talking fonts, check out...

    they're awesome with free mac and windows fonts!
  3. Bootlegg

    Bootlegg New Member

    Jun 18, 2004
    that site pretty much has the same fonts as Here is a really good site that I found recently and what I think is better than both those sites mentioned. Free Fonts at that has some commercial and free fonts up there. It was a great fine, because I didn't have to purchase some of the fonts I wanted.
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