Download Fonts specifically used for Web 2.0

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  1. Bootlegg

    Bootlegg New Member

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    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 -- FileFactory.com - free file hosting --

    Password to unlocking them is "www.fullandfree.info"
    test
  2. eneyekay

    eneyekay Graphic Designer

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


    urbanfonts.com


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

    Bootlegg New Member

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    that site pretty much has the same fonts as dafont.com. Here is a really good site that I found recently and what I think is better than both those sites mentioned. Free Fonts at Font-Zone.com 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.
    test
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