Have you ever wondered why an elaborate quote for wall décors or social media posts always look so gorgeous? Have you also wondered in what other occasions those glyphs would look stunning in? Do you wonder whether you can design something as gorgeous and sophisticated? With these quote fonts, sure, you can!
This quote font features characteristics that would please both graphic designers and business owners. Thin strokes, defined serifs, tall fonts—Montmartre is nothing short of sophistication. It has the stoic and professional nature of a serif font, and the shape of the glyphs would work extremely well with grayish or monochromatic color palettes.
However, due to its shape, this font is not suitable in larger outdoor settings that would hinder its readability. Nevertheless, this no-nonsense font would be a perfect fit for business cards, high-profile invitations, premium brands’ logos, or for a simple wall décor.
This particular handwritten-style font was made with branding project in mind. The overall shape of this font would make your design looks like someone write the texts with a flat-tipped marker or highlighter. The glyphs feature thick strokes, uneven heights, and well-defined curves—characteristics commonly found in handwritings.
Due to its overall shape, this font has great readability and would look great in basically any media, printed or digital. It would look best as a book cover, outdoor branding materials, logos, and wall decors.
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Another handwritten-style quote font, Michelle Kristin is like modern office ladies—bold and gorgeous. The glyphs are written in cursives and features decorative curvatures in medium-sized strokes. The font would look absolutely stunning when applied with soft or earthy color palettes. As the font itself is quite a showstopper, be careful not to be too excessive with the background.
This gorgeous font is suitable in for a wide variety of media including, but not limited to, book covers, seminar backdrops, wedding invitations, or café decorations.
Cerita Senja looks like it was written in a journal by an adventurous traveler on top of some remote mountain. The handwritten-style glyphs offer a feeling of tranquility. With thick strokes and uneven heights, this font is inspired by classic posters and design trends of the previous decade.
The thick strokes and unique overall shapes would pop make the written text in your design pops out, not to mention the readability is great with this font. Due to these characteristics, this font is suitable for outdoor settings like billboards or movie posters, as well as in smaller medias like book covers, album cover, web headers, and so on.
Believe Dreams is a perfect font for a darker background. The overall shape of the flowing handwritten-style font is reminiscent of retro neon signs, albeit curvier with more accentuated lines. The glyphs would look absolutely gorgeous and elegant when applied with soft, earthy, or dark color palettes and medium contrast.
This peculiar and timeless quote font is perfect for event posters, daily quotes, café logos, web headers, or YouTube thumbnails.