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Best Magazine Fonts in Canva

Best Magazine Fonts in Canva


Great graphic design is powered by great font selection. But picking great fonts is a challenge most people. Luckily, Canva has made adding great fonts to your designs much easier. In this tutorial, our team of design experts will cover the best magazine fonts in Canva.

Best Fonts for a Magazine in Canva

1. Brown Sugar

Brown Sugar

Brown Sugar fonts include uppercase letters, numerals, and a large range of punctuation. Serif font with a modern stylish style. Created posters, web design, branding, illustrations, badges, and some other works.

2. The Seasons

The Seasons

The Seasons is an elegant classic serif font family consisting of high contrast serif fonts with a vintage chic look, with corresponding calligraphic cursive italics that are based on several humanist italic scripts and written with a Pilot Parallel Pen.

3. TAN Mon Cheri

TAN Mon Cheri

TAN – MON CHERI is an elegant sans serif. Simple letter shapes with playful ligatures, keeping its legibility high.

4. Telegraf

Telegraf

Telegraf combines the forms of mid-century grotesks with rigid angles. As its weight increases, Telegraf’s counters become more rectangular, to help with on-screen viewing at small sizes, and to increase impact at large sizes.

5. Mak

Mak

Mak Font is an experimental contrast typeface that is highly readable and includes quirky details such as cutouts and sharp curves.

6. Sloop Script Pro

Sloop Script Pro

Sloop Script Pro is the new, improved, rethought version, offering expanded language support and smart OpenType features. All of the new enhancements can be activated via human-readable stylistic sets whose names precisely describe what they do: “Entry Swashes,” “Exit Swashes,” “Smaller Caps,” and so on. Every weight of Sloop Script includes the available styles. Applying these features is straightforward and, thanks to automatic ligatures and contextual alternates, Sloop Script sets beautifully right out of the box.

7. Cardo

Cardo

Cardo is a large Unicode font specifically designed for the needs of classicists, Biblical scholars, medievalists, and linguists. It also works well for general typesetting in situations where a high-quality Old Style font is appropriate.

8. Noto Serif Display

Noto Serif Display

Noto Serif Display is a modulated (“serif”) design for texts in larger font sizes in the European Latin script and Cyrillic and Greek. Noto Serif Display has italic styles, multiple weights, and width.

9. Barlow Medium

Barlow Medium

Barlow is a slightly rounded, low-contrast, Grotesk-type family. Drawing from the visual style of the California public, Barlow shares qualities with the state’s car plates, highway signs, buses, and trains.

10. Adirek Serif

Adirek Serif

The Adirek Serif font family series mainly provide Black Italic and other font styles.

Conclusion

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