Readers, even avid ones, may not notice this but a lot of thought is put into the fonts used for the titles of books. Agatha Christie was known for her cursive name combined with references from the plot itself while Lovecraft and Poe stuck to classic fonts with horrific twists (and alternates). So mix and match to create your own style using this original tool. Say hello to Parking, the newest addition to our selection of free resources.
Shared by Atipo Foundry, this sans serif typeface can be used for titles and headers, invitation, RSVP, and thank you cards for special occasions, branding and packaging designs, as well as quotes and typography designs, posters, flyers, ads, websites, applications, etc. Parking comes with a wide selection of stylistic alternates and easy-to-access numeric typography including pre-designed fractions and scientific inferiors and ordinals. It also supports multiple languages so you can use it for Danish, French, Finnish, German, Italian, Polish, Spanish, and many other Latin based languages.