Faux Poster Font Experiment

I’m going to try something new with upcoming typeface releases: overdramatic fake movie posters. So I set out to make a simple design and realized that if you keep it vague enough (minimal, too) you can simply swap out the “title” with a different typeface and have a usable finished product. Is it generic? Yeah, but that’s kind of the point, letting typography set a different tone without changing anything else in the design.

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Not horrible, but not groundbreaking either. All of those fonts are available to purchase in my shop (and the most expensive one is $25, so there’s that). Here’s an animated version of 10 of those from above.

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And another fake poster. Luckily I’ve taken some fun photos over the years to use.

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You can test all of these fonts right on my home page (and the bottom of each product page): tylerfinck.com

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