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Fonts From Your Favorite Movies and TV Shows

posted by Nell Minow

shrek logo.jpgWant that “S” with the antennae from “Shrek?” Or write in letters from “Spongebob Squarepants” or “The Simpsons?” How about “The Addams Family” or “Bewitched” or “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?” bewitchedlogo.jpg
Maybe the CNN logo typeface would give your office presentation or school report that extra edge of reliability. Typenow.net has fonts based on movies and television shows (also rock bands, for fans of Metallica, The Beatles, or Pink Floyd), games (Atari, PlayStation), and corporate (IBM, Ferrari). There’s even a Harry Potter font, along with Willie Wonka, Hot Wheels, LEGO, Mentos, and MAD Magazine.
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  • Christian Toto

    Great tip/link! Some of the most creative parts of movies are the title sequences … or just the titles themselves.

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