This post is going to be unusually short and sweet! Probably, today I’d like to talk fonts and Art Deco. Art Deco has been increasingly popular recently, much of this interest probably spiked by the big budget remake of the Great Gatsby. With a big A list cast featuring Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan, Leonardo DiCaprio and Isla Fisher it has brought the boom time of the 1920’s to many minds. If you’d like to know more about Art Deco see my quick guide to it here. The film is now due for a May release having been originally planned for a Christmas release, maybe they were scared off by the Hobbit!
Back to fonts, fonts are great such a wide variety and one of the easiest way to style stationery. At Artemis Stationery I’ll happily use any font I can to make something bespoke and suit the needs of whomever I’m working with. It can really change the style of an invitation from modern to vintage for example. Though we do try and stick to fonts that don’t have to be bought in to use to keep costs down for our clients. There’s so many great free fonts around normally you don’t have to buy a font to achieve a great look. Underneath here is a list of Art Deco fonts showing what they look like. It is the list of fonts we suggest on our own website, the one’s freely available on the web (I found them on font squirrel) have been indicated. If you’d like to know more about ordering stationery with Artemis Stationery and how we make our stationery personal hop on over to the website now.
Nathan designs and makes bespoke stationery and invitations for weddings and more at Artemis Stationery. This is the blog for Artemis Stationery and Nathan's other projects. You can visit Artemis Stationery here.