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I like this particular font because it’s clear and easy to read. However, this isn’t my favourite font because it’s quite plain and doesn’t really fit in with the genre of my music magazine. The name of this font is called abeat by kai.
I also like this font because again it is easy to read and the audience will be able to recognise the name and style of the magazine. One problem with this font is that it is quite plain but it does fit in with the pop genre. This font is one of my top 4 and it is called BubbleBoy2.
I don’t really like this font and the reasons for this is that it doesn’t have anything to do with the pop genre and also it is plain and boring and the audience will expect a eye catching and recognisable masthead and for me this isn’t going to fulfil the audience expectations. The name of this font is Blackoak STD
I really like this font because its eye catching and will draw the customers attention also its funky so it fits in well with the genre of my magazine. This style of font is one of my favourite and I may use it on my final piece of work. This font is called FullPack 2025.
I like this font because it goes with the genre, it’s thick and bold which will make it stand out to the customers and also is a very recognisable. This is my personal favourite font because it isn’t too childish and it isn’t also too formal for the younger audience. The name of this font is called Big Bottom Cartoon.
This is another one of my favourite fonts because again it fits with the genre and also its not to formal, it’s quite bubbly and rounded off so it looks friendly and also available to all ages and both genres. This font is called Disko.