Everytime we always see lots of fonts without realizing it, both when communicating on social media and when we work in graphic design; designing invitations, posters, brochures, packaging designs etc. Even when we are shopping at supermarket, we see many fonts printed on the product packaging.
Thousands and even millions of fonts are spread on the internet. Ranging from free to premium fonts where you have to spend some money to have them. But of course you will get more when buying premium fonts. Premium fonts usually have many characters because they support multiple language. In addition, OTF fonts usually have many excellent features such as ligatures, stylistic alternates, stylistic sets, swashes etc.
Here is a list of selected premium fonts that you can consider to use when designing packaging.
Pantera is the combination of varying thicknesses and widths of letters were Open-Type coded so the user will see satisfactory results by just enabling or disabling some buttons on the glyphs panel.
Intro Rust includes 4 sub-families – Intro Rust, Intro Script, Intro Head and Intro Goodies. It can be used to create almost all types of design projects like print materials and web design. Just use your imagination and your project will become more alive and vivid than ever with one of the Intro Rust fonts.
The Speakeasy script comes with two different ways to connect the letterforms. Also included are many alternates, swashes, endings and flourishes — all accessible via OpenType features or glyph palettes.
Karlie is a neat combination of a friendly script & a modern all-caps serif in five widths. The font family is extremely versatile and is perfect for high-end logotypes and magazine headlines, let alone greeting cards, invitations, posters, book covers, ads and the various web and screen usages. The combination of two different font styles (script and serif) also performs very well on product packaging.
Monstice Family is an elegant, playful and decorative family which includes five separate styles. There is a base serif design that was expanded to Engraved, Inline, Hatched, and Emboss styles. There is also a set of decorative elements to assist in adding details and flourishes.
Windtalker is a casual script font that is based on a scratch of calligraphy brush, paired with a thick and strong sans font so you can easily mix and match for an interesting work.
Galiano is an elegant combination of a script and a narrow modern serif. It is slender, feminine and classy, while still maintaining a friendly feel. Galiano is versatile and will work perfectly for fashion, e-commerce brands, trend blogs, wedding boutiques or any business that wants to appear upscale and chic.
This mix of elegance and flamboyance gave birth to Fleur which has a wide range of uses but was mainly intended for perfumes, fashion magazines, storefronts, book covers or logos. Not only you’ll find many decorative glyphs, but also a vast amount of unique ligatures will make you really adore this font.
Palomino calligraphy font family created using amazing Palomino Blackwing 602 pencils. Palomino clean can be safely used on the web – no need to worry about file size! – as well as in all desktop applications.
Every combination of letters is designed, all of them: No matter what you write, it will always look good. Limon speaks your language! It includes the complete diacritic set for Basic Latin and Western, Central and South Eastern European.