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Daan
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I agree with Contempoinc.. Papyrus, I think it’s a very original, not-much used font :)

Nah..

Helvetica, Rockwell, Myriad Pro, Gotham

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jgodbee
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+1 Myriad Pro

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vasilios
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New Cicle, Georgia, Verdana, Arial (sometimes), Nilland, and Bleeding Cowboys for something different. XD

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Hein
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Myriad Pro, Lucida Sans, Lucida Grande, Verdana and Arial

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mads
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Helvetica, Rockwell, Futura and Lucida Grande are the ones I most commonly use in web design.

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MDNW
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+1 for Myriad Pro – Gotham’s still my fav though. Most of the House Industries fonts are worth checking out.

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PixelBin
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+1 for Myriad Pro – Gotham’s still my fav though. Most of the House Industries fonts are worth checking out.
Gotham is pricey though. I want it so bad. :(
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osigrandi
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In no particular order as I never seem to be able to make up my mind:

FontSmith Lola, Jeremy Tankard Aspect, Gill Sans, Costa PTF , Suitcase Type Gloriola, Tipo Titulata, Jeremy Tankard ShireTypes, SMeltery Megalopolis (which is free), Ascender Kootenay, Type Invaders Flex, Costa Angie Sans, Costa Parisine Plus, Costa Apolline, TypeTogether Bree, PMN Caecilia, Hoefler & Frere-Jones Whitney, House Industries Neutraface.

Disclaimer: I only own some of these, hopefully I’ll be able to afford all of them one day.

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CraigSnedeker
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Free fonts FTW

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mabuc
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My fav’s are Myriad Pro, Arial, Verdana and Helvetica

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