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Inboxsy says

Hi there!

I’m wondering what kind of websites do you use to find stock and fonts to use them in your themes or templates or your design, everything needs to be legal…for sure!!

Don’t be shy just throw what do you know and help us.

Kind Regards

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Crakken says
I’m not in the theme industry… yet but I do use Impallari fonts. They are awesome and they are free to use commercially (I don’t know if it’s all of them, but check on the font page):
http://www.impallari.com/
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AGSoft says

I mainly use Font Squirrel to find fonts. (Commercial free) Having said that, there are some really nice fonts Graphic River that I have my eye on.

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Crakken says

I mainly use Font Squirrel to find fonts. (Commercial free) Having said that, there are some really nice fonts Graphic River that I have my eye on.

Wow, I really like that one. Thanks!

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Section214 says


I mainly use Font Squirrel to find fonts. (Commercial free) Having said that, there are some really nice fonts Graphic River that I have my eye on.
Wow, I really like that one. Thanks!

+1 to that… awesome source!

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Pixelworkshop says

Sudtipos fonts for print stuff, they’re all commercial but many are awesome.

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StevenGliebe says

There’s also Google Web Fonts: http://www.google.com/webfonts/

You can download actual fonts in a zip after adding to your collection. Tons of Open Font, Apache, etc. licensed works there.

FontSquirrel is great.

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