Palatino never gets old

Designed by the late Hermann Zapf, Palatino is a humanist serif (like Garamond) created in 1948. Based on older, calligraphic letters, Palatino looks almost like writing done with a broad-nib pen.

While made for headlines, it has experienced great popularity with books as well. (It’s actually one of the ten most used serif typefaces.)

Palatino anatomy

9 Best fonts you already have

You don't need to break the bank on new fonts, just learn about the ones.

This little PDF will show you how to identify a good font, then it'll walk you through the best fonts you already have.

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