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Top 18 Free Fonts

My Vintage Workwear Logo Templates automatically come formatted with the Trebuchet typeface, which is a universal system font available on every Mac and Windows PC.

But if you want to really add some personality to these logos, I recommend changing the fonts. You can use any font that you have on your system. Thick, thin, bold, italic, condensed, serif, sans-serif, scripts, stencil, distressed... you name it. Anything will work (as long as you like the look!)

In order to demonstrate the versatility of my most popular item, Vintage Workwear Logo Templates, below I mocked up a few new logos using some of my favorite free fonts available on the web.

As a Free Bonus when you purchase Vintage Workwear Logo Templates, you will now receive the list (and links) of my Top 18 Favorite Free Fonts! If you purchased the Logo Templates in the past and would like to have this list, send me an email using the Contact Form and I'll be sure to send that out to you!

Thanks and have a great week!

~Ray Dombroski

P.S. I also wanted to point two more things with these templates, which you can see in the images below:
1) It's easy to change the color of the logos, type, and backgrounds.
2) Each template has a unique layer of bitmap tiff distress AND vector distress. You can turn on or off the visibility of these layers!

If you are getting interested in what you are seeing, check out the video where I demonstrate Vintage Workwear Logo Templates:

One last thing... I've been searching for a new description or tagline that best describes the "WHY" behind TheVectorLab. Here's what I've got so far: "Because Great Design Matters." (It sure does!!!) More to come on this later...

Raymond Dombroski
Raymond Dombroski


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