Typography is Everywhere!

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The picture #1 shows an example of Sans Serif typeface. This typeface is one that does not have the small projecting features called serifs at the end of letters. Sans-serif fonts became the most prevalent for display of text on computer screens.

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The picture #2 shows an example of Blackletter. Also known as Gothic typeface. This typeface sometimes called Old English.

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The picture #3 shows an example of San Serif where it says COGNA and the other types have round serifs, they are small decorative pieces on the ends of each character.

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