We all love hipsters: we either love their fashion bravery, love their uber kewl vibes, love to find them super annoying, or love to make fun of them.
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The thing with hipster culture though, is that it is so awesome that it has become anti-unique and no longer is fresh to be different. Get that? No. But that it also what it is all about: the juxtaposition, the art in anything, being avantgarde, seeing meaning in the meaningless, bringing out new rad angles in anything arbitrary, such as penny farthings and rabbits.
So here is a collection of fonts for the kiffest and raddest wedding of yours – ideally printed on wood decorated with Japanese cartoon figures. Don’t forget the kimchi side with your local-seasonal-artisan-macrobiotic buffet, to hire a craft gin mixologist, and you definitely must remember to make sure that your DJ only plays vinyl.
The ironic truth: if you think of yourself as a hipster, then it means you are not a real one, just a mere copy. Sorry dude. To be able to wear the hipster honour badge legit, you have to be so uber-stellar that you didn’t even bother to make note of what hipster means. Because you are years ahead of everyone else, and you are definitely never gonna follow somebody else’s trend. Only your own. Deck!
Authors note: this article is 75% tongue in cheek and 25% self-mockery. Any egos hurt from reading will be prescribed a weeks of kombucha detox.
If you enjoyed today’s font collection, you might want to check out our other ones too: Romantic, Whimsical and Boho-luxe fonts for weddings!
Beard wax: BARDO
Cotton candy: HARDCANDY STRIPED
Summer camp: SUNDAY
Tattooed bride: TATTOO INK
Kombucha cocktail: CABANA
Hashtag: SWISTBLNK MONTHOERS
Pie buffet: PASTA PALAZZO
Wedding teepe: KG TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE
Animal collective: ESCALOPE
Coffee truck: THE SKINNY
Folk band: ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Vintage books: STEELWORKS VINTAGE
Legit: GRAND HOTEL
You’re awesome: LASER METAL
4 thoughts on “Hipster Fonts”
is there even a link to download….?
Yes – a link has been added for your convenience. I hope it helps. Good luck!
Do you know what Font Sheer Ever After is written in on your Hispter Font poster?
Hi Terri! Thanks for your comment 🙂 The font is called Andes and is a really great font for editorial displays, stationery projects, signage and branding with an elegant, art-deco inspired feel. You can download it free here : https://www.dafont.com/andes.font