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  • Amy Bench

    Quick tips: Mixing and Matching Fonts @katrina for your subway art

  • Elizabeth Diesel

    Tips to Mixing Matching Fonts

  • Amy Turner

    font tips how to mix fonts

  • Jessica Brabham

    Mixing and Matching Fonts- Graphic Design I've been doing this my way for awhile... hopefully I'll find some great tips

  • Laurie Strand

    Fontaholic: Mixing and Matching Fonts/ love the fonts, colors, would be great to use for subway art for bedroom

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