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The big ship on the Old Spice logo symbolizes long voyages, from which sailors brought spices and spices. It was an exotic product that only rich people could afford at one time. That is, there is a hint of the exclusivity of Old Spice products here. And the designers also referred to spicy notes in the aroma of perfumes, cosmetics, and deodorants.
As you probably know, the products have spicy notes. Centuries ago, spices were very expensive and could only be afforded by the rich. That was because they were brought by ships that sailed to distant exotic places. So, the colonial nautical theme, which followed from the spicy scent of the product, became an important trademark associated with Old Spice.
This colonial concept also influenced the naming Old Spice was called so due to the fact that centuries ago spices were afforded only by rich people, and this catchy spice scent accompanied them everywhere, highlighting their status, just like the scent of Old Spice.
Note: Make sure you read the license details for each font before downloading. Some are free for personal use and have a cost for a commercial license. Others have a free license for both personal and commercial use.
Serif fonts are the ones that have decorative strokes extending from the edges, or the feet of the letters. These fonts exude a traditional and elegant vibe, and are normally used in traditional print, such as newspapers and magazines.
This font, Voga, was designed by Charles Daoud. His idea was to mix contrasting straight lines, corners and curves. Each individual letter has a particular style with both thick and thin strokes. Voga is the perfect elegant font for formal invitations and large headings in editorial layouts.
The Lovelyn font, created by Craft Supply, comes with lots of decorative alternatives which can be used to give titles and names a slightly romantic and ornate style. This elegant font can be used for wedding invitations or book and magazine covers.
Glamor was designed by Hendrick Rolandez as an entire type family and is available in four weights: light, regular, medium and bold. Glamor is a perfect elegant font for any stylish design that needs a little bit more sophistication. It looks great in large titles and intertwined with background elements.
The classic style Fenix font has only one weight in capital and lowercase letters. Fernando Diaz designed this elegant font to work well in both titles and long text. It is available as both desktop version and webfont. This font is great for both printed materials and websites.
This calligraphy style serif font designed by Bernd Montag in 2007 has become one of a few classic elegant web fonts available for free. Chantelli Antiqua is great for text in invitations or titles in labels and tags. It works great paired with a simple sans font as well.
Vollkorn is a versatile elegant font family in four weights in both regular and italic. Designed by German designer Friedrick Althausen in 2005, this font is great not only for uppercase titles but also for long text in printed novels and websites. Vollkorn looks great in product labels and as a webfont.
Designer Yai Salinas created this font inspired by the classic Didot font. The added detailed dots give it a special sense of style in both uppercase and lowercase letters. This is a great font for specialty beverage labels or editorial titles in both printed and digital formats.
This long serif font designed by Japanese Sora Sagano is reminiscent of classic calligraphy fonts brought to a digital format. Medio works great for headers and titles and long-form text in a medium size. This font is perfect for both print and web.
Wallington Pro, designed by the Zeune Ink Foundry, is a decorative, elegant font reminiscent of old English style calligraphy and Art Deco finishings. It's a very special font for signatures, shop signs, invitations and logos. Ligatures and contextual alternatives are available for special compositions.
Oranienbaum is a tall font with angled serifs and delicate curves. Russian designer Oleg Pospelov was inspired by classic elegant fonts like Bodoni in his creation of Oranienbaum. The number glyphs in this font are particularly unique.
This serif font, Lora, is a perfect mix of curves and straight lines, which works great in long text. Lora works great paired with another display font for titles. This font is available for free in two weights: regular and bold.
Goudy Bookletter is a serif font with elegant angles in both serifs and bars. Designer Barry Schwartz was inspired by the Kennerley Old Style fonts, variants of the Goudy style fonts used in Italian and Dutch printing traditions. Goudy Bookletter works great in both titles and text and is available with glyphs for many languages.
Bodoni is one of the classic style fonts which has inspired hundreds of other elegant fonts. Bodoni is also one of the fonts that costs lots of money, so designers Casady and Greene created Bodoni FLF as a free alternative. This elegant font is great for all sorts of projects and designs.
Dubiel, a classic inspired font, designed by David Rakowski has long thin serifs in an elegant style. This font with clean lines is great for large titles and headings and can be paired with a simple sans serif for longer texts.
This luxurious font family is available in two elegant styles; stencil and sans. This means that both versions of the font can be used together as a perfect pairing. The stencil style has a special way of connecting the parts of the letters which makes it a great option for your stylish projects. The sans serif style is perfectly geometric and comes only in uppercase.
Designer Rajesh Rajput created this modern, elegant font with a whopping 20 different weights and multiple language support glyphs. Perfect for fashion and lifestyle projects, Gorgeous looks great in large titles and intertwined with background elements.
This modern elegant font, inspired by classic Didot fonts, can be used with or without flourishes. Wonderful for titles, subtitles and longer form texts, Luxia is a very stylish font with lots of possibilities for all sorts of creative projects.
Sans fonts like simplifica are considered elegant fonts because of their simplicity. The uppercase letters have straight lines and perfectly angled diagonals. The lowercase letters have curved terminals, creating a special tone in longer texts.
Designer Hendrick Rolandez created Coco with the fashion professional in mind. Thin, elongated letters with a special touch of transparency at the edges create wonderful titles and short bodies of text. Coco works wonderfully as a signature or a font as well.
This art deco inspired thin rounded font designed by Gabriele Magurno is good for those projects that need an elegant font with a bit of a twist. The different widths of the individual letters might need some kerning adjustments for better balance.
Zetafont designers created Cocomat, inspired by the style of the twenties and the art of Italian futurists. The detail of the lower bars gives this elegant font a special air of sophistication. The free version comes in two practical weights and only in uppercase.
If you are looking for that perfect elegant font with a younger twist, Penna is the right font for that. With long ascenders and descenders ending in curves, the lowercase letters are great for short paragraphs like book blurbs or quotes in postcards and social media graphics. This elegant font is ideal for the younger crowd.
Clearlight is a font which seamlessly joins elegance with industrialism. Designers from Nima Visual designed Clearlight to be used as titles, subtitles and short paragraphs. It would work great for a fancy robotics company or an upscale technological services brand.
Another art deco inspired font, Diner is an extra long and thin font that comes only in uppercase but in four very different weights. Designed by David Rakowski, Diner is perfect for titles and logos and would look great paired with a rounded calligraphy font.
Coves is that type of elegant font that works pretty much with any style of project. Not committing to any particular era or movement, the elegance in Coves comes from the perfectly geometric weight in both light and bold, uppercase and lowercase. Designer Jack Harvatt created one of the most versatile elegant fonts available today.
If casual elegance could come together in a font, it would be in this one. Casual has uniquely rounded point terminals, giving the letter a special air of nonchalance. This font works great for labels, sticker tags and invitations. Titles look wonderful while longer text could look a bit crowded.
Another great font by Craft Supply, Prestage is a tall, elegant font with solid and outline variations. This font works great for print or web and is perfectly suited for the creative industry. It looks great in titles and text alike, preferably for short, succinct paragraphs. Prestage is a great choice for elegant packaging, magazine covers, blog and even logos.
Designer Cristina Pagnotta created the Audrey font as an elegant sans serif alternative for titles and typographic compositions. It is available in three weights, and as regular or oblique. The variations inside the font allow for lots of possibilities for any elegant project on web and print alike.
This tall and modern elegant font is perfect for short statements. This font is particularly useful for social media graphics and other projects like sticker labels and posters. Argentine designer Mariano Diez took the elegance of a tall font and added just a bit more character to it.
This Scandinavian style elegant font designed by Asia Ang is particularly special for its ligatures. Rounded and condensed, Komoda is great for quotes and statements, logos and name cards. A modern sense of elegance gives this font a special air of comfort. 2b1af7f3a8