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Any font on the planet can be suitable for an art exhibition... depending on what art exhibition, what is the theme of it. Fonts are created through different periods in history. Do some research on the period of the art you are exhibiting and find a font that matches that period. Classical Rome, medieval times, renaissance, industrial era, digital era, etc. ...


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Don't open an SVG in Photoshop - that will rasterize it. In some instances I've found that Photoshop can have problems rasterizing an SVG, especially a complex one. Instead try placing the SVG using File > Place linked/embedded, or drag and drop the file into an existing document, where it will be converted into a Smart Object, and will remain a vector ...


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Amazon now provides their complete font set on Amazon Alexa Design Guides, the Typography page. There's a big blue Download button on the right of the page, which leads to this link (it's a direct download). The ZIP package contains all Amazon Fonts, including Amazon Ember, Amazon Ember Display and Bookerly (a serif font), with both desktop format (TrueType ...


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