10 Modern Web Font Pairings

One of the most fun parts of any visual identity and branding design project is choosing the fonts. That’s why it’s so great that HTML emails have expanded support to include web fonts as well. Typography is a key element of setting the mood and aesthetic style of a project. To get you thinking, here’s 10 modern font pairings. Each font combination is set with sample texts and layouts to capture the vibe of the typography.

Typographic concept art for modern font pairings. Jaime Blues + Merriweather.
Jaime Blues + Merriweather
Typographic concept art for modern font pairings. Andamar Rough + Logbond + Lato.
Andamar Rough + Logbond + Lato
Typographic concept art for modern font pairings. Allora + Delicious.
Allora + Delicious
Typographic concept art for modern font pairings. Satisfy + Raleway.
Satisfy + Raleway
Typographic concept art for modern font pairings. Coiny + Nunito.
Coiny + Nunito
Typographic concept art for modern font pairings. DIN Alternate + Fira Sans.
DIN Alternate + Fira Sans
Typographic concept art for modern font pairings. Catamaran + Fontin Sans.
Catamaran + Fontin Sans
Typographic concept art for modern font pairings. Cormorant + PT Sans.
Cormorant + PT Sans
Typographic concept art for modern font pairings. Josefin Sans + Source Sans Pro.
Josefin Sans + Source Sans Pro
Typographic concept art for modern font pairings. Open Sans + Lora.
Open Sans + Lora

Sources

Most of these web fonts are available through the CDN Google Fonts. However, others are available directly from the font foundries like the exljbris Font Foundry with an open license. Additionally some web fonts are available for purchase through Creative Market.

Photos are available through Unsplash, one of my favorite haunts.

All texts were found through online blogs and news sources. They of course belong to their respective authors.

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Lara Lee

I’m a designer, developer, and digital enthusiast, but at the heart of things I’m really a visual rhetorician—my work communicates through images to share your story, your way. When I’m not designing, I enjoy cross-country running and playing with my speedy parrot named Bullet.

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