What font styles should I select?
The font style should be selected on the basis of its visibility, readability, and consistency with the overall style of the sign.We offer 28 standard font styles in our Catalogs (and over 3000 fonts in our library). These 28 styles cover the range from formal and elegant to bold and easy-to-read to whimsical to rustic. All these have been selected because they are easy to read and are rugged when raised above the background. Not every font in this set is compatible with every sign size and shape; we will let you know when we prepare your Proof whether we can accommodate your choice of font with your choice of sign size and style, and message length. Our photo Galleries show a wide variety of font styles, but we can carve and paint any style of style of font if we can get the print files, and there are over 30,000 of them, with new ones being created every day. Generally signs are most readable when san-serif font styles such as Arial, Helvetica, Calibri and Verdana are used, often in Bold style. Italics and all-caps are less readable regular than upper/lower case text.