Many designers tolerate or enjoy bold sans serifs and overly stylish typography which can make them sick, kind of like Art Deco fonts. Still, some beauty lies in curved sans work and medieval-style print glints, while edges are gently rounded with Renaissance work, while a bit of Gothicish opacity works natively into modern work.
Artists of the Art Nouveau movement evolved a visually dynamic style, a type of typography inspired by flowers, vines and floral designs. Its popularity reached maximum gusto in the late 19th century, initially illustrated in magazines and posters. The typographic taste took many forms: long haughty lilies for ladies’ calendars; classically curved letters with bulb-like stems for fashion dressmakers; ornamental flourishes for delicatessens, coffee bars, a shop specializing in the sale.
The best way to minimize going overboard with any particular style is to bring a perfect balance between them. Sometimes creating a balance between retro Nouveau and excessive modern style of fonts make them look class apart. In this article, we wanted to list some of the best-looking and popular Nouveau Art Fonts you can take your inspiration from.