Nothing is more exciting than finding a new, shiny, free, well designed Typeface online. Few things bring more joy to a Graphic Designer.
However, finding these mystical beasts online is much more difficult than you’d think. For every font gem there are scores of garbage to sift through (looking at you 1001fonts.com).
After spending hours of digging, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite free typefaces below. You’re welcome.
Designer: Fabian De Smet
This stunning modern serif typeface comes with 14 weights, including a unique stencil family. Yes, you read that right. 14 weights for free!
Designer: Osama El Khalfaoui
This unique geometric sans-serif typeface was inspired by 1920’s typography. It’s elegant, clean, highly legible and Perfect for any web or print project.
Designer: Sergey Ryadovoy
Big. Bold. Friendly. Approachable. This well-designed and impeccably kerned typeface is perfect for eye-catching headlines.
Designer: Dan Gneiding
This beautiful calligraphy inspired font has a lot of retro personality. Perfect for posters, book covers and headlines.
Designer: Remi Lagast
This squat typeface was inspired by video game typography and comes in three different font weights. It’s an elegant geometric sans serif every designer should have in their arsenal.
Designer: Klimov Design
This unique Russian inspired typeface has so much personality in each of its letterforms. The slight wave in each of the crossbars really makes this typeface standout.
Designer: Andrew Herndon
This modern serif font screams of elegance. Perfect for any project that needs an extra dose of style.
Designer: Ryan Pyae
This trendy weathered and vintage typeface comes in three different styles. It’s the perfect typeface to add an old-school hipster spin to any project.
Designer: Iulian Maftei
Beautiful and simple, this noble, clean and linear sans-serif font was designed with great attention to detail. Perfect for body copy and headlines alike.
Designer: Adilson Gonzales
This stunning typeface, inspired by Aircraft models from the 40’s, is perfect for headlines. It’s unique, memorable and comes with a stylish set of well-designed numbers.
New York-based graphic designer Bonnie Siegler once said: “Your choice of typeface is as important as what you do with it.” Every typeface has a unique personality and the potential to make or break any design piece. We hope this list helps you in your future design ventures!
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