18 Awesome Free Fonts
18 Awesome Free Fonts
18 Awesome Free Fonts is a collection of beautifully crafted free fonts for all your graphics projects. The free fonts list includes Craft, Retro, Brush Script, Grunge style that will add style and punch to your project. These free fonts can be used for personal or commercial usage.
Qeyla Script is a hand lettered combined with a simple and beautiful, can be used as the title, signature, logo, correspondence, wedding invitations, letterhead, signage, labels, newsletters, posters, badges, etc.
Loft Yian Script is a beautiful handwriting typeface. Perfect for many projects such as headings, signatures, logos, wedding invitations, t-shirts, letterheads, signages, labels.
LaSpacino Typeface is handmade brush and marker handlettering. Combining strong, rough, bold,and brushy typography with many features inside. Suitable for posters, shirt, or any design requirements.
Fanatic is, fun, modern, bold and multi-purpose typeface combines handwritten letters brush naturally. It is suitable for logos, packaging, titles, posters, t-shirts, etc. With 256 glyphs and 90 alternate character, you can mix and match according to your design Fanatic. Alternate characters are divided into several OpenType features such as ligature, alternately Contextual, alternating style, set style, and swash.
Adilla and Rita typeface, simple and easy to create awesome lettering, just type your words and then you will immediately see the great results. Perfect for: using in ink or watercolor based designs or on its own as bold hand-brushed lettering. Comes with upper and lowercase characters, large set of punctuation glyphs, numerals, and supports international languages. Can be used for various purposes. such as headings, logos, wedding invitation, t-shirt, letterhead, signage, label, news, posters, badges etc.
A brilliant font to use in all types of projects. Try out the lite version today for free!
Fun Sweety Donut Font is a fun font inspired by a tasty donut / doughnut. You can use this font as layer or individual. You will get Basic Character as you see on preview. All Files in .TTF and .OTF Hopefully you love it 🙂
ShellaHera Script Lite is a handwritten script font made using an original brush pen and scanned via high resolution to give this font its personality, a beautiful free font with a dancing baseline.
A typeface by Anton Bolin inspired by German frakturs with a twist of Sweden. It’s like german engineering combined with allemansrÃ¤tt. Like oktoberfest combined with smÃ¶rgÃ¥sbord.
This Font is Designed and kindly provided for free by Petar Acanski. You can find more of his work here: https://www.behance.net/acanski
You can purchase his fonts here: https://creativemarket.com/thizizraz
Bold, quirky and free for download – Blow Brush is a hand written font inspired by the hip hop culture and graffiti community. Even though the main intention was to bring that street style to your content, the importance of font functionality was a top priority. The result are legible letters, clear type, a lot of variations and a font that is useful for a wider audience.
I created Cavorting to test out Type 3.2, software for font creation and editing. There’s a free demo version if you want to try it — it has the most intuitive pen tool of any of the font software options I’ve tried.
This is a one-day font: I created the letterforms and did all the spacing and kerning in one day. That means that there are probably some kerning pairs that aren’t included, and some things might be a little off. But during that one day I did quite a few usability tests, and it looks good.
As always, I’d love to see what you do with it. If you use it in a project, drop me a line! – Missy Meyer
The process of teaching myself fontmaking continues! This time I’ve created my first script font with connections, using two weights of brushes in Adobe Illustrator. (Not all of the connections are perfect, but I’ve kerned quite a bit in here. Those fonts with perfect seamless connections? AMAZING. They must take epic amounts of time to create.)
I’d love to see what you use it in, so feel free to drop me a line with a link to your project! – Missy Meyer
With every font, I learn something new. This time around, I did my first ligatures. I’ve included the 15 lowercase letter pairs I thought were most common. (I skipped over “uu,” because I don’t know about you, but I don’t type “vacuum” all that often.) (Note: I hadn’t included “cc” originally. But the more I thought about it, the more words I thought of with that double-c in them. So I added “cc” to the mix.)
This was also my first attempt at creating the letters in Photoshop, instead of in Illustrator. Still not sure which one I’ll settle on; more testing is required.
I’ve also added in a few little extras in the Private Use Area. – Missy Meyer
Trying out more things, making more fonts. Like you do. Created in one day while I learned more aspects of type creation. – Missy Meyer
The other day, we were shopping at a Trader Joe’s, and I admired all of the hand-done signs in the store. Not just the big chalkboard pieces, but every small sign under every single product with the name and the price. So I made a note on my list of fonts that would be fun to make: grocery sign font.
(Did you know that each Trader Joe’s store has a sign artist? Or more than one? That would be a really cool job. But if I worked at Trader Joe’s, I’d be eating that half-popped popcorn every single day. That stuff is my Kryptonite.)
Anyhoo, here’s my grocery font. For the technically-minded, I made the characters in Illustrator using a calligraphic brush (-16Â° angle, 40% round). I re-used some strokes across the font for a little more uniformity than I usually get in my handwritten fonts.
I’ve also used the Private Use Area for the first time. And it won’t be the last! It’s fun to make up my own characters. As always: free for personal and commercial use! And I’d love to see how you use this, so feel free to drop me a line! – Missy Meyer
A brilliant typeface for all crafting projects!
Zombies is great font to incorporate in your projects and for a short time only it is available totally free of charge with Commercial License! The font is designed by MagicHandStudio, you can find more of their fonts here.
The Anomali typeface type is a hand painted typeface designed to help you to create the look of vintage, readable and balanced handwritten font style for any designs requirements. Try out the lite version free today!
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