Have you ever felt so stuck when creating a project because you just can’t decide which typeface to use? Well, we’ere here to make your life a little bit easier.
This article contains 10 of what we think are, if not the best, then definitely great fonts that you could use in your next project. That’s not even the best part in all of this. Most of all, they come for free! So what are you waiting for? Go through this article and start looking for the font for you.
Brush Hand New
Brush Hand new was inspired by a copy of Flash Bold crated by Edwin W Shaar. A free brush font for everybody to use, this new version is a whole lot better than the previous one because it is simpler and more refined. The softer and smoother flowing glyphs make it qualified to be used for titles and display purposes.
Jamie Wilson created this great condensed geometric sans serif font that you could use for absolutely no charge at all! Among the forms that the letters in this font come in are in small caps, uppercase, numbers and symbols.
If you’re a big fan of Slab Serif typefaces, you’ll definitely like what you’re about to see. Klinic is a contemporary and versatile typeface designed by Joe Prince. It comes in 4 weights and the italic versions of each.
If old-school is how you roll, then you might want to check Hagin out. This new and free serif font courtesy of Fontfabric was created with strong geometric forms. You can use this fon on absolutely any type of graphic design: web, print, motion graphics, you name it!
If you’re familiar with the Lato font created by Lukasz Dziedzic, then Aleo is its contemporary slab serif companion. Its sleek structure and semi-rounded details give it its strong personality. This highly readable font comes in three weights and six styles with corresponding italics.
Burma-basaed typographer Zarni created this playful typeface that you could use for a variety of purposes. This package comes with the capital and lower case letters, plus symbols and punctuation marks.
Hendrick Rolandez created this sleek and sophisticated typeface. This set includes 24 fonts that have over 200 unique characters per font. Use it for both personal and commercial purposes as you would please.
V.GER Grotesque is a clean font that you could use for headlines and other titles. It comes in light, italic and bold.
This typeface, designed by Antonio Rodrigues, is a sleek and unique typeface that will definitely catch an attention or two. London comes in upper case, lower case, special characters and numbers.
Simon Startford is the creator of this awesome slab serif typeface. With over 200 glyphs, Airbag now also comes in uppercase and lowercase letters and is suited for posters and big headlines.
Great is an understatement to describe the fonts enumerated in this article. Try one now and discover the different awesome things you could do when you use one of these fonts for your projects.