10 Free Fonts To Add To Your Collection

Free fonts to add to your collection… YAY! Everybody loves free fonts. We’ve collated what we think are the top 10 fonts that we have discovered so far this year (have we mentioned that they’re free?). This collection has got something for every project from monospaced to a hand drawn brush effect, have a look and let your imagination run wild! (Don’t forget to check the usage terms before creating your next masterpiece).

 

1. Bebas Tam

bebas-font

Bebas font reinterpretation by Marci Borbás.

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2. Brasilia

Brasilia-font

Brasilia was designed as part of Multi Collective branding project. As Brasilia (the city) itself, it holds an old-modern design. It comes in Regular, Condensed, Extended and Thin. By Antonio Rodrigues.

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3. Bukhari Script

bukhari-font

Created from a bold line with a computer mouse. Useful for various design project, for web or printing with several OpenType Features; Contextual Alternate, Stylistic Alternate, Standard Ligature & Fraction. By Mikrojihad Inc.

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4. Freschezza

Freschezza-font

A dynamic font with Regular and Italic styles and 4 types of shape. Is perfect to create poster, postcard, canvas, 3D letters and is suitable for titles and short paragraphs. By Marco Oggian.

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5. Pier

pier-font

A modern and structured font. By Mathieu Desjardins.

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6. Lovato

lovato-font

A family of five fonts, perfect for branding applications, books, or poster designs that require a clear, sharp, stylish tone. By Philatype.

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7. Ahamono

ahamono-font

A free monospaced typeface by Alfredo Marco Pradil.

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8. Liquido

liquido-font

A free typeface which includes two versions: regular and fluid style. Designed by Alessandro Comotti.

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9. Besom

besom-font

A free hand drawn brush font. By Krisjanis Mezulis.

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10. Cute Punk

cutepunk-font

Available in light, regular and bold. Created by flou and cute punk.

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Now for the hard part, picking one! Which font is your favourite?

Posted: May 2015

Author: Slate Team Member

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