36 Outstanding free and premium Fonts for your next project

36 Outstanding free and premium Fonts for your next project

Free and Premium Fonts that catches everyone eyes in any kind of project, From brand identities and packaging to editorial pieces and website designs and application design.

These are fonts from some of the biggest type foundries in the world—although you’ll find a few options from the independents, too. Take a look and see which one is suit to your needs better and let us know in the comment section.

It’s been an incredible year for type lovers everywhere. With more independent foundries launching than ever before and the industry’s established names pumping out fresh specimens each month, there’s never been a better time to find the right fonts for your projects.

we’ve done a little research to uncover the top 36 typefaces that are proving popular with graphic designers and those we think will be a big hit in 2020.

From sans serif and slab to serif and display, we’ve thrown in some existing well-known fonts as well as brand new contenders – all designed to give your work that edge you’ve been looking for while maintaining essential clarity and readability.

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1. Ambit

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CoType Foundry’s Ambit is an eccentric and unique sans serif font inspired by early grotesques but adapted for modern use. With seven weights and a distinctive look, it’s no surprise that we’ve seen it used for branding, packaging, and editorial projects, both printed and online.

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2. Plantin

An old-style serif named after the 16th-century printer, Christophe Plantin, this typeface was created in 1913 by the British Monotype Corporation for its hot metal typesetting system. Body text in Plantin has a rich texture and is ideally suited for editorial or book designs – though it performs perfectly well on screens as well. We’ve seen Plantin make something of a comeback in recent months and its growing popularity shows no sign of slowing.

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3. Futura PT

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Paratype’s new take on Futura is everywhere. Designed for the Bauer company in 1927 by Paul Renner, it’s easy to see why the uniform type system is proving such a hit with our design students. It consists of seven weights with corresponding obliques and eight condensed styles, all coordinated in letterforms, metrics, and weights, so they work better together.

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4. Untitled Sans

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Untitled Sans is a plain neogrotesk sans based on the ideas of Jasper Morrison and Naoto Fukasawa’s Super Normal project. Throughout 2019, we’ve seen it pop up in many students’ projects. We can only thank Morrison and Fukasawa for bringing this brilliant typeface to life.

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5. FF Meta

Designed by Erik Spiekermann, FF Meta has popped up in quite a few projects at Shillington throughout 2019. The humanist sans serif typeface family was released in 1991 intended to be a “complete antithesis of Helvetica”, which he deemed “boring and bland”. It’s always been on our radar, but it’s been interesting to see it as one of this year’s more prominent fonts.

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6. TT Norms Pro


Hailed as a best-selling modern geometric sans, TT Norms Pro has 22 styles ­– 11 upright, 11 italics – and two variable fonts giving unlimited possibilities. It’s a reliable workhorse that will undoubtedly be in every designer’s toolkit in 2020.

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7. Sentinel

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If you’ve ever wished Clarendons had italics or that your favourite slab serif had a few more weights and was able to look good in small text, then Sentinel by Hoefler&Co is the perfect typeface for you. And it’s a modern slab serif that’s getting a lot of attention in our design community.

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8. Sweet Sans

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Mark van Bronkhorst designed Sweet Sans as a tribute to the engraver’s sans serif. It’s a family based on the lettering templates called ‘master plates’ but updated for contemporary use. Not surprisingly, it’s made quite an impression in 2019, and we think it’ll remain a bestseller over the next 12 months.

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9. Univers

Univers was created in 1957 by Adrian Frutiger for Charles Peignot at Deberny & Peignot. A neo-grotesque sans-serif, it was one of the first consistent typeface families and has been quite the popular choice for designers everywhere. Our students loved using this typeface over the last 12 months, and we can see it being a top font in 2020, too.

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10. Brandon Grotesque

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Influenced by the geometric-style sans serif faces popular in the 1920s and ’30s, Brandon Grotesque is another big prediction for 2020. Designed by Hannes von Döhren, it’s functional with a dash of warmth – and is something our students can’t get enough of. With plenty of weights and italics to choose from, and already pitched as a “modern classic”, we can understand why.

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11. Peignot

A stressed sans-serif, Peignot has almost become a symbol for France and all things French since its launch in 1937. Designed by the poster artist A. M. Cassandre, it mixes capital and lowercase forms in such a pleasing way that it’s no wonder the typeface continues to set trends today.

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12. Mantra

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A new and experimental sans-serif typeface, Mantra by Cynthia Torrez is perfect for brand identities, logotype, headline text and captions. So much so, we’ve seen it in many student projects this year.

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13. Minion

Robert Slimbach’s Minion was released in 1990 by Adobe. Inspired by late Renaissance-era type and intended for body text, the serif typeface is popping up in many editorial projects at Shillington. We think it’ll find even more ground in 2020.

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14. Supria Sans

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Another excellent typeface by Hannes von Döhren, Supria Sans is a type system with true italics and true obliques inspired by the practicality of Swiss type design with a more playful slant of subtle curves and fine detailing. Blown up it looks impactful and gorgeous; at smaller sizes, clean and classic. A great option for 2020.

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15. Formula Condensed


This versatile typeface has a bold and racy condensed look with the flexibility of a grotesque. And it’s graphically unique with wide alternates to the uppercase, numerals, and some symbols. We’ve seen a lot of it in 2019 and have a feeling it’s going nowhere anytime soon.

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16. Matrice

A sans-serif display font family in eight weights with matching neutral italics, Matrice is rising up the font charts at Shillington. Supporting over 75 languages and influenced by the Grotesk typefaces developed in the early 20th Century, we can see why it’s a leader. Perfect for branding, logotype, headline text, and caption.

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17. Panama


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18. Aeonik


Mark Bloom of Mash Creative has just launched his own foundry, CoType, after years of creating his own font families. We love Aeonik. Described as a “structural workhorse, crafted with mechanical detail”, it’s conceived as a “neo-grotesque with a geometric skeleton” and comes in seven weights and italics, so you can get full use out of the family.


19. NewsSans

NewsSans by Character Type

Content continues to be king. And it’s going nowhere in 2020. Which is why we love Character Type’s latest typeface system, NewsSans. Incorporating no fewer than 90 styles, it allows you to create a varied typographic look, effortlessly ranging from loud and expressive, to subtle and reserved. The large x-height combined with low ascenders and descenders allows for tight and efficient designs. All sharp corners were trimmed off to add character and nuance of extra space.

We especially like how NewsSans’ strokes link humanist curves with ‘American Grotesque’ details and solid square stems. The system contains nine weights from hairline to black, and five widths from compressed to extended, each accompanied by a proper italic. Free trial fonts are available exclusively via


20. Beatrice Display

Beatrice Display by Sharp Type

eatrice is a new kind of typeface by New York foundry, Sharp Type. The family is an exploration of contrast methodologies, combining various aspects from the canon expansionist systems, inverted contrast, and the contrast behaviour of standard sans-serif grotesks.

“These methodologies were dissected and used as cornerstones in building our own system, with the final result landing largely in unexplored territory,” explains Sharp Type. “Built on the foundation of a traditional American Gothic but with tight-as-can-be spacing, the superfamily spans a robust set of weights and includes two optical sizes: a super high-contrast, tightly packed Display cut, as well as a standard low-contrast cut, designed to function beautifully in a wide range of optical sizes.”

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21. Untitled Sans

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Untitled Sans by Klim. Design by Holt

Brought to you by New Zealand foundry Klim, Untitled Sans is a plain, Neo Grotesk sans validated by the ideas of Jasper Morrison and Naoto Fukasawa’s Super Normal project.

It has the same principles applied to it as its complementary typeface, Untitled Serif, which is drawn from the old-style genre of types: the post-Caslon, pre-Times workhorses offered by almost every metal type foundry of the time. This is a typeface we’re seeing again and again.


22. Gilroy

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Gilroy by Radomir Tinkov

Gilroy is a modern sans serif with a touch of geometry. Designed by Radomir Tinkov, it’s a younger brother of the original Qanelas font family and comes in 20 weights and 10 uprights with matching italics. Rather wonderfully, the Light & ExtraBold weights are free of charge, so you can use them to your heart’s content.


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23. DIN Next

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DIN Next by Monotype

DIN is that classic typeface you always root for – the one you want to use but just can’t bring yourself to because it’s limited in its range of weights and widths. The century-old design has proven to be timeless, but it needed a modern update. That’s where DIN Next steps nicely in – a versatile sans serif family that will never go out of style.

This classic design turned modern must-have, created by Akira Kobayashi, includes seven weights that range from light to black, each of which has a complementary italic and condensed counterpart. There are also four rounded designs, stretching the original concept’s range and core usability. And there’s a suite of small capitals, old-style figures, subscript, superscript and several alternate characters.

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24. Recoleta

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Recoleta by Latinotype

Just like Grandma’s best recipe, Recoleta combines a variety of ingredients – from various popular 1970s typefaces, such as the soft and gentle shapes found in Cooper or the fluid, angled strokes in Windsor, mixed into one single design that features familiar, yet fresh, modern flavours.

Published by Latinotype, its variety of weights provide a range of choices that will help you find the best typographic colour for your project. Lighter weights are well-suited for body text while heavier ones are ideal for high impact headlines. The available stylistic alternates offer a number of different characters that give your logo or business card a unique look.

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25. Fann Grotesque

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Fann Grotesque by Colophon

Fann Grotesque by Colophon has upright styles that seem to capture the broader spirit of 19th century British Grotesque, exploring its idiosyncrasies and imperfections. The designs draw inspiration from a number of British type foundries including Stephenson Blake, Day & Collins and Miller & Richard. I’ll give you an example – the floral italics adopt an unusually cursive style for a sans serif, a gesture sparked by a page from a Fann Street Letter Foundry type specimen.

Available in nine weights: Thin, ExtraLight, Light, Book, Regular, Medium, SemiBold, Bold and Black – all with corresponding true italics.

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26. Doyle

Doyle by Sharp Type

Another one to come out of Sharp Type is Doyle, a period piece and “loving synthesis of two iconic styles that became the visual backdrop of a generation”. Taking cues from Lucas Sharp’s ode to Cooper Black drawn from memory and a style reminiscent of ITC American Typewriter to create something entirely new, the coherent family is both structured and loose, with “inky wetness positively brimming with life”.

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27. Albertus Nova

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Albertus Nova by Monotype

Courtesy of Monotype, Albertus Nova is a digital revival of Berthold Wolpe’s earlier design of Albertus. This new design enlarges the typeface set from its previous two weights into a robust set of five ranging from thin to black, all with extended language support including Cyrillic and Greek.

Berthold Wolpe began working on Albertus in 1932, at the encouragement of Stanley Morison. Morison saw an example of Wolpe’s engraved lettering and liked it so much that he commissioned a typeface based on the design. Since then, the original Albertus typeface has been used on book covers, in branding, on signs and in video games. We expect to see a lot more of this font in 2020.

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28. FF Mark

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FF Mark by Monotype

Created in 2013 by German type designers Hannes von Döhren, Christoph Koeberlin and the FontFont Type Department, FF Mark contains 10 weights from Hairline to Black and is ideally suited for film and TV, advertising and packaging, editorial and publishing, logo, branding, music and nightlife, software and gaming, sports as well as web and screen design. It also comes with a complete range of figure set options – old-style and lining figures, each in tabular and proportional widths.

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29. TT Norms Pro

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TT Norms Pro by TypeType

Considered to be one of bestselling geometric sans ever released, TT Norms Pro is a reliable workhorse. With classic type character proportions, the designers (Ivan Gladkikh, TypeType Team and Pavel Emelyanov) have given us eleven weights and eleven corresponding italics, two variable fonts, small capitals, stylistic alternates, ligatures, and broad support of OpenType features. This is a family that can be easily adapted for different purposes. TT Norms Pro works equally well in large text arrays and in small headings, and it is “the one” universal geometric grotesk.

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30. Coign

Coign by Colophon

Coign by Colophon is an extensive study of condensed forms based on the DeLittle type foundry’s Elongated Sans. “DeLittle’s type challenges conventional letterforms, pushing the notion of what is ‘condensed’ to the absolute limit,” says the foundry. “A quoin, Coyne, coigne or, in this case, Coign, is a wedge-like device used in letterpress printing to lock type and spacing material into place within a chase or directly onto a press.

“Combining the systematic approach of Adrian Frutiger’s Univers and the eccentricities of 19th and 20th-century wood type, Coign offers a vast range of condensed styles that explore how the relationship between counter form and letterspacing can alter the expression and texture of type.”

Super condensed designs are typically limited to a small range of styles as part of a much larger family, but Coign offers 28 styles with seven weights in four different widths – all of them super condensed. It’s no wonder this font is proving a hit.

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31. Neue Haas Grotesk

Neue Haas Grotesk by Monotype

The first weights of Neue Haas Grotesk were designed in the late 1950s by Max Miedinger with input from Eduard Hoffmann. Neue Haas Grotesk was to be the answer to the British and German grotesques that had become hugely popular thanks to the success of functionalist Swiss typography. The typeface was soon revised and released as Helvetica by Linotype AG.

As Neue Haas Grotesk had to be adapted to work on Linotype’s hot metal line casters, Linotype Helvetica was in some ways a radically transformed version of the original. During the transition from metal to phototypesetting, Helvetica underwent additional modifications. And in the 1980s Neue Helvetica was produced as a rationalised, standardised version.

Designer Christian Schwartz later released a digital revival of Neue Haas Grotesk, marking an opportunity to set history straight. “Much of the warm personality of Miedinger’s shapes was lost along the way. So rather than trying to rethink Helvetica or improve on current digital versions, this was more of a restoration project: bringing Miedinger’s original Neue Haas Grotesk back to life with as much fidelity to his original shapes and spacing as possible (albeit with the addition of kerning, an expensive luxury in handset type).”

Schwartz’s revival was originally commissioned in 2004 by Mark Porter for the redesign of The Guardian, but not used. Schwartz completed the family in 2010 for Richard Turley at Bloomberg Businessweek. Its thinnest weight was designed by Berton Hasebe.

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32. Harriet

Harriet by Okay Type
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Harriet is a serif typeface brought to you by Okay Type. It’s sort of a contemporary reimagining of Baskerville with a dash of Scotch Roman. A versatile family, it has two optical sizes and a range of weights. The display styles are exuberant enough to sparkle at large sizes, while the text styles are more restrained, with a sturdiness more appropriate for everyday use.

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33. Avenir Next

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Avenir Next by Linotype

Akira Kobayashi worked alongside Avenir’s esteemed creator Adrian Frutiger to bring Avenir Next Pro to life. A new take on a classic, it’s an expansion of the original concept that takes the font to the next level.

As well as the standard styles ranging from ultra-light to heavy, this 32-font collection offers condensed faces that rival any other sans on the market in on and off-screen readability at any size alongside heavyweights that would make excellent display faces in their own right and have the ability to pair well with so many contemporary serif body types. Overall, the family’s design is clean, straightforward and works brilliantly for blocks of copy and headlines alike.

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34. Nib

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Nib by Colophon
Although Nib was originally triggered by a stone carving Dries Wiewauters spotted in Denmark, the final family is a blend of multiple influences. Initially developed for the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent, Belgium – in close collaboration with Ruud Ruttens, the head of their design department – Nib is now available for licensing.Both the serifs and idiosyncratic overhanging forms such as the «f», «j» and «y» give it an elegant, yet eccentric quality. There are multiple different gestures occurring, some based on calligraphy, others from stone-carving. But together they create a symbiosis that balances many opposite qualities. “Nib strives to be both friendly and aggressive in the same moment, thus allowing it to be moulded and applied to a wide range of contexts,” explains Colophon, the foundry behind the type family, which is available in five weights (Light, Regular, Semibold, Bold, and Black) with corresponding italics.DownloadFont

35. Silk Serif

Silk Serif by SilkType

Rakel Tómasdóttir is the person behind Silk Serif, a high-contrast typeface with thin, pointy, heavily bracketed serifs, and ball terminals in the appropriate places, as well as bracketed junctions in various letterforms. The main feature of this delicate and legible typeface is the disconnection between the bowls and the stems. However, the bowl is very close to the stem, creating the illusion of connection. A sophisticated choice for your projects.

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36. Visuelt

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Visuelt by Colophon

Originally created as a bespoke typeface for the 2013 and 2014 identity of design conference and competition Visuelt (Oslo, Norway) – also known as the National Norwegian Design Awards – this typeface spawned from a more considered and constrained version of Aperçu. “From its initial roots and underlying aesthetic, new details were brought in to remove some of the more distinguishable features of Aperçu to make way for a new tone of voice and trajectory,” explains Colophon Foundry.

“We revised and revisited the typeface and produced additional weights to accompany the pre-existing Regular. The Lightest of these weights took on thin precise curves, whereas the heaviest weight counters were opened and sharp terminal ends chiselled to provide small technical details to an otherwise brut-ish and heavy face.”

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110 Best Free Fonts for Branding and Identity Design

110 Best Free Fonts for Branding and Identity Design

We all know that it is very important to choose the right font when working on a brand design projects. The decision on what font to use is a critical point in any logo design. When speaking about business logos, large companies requires elegant, clean and not too fancy.

You can choose any typeface for your client’s brand, but it should be unique and must have a valid license. So free fonts are one of the best resources of type for logos, which is available to free for commercial use and the most modest of budgets as well.

Fonts play a vital role in bringing any design to life, be it web design, logo design or a business card. Each design demands for an appropriate font for it to be effective. A font can vary in design and change the entire tone of your design. Some fonts provide a stylish and artistic look, while some fonts are flamboyant. Some standard fonts and their variations are ideal for corporate styles while some are designed to be eye-catching. At the same time, you would find many free fonts that are simple and elegant and fulfill their purpose of blending in with the design without stealing the light from the focal element.

This list of 108 free fonts has been compiled keeping in mind the various effects a font brings to the table.

Fonts can be categorized based on their basic structural design. These categories also considered as themes help designers make an informed decision about the effect a font would add.

● Sans-serif: Sans serif is one of the most simple and easily readable font categories. It is most suited for short text settings such as web content, credits or captions.

● Serif: Serif is an entirely neutral font design family. The text is not too fancy or alarming and hence is repeatedly used for long texts such as in magazines or newspapers.

● Display: Display fonts are great for bringing attention to titles and highlighting images making them a popular choice for any graphic designer.

● Rounded: These fonts have a rounded shape distinguishing them from the others while remaining neutral in design.

● Graffiti: The fonts that fall in this category are inspired by hip-hop culture and street art making them great for specific niche requirements.

● Vintage: Inspired by the retro themes, Vintage fonts can be used in posters both print and digital.

● Script calligraphy: Script Calligraphy is one of the most popular typeface categories which are ideal for poetry, invitations and letters.

● Unusual: Certain aesthetic and unique font styles cannot be categorized in the conventional font categories. These are the unusual fonts and are often preferred to create a logo since they stand out from the rest.

There are thousands of vibrant and varied options for free logotype fonts, which you can download from various font resource sites, but that may not be suitable for your professional brand logo design. Choosing a free font can be difficult because only a small amount of quality fonts are available on the internet and that’s not easy to find all fonts are high quality.

In this collection, we’ve gathered together 108 of the best free logo font options out there. Browse through, you can download the appropriate choice for you. Don’t forget to let us know if you use them in a project with #graphicroozane @graphicroozane or #gillde @gilldemedia in your instagram posts.

Let’s Have A Look At 108 Best Free Fonts for Branding and Identity Design


branding fontsWalk-On is a free retro font boasts simple shapes and reduced ornamental structures. Yet still yielding an overall art deco – influenced look and feel. The font is ideal for headlines. This font can also be utilized for editorial copy due to a vast array of alternate letterforms, initials and numerals. It gives the user multiple options for flexible and exciting text design. Walk-On was designed by Hong Kong-based Hanson Chan and Frames.


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It is a simple typeface with a techy feel and a strict, geometric origin. Prime was designed by Bulgaria-based graphic designer Max Pirsky. He wanted to create something that offers great readability in various sizes yet still offers enough subtle differences to stand out. The font can be used in a variety of ways from distinct titles to body text.


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Kolikö was created by designers Alex Frukta and Vladimir Tomin. Kolikö is a geometric, sans serif with plain curves and a clean, functional structure. The font is available in regular, thin and bold styles. Kolikö is suitable for headlines of all sizes.


branding fontsAileron is a neogrotesque sans serif font designed by a Japanese designer Sora Sagano. The design basis of Aileron is close to Helvetica, but conceptually it has also become rather close to Univers. Aileron is provided with a mechanical italic that has undergone corrections to prevent any visual discomfort. In addition, this font family has taken advantage of the multiple master to create several weights which go from UltraLight to Black. The main aspect of this font is its versatility.


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Lombok is a modern free font, designed by Switzerland-based graphic designer Alexandre Pietra. The font is great for logos, flyers and posters.


2019 free fontsMohave is an all caps display font, built with smooth height and dynamic glyph. The typeface was created by type designer Gumpita Rahayu. Mohave Typeface is good for display type such as headlines, posters, titles and more. It is designed for large points setting, contains three weights includes regular, semi bold, and bold italic.


2019 free fontsBig John is a bold, geometric design accompanied by a sister font. Slim Joe is an ultra-light version of its bigger brother. The font was designed and released by Spain-based graphic designer Ion Lucin. Both designs are free for personal and commercial use.

08. Anders

2019 free fontsAnders is a free font featured by a minimal and unique design. Anders was an experimental project by United Kingdom-based designer Tom Anders Watkins.

09. BONN

2019 free fontsBonn is a simple geometric font with three weights (Light, Regular and Bold) designed by Germany based design studio villa. The font is great for logos, headings and posters. It comes with a full set of capital and small letters, numbers and some punctuation. Bonn was designed for use at larger sizes and looks especially good in all caps.


2019 free fontsBeyno was designed by Switzerland based graphic designer Fabian Korn. It is an uppercase design, which is good for eye-catching headlines, posters and much more. This typeface is free for both personal and commercial use.


2019 free fontsCoves is a free sans typeface with simple rounded edges, which is great for titles and logo designs. The font was designed by graphic and type designer Jack Harvatt. This free typeface comes with two weights, light and bold. Coves was inspired by his place of study, Falmouth, UK.


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Cast Iron is a condensed, all-caps typeface with an angular design. The font is great for logos, branding, apparel and headlines. Cast Iron has been creating bold typography with a solid, industrial style, created by Canada-based designer Jeremy Vessey.


2019 free fontsExodus is a luxurious lines display serif typeface with a smorgasbord of unique alternative characters. The font was designed by USA-based graphic and type designer Andrew Herndon. Exodus was designed to create stellar unique character, which is great for logos and headings while giving full control to the designer.


2019 free fontsDebby is a free font that designed to feel personal and imperfect with the irregular bouncy characters and rough shapes speak for itself. It is a hand-drawn brush typeface to make your works looks natural. Debby can use it for anything from wedding invitations, logos, posters, greeting cards and more.


2019 free fontsCornerstone is a no-nonsense modular font, created by USA-based graphic designer Zac Freeland. The eye-catching design font is great for headlines, posters and much more.


2019 free fontsBlenda Script is a bold vintage script typeface. It is a free experimental font from Seniors Studio, inspired by Lobster font. Blenda Script can be suitable for various purposes, including news, posters, logos and more.

17. Tracks Type

2019 free fontsTrack type is all caps fonts and alphabet only, inspired with railway tracks slash, static, dynamic, and clean. Tracks type comes in two different styles – medium and slanted. It was designed for display type such as headlines, poster, title, etc. This font was designed by Indonesia-based design student Gumpita Rahayu.


2019 free fontsAnurati is a new, free uppercase font with a futuristic flavour, created by France-based graphic designer Emmeran Richard. You can modify the colours of Anurati to suit your needs as well. Anurati is available free for both personal and commercial use.


Norwester is a condensed geometric sans serif typeface with uppercase and small caps letters. The font is great for logos and other high-impact type. Norwester was designed by designer/developer Jamie Wilson.

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2019 free fontsLumberjack is a free distressed typeface comes in four different styles, including regular, rough, inline and shadow. The font is great for a variety of projects, headlines and poster in particular. This typeface is free for both personal and commercial use. Lumberjack was produced by designer Aleksei Kalinin.


2019 free fontsIt is a bold and stylish retro-inspired script typeface, designed by Artimasa Studio. Streetwear looks like 1960s/70s-inspired style commonly found on sportswear and jerseys. This font is suitable for logos, posters, branding, packaging and t-shirt design.


2019 free fontsLeague Spartan is a new classic, bold, modern and geometric sans-serif typeface with a single strong weight. The font is great for logos and other stand-alone typography. League Spartan looks impressive in all caps.


2019 free fontsTimber is very versatile free font with the lines are perfectly aligned to be connected to each other. You can easily combine the letters to achieve great typographic effects, designed by Turkey-based designer Mehmet Reha Tugcu. The font is perfect for posters, headlines, logos and any design situation where you have a bold typographic message to convey.


2019 free fontsButler is designed by Belgium-based creative and graphic designer Fabian De Smet. It is a free serif typeface inspired by both Dala Floda and the amazing Bodoni family, The font is great for posters, books & fancy stuff, very big titles and also the highly contrasted butler typeface is pleased to be at your service.


logo fontsAnsley Display is a free retro-style, slab serif typeface, design in all caps. The font is great for headlines, large display, adding a sporty and casual vibe to your design. Ansley Display was designed by USA-based graphic designer Kady Jesko.


logo fontsFenix is a free serif typeface designed for display and long texts. The foundations of this typeface are based in calligraphy, with strong serifs and rough strokes. The font is elegant at large sizes and legible while with a lot of rhythm in small sizes. Fenix was designed by TipoType graphic designer Fernando Díaz.


logo fontsBebas Neue is a sans serif font family, designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa, Dharma Type Foundry. Bebas Neue comes with four new weights – thin, light, book, and regular that added to the original big, bold Bebas and Bebas Neue typefaces. The font is great for eye-catching statements, headlines, posters and anywhere you need a strong typographic focal point.


logo fontsReckoner was designed by Australian graphic designer Alex Dale. It is a free font inspired to sans serif typefaces like Bebas Neue, Alegre Sans & Dharma Gothic. Reckoner is available in 2 weights – regular and bold. This typeface is ideal for logotypes & headings, which is free for both personal and commercial use.

29. EGG

logo fontsEgg is a fat belly, lean brain and flat design free typeface, designed by French graphic designer and illustrator Vivien Bertin. It is perfectly suitable for logo design. The font comes with four weights – light, bold, 45° and -45°.


logo fontsModerne Sans is a clean and sharp sans serif typeface with art deco flair, created by Germany-based media designer Marius Kempken. The font is inspired by typefaces from the 1920s that includes uppercase, lowercase, numbers and some alternative letters too. Moderne Sans is great for posters, logos, titles, headlines and more.


logo fontsAilerons is a clean, all-caps display font, inspired by aircraft models from the 1940s, created by Brazilian designer Adilson Gonzales de Oliveira. The font was originally designed for an experimental air models project and Ailerons is now available for personal use.


logo fontsPier is a modern and structured typeface, designed by Canadian senior art director Mathieu Desjardins. It is a clean sans serif font, which is perfectly suitable for your everyday designs and text needs. Pier comes in four weights – regular, italic, bold and bold italic. The idea was to create a slightly off geometric font that would look as good big or very small.


logo fontsBadhead is a free fresh looking font, comes with stylistic alternates, ligatures, and ornaments for easy customization, designed by ianmikraz studio. The font is great for logotypes, branding, greeting cards, or any design with a strong and elegant touch.


logo fontsDesigned by Milan-based art director Domenico Ruffo, Quartz 974 is a typology of font inspired by simple and geometric lines as triangle. The font is great for titles, logos and posters, that’s why it is composed by only capital letters and numbers.


Fakedes is a new free rounded and outline serif font, designed by Russian graphic designer Cyril Mikhailov. This antiqua display typeface is ideal for logotypes & headings, which is free for both personal and commercial use. Fakedes is available in 2 weights – regular and bold.


logo fontsBukhari Script is a bold monoline cursive free font, designed by Indonesia-based Mikrojihad Inc. This typeface can be used for various design projects, which is great for logotype, posters, signage, badges, bussiness card, t-shirt design and more. Bukhari Script is created from a bold line with a computer mouse. The font comes with four weights – standard, stylistic alternate, stylistic set and combination.


logo fontsPorto is a free sans display typeface, designed by Uppertype. The font is especially designed for logo design. Porto is free for both personal and commercial use.


logo fontsCenotaph Titling is an engravers typeface inspired by the inscriptions of Eric Gill, designed by Tallinn-based freelance graphic designer and letterer Lewis McGuffie. It is an OpenType format that contains 10 discretionary ligatures useful for stylistic and practical spacing purposes, and also 3 alternate ampersands and proportional old style numerals. Cenotaph Titling is free for both personal and commercial use.


logo fontsElixia was designed by Manila-based artist and designer Kimmy Lee, which is a slightly condensed typeface inspired by the hexagonal grid system. This typeface has a strong vertical emphasis, with a solid and geometric feel. Elixia is a single-weight typeface that consists of 200 characters and glyphs that includes uppercase, lowercase, numerals, extended characters, accents and stylistic alternates.

40. ALEO

logo fontsAleo is a slab serif design with slightly round edges for a friendly, accessible appearance and good readability. The font comes with three weights – light, regular and bold with corresponding true italics. Aleo is great for websites, brochures and other promotional materials. This font was designed by Dublin-based Alessio Laiso.


logo fontsHallo Sans is a non-traditional design with unique letter shapes, created by Norway’s graphic designer Fredrik Staurland. Hallo Sans is available in three weights – regular, black and light. The font is great for adding some unexpected quirkiness to casual projects.


logo fontsLeoscar is a cool, modern, serif and sans serif typeface, designed by Dhaka-based designer Faridul Haque.


logo fontsAudrey is an elegant and free typeface, created by London-based freelance designer Cristina Pagnotta. The font comes in three weights – regular, medium and bold with regular and oblique variations. Audrey works well with paragraphs, headlines and typographic compositions.


logo fontsElianto is a free sans serif typeface, designed by Amsterdam-based web and graphic designer Emanuele Papale. The font is great for headings, titles and logos.

45. MOSK

logo fontsMosk is a free sans-serif typeface with noble, clean and linear, created by Romanian advertising student Iulian Maftei. The font is great for your logos and designs. The font comes with nine weights – thin, extralight, light, regular, book, medium, bold, black and ultra.

46. AXIS

logo fontsAxis is an all caps sans serif font inspired by the geometry of the urban environment, designed by Jean Wojciechowski. It is a free bold typeface that includes a full set of upper and lowercase letters, numbers and special characters.


logo fontsAlcubierre is a geometric sans serif typeface, created by Canada’s graphic designer Matt Ellis. The font looks nice in all caps, which is great for logos, posters, headings, subheadings, perhaps on a resume or presentation and more.


logo fontsBalqis is a feminine calligraphy typeface that presents a casual and natural feeling, designed by two owners Artimasa Studio and Free Design Resources. The font has a high contrast and legibility. Balqis is perfectly suitable for logos, wedding invitations, greeting cards, print and digital designs.


logo fontsNelda script is a beautiful calligraphy, modern, playful and multi-purpose typeface that combines brush lettering with natural handwriting, designed by Aulya Rahman. The font is great for logo, headline, poster, packaging, t-shirt and more.


logo fontsWask New is a condensed, geometric, bold and sans serif typeface, created by Athens-based graphic designer and illustrator Vasilis Skandalos. The font is perfectly suitable for headlines, business purposes, advertising, packaging, and publications.


logo fontsIt is a bold and quirky free font for headlines, created by Serbian designer and front-end developer Petar Acanski. This is a hand written marker style font inspired by the hip hop culture and graffiti community. The importance of font was to bring that street style to your content and top priority as well. The results are legible letters, clear type and a lot of variations that is useful for a wider audience.


logo fontsGlamor is a chic and modern free type family, created by French graphic designer Hendrick Rolandez. This typeface comes with four weights – light, regular, medium and bold, including a set of 24 fonts with more than 200 unique characters per font. Glamor is great for magazines, books, posters, websites, photography, branding & identity, TV spots and much more. This typeface can be used for both personal and professional projects.


logo fontsMoonshiner is a condensed design inspired by vintage whisky bottle labels, designed by Mattox Shuler. It is an uppercase font containing several different styles, including regular and oblique styles with alternate characters. The font is great for logos and packaging.


logo fontsDesigned by Moscow-based graphic designer Alex Frukta, KanKin is a new contemporary sans serif free font. The font is a clean, bold and old style, which is presented in contemporary curves that make the font applicable for both – retro and modern designs. KanKin is perfectly suitable for web, print, logos, motion graphics and posters.


logo fontsOranienbaum is a modern Antiqua free font, created by TypeType foundry and Oleg Pospelov. This font is based on architecture of classic Antiqua fonts like Bodoni. Oranienbaum is well suited for headlines and body texts.


logo fontsFarray was designed by France-based graphic designer Adrien Coquet. It is a free uppercase font best suitable for headlines. Farray can be used as free for both personal and commercial projects.

57. BARO

logo fontsDesigned by Netherlands graphic design student Frank Hemmekam, Baron is a free uppercase display typeface inspired by the classic sans serif font families. It is available in three completely different weights – regular, bold and black – with their matching italics. This typeface is perfectly suitable for posters, logotypes and headlines. Baron is free for both personal and commercial use.


logo fontsLines is a super classy modern free font designed by Marcelo Reis Melo. The font comes with English Swedish and German character.


logo fontsAtvice is an all caps medium contrast display font designed by Brunswick-based designer Philipp Rosler. It is a cool, modern and simple typeface. The font is strict vertical shapes combine eloquence and elegance in its purest form. Atvice is perfectly suitable for print and web applications.


logo fontsDesigned by Kazakhstan-based graphic designer Slava Kirilenko, Archive is a contemporary free font constructed with strong geometric forms. The font is applicable for any type of graphic design such as web, print, and motion graphics; perfectly suitable for posters, logos, t-shirts and more.


logo fontsManteka is a new free black and bold font that was designed by Arica-based user interface designer Edu Araya. The font is great for use in print but equally has a spectacular web performance.


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Designed by Belgium-based graphic designer Tarek Okbir, Original is an all caps rounded font that includes 2 styles – regular and alternate. This rounded monoline typeface is what you need when it comes to attract viewers attention. It is unique and unconventional which makes it great for poster and heading uses.

63. MYRA

logo fontsMyra is an all caps, a new contemporary sans serif free font, designed by Ukraine type designer Sergiy Tkachenko. Myra is a “deco style” feeling font, which is presented in classic sans serif curves that make the font applicable for both – retro and modern designs. The font is perfectly suitable for any type of graphic design such as posters, logos, web, print, motion graphics, t-shirts, etc.


logo fontsArcadia is a modern hairline sans-serif typeface, designed by Hanoi-based graphic designer Manh Nguyen. The font has fixed width of line with its ultra-light stroke, sympathy size and balanced feminine text structure. Arcadia is great for magazine titles, modern logos and other purposes.


Free Fonts 2019High Tide is an all caps, unique and decorative free font family that comes with three completely different weights – regular, bold and original. The font is designed to be most suitable for posters, logos, titles, headlines, etc. High Tide was designed by Portugal-based designer Filipe Rolim.


Free Fonts 2019Designed by Indian independent artist Shrenik Ganatra, ADAM.CG PRO is an all caps, sans-serif typeface inspired by Futura. The font comes with sharp and clean appearance that makes it a suitable typeface for headlines, posters, titles and captions. ADAM.CG PRO consists of 228 character glyphs and features numerous updates over the previous version, including brand new glyphs & over 2000 kerning pairs.


Free Fonts 2019Designed by Canada’s graphic designer Matt Ellis, Athene is a serif typeface with some modern geometric flair. This font can be used for many applications, but is most suited as a display font. This typeface is free for both personal and commercial use.


Free Fonts 2019It is an experimental free font inspired by Didot, created by Strasbourg-based graphic designer Quentin Grébeude. The font contains more than 300 characters that includes uppercase, lowercase, numerals, accents, symbols and ligatures. Pirou is great for large title such as logos, headlines, posters and more.


Free Fonts 2019Luxia is a modern san-serif didone typeface with a sharp sophisticated and elegant flourishes characters, created by Andrew Herndon. The font comes with three weights – regular, semi-bold and bold. The free font version comes in 3 styles of semi-bold, semi-bold display, and semi-bold oblique. The font is perfectly suitable for logo design.


Free Fonts 2019Parker is a free hand-drawn vintage inspired font, designed by Canada’s graphic designer James Lafuente. The font is perfectly suitable for vintage design, t-shirts, logos, posters and more.


Free Fonts 2019

Designed by Indonesian graphic designer Hendra Dirtyline, Humblle Rought is a modern vintage script typeface. The font comes with some combination of street style and lifestyle; wild hand and imperfect flow that will give your text a natural look. The font is great for greeting cards, branding materials, business cards, quotes, posters and more.


Free Fonts 2019Nickainley is a monoline script handwriting font that comes with a touch of classic and vintage in uppercase, lowercase characters, numeral and punctuation. The font is great for logos, posters, badges, labels, news, letterhead, wedding invitations, t-shirts, signage, etc.


Free Fonts 2019Bobber is a cool, slab serif, vintage design font inspired by bobber motorcycles. This grid-based font can be used for both personal and commercial projects. Bobber was developed by Brazil-based developer Lucas Almeida and Russian Federation-based type specialist Dmitry Goloub.


Free Fonts 2019Manifesto is a clean and simple typeface, designed by Slovenia’s graphic designer Tomaz Leskovec. This font was inspired by Italian rationalist movement in the mid-1920s. Manifesto is an uppercase design, which is great for eye-catching headlines, posters and more.


Free Fonts 2019Designed by Luxembourg-based KAIWA, Simplifica is a slightly condensed sans-serif typeface featured by an uniform and thin line width. It is a fine, simple and clear typeface its high positioned capsheight and ascender favours legibility.


Free Fonts 2019Bonkers was designed by Schaffhausen-based graphic designer Fabian Korn. It is a free uppercase typeface. The font is best suitable for headlines, titles, poster design, etc.


Free Fonts 2019Ikaros is a free font featured by a modern and minimal design, created by Fonthill-based graphic designer Matt Ellis. The font is great for posters, logos, packaging and more.


Free Fonts 2019Arciform was designed by Matt Ellis, it is a geometric sans serif typeface with rounds and a light and fluffy feel.

79. MOON

Free Fonts 2019Moon is a new simple and rounded design typeface, designed by Bristol-based type and graphic designer Jack Harvatt. The font is available in both thin and bold variations.


Free Fonts 2019Aquatico is a free sans serif typeface inspired by the sea creatures of the lowest point on earth. This typeface was designed by graphic designer Andrew Herndon.


Free Fonts 2019Antre is a contemporary rhythmic script for expressive layouts, created by Istanbul-based graphic designer Taner Ardali. The font is great for posters, magazines or wherever needs expressive headers.


Free Fonts 2019Ginebra was designed by Argentina’s graphic designer Yai Salinas. It is a free font with an elegant and fashion look.


Free Fonts 2019Barbaro is a beautiful vintage-style display typeface, created by Santo Domingo-based graphic designer Iván Núñez. It is an extra “western” version featuring letters with spurs on the sides. Barbaro is great for giving old-fashioned flair to logos, branding, packaging, signage, posters and more.


Free Fonts 2019Bavro is a free sans-serif typeface with minimal and very nice clean design, designed by Marcelo Reis Melo. The font is perfectly suitable for posters and headlines.


Free Fonts 2019Orkney is a free geometric sans serif typeface designed with clarity and legibility in mind, created by Cheltenham-based creative designer Samuel Oakes and Dubai-based graphic designer Alfredo Marco Pradil. The font comes with four weights includes regular, bold, light and medium. Orkney can be used for a wide variety of projects on print or screen.


Free Fonts 2019It is a sturdy, all-caps typeface with a classic-yet-modern design, designed by Paul Reis. Royals comes in four styles, including regular, regular italic, rush and rush italic. The font is great for logos, vintage design, high-impact type and signage.


Free Fonts 2019Bernier is a free uppercase only design typeface with a vintage look, designed by Myanmar senior graphic designer Ryan Pyae. The font comes with 3 different styles – Regular, Distressed & Shade. Bernier is perfect for any modern-vintage style trend, logotype, a stamped or printed effect and old school style typography.


Free Fonts 2019Maxwell comes with three weights, including light, regular and bold that was designed by Ryan Pyae. It is a free uppercase font with a vintage feel and look. This typeface is applicable for any type of graphic design such as web, print, motion graphics etc and perfectly suitable for headlines, logotypes and wordmarks.


Free Fonts 2019Retro font family is a free uppercase sans serif and slab serif typeface with Latin and Greek characters. It is an uppercase font family inspired to old type typography especially in the time of 20th century. Retro font family was designed by Athens-based graphic designer Vasilis Skandalos. This typeface is perfectly suitable for logos, headings or small amount of text.

90. ZAIO

Free Fonts 2019Zaio is a new all caps rounded typeface inspired by “Bebas Neue”, created by Ryoichi Tsunekawa. The font is great for headlines and logo design.


Free Fonts 2019Peace Sans is a free bold font, which make your typography more peaceful and kind, designed by Sergey Ryadovoy and Ivan Gladkikh. The font comes with Latin and Cyrillic character sets featured by regular shapes and pixel-perfect curves. Peace Sans is great for logotypes and branding.


Free Fonts 2019One Day is an uppercase, modern and geometric flat design typeface, designed by Jordan’s graphic designer Nawras Moneer. The font is great for a variety of print and digital projects, including posters, logos and headlines.


Free FontsFester is an uppercase, semi-condensed and sans-serif typeface, created by graphic designer Nawras Moneer. It consists of 256 character glyphs and over 3302 kerning pairs. Fester comes with four weights – book, medium, bold and heavy. The typeface is perfectly suitable for headlines, posters, titles and captions.


Free FontsFenton is a modern, rounded and squared character inspired by (convex) camber, designed by Fatih Günes. The font comes with six weights each weight contains 370 glyph. Fenton is great for logos, posters, apps, banners, promo images, newspaper and magazine ads.


Free FontsKicker is an all caps display typeface, designed by Alexander Sheliketo. Kicker is available in two styles – regular and oblique. The font is perfectly suitable for big headlines and poster design.

96. BAIK

Free FontsBaik is a minimal bicycle design by Ion Lucin.


Free FontsStoked is a display typeface, designed by Canada’s graphic designer Marie-Michelle Dupuis.


Free FontsAmsdam is a free clean and elegant font, designed by Milan-based art director Davide Mancini. The font is great for headlines and graphic design.


Free FontsAqua Grotesque is a beautiful, elegant and geometric design typeface inspired by the 1940s, designed by Venice-based designer Laura Pol. The font comes with a full set of upper and lowercase letters and numbers.

100. BRICE

Free FontsBrice is a new free font mixed with thin and bold styles, designed by French Web designer Student Eddy Dezuraud.


Free FontsNatasha is a bold display typeface, designed by Bedford-based designer Kash Singh. It is free for both personal and commercial use.

102. BREAK

Free FontsBreak is a free modern typeface, created by Indian graphic designer Rajesh Rajput. It is suitable for a wide variety of projects. Break comes in five weights includes regular, bold, semibold, light and extralight.

103. JADEN

Free FontsJaden is a free geometric sans serif typeface, designed by Kolkata-based visual designer Aritra Das. Jaden is great for headlines, posters, logos, stationery, web, photography, print, etc.


Free FontsKraftstoff is a free display type with a vintage touch inspired to antique gas pump meters typography. The font was created by New York-based designer Guilherme Schneider.


Free FontsZefani was designed by Jonesboro-based Andrew Herndon. It is a modern didone typeface with strong characters and bold lines, while its sister font Zefani Sans is a light san-serif with monoline strokes and three different weights.


Free FontsBeaver was designed by Portugal’s graphic designer Rui Rodrigues. It is an uppercase design, which is great for headlines, titles, and poster design. This typeface is free for both personal and commercial use.


Free FontsVagtur is a free headline font that features a sharp contrast between rounded sans serif and calligraphic script. This typeface was designed by Berlin-based graphic artist Simon Becker with kind support from Paris-based graphic and type designer Sabrina Ekecik.

108. FOR

Free FontsForum is a free antiqua typeface with classic “Roman” proportions, inspired by classic architecture. It’s classic feel is clear to see, with its clever arches and direct lines. This font was created by Russian graphic designer Denis Masharov. Forum is designed for titles and headlines but you can be used to set body texts too.