10 new free fonts for 2017

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Everyone loves a freebie. But there are so many new free fonts being released nowadays, it can be hard to keep track of them all. 

To help you out, we’ve rounded up 10 of our favourite new free fonts of 2017 so far. But if none of these float your boat, check out our list of free font resources and you’re sure to find what you’re looking for.

Meanwhile, if we’ve failed to include your favourite new free font, please share it with the community in the comments below.

A new free font for 2017, Entra would work well in logos and headlines

Entra is an original and unusual looking font that’s designed for use in logos and eyecatching headlines. A modern looking caps-only font, its combination of sharp corners and rounded shapes is quite unique. Designed by Gatis Vilaks and Wild Ones Design, this font is free for personal and commercial use.

Top freebie Aganè was inspired by three classic fonts

Designed by Swiss graphic, UI and type designer Danilo De Marco, Aganè was inspired by Noorda Font by Bob Noorda, FF Transit by Erik Spiekermann, and Frutiger by Adrian Frutiger. Created for use in wayfinding signage, the inclinations in the terminals have been designed to optimise legibility from a variety of reading perspectives. This clean sans-serif would also work well in user interfaces. It’s free for personal and commercial use.

This tall and bold font is free for both personal and commercial use

Cookit is a fun display font designed by Sérgio Haruo of Jundiaí, Brazil. This tall, bold, caps-only font would work well in logos, branding and indeed any graphics that need to arrest the attention. It’s free for both personal and commercial use.

Use Leafy to give a handmade feel to your designs

Leafy is a free, all-caps, brush font that’s useful for any design aiming at a personal, handmade feel. Brushed by Ieva Mezule and put together by Krisjanis Mezulis of Latvian agency Wild Ones Design, this font includes 95 unique, hand-crafted characters. It’s free for both personal and commercial use.

HK Nova is inspired by Futura and Century Gothic

Created by Dubai-based graphic designer Alfredo Marco Pradil, HK Nova is a free sans-serif font. Inspired by both Futura and Century Gothic, it’s supplied in three versions: Standard, Rounded and Narrow, and the creators urge you not to be afraid to display it “as large as possible”. This font is free for personal use only.

Womby is a great free font for your personal design projects

Womby is a fun free font created by Cagri Kara, a multidisciplinary art director and graphic designer based out of Los Angeles. Great for graphic design, especially posters, and recently updated, this caps-only font is free for personal use only.

Ginora Sans is a quirky and stylish sans-serif

Ginora Sans is a sans-serif with spacious characters and elegant circles. Decidedly quirky, it could be used in both logos and editorial design. Free for both personal and commercial use, this stylish font comes courtesy of Brazilian designer Matheus Gomes.

08. Cheque

Cheque instantly summons up a vintage feel

Cheque is a free display font based on geometric shapes, which has a classic, vintage look to it. Designed by Mirela Belova of Sofia, Bulgaria, its Regular and Black versions are both free for personal and commercial use.

Manoyri recreates the look of marker pen writing

Based in Athens, Greece, Stergios Tsiamis and Iordanis Passas are the graphic designers behind this cool new free font. Manoyri recreates the look of handwriting using a marker pen, and would work well in advertising, branding, headlines and logos. It’s free for personal and commercial use.

Script font Gritstone is ideal for logos and branding

Gritstone is a bold display script font that features heavy, loopy characters. Ideal for logos, branding, badges, T-shirts and posters, this free font is the work of Canadian agency Pixel Surplus and is free for both personal and commercial use.