Designer Andrew Hart is the author of Dirt 2, a site dedicated to design resources - a section of which offers font downloads. There are many to choose from but we particularly liked his handwritten scrapbook-inspired free graffiti font titled 'Please show me love'. Note: the free version is limited to demo only for non-commercial purposes.
This casual looking, hand drawn free graffiti font was designed by Jakob Fischer aka Pizzadude. Based in Copenhagen, Fischer describes his style as 'Loose, laid back and goofy, which especially comes to expression through unique handmade fonts.'
If you're looking for a free graffiti font that packs a punch then check out this 'Whoa' font by Stockholm-based creative Johan Waldenström. The designer comments on his site 11-D productions, 'As a kid I was often fascinated by all the hiphop graffiti I saw around the early 90's. The oldschool era of graffiti was (and still is) very fascinating to me'.
36. Ruthless One
Another typeface from Måns Grebäck, we couldn't not include this brilliant free graffiti font. The designer has nearly 100 fonts available to download for free personal use on Dafont.com, many of them with a graffiti style. For a full collection of Grebäck's work, head over to his website Mawns.
37. Ruthless Two
Clearly Grebäck's original Ruthless One was so popular that he created a follow up. Ruthless Two is a little less stylised than it's older brother, but has equal attitude. Head over to see all of Grebäck's fonts at Mawns.
38. DJ Gross
Despite its name, there's nothing at all gross about this hand drawn free graffiti font. The design comes from Finland-based designer who goes by the name of Ritzy (real name Sami), owner of SD Fonts. And thanks to generous creative, DJ Gross is just one of many fonts he has created and offered as a free download.
39. Most Wasted
A nice play on the once criminal associations with graffitti in cities that have since welcomed tags and burners onto their walls with open arms, this is an old school, loud font. And with all caps, there's nohing subtle to see here!
The Battle Continues was created by typeface designer Christopher Hansen. Dedicated to his craft, this creative has 28 gorgeous fonts available as a free download on Dafont.com. With over eight million downloads collectively, it is clear to see - just from this free graffiti font - why this designer's work is so popular.
41. Broken Records
Fancy adding a bit of a sophistication and sexy to your designs? Then take advantage of this free graffiti font by freelance designer Timo Kuilder. Broken Records is available in two versions, fill and outline and includes a full set of capital letters and digits.
Base your designs around this bold typeface for a really eye-catching piece of work. ReskaGraf was created by designer Olivier Zitoune, who also composed another similar styled font titled Zit Graffiti. The free graffiti font set includes a mixture of both capital and lower case letters and digits 0-9.
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