We all love free fonts but there are so many around on the web these days, it’s hard to keep up. Here are 10 cool new fonts that have come to our attention in recent months, all of which are free to download for your design projects at the time of writing.
Complement your design work with this unique and stylish calligraphy typeface. Including 351 glyphs, you can use this font for wedding Invitations, greeting cards, posters, wall hangings, gifts and more. It’s free to download if you log in to the Font Bundles site via Facebook and give them a ‘Like’.
Designed by Mellow Design Lab, Miller Salt is a set of two hand-written, dry brush scripts that can be used together or separately. They're ideal for branding, wedding invitations, logos, book covers, stationery, marketing, magazines and more.
This hand-written font set created by Faisal Tanjung contains a full set of lower and uppercase letters, a large range of punctuation, numerals, and multilingual support. To access the alternate glyphs, you need a program that supports OpenType features such as Adobe Illustrator CS, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Indesign or CorelDRAW.
Graphic designer Matt Cole Wilson has created this modern typeface featuring A-Z in caps and lowercase, 0-9, punctuation and common glyphs, and three weights. It’s available as a free download via Google Drive.
13. Quantify V2
Indonesian designer Saidi Alfianor is the creator of this display sans serif typeface. It’s free to download for personal use only.
The creation of designer Nitish Kumar of India's Webkul HQ, Peenu is a 'hand-knitted' typeface inspired by Sharp Paper Cuts. It’s free to use in your design projects without the need for formal attribution.
15. Umhlanga Sans
Based on Interstate Regular Compressed, designed by Tobias Frere-Jones, Umhlanga Sans is Graham Paterson’s first foray into type design and is free for personal use. At present the typeface contains the regular font weight, all uppercase and lowercase characters and numerals. It’s free to download in exchange for your email address.
Designed by Plamen Motev, Akrobat is a modern sans serif font with condensed proportions. The typeface comes in eight weights with a geometric aesthetic. Its narrow proportions make it perfect for headlines, logos, typographic compositions and short paragraphs of text, and it contains more than 500 glyphs with a wide range of languages. It’s free for both personal and commercial use.
17. Monti Sans Serif
Monti is a new sans-serif, minimal font that’s useful for creating minimal logos, branding, street signs, posters and more. Currently limited to lowercase letters (although there are plans to upgrade with uppercase alphabets soon), it’s free to download for both personal and commercial use as long as you register for free membership of the site.
18. Pole Numerals
This numerals-only font has been created to give maximum impact to your poster designs. The work of Portuguese designer Pedro Azedo, the shadow version of this font is free to download.
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