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75 best free fonts for designers

The best free fonts: Brush fonts

58. Oh Now! 

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It may be one of the most weirdly named free fonts around, but Oh Now! delivers (Image credit: Syaf Rizal)

This beautifully textured brush font by Syaf Rizal has an edgy feel that can’t help grab attention, and would work well on perfect on posters, logos and branding. Oh Now! comes with uppercase, lowercase, punctuation, symbols and multilingual support. 

59. The Cat Has a Hat

Best free fonts: Sample of Oh Now!

The Cat Has a Hat is one of the most playful free fonts around (Image credit: Lukee Thornhill)

Inspired by the classic children’s books by Dr Seuss, this playful font is scrawl-like but still perfectly readable. One of the best fonts we’ve seen for adding a sense of personality to your branding and marketing projects, The Cat Has a Hat was designed by Lukee Thornhill.

60. Mustache Free

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Mustache is one of the best free fonts we’ve seen in the brush style (Image credit: Joel Maker)

There’s a lovely handmade feel to this superior brush font designed by Joel Maker. Mustache includes a full set of uppercase and lowercase letters, along with a large range of punctuation, numerals, and multilingual support. 

61. Festival

Best free fonts: Sample of Festival

Festival adds a summery feel to your designs (Image credit: Pixel Surplus)

If you're gearing up for festival season and want a font that reflects your mood, why not try Festival? This hand-drawn brush font by Pixel Surplus adds a summery feel to your designs and features multilingual characters. You could even use it to create a sign to hold up at your next summer gig. 

62. Sophia

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Free font Sophie offers a decorative take on brush script handwriting (Image credit: Mats-Peter Forss and Emily Spadoni)

Sophie is light, friendly and slightly off-kilter, in a fun way. Described as “a hand-lettered brush script with a sweet decorative bonus", the family includes multilingual glyphs, as well as left and right stylistic letter combinations. This free font was designed by Mats-Peter Forss and Emily Spadoni.

63. Reckless

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Free font Reckless has an upbeat feel (Image credit: Nadi Spasibenko)

Reckless is a handwritten brush font that includes uppercase and extended Latin characters. As shown above, it would work well with a watercolour-effect design, either in print or on the web. It was created by Nadi Spasibenko.

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