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Your 10 favourite fonts of the day from 2015

05. Bulgary

Free font: Bulgary

  • Price: $15 (25% off for a limited time)

Kicking off the top five is Bulgary, a script font that combines brush lettering with traditional handwriting. Creator Aritro Das comments on Behance: "It's multipurpose and flexible, making it easy to match with another typefaces to create beautiful projects such as wedding invitations, vintage designs and greeting cards."

04. Geomanist

Free font: Geomanist

Thousands of you loved Geomanist, a contemporary sans serif design from graphic and type design studio atipo. A clean design, Geomanist adds a touch of elegance to any project – we'd love to see some of your work that included this pleasing typeface!

03. Pier

Free font: Pier

We're now into the top three. Pier was created by by senior art director Mathieu Desjardins, and is completely free. "Pier is a modern and structured typface," he comments. "The idea was to create a slightly off geometric font that would look good big or very small. It was made to fit your everyday designs and text needs."

02. Helena

Helena font

Runners-up slot for 2015 goes to this fabulous brush font. Helena will give your designs an authentic handcrafted feel. Created by Mexico-based designer Noe Araujo, Helena is perfectly suited to stationery, logos and much more.

01. Moon

Free font: Moon

  • Price: Free for personal use

So here it is, your favourite 'font of the day' from 2015 by a comfortable margin: Moon, by digital designer and illustrator Jack Harvatt. A simple, rounded design, Moon is available in both thin and bold variations.

You can download Moon for free (for personal use) over on Behance, and email Jack Harvatt directly to obtain a commercial license.

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