Help your design feel fresh by using an attractive new font. There is always a steady brook of new, free fonts to choose from.
Here is a list of latest fonts. There are model and traditional fonts, as well as modern and inventive fonts. All of the fonts are free, while some accept donations. Check each font for profitable limitations.
Enthused by the proportions of the 16th President of the U.S., and advertisements and playbills of the 1800s, Abraham Lincoln is a humanistic display face with reasonable contrast and sturdy serifs. Accent is a sleek, fashionable typeface that is both bold and elegant. It is free display font intended by Nelson Balaban. Archive is contemporary font constructed with strong statistical forms. It is a multi-purpose typeface for several type of graphic design.
Arvil Sans has strong lines with curved, soft terminals, to produce a strong, yet friendly letterform. It is available in all caps with numerals, punctuation and as well a wide range of symbols. Bemio is an ultra-bold sans serif font with a widespread character set. It bridges the gap between old signage and craftsmanship with modern forms and minimalism.
Bender is an industrial enthused throwback. It has a stocky face for display type in two weights: inline and solid. Blanch was intended for the Fruita Blanch brand, a family-run company. It is conventional font with a contemporary feel. Forum is the Antiqua font with model proportions. It is proposed for titles and headlines, but can be used to set body texts too.
FV Almelo is an all-caps curved font. Because of its doze to the past, the font was named after the city where the designer was born. Hagin is constructed with muscular geometric forms. It is appropriate for a variety of uses, such as web, print, logos and more. Haymaker is a display typeface that’s both jagged and developed. Stimulated by the workmanship, lettering, and baseball jerseys of the 1930s and 40s.
Intro has a strapping structure, based on principles of simple geometric forms: triangles, circles and squares. Jura is a stylish serif typeface of narrow proportions with distinguishing details. The rounded, wedge shaped serifs offer a more modern feel than many serif fonts, while maintaining legibility even at small sizes.
Ledger Regular is a versatile typeface. The letterforms are famed by a large x-height and sufficient stroke contrast. It’s appropriate for use in corporate, advertising and display typography. Meander is a free typeface creating a freestyle twisting and intertwining style. It is a curly, twirly, swirly font for an instructive effect. Prepared by doodling with felt pens, this font is best used at larger sizes.
Metropolis comes from the developed movement of the 1920s where skyscrapers where born. An Art Deco style font, it is a bold typeface with a quiet outlook. Noticia Text is a modern slab serif, which comes in four styles. It is a conventional typeface with a sculpted contemporary feel. Prosto is a clean contemporary font to use in titles or in body text.
Rex is intended to create unique titles on the fly. It’s an all caps font, but there is a variation between caps and small caps. Static is a smooth, fashionable font in a monospaced style, designed by Slava Kirilenko. It contains basic Latin letters and is obtainable in Open Type for PC and Mac. Sullivan is a bold display face that comes in three differences. Each can be used efficiently on its own or layered for a uniquely modern, industrial effect.