Great Free Fonts
It’s the beginning of February, and it’s time for some great free fonts to liven up your design work. You are definitely in for a treat this month, since I’ve come across some amazing stuff. I saved the best two for last, as I’ve stumbled across a breakout typographer you won’t want to miss. The great free fonts will give you plenty to work with over the next few weeks. Your latest design projects will be fresh and lively with these awesome free fonts. There’s 9 in total, so be sure to check them all out.
Liquido is an interesting idea. I like the regular version, but there is also a wavy version that looks like it is in some sort of liquid. It’s super tall and really makes a bold statement.
Drugs Font Family
Panton (4 Free Weights)
Abbie Script Font
Abbie is a fun script that looks like it was created by hand. This font would be great in feminine projects, or when you want to add a personal touch to a project. This would also work great for any organic product.
I love the unique squared and rounded sections of Port118. It gives it a different look that is unexpected, but still works very well.
Slash is a very bold font, but it looks great. It has a retro look to it, because of its extreme thickness and the angles on the horizontal strokes.
Havana is a very tall typeface. It has a presence that is unmistakeable. I would save this font for a special occasion. You’ll want to use it at just the right time.
Stockholm is a very geometric typeface that is structured well. I could see it being used in a lot of display scenarios.
This collection of free fonts is sure to inspire you and get your creative juices flowing. They are all designed and presented well. If you end up using them in your projects, you should help spread the word about the designers’ work. That will encourage them to keep creating beautiful typefaces for your designs for years to come. Which one of these great free fonts are your favorite. I love both Havana and Stockholm. They both have a unique look and style. I’d love to hear what you think, so feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments section below.