New Free Fonts For Just the Right Look
It takes just the right font to send the perfect message to your audience. Without a great typeface, your message will fade into the background. The message and idea will get lost in translation visually, and won’t be as effective. When you find just the right typeface to do the job, your message is much clearer, and the idea is reinforced and reiterated visually. Having a constant influx of fresh fonts and typefaces will keep your designs fresh, while giving them the ability to reflect the message you’re trying to convey. Let’s take a look at a new collection of free fonts for March 2015.
Fabfelt is a beautiful rounded script font that could be used for many different purposes. It has both upper case and lower case letters, as well as numbers, so it is a complete set.
Growl reminds me of the move “The Howling” which makes this free font perfect for animalistic or beastly designs. It’s bold, and has a strong presence.
Serendipity is another script font that has a watercolor feel to it. It’s very artistic and has a nice feminine quality to it that looks great.
Bad Head is an interesting free font with an Asian flair. The sharp vertical strokes call immediate attention to any word created with this typeface.
Blogger Sans is one of those “I can’t believe it’s free!” type of free fonts. It comes with 8 different weights/variations, which gives you a lot of flexibility.
Finos has a great vintage cinematic feel that looks great. You can pick up the uppercase version for free. You can buy the full version, too. The font has 2 different weights, giving you some roo to play with composition.
Poniente reminds me of the old west, and would be great for anything to do with country music, horseback riding, rodeos, or anything that could be connected with that topic.
Streamster reminds me of the icon movies from the 80’s, such as Flashdance, or Footloose. It’s an energetic script font that has a lot of forward movement.
If you’re looking for a vintage font, a great choice is a circus font. Circus fonts were made back in the 1930’s or before, which instantly gives anything you use them in a vintage flair.
Helena is a hand made font that is big, bold, and imperfect, which makes it even more appealing. It has a look that gets your attention, and would be great for use in organic designs.
The Bold Font is a powerful headline font that is geometric in appearance. The stroke on all letters are equal, and each letter would fit neatly into a box. These rigid constraints are what give The Bold Font its presence.
Days sans is a typeface with 5 different weights, which makes it a good choice for projects where you need variations of the same font. You can pick up the black weight for free, but if you want the rest of the weights, you’ll have to buy them.
The free fonts selection this month had a decent amount of variety to it. I’m a big fan of the vintage fonts, along with the script fonts. Which free font is your favorite? I’d love to hear what you think. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments section below.