We recognize how crucial choosing a typeface is in when creating a project. Finding the right font often poses as a challenge and that’s the part of this whole process where we want to help you.

Choose from one of the ten fonts that we laid for you and you might just find the perfect one that you could use for your project.

Kraftstoff

Kraftstoff

Guilherme Schneider created the clean display typeface that was based on antique gas pump meters. As a free font, you could use this for your personal projects.

Le Super Serif

Le Super Serif

Le Super Serif contains 2 weights: regular and semi-bold. It also includes 88 ligatures and other special alternate characters that you would definitely find useful in your next project.

Blenda Script

Blenda Script

If you’re familiar with the lobster font, you’ll most probably observe some of its qualities it in Blenda Script. Also a bold vintage script, you can use Blenda Script for different purposes like logos, badges, posters, news, and many others.

Streetwear

Streetwear

If you’re lookng for atypeface that closely resembles a 60s or 70s fashion or sport related typeface, then you came to the right place. Streetwear, a bold and stylish retro inspired font, is very suitable for use in logos, posters, brandings, and so many more.

Fenix

Fenix

Fernando Diaz is the designer of this serif typeface that was especially designed for long texts and display. The foundations of Fenix are based in calligrapyy that minors in rough strokes and strong serifs.

Bosun

Bosun

Are you looking for an all-around typeface that you could use for your next project? Bosun is the typeface for you. It is the modern interpreation of sans serif typefaces that consists of over 258 glyphs that comes in 5 different styles. You can use this typeface for both commercial and personal purposes.

Novito Nova

Novito Nova

Creating a poster whose main aim is to make the people who come across it happy? Well then you came to the right place because this is exactly what Novita Nova will do to you. Created by Nina Z, you can download this font for free.

Che’s Bone

Che's Bone

There’s a reason that the typeface Che’s Bone is named the way it is. It is inspired by round edges and condensed skinny forms with a bone shape at the end of each letter. This gorgeous font was designed by Filiz Sahin.

Mink Type

Mink Type

Filiz Sahin also created this great font that will go great in your next project. This cool hand-painted font was created using the brush tools that you could find on Illustrator. Every letter that’s found in this set comes in 3 variatons othat contains upper and lower cases.

Tracks Type

Tracks Type

There’s a reason that this typeface was named the way it is. An all-caps sans-serif typeface, Tracks Type was inspired with railway tracks slash, dynamic, static and clean. It also comes in two distinct styles: Slanted and Medium.

Have you made your font choice yet? If you’re still having second thoughts, you might want to go through this list again. These fonts all come for free anyway– what do you have to lose?

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October 30, 2012 *Oh Wow!I have so much to say, and now I can say it bigger.Especially as the qteous on the theme I use are a little lacklustre.Watch out world!

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