Jasmin Edgar

Digital Designer

May 8, 2021

Level Up Your Design Game With These Free Fonts

Finding stylish fonts for your design projects can be time consuming – especially when you have to browse through seemingly endless pages of typefaces that might not always suit the vision you have in mind. And in most cases, the usual elegant fonts come with a price. We do know how difficult it can be to find good, high-quality fonts, that’s also FREE, so we’ve done the searching for you. So fret not, you don’t need to empty your pockets with this collection of classy and elegant fonts.

 

We’ve put together this collection of FREE fonts that will look great for a variety of design projects. Stray away from the usual boring fonts and use this instead. From classic style calligraphy, to bold fonts, to skinny fonts, this collection has that dash of elegance that you are looking for.

 

Quick note on “free” fonts: Be sure to read the license details for each font before downloading. Some fonts are free for both personal and commercial use, some are only free for personal use.

 

Chromate

Chromate is a free font offered by Unblast. It’s a classy font that combines geometric shapes and thick serifs which offers a modern display. Chromate is perfect for any stylish design that needs a little bit more sophistication. It looks great in large titles and intertwined with background elements.

 

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Maler

This adventurous font is designed by Sergey Vasenin and Maxim Krasheninnikov. It’s a natural hand painted brush font which works great on illustrations. This brush font is perfect for posters, displays and logos with short body copies. 

 

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Natural Signature

Natural Signature is designed by Agni Ardi Rein Prasetyo. Both modern and elegant, this font offers an organic and charming script with a unique vibe. This font is perfect for signature style logos, unique packaging labels and business cards.

 

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Misto

Misto font is a reverse-contrast typeface inspired by Slavutych — the youngest city of Ukraine, which was born after the Chernobyl explosion. Designed by Katerina Korolevtseva, this font works best in headlines, including logo design, brand identities, websites, packaging and posters.

 

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Bioweapon

Bioweapon is a font designed by Lucas Felipe.This font was inspired by ancient events that will never be forgotten, and these events were marked by bioweapon. With it’s creative scripture, this font works great for a fancy robotics company or an upscale technological services brand.

 

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Zefani

This font by Andrew Herndon was designed with elegance in mind. Unique crossbars & partial hairlines give Zefani a unique look, while circular terminals & sharp serifs were added for large display or logo design. Wonderful for titles and short bodies of text, Zefani is a very stylish font with lots of possibilities for all sorts of creative projects.

 

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MD Tall

This tall and modern elegant font is perfect for short statements. This font is particularly useful for social media graphics and other projects like sticker labels and posters. Argentine designer Mariano Diez took the elegance of a tall font and added just a bit more character to it.

 

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Moustique

Frames Design created Moustique with luxury in mind. Thin, elongated letters with a special touch of transparency at the edges create wonderful titles and short bodies of text. This font is perfect for elegant logo design, monogram, packaging designs and so much more.

 

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Humger

Designed by Graphicpear, Humger is a free grunge uppercase typeface with  an urban style design. It expresses strong character of urban and street style which features smudge effect, moderately narrow texture, and authentic vintage character. This bold grunge font is perfectly suited for gig or event posters.

 

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Metrica

Designed by Ollie Hardman, Metrica is a sharp and mechanical typeface. Inspired by architecture, Metrica font is designed with a flat, geometric design – with influences from perceptive views from building designs. It’s striking feature made it works great for futuristic packaging, magazine covers, blog and even as wordmarks.

 

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Jasmin Edgar

Digital Designer

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