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From the success of 15 Freshly Baked High Quality Fonts , I’ve crawled around the internet to find some more free fonts that you can use both for your own personal and commercial use. (some of the websites featuring the fonts needs you to register to download them.)

1. Barrister Sans Light

Barrister Sans is a geometric sans-serif designed initially as a corporate Cyrillic typeface which quickly evolved into fully grown typeface available for more than 20 languages. Barrister Sans is a modern tech-looking sans serif alternative for all your needs. Registration and checkout is required to download this font.

2. Danger

Danger is stencil type of font that is available in OpenType font format. Registration and checkout is required to download this font.

3. Marcelle

An awesome font from StereoType, commercial licenses are available by giving StereoType a small donation.

4. Scriptina Pro

This is the 100th font released by CheapProFonts, and Apostrophic Labs wanted to make something special – so Apostrophic Labs have chosen to upgrade one of the most popular free fonts ever: the one and only Scriptina by the infamous Fredrick “Apostrophe” Nader!. Registration and checkout is required to download this font.

5. Wee Bairn

A revival of a rare Larabie Fonts typeface from 2000. Many characters have been redrawn. Spacing and kerning has been rebuilt and the character set has been expanded.Registration and checkout is required to download this font.

6. Proletarsk

Proletarsk font was created by Peter Wiegel

7. Sertig

Sertig font was created by Dannci if you use this typeface on anything send some of your images that you this font in by emailing him at info[at] (replace [at] with @ sign if you going to email him)

8. BoldBold

BoldBold is a font created by IntellectaDesign.

9. W.J. Pearce

This style was transitional between the floral & organic curves of 19th century Art Nouveau and the angular and stylish geometry of 1920’s-30’s Art Deco

10. November Sixteenth

This font by Plan Nine Design, he thought up the name of this font as the day he created the font

11. Chunk

Chunk is an ultra-bold slab serif typeface that is reminiscent of old American Western woodcuts, broadsides, and newspaper headlines. Used mainly for display, the fat block lettering is unreserved yet refined for contemporary use.

12. VeggieBurger

Veggiegurger is great for cartoon captions. It comes in light, medium and bold weights. Best of all, it’s FREE!


12 more Freshly Baked High Quality Fonts