Selecting that exact font for a particular design whether it’s for web or print can be difficult. So, it is a good idea to have an awesome library of fonts. So here today you will find 21 kick-ass fonts you could choose to appear in your next design.
Licensing: The fonts that been selected to feature in this post are free unless stated otherwise and you’ll have to look at each individual packs licensing information to determine whether you can use them in commercial projects or not .
Jura is a elegant serif typeface of narrow proportions with distinguishing details. The rounded, wedge shaped serifs offer a more contemporary feels than many serif fonts, while maintaining legibility even at small sizes. (Free)
2. FR Hopper
FR Hopper is a sans based on geometric forms still having a friendly personality. It is intended for mid-length texts, captions, titles and almost any other occasional use – posters, flyers and even for web sites. (Staring from $0 – 28, font family $220)
Indento is a multi-purpose modern geometric slab serif for headlines, posters, branding but fairly legible to be used as longer text. The straight and rounded corners combined with deep cuts and asymmetric serifs gives it a distinctive look while still keeping it’s rigorousness and legibility. (Staring from $0 – 29, font family $79)
A bold slab-serif typeface influenced by Spagetti Western posters of the 1960s. (Staring from $0 – 19, font family $49)
“Prociono” (pro-tsee-O-no) is an Esperanto word meaning either the star Procyon or the animal species known as the raccoon. It is a roman with black-letter elements.(Free)
6. Secca Std
Secca is a fine typeface honoring the roots of early German grotesque type designs but mastered for the needs of today. The weights from Light to Bold work perfectly for body text. The Ultra Black and the Hairline weights give extra typographic freedom for headlines and signage. (Staring from $0 – 32, font family $768)
Elegant custom font with rounded corners, great for logos, posters, motion graphics and t-shirts. The name is inspired by the sleek curves and its smooth look. (Staring from $0 – 35)
8. Mr Jones.
Mr Jones was originally conceived as a family for print design consisting of a sans and a headline. The lowercase are wide for legibility at small sizes while the caps are narrower to save space and keep an even balance of negative space when used in body copy. (Staring from $0 – 25.99, font family $229)
Daydream Daily Typeface is a free font to use. (Free)
10. Lifestyle Marker
Just a semi-slab serif font, the creator felt inspired to create the font after flicking through a magazine. This is the marker style fully rounded version of ‘Lifestyle M54’. (Free for personal use, Commercial Use requires donation).
11. Sorts Mill Goudy
A ‘revival’ of Goudy Oldstyle and Italic, with features among which are small capitals (in the roman only), oldstyle and lining figures, superscripts and subscripts, fractions, ligatures, class-based kerning, case-sensitive forms, capital spacing. There is support for many languages that use latin script. (Free)
Inspired by my favorite humanist sans serif typefaces, such as Meta, Myriad, and Scala, Junction is where the best qualities of serif and sans serif typefaces come together. It has the hand drawn and human qualities of a serif, and still retains the clarity and efficiencies of a sans serif typeface. It combines the best of both worlds. (Free)
13. Fabryka 4F
A 4th February font, Fabryka is a modern mono-spaced family font (Staring from $0 – 35)
14. Dream Orphanage
Dream Orphanage is a high quality reconstruction of the 1990s freeware classic, Dream Orphans. The old-style is still available as an OpenType alternate as well as a new and simple. (Staring from $0 – 80)
Fenwick is a lineal, metal type with unusual proportions. The almost sinuous curves of the numerals revive their inherent Arabian roots and the italic’s line thickness was amended by eye so as not appear too mechanical. (Staring from $0 – 80, Packs $240 & 260)
Slab serif fonts are generally macho, but Bullpen is 1,000,000 times more masculine than most slab serif fonts.Reeking with testosterone, even the lightest weights of Bullpen will make words like pantyhose, skirt and wiener burst forth with brutal manliness. (Staring from $0 – 75)
17. St Marie
St. Marie is also a slab-serif and elegant font that fits great magazine and website headings and also typography posters. (Staring from $0 – 39, Packs $199 & $299)
Based on the original CA BND typeface, this is the web font version, free for use in browsers (Free)
19. St Ryde
St Ryde is a humanistic sans-serif with a slight touch of a script typeface. The most significant aspect of the typeface is the combined sharp and round treatment of the stroke endings. (Staring from $0 – 29, Packs $249)
Nevis is a strong, angular typeface and is ideal for headings, text, buttons and everything in between.. It’s assertive and bold, but manages to retain a friendly tone, and looks especially good when used in all caps. (Free)
Null free font is applicable for any type of graphic design – web, print, motion graphics etc and perfect for t-shirts and other items like posters, logos. (Free)