Friday Freebies: Collection of free fonts
I experimented with this font for Che and other dog lovers. It has round edges and condensed skinny forms. The corner of each letter has a bone shape which is Che’s favorite part. It is free personal and commercial use.
Razor is a thin font inspired by the eighties. The font contains all capital letters and numbers. With individual kerning features.
Benthem is a custom font designed by Keith Hayden. It comes in two types (Regular & Bold) making it great for headings and posters.
Moby was created in 2002 by Felix Braden as a corporate and headline font for the Cologne based design bureau Glashaus. The letterforms are inspired by the logotype of the legendary Bauhaus School in Weimar (Germany) and are created on a 5 x 5 Pixel Matrix. The unicase family comes with 3 Fonts: Moby Bold, Regular and Monospaced.
Beams is a capital typeface with a futuristic look. It was originally designed for poster headlines and other headings (mainly with futuristic themes) for the designer’s personal use. Beams is now open to all and free for use.
This family is for all type lovers who would like to emphasize a fashion project. So Feel free to use it, share it and create amazing piece of works as you are directors, designers, photographers or models. It is totally FREE meaning you have nothing to pay to use it and commercial works using this typefamily are authorized… and truly recommended.
Sahara is a sans serif bolded modular display font with a shadow/3D effect addedto it, the font was based on the title of a film with the same name,from the late 20’s.
Oh! mai mai!® its a dangerous and cute typeface created by Jorge Artola. Inspired by the mai mai monster® it is fully equipped with numerals, accents, punctuation and special characters! It also includes a bonus wallpaper pack! so don’t be afraid… its free!
Citizen Slab is a typeface which pays homage to the vintage aesthetic with a modern sensibility.
My first created font. Started on FontStruct, and then redesigned on FontLab Studio to create the volumetric shapes. This project was inspired on the cities environment, the straight lines and the massive shapes of buildings and the old computer games, a return to the 8bit pixel art.
Unik2 is the updated version of Unik made in 2009 by DavidisCreative. This version have a lot of more glyphs and a lot of the lowercase were reworked.