So you’ve finally finished that poster or design for a client, yet you feel that it’s missing a certain “je ne sais quoi”. You can’t seem to point your finger at it, yet it seems to be lacking something.
Hopefully, these free fonts will fill in that empty gap and improve the overall aesthetics of your design.
Typography is what language looks like. - Ellen Lupton
You may be wondering, with a ton of free fonts floating around, why 23 and not 100? Well, there may be a lot of free fonts online, but how many of them are seriously good? How many of them would actually fit your project and make them more appealing?
Sure, I could have created a list with 100 fonts but it would have compromised the quality of this list. As you probably know, quality always beats quantity.
Click on the images to download the free fonts
Find What You Were Looking For?
I’m hoping that you found at least one new font to add to your collection. I did my best to use each font in a sort of vintage style design so that you could see it in action. While compiling this list there were a few that I fell in love with, including Bobel, Diner Regular, Sesame and Titania just to name a few. Which ones did you adopt for your designs? Let the rest of us know in the comment section below. Thanks!
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