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Free Fonts Friday: Free Thin Fonts

by | May 17, 2013 | Articles, Fonts | 6 comments

Free Thin Fonts

When you are creating a design that is modern and minimal, a thin font is a good choice. Thin fonts are also great when used in combination with thick or bold fonts. The contrast really makes a bold statement when you mix those two together. Free thin fonts are naturally elegant, and can really add a sense of style and class to any design. You will find that many thin fonts seem to be tall, because a lot of them are condensed to be optically easier to read. With the right thin font, you can make any product appear to be more upscale. You will also find that thin fonts, like the ones below, are rarely serif fonts. Most thin fonts are sans serif, which add to their modern and minimal style. Thin fonts are usually classified as minimal, because you only have the strokes that you need, without the frills that you don’t. Below I have gathered 14 thin fonts to download and use in your projects. Simply click the title or the image to download, or to be taken to the downloads page for that font. Most are zip files, and I think one is a Rar file. This is a form of compression, so you will need something that can decompress that type of file. Enjoy your free thin fonts!


free thin fonts: dekar


free thin fonts: lato


free thin fonts: Walkway


free thin fonts: GatsbyFLF


free thin fonts: Quicksand

Hero Light

free thin fonts: hero-light


free thin fonts: melbourne


free thin fonts: code light





Gota Light


Novecento Wide Light


Ostrich Sans





These free thin fonts are great for a wide variety of projects. Whether you want a modern look and feel, or a minimal design, these free thin fonts are great for creating powerful designs that stand out. Which one of these free thin fonts are your favorite? What types of projects will you use these for? Do you have a beautiful thin font that isn’t on the list above? If so, let us know in the comments section below.

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