Quality free Fonts
I keep a library of fonts, organized by different styles and possible purposes. It makes it easy for me to find just the font I need if I have a specific look in mind. I know other designers that don’t organize their fonts, and they just have them all jumbled together in a massive pool of random order. I’m always adding new fonts, especially if they stand out in some way. This is even the case if I don’t have a use for them at the moment, because I may come back and use them later. Today, I have put together a collection of quality free fonts you’ll want to add to your own library.
Quito is a quirky free font with a unique look. I would use this for special purposes, like when you need something a little different for logo. You might also use it when you need a headline to stand out.
Cast Iron has that classic look that would be great for bold, vintage applications. It is strong and masculine, giving it an immediate presence.
I am a sucker for rounded letters. I love fonts like Hiroku and Bariol. Archiform is no different with its geometric style. It has just the right amount of weight to make it easy to read.
Meedori Sans is a great abstract font. You get just enough of the letter to get the idea of what it is, while still taking some of the typical structure away.
Typewriter fonts may look similar, but Ahamono Monospaced is a typewriter font that isn’t annoying to read. Most of the are tough, even in small doses.
Julep comes in multiple styles and fills, which makes it perfect for layering. Layer each style for different effects.
Novu – M
Novu – m is a bold display font with a lot of height. Taller letters like this seem to have a more powerful presence than most others. I can’t wait to use this one in a project.
Zefani comes in the style shown above, but it also comes in a sans serif version, too. This gives you a lot of flexibility with your typography, while keeping the look consistent.
Glacial Indifference is a clean, modern sans serif font that comes in two weights. This font has such a strong presence, making it a good choice for titles and headlines.
Any of these Quality Free Fonts would be an asset to any designer’s collection. With a variety of styles, weights, and uses, you’ll be anxious to use these in your design projects. My favorite of the group would have to be Meedori Sans. I could see mixing and matching with the abstract and normal characters to create a unique logo, etc. Which of these Quality Free Fonts is your favorite? Please leave your answers in the comments section below.