21 New Free Fonts Great for Graphic Designs
Free but quality fonts that you can use for your different projects are an essential component of every designers’ tool kit. The proper and good use of typography can make a rather bland design into an attractive piece of art. To save you time from searching for new free fonts, we decided to come up with a roundup of what we believe are quality and useful fonts. Although these resources are released for free, make sure to read the license agreements carefully as they can change from time to time. To download or know more about each font or type, just click on the preview image and it will take you to a new page where you can find additional information as well as instructions on how to download and install the font.
01– Museo Slab
Museo Slab is a robust slab serif with Museo’s friendliness. Perfect for creating headlines or as body text.
03– Caviar Dreams
This font family has been updated with many new characters. Kerning was also improved. This font is free for both personal and commercial use.
05– Scriptina Pro
An update to the popular free script font Scriptina. Scriptina Pro has been expanded with a set of alternate letters without the loops and swashes, using the OpenType contextual alternates feature to switch them around automatically to avoid too many overlapping and repeating elements. You can also manually turn off the loops and swashes with the OpenType titling and swash features respectively. The originals alternate letters have been incorporated as stylistic alternates (and stylistic set 02) and the ligatures as discretionary ligatures if you should want them. The alternate non-script lowercase z is programmed as stylistic set 01. In addition Scriptina Pro has been given the usual CheapProFonts large multilingual character set.
06– Hattori Hanzo
08– Museo Slab
DejaRip is a contemporary, neutral, all-purpose sans-serif. It is modest and inconspicuous thanks to its basic, natural shapes; yet it lends a remarkable sense of clarity and accuracy to the overall design. DejaRip was originally designed for a mobile phone interface. While based on the proportions of the open source font DejaVu, it was redrawn from scratch to meet the client’s requirements. DejaRip was eventually developed into a much more versatile family, but remains particularly readable on screen.
11– Sonrisa Thin
Sonrisa™ Thin is the first font to be released of what will be an 8-font family that will include 6 weights (Light, Regular, Medium, Bold, Extra Bold, Black), as well as a do-it-yourself decorative titling font that uses stylistic sets to allow you to create variations of the basic display font. Sonrisa Thin includes: support for most languages that use the Latin, Greek (modern), or Cyrillic alphabets; true small caps and old style numerals; powerful Open Type features that give it great versatility; and much more. Available only in Open Type format.
12– Deibi Version 1.0
The only thing that hangs around longer than the holidays now can linger on your computer throughout the year!
17– A_B_ Stochome Modular Typeface
18– Solgas Font
19– Alice in Wonderland
This is the latest version (No.3) of the font “Alice in Wonderland” . It contains most of the main characters so you can write in English, Spanish, German, French, Portuguese, Italian, etc.
20– Beatles Font