Are you struggling to find that particular typeface that matches your creative vision? Then you’ve come to the right place!
We know that finding high-quality fonts can be a challenging and time-consuming task. That’s why we’ve taken care of the search for you. With a collection of over 100 free fonts, chosen specifically for designers and creatives, we are confident that you’ll find one, if not several, that meets your needs. These fonts are exactly what you’ve been searching for!
Designers tend to use a variety of fonts depending on the project’s purpose and style. Here are the most common types of fonts that designers like to use:
- Serif fonts have small lines or flourishes at the ends of their letters, giving them a more traditional or classic look. They’re often used for print designs, including books, magazines, and newspapers.
- Sans-serif fonts are clean, modern, and easy to read. They’re commonly used for digital designs, including websites and mobile apps.
- Slab serif fonts have thick, block-like serifs at the ends of their letters, giving them a bold appearance. They’re used for display purposes like headlines, titles, and logos.
- Geometric fonts feature clean, simple shapes based on geometric forms, and are commonly used for modern, minimalist designs.
- Monospaced fonts have equal spacing between characters, making them ideal for coding, programming, and technical designs.
Ultimately, the choice of font depends on the project’s purpose and the designer’s creative vision. By choosing the right font, designers can create designs that are aesthetically pleasing, easy to read, engaging, and ideally suited for their intended audience.
This collection showcases clean and distinctive fonts that have been designed to give your designs a professional and highly legible look, whether in digital or print formats. Our selection also only features fonts that prioritize functionality over ornamentation, as we have already covered ornate styles in previous collections.
Serif fonts are defined by the small lines (or decorative features) that trail from the edges of each letter and number. As serif fonts are considered easier to read, they’re typically used in print design as the characters are clearer and more distinctive, making it much easier for our brains to process.
Like Slab Serifs (see further down), there are always exceptions to the rule. Most Serifs will work perfectly well as a title or headline on the web, and some, as you will see by the selection of erif fonts below, will even work beautifully as body text, but please do choose your web typography carefully.
Bitter HT Serif
Bitter HT is a modern take on slab serif typefaces. While the designers recommend it for eBooks, Bitter HT can be used with different displays (web font included) to create an intellectual atmosphere. It comes with stroke weight variation. The balanced Bitter HT is the perfect serif for your next project.
Inspired by vintage typography and contemporary design trends, Arkibal Serif is a bold typeface that’s perfect for various displays. You can customize Arkibal to fit your needs, as it comes with six weights, web font, and stylistic variations. It’s an excellent choice for emphasizing your message.
PT Serif doesn’t just look good when using the Latin alphabet, it also fully supports Russian Cyrillic and characters from central European languages. This serif family offers regular and bold styles, corresponding italics, and two caption sizes that perfectly work on various display formats.
If your next project demands a unique font, you’ve just found it. Magnifika is a serif typeface that incorporates the best of vintage typography and retro nostalgia. It’s perfect for displays and posters, but you’ll love using its lowercase version for the web, too.
Elegant and dreamlike, Ayres is a serif typeface that’s perfect for brands that want to emphasize their creativity. Ayres Serif includes ligatures and alternate glyphs, and its condensed spacing lends itself perfectly to posters and large displays.
Wear your Sunday best and get ready for a good time with Rhytmic Dances, a handwritten font. Rhytmic Dances features a dancing baseline and a rough style mimicking writing with permanent markers. It’s perfect for artistic and creative projects and posters. You will also get a free Splatter font!
Calendas Plus Serif Font Family
Calendas Plus is a new take on the well-known Calendas font family. Elegant and intricate, Calendas Plus offers three distinct styles. Experiment with alternate fonts and ligatures to create an unmistakably imaginative atmosphere in your designs. You will get uppercase and lowercase characters, as well as numerals, punctuation, and more.
Kula is a serif font family that combines both fun and tradition. This font family offers four fonts with variations (outline, shadow, and blur versions). It’s incredibly versatile; use it as a web font, or make your headlines and posters stand out by adding a touch of Kula.
Handmade and flowing, Pratiwi is the perfect font to bridge vintage typography with modern (slightly hipster) tendencies. This hand-drawn script comes in two styles: Pratiwi and Pratiwi Vintage, and offers two long swashes for that extra dramatic effect. It’s perfect for logos, stationery, product packaging design, and more.
YoungSerif Medium Serif Typeface
YoungSerif is a new approach to serif typography from a studio that frequently designs modern fonts for web display. A heavy-weight, vintage-inspired serif typeface, YoungSerif is perfect for headlines and posters. It’s perfectly legible at the same time, so it can be used for smaller type displays, too.
When in doubt, have fun. And Foundry is here to help you with that. This stylish, handwritten script font pack makes every material more engaging. From logos and headers to prints, Foundry will get the party started. It works as a web font, and comes with beautiful swashes and ligatures.
Don’t sacrifice elegance for readability (or vice versa). Droid Serif was made with body copy reading requirements in mind, but it retains a standout serif aesthetic. The letters are condensed to provide an excellent reading experience, and Droid Serif offers three styles (regular, italic, bold, and bold italic).
Rumble Brave Vintage Fonts
Find out what Victorian typography would look like this year with Rumble Brave. This collection of engaging vintage fonts comes in three types (serif, script, and dingbat). All of the glyphs are unique, making them perfect for posters, logos, and other branding materials. Rumble Brave also offers intricate stylistic alternates.
Jura Serif Typeface
Step into the future with Jura, a modernized sans-serif font family. Inspired by Eurostile, Jura is an excellent font for projects related to technology and innovation. It works well in web body copy, as well as different displays. It offers four weights (light, book, medium, and demi-bold) and multilingual support.
Create an atmosphere of brand longevity with Appareo Extras, a decorative font inspired by the worn-out feeling of vintage books. Appareo Extras offers three distressed weights with matching italics: black, medium, and light/extra light. You’ll also get graphics elements: frames, borders, and more. It’s the whole package!
If you don’t want to compromise between elegance and readability, check out Merriweather Serif. This font family was designed for web display and offers plenty of options through 8 pristine weights: light, light italic, regular, italic, bold, bold italic, ultra-bold, and ultra-bold italic. Multilingual support is also included!
Mon Cheri Typeface
Fun and bold, Mon Cheri is a script typeface that incorporates different elements to create well-rounded and engaging designs. You’ll get uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals, punctuation, and stylistic alternates so you can mix and match. It’s perfect for greeting cards, posters, product designs, and more.
Create a wholesome feeling with Vollkorn Serif. This typeface family comes with 12 grainy styles (from regular to semi-bold and extra bold with matching italics), support for the Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic alphabets and special characters, alternates, ligatures, and more. It’s truly the whole package for your kit!
Stay Alive Sans
Stay Alive Sans brings Victorian typography back to life with solid shapes and boldness. This all-caps victorian-style typeface is perfect for large displays like posters, but it can work wonders for other branding materials, as well. Stay Alive Sans comes with various stylistic alternates, ligatures, accents, numerals, and punctuation.
The Crimson Text typeface
First released in 2010, Crimson has gone through significant overhauls to now be able to present a beautiful, legible font for web copy. Crimson now offers intricate details like old-style figures to bridge the gap between aesthetics and functionality. With six weights and multilingual support, Crimson is a great choice!
Himalaya Set Type
Himalaya Set Type is a beautiful font duo (script and sans-serif) for your next project, perfect for adventurers and dreamers alike. The hand-drawn characters have a rough edge, perfect for posters, stationery, product design, and more. You can make it your own by using stylistic alternates and glyphs.
A perfect workhorse, versatile typeface, Calluna has plenty of features that make it a worthy addition to your standard design kit. This serif typeface comes in 8 styles: 5 weights and three italics.
Go Big(Nord) or go home. Create a standout atmosphere with Bignord, a serif font with ornate details. This vintage typeface offers five stylistic alternates for certain letters, so you can pick the version that suits your project best. You’ll get extra graphic elements, too, including frames and ornaments.
Add a dash of personality to your designs (without sacrificing quality and readability). How? With Bree Serif. Bree Serif perfectly mimics the handwriting flow, retaining legibility and everything that makes serif typefaces perfect for the web. This serif family comes with stylistic alternates for additional customization, as well.
Afta Serif Font
Perfect for body copy while retaining the traditional serif elegance, Afta Serif is an excellent addition to your graphic design toolkit. It comes in two weights: regular and italic, with uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals, and punctuation for the standard English alphabet. Afta is thin, refined, and an excellent choice.
There’s nothing bad about this urban, decorative typeface. Badhead offers over 200 glyphs and alternate characters that were painstakingly designed to provide you with a typeface for creating standout designs. You can mix and match glyphs to create the perfect logo, poster, headline, print, or other branding material.
Now there’s a font that sounds just like rock ‘n’ roll. Burnts Maker is a handwritten script typeface inspired by music culture and graffiti art. It’s perfect for standout designs for album covers, events, and posters. It comes with two styles and stylistic alternates.
Sant’Elia Font Family
If you’re looking for the whole font package for engaging and visually dynamic projects, you’ve found it. Sant’Elia is a font family that offers 44 vibrant script typefaces, with plenty of stylistic alternates, swash, ligatures, and old-style numerals. The free version provides five beautiful fonts.
Osgard Pro leverages Romanesque and Gothic typography’s boldness to create a unique and ornate serif typeface for the modern era. The Osgard Pro typeface comes with thousands of swashes, ligatures, alternates, and everything else you need to make your message resonate and help your brand radiate pure power.
Exodus Free Typeface
Elegance, with a twist. Exodus is a serif typeface that offers luxurious and simplistic characters. But if you’re looking for something more unique, you can pick alternate display characters that play with bold lines and empty space for a futuristic feel. From logos to posters, Exodus works perfectly!
Make your dreams come true with Indulge, a dreamy script typeface. Indulge offers over 800 glyphs and over 450 swashes, so it’s an ornate font perfect for elegant and trendy projects (particularly fashion, wedding invitations, and similar applications). You will also get vector ornaments to create the ideal experience.
As helpful as a butler, the Butler typeface has the versatility you need in your toolkit. Inspired by the Bodoni font family, Butler is a serif font with 14 weights, various ligatures, text figures, and more. It’ll work perfectly on big displays, as well as body copy.
Tryst Regular Typeface
Tryst is the perfect workhorse serif font for practical and knowledgeable brands. You can use it across projects – including web display and body copy. You’ll get uppercase and lowercase characters, as well as numerals and punctuation. Tryst also offers a variety of special characters for different languages.
Brayden Script Family
Add more vibrancy to your standard materials with Brayden. This script family has been inspired by vintage typography and offers three weights for script fonts and one weight for sans-serif fonts. You’ll get contextual swashes, as well, so you can customize the Brayden script for your next logo or poster.
Born Serif Typeface
Born was born in Barcelona, and it believes in the principles of humanist typography. It’s highly legible, even when applied to web body copy, and you’ll love the sophisticated approach to serif typography.
Fénix Regular Typeface
Elegant and legible, Fenix is the perfect serif typeface for modern brands. It works beautifully as a web font, and you can use it for large displays, as well, thanks to its understated elegance. Fenix offers multilingual support with plenty of special characters and comes with stylish numerals and punctuation.
Knubi Regular Serif
Showcase your friendliness with Knubi, a serif typeface with beautifully rounded swashes. Knubi comes with close to 400 glyphs that support 80 languages with special characters. It’s perfectly readable but offers a touch of fun, so it’ll work great for branding, as well as standard copy.
Abraham Lincoln Serif
Inspired by the actual president’s height, stature, and honesty, Abraham Lincoln Serif is a typeface that embodies all of those qualities. It’s condensed, which makes it much easier to read, but you can use it for large displays like posters for the dramatic effect, too.
Sans Serif Fonts
The difference between a Serif and Sans Serif font is that Sans Serifs do not have those small decorative lines that characterize Serifs.
With their modern, cleaner, and simpler appearance, Sans Serif fonts are typically more accessible on the web as they’re much easier to read on screens, regardless of their font or device size. Understandably, Sans Serifs are the most commonly used Google Fonts.
JUST Sans Minimal Geometric Typeface
Coming with 600+ characters and in seven styles (light, extra-light, regular, medium, semi-bold, bold, and extra-bold), JUST Sans is a highly legible and beautiful modern geometric sans-serif font that would be perfect for use on any project. It also includes a bonus variable font.
Bebas Neue Sans Serif
Bebas Neue is a wonderfully versatile sans-serif font family. With five weights (thin, light, book, regular, and bold) that take cues from the original Bebas Neue font family, this new version works even better for print and the web. With multilingual support and the lightness of presentation, Bebas Neue works perfectly!
IBM champions innovation and cosmopolitanism, so it’s not surprising to see their official font – IBM Plex – embodying the same values. This corporate serif typeface family has extensive multilingual support (including Arabic, Hebrew, and more). It works perfectly for tech projects – IBM Plex signals engineering perfection.
Designed for the French Centre National des Arts Plastiques, Faune is a wonderful typeface family that offers both sans-serif (Faune Text) and script (Faune Display) fonts. Both are incredibly vibrant and versatile, so they’re well-suited to various projects. Every Faune font sub-family offers three variants.
Fira Sans Serif
Fira is what everyone has in mind when you mention an IT font. Fira embodies Mozilla Firefox’s characteristic open-source culture. You’ll get three weights with matching italics, as well as extensive multilingual support with special characters and a monospaced variant. Fira is perfect for web display.
Keep it simple with Homizio Nova. It offers four weights: regular, italic, light italic, and light. It includes uppercase and lowercase characters, punctuation, numerals, and certain special characters.
Alegreya Sans HT
Alegreya Sans HT incorporates humanist typography with modern readability requirements to provide a versatile sans-serif typeface family. You’ll get 28 fonts in the bundle, including extra bold and extra bold SC italic. There’s no doubt about it: it’s the whole package (with multilingual support)!
Peace Sans is a font with a pacifist story to tell. Its curves make it incredibly friendly, and its legibility ensures that it works perfectly for small and large displays alike. It speaks different languages, too. You’ll get full glyph support for different alphabets and various special characters.
Sketchetik Fill Light
Sketchetik Fill Light is a member of the Sketchetik sans font family. It’s highly legible and offers full support (special characters included). This makes Sketchetik perfect for the web, as well as posters and branding materials for innovative companies. You can add it to your toolbox for free.
Mohave Sans Serif
Originally designed as an all-caps sans-serif typeface, Mohave has now transformed into a versatile font family. It currently offers four weights (light, regular, medium, and bold) with matching italics. The neutral character body shapes make the Mohave typeface perfect for a variety of branding materials, as well as web displays.
A beautiful sans-serif with special effects, Neris shines when used for display and shorter paragraphs. Neris avoids the typical sans-serif boredom and adds slanted lines, special curvature, and other elements that make it so engaging. It supports multiple languages and alphabets, and comes with special characters for languages like Bulgarian.
Dense Sans Serif
If you want to make your designs more legible, conDense them. Dense is a sans-serif typeface that does its job well. It comes in three weights (thin, regular, and bold). The bolder variant looks great on large displays, while thin and regular work perfectly for web copy. Multilingual support is included!
Canter Sans Serif
Elegant (with a dramatic twist), Canter is a phenomenal sans-serif typeface choice for your next project. Bold lines and sharp turns work together to provide you with an outstanding font family. Canter offers six display types (including Canter 3D, shadow, and outline), perfect for headlines, posters, and other branding materials.
Sabado Sans Serif
Modern and bold, Sabado is a sans-serif font family that will make your next display design look phenomenal. You’ll get two modern styles: Sabado regular and Sabado italic. You can’t go wrong with sans-serif, but give your standard style extra flair with Sabado!
Rhyder Sans Serif
Geometry is perfection, and Rhyder takes its cues from the beauty of nature. This geometrical sans-serif font is perfect for both display and text, and it offers plenty of powerful elements to work with. Every character is meticulously detailed, and you’ll get accents, numerals, and punctuation, as well.
Langdon Sans Serif
Solid, serious, and stable. Langdon embodies all the right values, but it doesn’t forget to capture attention. It plays well with outlines and shadows for an extra dramatic effect when designing headlines and posters. In addition to regular characters, you’ll also get numerals, punctuation, and more.
Myra Sans Serif
Who says practical can’t be beautiful? Myra proves that sans-serifs can be just as striking as scripts. It plays with thin lines and rounded corners, the exaggerated swash being the cherry on top, to create a unique atmosphere. It’s perfect for web, print, apparel, and more!
Adam Pro Sans Serif
Adam Pro is a sharp, clean sans-serif typeface inspired by the Futura font family. It comes with 228 character glyphs that will look beautiful on posters and other display formats. It’s an all-caps typeface with numerals and different weights. Adam Pro also offers certain special characters and accents.
Aileron Sans Serif
Futurism and humanism come together to form Aileron, a beautifully balanced sans-serif typeface inspired by the Neo-Grotesque design movement. Aileron has specific curvature that makes it look soft. With 16 different weight combinations with matching italics and bold variants, Aileron is an excellent asset for modern display and print designs.
Building Sans Serif
Capture your audience’s attention by creating something unique with Building, a display sans-serif typeface. Inspired by the art deco style, Building offers uppercase letters, numerals, punctuation, and a few special characters in the same style. If you want your next headline to stand out and radiate power, download Building.
Clean and structured, Pier is the perfect sans-serif typeface for modern brands. This geometric font comes with beautifully designed uppercase and lowercase characters, punctuation, and multilingual support through special characters and numerals. You can experiment with six different weights (with matching italics variants) to create something truly beautiful.
Big John & Slim Joe Sans Serif
Different yet similar, Big John and Slim Joe are two sides of the same coin. Big John is a bold and beautiful version, while Slim Joe is thin and modern. Both fonts in the duo are all-caps sans serifs, and they play off of each other beautifully to emphasize contrasts.
Moon Rounded Sans
Aim for the moon – even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars. The modern version is its namesake – this rounded sans-serif typeface. Moon has three distinct weights, uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals, and special characters for different languages. It’s an excellent choice!
Linotte Rounded Sans Serif
If you want to add more personality to your next design project, take a look at Linotte. This sweet, semi-bold sans-serif typeface is perfect for adding a dash of fun to your standard materials. In both cases, numerals, punctuation, and special characters for European languages, Linotte is an excellent choice.
Source Sans Pro
Source Sans Pro is Adobe’s first open-source typeface, and it’s perfect for user interface (UI) design. Inspired by the best sans-serif typefaces used today, Source doubles down on what works and offers extensive support for different languages and special characters. You’ll get 12 weights, too!
FV Almelo Sans Serif
Nothing is friendlier than round fonts, and FV Almelo is the generation’s valedictorian. It’s an all-caps sans-serif with alternates, glyphs, punctuation, special characters, and more. It works great when displayed on posters and other large formats, and it’s a fun addition to campaigns.
Thin and elegant, Maven Modern is the perfect font collection for the 21st century. This particular set expands on the original Maven collection with three light fonts, including an ultra-thin hairline font. It’s an excellent choice for web display and text, as well as headlines and label design.
Intro Sans Serif
Intro is a sans-serif type collection that consists of 72 fonts. You can download four for free. This sans serif is incredibly playful yet modern and refined. It offers multilingual support and characters for Extended Latin and Cyrillic alphabets. It’s perfect for text and UI designs!
If you’re looking for a sans-serif that’s not like any other, take a look at Ostrich. This sans-serif font comes with a fantastic inline presentation, as well as special characters for different languages. You’ll also have your pick of weights, from dashed to heavy.
Cabin Sans Serif
There’s nothing like a humanist sans to reinforce your brand’s values. And when it comes to sans, Cabin is an excellent choice. This font offers an incredible weight range, as well as two options: roman and italic. Every rounded element is perfectly adjusted and adds personality.
HK Grotesk Sans Serif
A sans-serif typeface inspired by traditional Grotesque typography, HK Grotesk is an excellent choice for bold messaging. Its rounded characters radiate friendliness, and it works perfectly for both text and display. In addition to uppercase and lowercase letters, you’ll also get numerals, punctuation, and plenty of special characters.
Qanelas Soft creates such a soft atmosphere because of its rounded design. This sans-serif typeface offers 20 diverse weights, every single one of them friendly. It’s perfect for UI design, body copy, and other purposes. Qanelas may be versatile, but it has a striking personality.
Moderne plays with curvature and sharp lines to create a clean, albeit dynamic, typeface for your next project. Originally inspired by the Roaring 20’s era typography, Moderne adapted to modern trends and works for modern formats, posters, and other materials. It even comes with a few alternate characters!
Designed for legibility and headlines, Blogger expanded to form a well-rounded sans-serif typeface with plenty of options. You’ll get four weights with matching italics, as well as alternates and stylistic sets for different alphabets (e.g., Cyrillic). With over 550 glyphs, you can’t go wrong with Blogger!
Make a statement with Katahdin. It is a rounded, extremely modern sans-serif typeface that works perfectly in print and the web. Round corners make Katahdin friendly, and with multilingual support, it’s the whole package. If you are looking for a go-to font, you’ve found it!
Rubik Sans Serif
Created for the Rubik’s Cube Exhibition in Jersey City, Rubik was expanded to include multilingual support (including Cyrillic and Hebrew characters). Today, it’s a free, well-rounded sans-serif font that can be used across projects. You’ll get five distinct weights with matching italics for personalization.
Cast Iron Sans Serif
Cast Iron brings old-school movie headlines back to life. This free font for designers is perfect if you want to engage your audience or create truly unique materials. Cut-off corners create a dynamic atmosphere your clients will love seeing on their logos, labels, apparel, and other materials!
Relancer Display Typeface
If you’re nostalgic for the art deco era, you’re going to love the Relancer Display typeface. Relancer is an all-caps, sans-serif font with numerals (and limited punctuation options) included. Perfect geometry and pristine presentation come together to help you create elegant designs. Try it for free!
Overpass Sans Serif
Perfectly legible and made with UI design in mind, Overpass is an open-source font with plenty of options to make your next project look (and feel) amazing. You’ll get eight weights with italics, and a monospace option for a retro feel. Your audience is going to love it!
Coves Sans Serif
Funky and fresh, Coves sans-serif comes with a full character range, from uppercase and lowercase to special characters and accents. Its simple, rounded edges interact with slanted lines to create a vibrant atmosphere beloved by modern and trendy brands. Coves sans-serif is free, so add it to your toolkit ASAP!
Raleway Sans Serif
Originally designed as a thin font, Raleway has become a standard go-to font and expanded into a sans-serif font family. It currently offers nine weights with italics and a variable version. Stylistic alternates and discretionary ligatures make Raleway an incredibly elegant choice for the web.
Slab Serif Fonts
There are many different sub-categories to serifs. Slab just happens to be the most popular variant. Evolving from the Modern style and at times called square serifs or Egyptian, they’re defined by having a bolder serif and are primarily designed to be used as print headlines and are typically paired with a thinner and lighter font.
But many Slab Serifs will work perfectly well – as you will see by the free font selection below – in a smaller font size and could be easily used as body text.
Corduroy Slab Regular
Inspired by vintage typography that invites you to roll up your sleeves and get to work, Corduroy Slab has no problem asserting itself. This sturdy slab-serif display font is perfect for brands that want to become leaders, and designing with Corduroy Slab is an incredible experience for every graphic designer.
Be as funky as Munky. This slab serif is perfect for fun campaigns. As the creator says: Munky is like Jeff Bridges – effortlessly charming. It offers both uppercase and lowercase letters and works like a charm as a display type, but you can also use it for shorter copy.
Modern and stylish, LUNA is a serif typeface that both emulates vintage typography and adds a modern twist to the final presentation. You’ll get two unique versions of Luna: regular and stylish. Both versions contain uppercase and lowercase characters so you can create the design of your dreams.
Promesh Athletic Font
Capture the essence of victory with Promesh Athletic. It is a modern serif inspired by athletic typography, and it comes ready to win. You will get uppercase characters, numerals, and punctuation in three versions: regular, stitched, and mesh. If your next display design has to be victorious, download this font!
Lunchbox Slab Regular
Make your message resonate with Lunchbox Slab Regular, a hand-drawn script typeface. It offers three weights: light, regular, and bold. Not only will Lunchbox make your next project more dynamic, but it will also improve your presentation with over 1,500 total characters and numerous graphic elements like flourishes and frames.
Carton Slab Serif
Strong and sensitive – it’s time for you to meet Carton Slab, a beautiful serif typeface that creates a wonderful atmosphere. It’s the perfect choice for display designs with its all-caps characters. Inspired by letterpress typography, Carton will help you seamlessly combine traditional and contemporary trends.
Zenzero Grotesk Typeface
Showcase your brand personality with Zenzero Grotesk. This typeface pulls inspiration from various typography styles to create a uniquely eccentric result. You will get two font styles (regular and round), as well as numerous ligatures and stylistic alternates, so you can mix and match until Zenzero fits your brand perfectly.
Weston Rounded Slab Serif
Weston is anything but typical. This all-caps slab-serif typeface offers curvature that radiates a friendly feel while evoking futurism. You’ll get two versions: light and regular, as well as numerals and punctuation.
Chunk Slab Serif
Chunk may be chunky, but it sure looks good. Chunk is a free slab-serif typeface inspired by American Western woodcuts, which gives it a uniquely refined grainy look. You can use the regular version or use the version with texture for standout display designs. Download Chunk for your next project!
Klinic Slab Serif
If you need a workhorse font but don’t want to sacrifice personality, you’ll love Klinic Slab. This font family offers four weights (and matching italics) that will give you the readability you need while also adding a little flair. It offers multilingual support, numerals, and more!
Aleo Slab Serif
Aleo Slab Serif is the perfect modern font family that will work for display designs as well as smaller formats. Ligatures improve the reading flow, and no matter which language you speak, Aleo will support you. You will get six styles (three weights and matching italics), numerals, and both cases.
A simple slab serif, Twentywelve is the perfect workhorse typeface that you can use across your project portfolio. You’ll get three versions (bold, light, and regular), uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals, punctuation, and special characters. Twentywelve shines on the web, but it’s a mean display typeface, too!
Airbag Slab Serif
Airbag is a free slab serif that will work wonders for your display designs. This typeface takes cues from vintage typography and works perfectly with special effects like shadows and outlines to provide you with a powerful graphic design asset. It is all-caps but offers numerals and punctuation.
Lumberjack Free Font
Sturdy and textured, Lumberjack evokes the hardworking aesthetic of an actual lumberjack. You might not take it to the woods, but you sure can take it to your display designs. With 385 glyphs, four versions (regular, rough, inline, shadow), and multiple language support, Lumberjack is the perfect (and free) choice!
If you want a friendlier approach to vintage typography and slab-serif typefaces, you will love Ansley. This display typeface comes with six weights (from thin to inline) that will look perfect on different projects. If you want to radiate friendliness while rooting your brand in confidence, download Ansley.
Inspired by Austrian neoclassical architecture and the original Korneuburg Display typeface, Korneuburg Slab is an excellent (and highly legible) choice. You’ll get three weights (light, regular, and bold + matching italics), as well as uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals, and punctuation, with hundreds of glyphs and kerning pairs.
Baron Sans Serif
Who said sans-serifs couldn’t look powerful? Baron is here to help you rule the empire of graphic design. This all-caps display typeface offers different weights and alternates, so it’s easy to tailor it to your unique needs.
Elegant yet futuristic, Exo is a free geometric sans-serif typeface that’s going to work for display just as well as it works for the web and smaller formats. Exo comes with nine different weights (with matching italics) and offers intricately designed characters that convey an authentic futuristic atmosphere.
Nexa Sans Serif
Nexa is a geometric sans-serif typeface family that offers plenty of options to make your next design stand out. Even though it’s bold, it’s perfectly legible, so it’s a good fit for the web, too. You’ll get nine weights and 36 fonts.
Choplin Slab Serif
Modern, geometric, and sturdy, Choplin is a display typeface you can rely on. It was inspired by the Campton sans-serif font family, so it keeps the legibility principles of sans-serif while offering something new. You’ll get two fonts in the free version: Choplin Medium and Choplin Extra Light.
The Metropolis Typeface
Metropolis is the workhorse sans-serif typeface family you need. Geometric, modern, and legible, Metropolis takes important cues from minimalism to help your designs shine. It offers nine weights (with matching italics for each), uppercase and lowercase characters, special characters with accents, numerals, and punctuation. It’s the whole package!
Norwester Sans Serif
Condensed, bold, and beautiful, Norwester is a sans-serif typeface your graphic design toolbox needs. It is geometric and takes cues from traditional sans-serif design while adding bold presentations that make it truly unique (and perfect for displays and posters). It is an all-caps typeface with alternates, numerals, and punctuation.
Kelson Sans Serif
This sans font family is simple and effective. The Kelson family offers nine free fonts (from Sans Bold to Russian light and everything in between) with numerals, punctuation, and multilingual support so that you can truly use them across various projects. It’s perfect for readable web copy and headlines!
Charlevoix Sans Serif
Inspired by the Quebec region’s serene landscape, Charlevoix is a free sans-serif that embodies peace and tranquility while communicating wisdom. You’ll get eight weights with uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals, and punctuation. When used for display, Charlevoix’s rounded corners will look bold and beautiful.
Inspired by typewriter-style fonts, Monospaced fonts use a single set width for all letters, numbers, and glyphs, making them highly legible and thus perfect for writing code.
As well as the selection of free monospaced fonts below, we have also published a specialized collection of free monospaced programming and coding fonts you may also like to explore.
Monoid was initially designed for coding, but it’s turned into an interesting sans-serif font you can use in your designs. It offers sharpness even on low-resolution displays, numerous alternate options, and four weights (regular, bold, oblique, and retina) with multilingual support with glyphs for different alphabets.
If you’re working with a tech brand, they’re going to love FiraCode. This free monospaced font comes with programming ligatures that you can use to add more dynamism to your materials. It’s an excellent choice for technical design, as well as display and logos.
Office Code Pro
Office Code Pro was made to retrofit Source Code Pro for coding environments, but its monospaced sans-serif aesthetic will suit a variety of designs (particularly in the IT sector). It offers multiple weights with matching italics and special characters (e.g., numerators and denominators), stylistic alternates, and multilingual support.
Originally a workhorse for code, Hack Mono turned into a standout typeface that you can use for your display campaigns if you need to convey a futuristic and technological feel. It offers different weights and spacing and plenty of other features that make it perfect for programming interfaces.
Ubuntu Mono Font
Ubuntu Mono font is exactly like Ubuntu: modern, reliable, and precise. While the Ubuntu font offers three weights, the Mono version is particularly interesting because of its traditional UI typography. It works well for UI, short copy, web design, and display campaigns with a futuristic atmosphere.
DejaVu is a font family inspired by Bitstream Vera. It expands on Bitstream Vera’s offering by adding more characters and weights, from DejaVu Mono Bold Oblique to DejaVu Math TeX Gyre. This sans-serif is a great workhorse, but you can also use it to create a hi-tech atmosphere.
Droid Sans Mono
Droid Sans Mono is a font family made for Android, which tells you a lot about its open-source aesthetic. It mimics the look of typewriters while retaining a unique feeling. Droid Sans Mono feels like a serif but retains the sans-serif legibility thanks to its sharp corners and bold lines.
BP Mono is perfect for technical texts and programming, but you can use it for different designs to create a futuristic atmosphere. You will get six weights (regular, italic, bold, stencil, round, and round bold). Regular looks great for copy, but the eccentric stencil will make materials like logos shine.
Anonymous Pro is a font family that offers four fonts with multilingual support. It’s based on the original 2001 Anonymous typeface and now expands the offer with more glyphs and weights. You’ll also get different keyword symbols to stay true to Anonymous’ IT and programming aesthetic.
Fantasque Sans Mono
Practical and fun, Fantasque Sans Mono combines the legibility of programming fonts with handwriting-like fluffiness to create a unique workhorse font. You’ll get three versions (regular, bold, and italic) with multilingual support (including Greek glyphs). You’ll also get an intricate stylistic alternate set.
All 100 of the above fonts have been confirmed as being free at the time of publishing. If that ever changes, please let us know.
Also, most of the fonts can be used in your personal projects, but please double-check the licenses of each font when it comes to commercial use.
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