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50 Free Fonts for Creating Beautiful Headlines & Titles

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This collection focuses on clean, distinctive, and those easy-to-read fonts that designers crave – free fonts for beautiful headlines and titles. Whether you use them on the web or in print, these are the types (pun intended) of legible fonts you will need to give your typography the professional impact your readers or users demand.

All fifty of these fonts have been confirmed to be free to use on either personal or commercial projects, but please do check the licenses just in case they do change.

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1. Aleo Font by Alessio Laiso

Aleo is a free headline and title font created by Alessio Laiso. This contemporary slab-serif is perfect for elegant brands, blogs, and print as well as the web. The ligatures are perfect for readability, and you can pick from 6 styles to craft the perfect headline for your next headline.

Aleo free title headline typography font typeface

2. Bariol Font Family by Atipo Foundry

Friendly and fun, Bariol is an excellent headline and title font for your next project. If you want to establish a casual tone from the get go, this sans-serif will work perfectly. You’ll get Bariol regular and Bariol italic in the free version, or upgrade to get more.

Bariol free title headline typography font typeface

3. RNS Camelia on Envato Elements

Inspired by typography you would’ve seen on the streets of New York in the 1920’s and 1930’s, RNS Camelia is a modernized demi-slab typeface. You’ll get 14 styles (from thin, to black) to make your headlines and text glamorous and perfectly legible.

RNS Camelia free title headline typography font typeface

4. Calendas Plus by Atipo Foundry

Give your materials a dash of glamour with Calendas Plus, a gorgeous typeface with a classic typography flavor. In the free download, you can get the regular version, notable for its intricate swash and ornate details. It’ll work perfectly for headlines for the web, or in print campaigns.

Calendas Plus free title headline typography font typeface

5. Addington CF Serif Font Family on Envato Elements

Adding CF Serif is a font family with typefaces that are reliable and graceful. They don’t sacrifice elegance for legibility so they’re perfect for all kinds of headlines. You’ll get 7 weights so Addington CF serif is a perfect addition to your standard kit!

Addington CF Serif free title headline typography font typeface

6. Fénix Typeface by Fernando Díaz

A serif typeface rooted in calligraphy and elevated by modern legibility standards, Fenix is perfect for your next project. Bold strokes interact with elegant lines to create a beautiful typeface for headlines. You’ll get uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals, punctuation, and other special characters for (mainly) European languages.

fenix free title headline typography font typeface

7. Cheddar Gothic Font Family on Envato Elements

Hand-drawn and striking, Cheddar Gothic is the perfect typeface for your headlines and display campaigns. The typeface family offers 8 fonts; from sans and serif, to slab and stencil styles. You’ll also get 92 glyphs so you can mix and match to make Cheddar Gothic fit your vision.

Cheddar Gothic free title headline typography font typeface

8. Municipal Typeface by Sean Coady

There’s nothing commonplace about Municipal, a phenomenal, free typeface for bold headlines. Municipal is a very strong take on sans-serif typography, inspired by old school headlines. It’s an all-caps typeface, and lowercase characters trigger stylistic alternates with shadows. You’ll also get numerals and punctuation!

Municipal Typeface free title headline typography font typeface

9. Marquis Organic Font Duo (+EXTRAS) on Envato Elements

Vintage with a modern flair, Marquis is a bold serif and sans-serif font duo. It offers an organic feel because it was hand-made, and each font comes with 4 styles (regular, bold, italic, and outline). It’s perfect for headlines and you’ll get 12 logo templates, too!

Marquis Organic Font Duo free title headline typography font typeface

10. Lovelo Font by Fontfabric

Perfect for display campaigns, Lovelo is a bold font family with 3 free fonts. It’s a remake of the original Lovelo font characteristic for its inlines that make it perfect for shorter and impactful headlines (or logos). You will get 3 versions: black, line bold, and line light.

Lovelo free title headline typography font typeface

11. New York Font on Envato Elements

Evoke nostalgia in everyone who sees your design with the New York font family. These typefaces offer 8 distinct styles characterized by their grungy, distressed texture; from New York regular and grunge, to New York shadow line and shadow grunge. It’s perfect for your vintage and retro designs!

New York free title headline typography font typeface

12. Promesh Athletic Font by Paul Reis

Create a victorious atmosphere with Promesh Athletic, a display serif font inspired by athletic typography and the mesh texture you’d see on LeBron’s jersey. You can work with the regular version, pick the mesh, textured version for an added dramatic effect, or go with Promesh Stitch.

Promesh Athletic free title headline typography font typeface

13. The Douglas Collections on Envato Elements

The Douglas Collection is full of beautiful fonts for your next headline or logo project. You’ll get 12 handmade fonts with an outdoorsy, vintage vibe, as well as graphic elements and logo templates to help you create something incredible without starting from scratch. It’s 100% free!

The Douglas Collections free title headline typography font typeface

14. Biko Font Family by Marco Ugolini

Biko is a friendly and outspoken sans-serif. Its bold versions work perfectly for headlines, and lighter versions guarantee readability. Biko is free for personal use, and you will get 4 versions: light, regular, black, and bold. Add it to your posters or elevate your headlines with a touch of simplicity.

Biko free title headline typography font typeface

15. Nexa Font Family by Fontfabric

Simple and futuristic, Nexa is a sans-serif font family that’ll work well for headlines, display campaigns, and even shorter texts. You can download 4 versions for free: Nexa Bold, Nexa Text Bold, Nexa Light, and Nexa Text Light. It also offers multilingual support (extended Latin and Cyrillic included).

Nexa free title headline typography font typeface

16. Knubi Font by Matt Vergotis

Sleek, lovely, and pristine, Knubi is an excellent choice for your next design. This versatile serif works perfectly for striking headlines, as well as smaller copy with emphasized readability. You’ll get uppercase and lowercase, as well as special characters, numerals (with fractions), and more if you download Knubi.

Knubi free title headline typography font typeface

17. Palo Alto Font by TypeFaith Fonts

Palo Alto is the personification of the famed Palo Alto, renowned for its tech hubs and innovation. This serif is simple and friendly with its relatively bolder lines, and it offers both uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals, and everything else you’ll need to create stunning headlines and titles.

Palo Alto free title headline typography font typeface

18. Maven Pro Font by Lost Type Co-op

Sleek, with special strokes, Maven Pro expands on the original Maven Pro typeface. You’ll get the three lightest weights you might have been missing, and they are going to give you more room for experimentation for your next headline or title. It’s free for personal use!

Maven Pro free title headline typography font typeface

19. Kelson Sans by Fontfabric

Kelson Sans overhauled the Kelyson type family with a few new twists. This new sans-serif typeface is free to use, and you’ll love the 9 distinct styles (bold, light, normal, Bulgarian bold, Bulgarian light, Bulgarian normal, Russian bold, Russian light, Russian normal). Kelson’s simplicity works wonders!

Kelson Sans free title headline typography font typeface

20. Corporata Font by Advent Font

Strong and versatile, Corporata is a fresh new typeface with plenty of options and 7 distinct weights. Uppercase characters are bold and perfect for headlines, while the lowercase characters add sleekness to body copy. You’ll also get numerals and punctuation, as well as Greek characters (uppercase and lowercase).

Corporata free title headline typography font typeface

21. Myra Font by Fontfabric

Myra is a beautifully decorated sans-serif typeface. Inspired by vintage typography and designed with contemporary trends in mind, Myra’s deco style is perfect for striking headlines, logos, and display campaigns. It’s an all-caps font, but using the lowercase characters gives you character alternates without the curls.

Myra free title headline typography font typeface

22. Mathlete Font by Mattox

Mathlete is a fun font that’s perfect for friendly and approachable brands that want to evoke childhood nostalgia. You’ll get 4 interesting font versions: skinny, skinny slant, bulky, and bulky slant. You’ll also get matching numerals and punctuation that mimic the signature handwriting flow.

Mathlete free title headline typography font typeface

23. Hammersmith One Font by Sorkin Type Co

A bold sans-serif, Hammersmith is a typeface you can rely on. Its strong lines and interesting twists make it perfect for headlines and titles, but it retains its legibility for longer copy, as well. You’ll get uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals, and punctuation. Hammersmith is the whole package!

Hammersmith One free title headline typography font typeface

24. Fenix Font Family by Fernando Díaz

If you want your brand to radiate elegance, go with Fenix. This typeface is incredibly versatile; it’ll work perfectly for display and print campaigns, as well as website headlines and copy. It was inspired by calligraphy; all the characters are clean and sharp. It’s also free!

fenix free title headline typography font typeface

25. Manteka Font by Edu Araya

Manteka is a free, bold sans-serif typeface. Its all-caps nature makes it perfect for headlines, be that for the web or print, and you’ll also get numerals and punctuation. Manteka works perfectly for brands that want to emulate tech innovation or show everyone just how forward-thinking they are.

free title headline typography font typeface

26. Homizio Font Family by Álvaro Thomáz

Homizio is a friendly and versatile sans-serif font family that’s going to work perfectly for headlines, as well as print campaigns. You’ll get six styles: thin, light, regular, medium, bold, and black to work with. Some styles also have ligatures to make your designs more unique.

Manteka free title headline typography font typeface

27. Mission Script by Lost Type Co-op

Add more loveliness to your headlines with Mission, a gentle script perfect for blog headlines and designs with a refined feminine aesthetic. The author created it to celebrate brush scripts and it shows. This wonderful little font will work wonders for your next campaign (and it’s completely free)!

Mission Script free title headline typography font typeface

28. Sreda Font by Fontfabric

Sreda is a striking slab-serif font that will make your next design infinitely more interesting. This slab-serif typeface works great for headlines, but it retains its legibility if you decide to use it for longer copy. And since the recent update, Sreda also supports Cyrillic characters. Try it for free!

Sreda free title headline typography font typeface

29. Edmondsans Font by Lost Type Co-op

Edmondsans is the perfect workhorse typeface that you can use across your project portfolio. A sans-serif with 3 weights, Edmondsans is easy to integrate into different designs. You’ll also get stylistic alternates, non-lining figures, and beautifully designed lowercase characters. It’s an excellent addition to your kit!

Edmondsans free title headline typography font typeface

30. Intro Font by Fontfabric™

Intro is a modern sans-serif with beautifully quirky strokes that will elevate your headlines and make your designs seem more friendly. In the free version, you’ll get 4 fonts. The font family otherwise also provides a total of 72 fonts, stylistic and contextual alternates, case-sensitive forms, and more.

Intro free title headline typography font typeface

31. Verb Font by Yellow Design Studio

Verb is a confident sans-serif that’s perfect for all kinds of projects. Fonts in the family are lively, and you can get 2 for free: Verb Light, and Light Italic. It’s going to make for some actionable headlines! Verb Light also works great for longer paragraphs.

verb free title headline typography font typeface

32. Mission Gothic by Lost Type Co-op

Inspired by the era when letters were hand-painted on wood, Mission Gothic is bold and beautiful. You can use it for headlines, web display, and more! You will get 5 weights and 2 styles; you’ll have plenty of options if you add this free font to your kit.

Mission Gothic free title headline typography font typeface

33. Oranienbaum Font by TypeType Foundry

Modern, but inspired by elegant vintage typography, Oranienbaum is a fantastic text for both headlines and body text. This serif has recognizable strokes and ligatures which make it stand out; it’s perfect for refined brands. You’ll get 431 symbols and multilingual support Latin and Cyrillic alphabets.

Oranienbaum free title headline typography font typeface

34. Abraham Lincoln Font by Lost Type Co-op

Inspired by the man himself, this font is tall and reliable. This humanistic display typeface carefully incorporates serifs into the condensed, legible format. It’ll stand out in headlines and titles, as well as in other print and web campaigns. The Abraham Lincoln typeface is free for personal use.

Abraham Lincoln free title headline typography font typeface

35. Archive Font by Fontfabric

Archive is the font we all think of when we think of websites and technology. This is a bold sans-serif typeface with strong geometric forms. It’ll stand out in headlines, but you can use it for posters and logos. It’s an all-caps typeface with Cyrillic characters.

Archive free title headline typography font typeface

36. Kreon Font by Julia Petretta

If you’re looking for a funkier serif, take a look at Kreon. This interesting serif typeface is lively and buoyant which makes it perfect for friendly brands. You’ll get 3 fonts: light (great for paragraphs and body copy), regular, and bold (great for headlines and titles).

Kreon free title headline typography font typeface

37. Ostrich Sans by The League of Moveable Type

Tall, sleek, and dynamic, Ostrich Sans is unique. You’ll get over 200 glyphs that make this typeface special, as well as a vast variety of weights, including inline effects for stand-out headlines and posters. The black weight grabs attention, while the inline italic version looks fresh and innovative.

Ostrich free title headline typography font typeface

38. Varela Font by Admix Designs

Varela is a simple, single-weight, workhorse sans-serif typeface. If you don’t want to draw attention away from your headline and title messaging, download Varela Sans for free. This sans-serif has nice curvature which lends it a friendly feel, but it’s a no-fluff font for no-fluff brands.

Varela free title headline typography font typeface

39. Muchacho Free Font by Jeff Schreiber

With a special aesthetic that reminds us of the Wild West, Muchacho is here to win over every spectator. This interesting serif typeface integrates vintage typography with modern trends to create a unique (and free) addition to your design kit. You’ll get 3 weights: regular, bold, and italic.

Muchacho free title headline typography font typeface

40. Novecento Sans Font Family by Synthview

Novecento Sans is a font family that incorporates diverse trends in typography to provide you with unique fonts for headlines and titles. From the wide ultralight version (perfect for elegant designs), to the sturdy wide demibold weight with its Bauhaus aesthetic, Novecento has everything you need to satisfy different tastes.

Novecento Sans free title headline typography font typeface

41. RBNo2 by Fontfabric

This is the droid (or font) you have been looking for! RBNo2 is a modernized gothic sans-serif font family with strong, straight lines. It’s perfect for contemporary designs and headlines, particularly for highly technical industries. The free version comes with RBNo2 Light Light, and RBNo2 Light Alternative Light.

RBNo2 free title headline typography font typeface

42. Source Sans Pro by Adobe

Source Sans Pro offers a plethora of fonts for all sorts of projects. They’re all sans-serif fonts, and you’ll have your choice of weights: from the simple extra light for body copy, to the ornate bold italic that is sure to grab everyone’s attention.

Source Sans Pro free title headline typography font typeface

43. Governor Font by Lost Type Co-op

Governor is a unique font inspired by art deco typography and Miami Beach apartment signage. It’s wild, vibrant, and fresh. You’ll get uppercase characters without any numerals or punctuation. This makes Governor perfect for friendly and upbeat logo designs, as well as simpler and shorter headlines.

Governor free title headline typography font typeface

44. Sheep Sans Font by Álvaro Thomáz

Sheep Sans is a friendly, modern sans-serif. It’s a great workhorse font, but it also has the potential to make your headlines more inviting. You’ll get two versions: Sheep Sans Regular, and Sheep Sans Bold. In addition to that, Sheep offers special characters, numerals, and punctuation.

Sheep Sans free title headline typography font typeface

45. Infinity Font by Tarin Yuangtrakul

Infinity is a free sans-serif font inspired by the figure 8’s similarity to the infinity symbol. It follows geometric principles to offer perfection in presentation. You’ll also get numerals and punctuation. While Infinity shines when used for headlines, it can also be used for shorter paragraphs.

Infinity free title headline typography font typeface

46. Weston Font by Fontfabric

Weston offers the best of both worlds: vintage typography and futurism. This rounded slab serif is perfect for unique and innovative headlines. You’ll get 2 free fonts: Weston Light, and Weston Regular in the free download. Pair it with other fonts for it to truly embody your aesthetic!

Weston free title headline typography font typeface

47. Foglihten F02 by Gluk Fonts

Foglihten is a beautifully designed script with distinct and elegant ligatures that will take you back in time to the era of Victorian penmanship and love letters. If that suits your brand’s desired aesthetic, you can download Foglihten (with its numerous stylistic, glyph, and ligature alternates) for free.

Foglihten F02 free title headline typography font typeface

48. Fanwood Font by The League of Moveable Type

417 glyphs, numerous options, elegant ligatures… Fanwood is a truly special serif typeface. It’s refined and elegant with 4 versions: Fanwood regular, italic, text, and Fanwood text italic. It’s an excellent font for conveying a glamorous and traditional atmosphere in headlines, as well as longer paragraphs.

Fanwood free title headline typography font typeface

49. Movavi Grotesque Black Typeface by Sergiy Tkachenko

Strong and powerful, Movavi is looking for brands with a similar aura. This modern grotesque typeface is perfect for shorter headlines, book cover titles, and more. You will get uppercase and lowercase characters, numerals, punctuation, as well as basic and extended Latin, and Cyrillic characters. Movavi is the real deal!

Movavi Grotesque Black free title headline typography font typeface