you’re looking for the best free fonts on the internet then look no further! We’ve rounded up 70 stunning fonts to make your designs stand out.
We asked our designers to put together the ultimate guide of the best free fonts for you to use, including the steps for adding them to your designs too.
They delivered. Now you have a massive selection of the best free fonts we could find for you – for every project and purpose. We’ve included them all below, including a quick overview of each font and what it’s perfect for… other than just drooling over.
5 Steps to using stunning free fonts in your designs.
- Find a great feature font for your project. You’ll be well on your way to getting this right by checking out the fonts in this blog post!
- Check the font’s website to see how the font is permitted to be used based on the licence (ie personal or commercial or both).
- Download the font if you agree to the terms for you and/or your business.
- Upload the font into Easil by clicking on the Text tab and ‘Manage my Fonts’.
- Create your design… with stunning text!
But First, a Disclaimer
Most of these fonts are free for you to use for personal or commercial use, but we must state that it is important you check each font’s website for the license terms – terms may change, and it’s always best to check the source.
Also, a gentle reminder about the term “royalty free”. The word “free” in royalty–free refers to the fact that you can freely use the image without paying additional royalties, and doesn’t guarantee that there is no cost for a license. It’s always best to check. We also recommend you keep a copy of the licensing terms or take a screenshot.
Got it? OK, let’s take a look at the Best Free Fonts:
Best Free Fonts to Make Stunning Visuals
What’s to Love? We had to start our Best Free Fonts article with a bold statement and Hansief is a bold san serif font. It’s got a great vintage feel and comes in two styles – regular and rough (if you love texture, you’ll love this font). Created by Kautsar Rahadi. Find it here.
What’s to love? Tuesday night is a beautiful handcrafted script font from Font Forestry. It’s perfect for more than just exquisite wedding invitations. One of the signatures of this font is the extra large, flowing capitals. Find it here.
What’s to Love? This vintage inspired monoline script is perfect for all kinds of projects from branding to products, signs and ads. It comes with alternative options for each uppercase letter which is super handy! Created by Alex Joganic and Jeremy Vessey, you can find it here.
What’s to Love? A font from decades gone by, High Life has touches of Art Deco and is perfect for all of your projects that require a little sophistication. It comes with a serif and sans serif version and additional special characters. Perfect for any vintage designs or when you need to make an impact (in the most elegant of ways). Created by Oban Design Studios. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Crafter is a sans-serif font, “hand-made with love” from 1871 Project! and Alex Jojanic. See #5! Crafter takes it’s inspiration from hand-painted metal signs and is perfect for logos, t-shirts, posters and more. Great for headings! Find it here.
What’s to love? Rustico is an all-caps typeface that’s perfect for when you need something bold. Great for web design, branding and social media. An easy choice as one of our best free fonts. Created by Hustle Supply Co. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Oraqle Script is a brush lettering font that stands out – bold strokes, and slick movement. Great for logos, quotes, clothing, invitations. It comes with uppercase, lowercase, numerals, punctuation and multilingual characters. Created by Union Hands. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Natural brush marks to die for, Atmosphere is a font that is perfect for your branding projects, social media posts and blog headers. Created by Yasir Ekinci! who describes it as smooth, powerful, natural, original, coffee-scented and loving… Find it here.
What’s to Love? If you love the popular font Bebas Neue, then you’ll love Nikoleta which has similar lines. If you want to catch attention with any project, this is the font for the job! Created by Boris Garic. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Think adventure. Summer camp. Campfires. Campground is all about vintage nature and adventure… the opposite of tech! Perfect for vintage logos, clothing brands, and weddings with a difference. Created by Fortunes Co. Find it here.Start my 30 Day Free trial of Plus >
What’s to Love? Ocean Six, like the movie Ocean’s 11 is bold.. with a detailed, unique handmade look according to the creator. Includes upper case, lower case and special characters. This font is worth adding to your collection. Created by Drifter Studio Find it here.
What’s to Love? When a font is called Salted Mocha, do we need to say anymore? This hand-drawn brush script typeface is all about being playful, with it’s loopy strokes and bouncing baseline. Use it for invitations, weddings, quotes, prints and posters. Created by Stephanie Arsenault. Find it here.
What’s to Love? This gorgeous hand painted brush font from Pixel Surplus gives a hand-drawn feel that’s just messy enough to be interesting. Varied line thickness adds to the attraction and the feel of adventures in a kombi in the outdoors. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Another hand drawn brush script, this is a modern font with the adventure of wild youth. Use it for stationary, apparel, logos, quotes and social media posts (paired with another font like in this example). Created by Jeremy Vessey. Find it here.
What’s to Love? This font is relatively new and inspired by the old forest in the West Coast of the US. Rough and uneven, yet bold and strong, it’s perfect for (as the creator states) branding, quotes, headlines and many other projects. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Described as loopy and quirky, you can’t miss this monoline script font from Hustle Supply Co. Perfect for anything vintage themed across your branding and promotional projects! Find it here.
What’s to Love? Another bold font with an industrial feel. This is an All-caps font that has both large caps and small caps. Use it for anything that needs to stand out! Another one created by Hustle Supply Co. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Classic cartoon lettering with a chunky drop shadow included – what’s not to love? Find it here.
What’s to Love? Mattilda is a beautiful brush script perfect for branding, t-shirt design, logos, magazine publications, quote graphics for social media, posters and more. Find it here.
What’s to Love? A masculine cursive handwritten font, perfect for banners, logos and blogs. Find it here.
What’s to Love? A delicious brush font that brings personal handwriting to your branding projects. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Zappat is a Free San Serif Typeface font. Bold, thick and solid, it’s perfect for headlines, logos and branding. Created by Design A Lot. Find it here.
What’s to Love? The creators of this san serif font, Westmeath describe it as “a bit art deco-ish” and a “classic/vintage yet trendy font”. Enough said. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Another brush script with the perfect amount of imperfectness to it. Beach, summer, wistfully wasting away some time writing in your journal. Find it here
What’s to Love? A classic hand drawn marker font with a youthful personality. Perfect for those designs that require a more relaxed and casual feel. Find it here.
What’s to Love? This neon sign inspired font is just the right amount of modern and retro. Use in bright colours to amp up that retro feel. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Another distressed sans serif font that is so versatile it could easily become part of your everyday font arsenal. Best used on headings and anything that requires a bit of grungy goodness. Find it here.
What’s to Love? An absolutely classic serif font perfect for those occasions that require just a little bit more class. Find it Find it here.
What’s to Love? If you’re an Amy Winehouse fan, then you’ll love this font. It was created in memory of Amy and her music by Paulo R Skomii. Find it here.
What’s to Love? A modern font with a softer technical feel. It’s bold and strong and stacks like a dream. Find it Find it here.
What’s to Love? Need a strong, yet grungy heading font? Intro Rust stands out – strong and geometric and an easy choice for our best free fonts. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Hamurz has a modern, rough vintage look. Use it for logos, product, headings, clothing, quote graphics and more. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Leafy is a handwriting brush font with a handmade feel and one of the best free fonts available at the moment. Perfect for prints, logos, signatures, motivational quote graphics, packaging, or social media and blog images. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Brux is an awesome rough textured brush font that will add boldness and personality to your creations. Great for both print and digital projects. Pump up the font size on this one and use it large! Find it here.
What’s to Love? Elsie is a feminine font, perfect for anything related to women, glamour and fashion. Attractive and full of personality. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Prata is an elegant serif typeface with sharp features, teardrop shapes and soft curves. It will work in many types of display projects. Find it here.
What’s to Love? A martial-arts inspired brush style font that will give your designs some movement and punch! Find it here.
What’s to Love? Gant is a classy bold, elegant font, perfect for headings, social media and blogs. Find it here.
What’s to Love? A stunning narrow bold font perfect for posters and headlines! Vintage and modern all at the same time. Another great design by Marcelo Reis Melo. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Alberto is a minimalist geometric font with a difference. Use it for headings or posters or anything that needs something that needs a retro, 70s feel. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Love Wins is a windings style font that is designed to celebrate diversity. Great for signs, t-shirts stickers, posters, banners and more… or your next Pride Celebrations. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Asfalto is a bold, textured font, perfect for headings, posters and more. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Bellaboo is an All Caps casual style handmade font perfect for many types of projects. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Skinny Bastard is a skinny hand written font created by Marcelo Reis Melo. Great for headlines, social media and blogs headers. A fun font with a lot of personality and an easy pick for our best free fonts. Find it here.Start my 30 Day Free trial of Plus >
What’s to Love? A layered-type font system inspired by colorful signage – think storefronts! Find it here.
What’s to Love? If you’re looking for wingding style shapes and banners then Eveleth Shapes is your font! Find it here.
What’s to Love? A strong sans serif font with just a touch more quirky personality than your average sans serif. Find it Find it here.
What’s to Love? Ristretto Pro is an extremely narrow san-serif font family available in 8 weights. Find it here. Great for text or headings. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Savu condensed is the perfect combination of hand drawn personality and sans serif readability. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Mimbie is a dingbat font with sale icons and text to be used for your product projects. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Metropolis is a modern, geometric, minimalist sans-serif typeface. Find it here.
What’s to Love? This geometric, condensed sans serif font is the perfect headline choice. Strong and modern.. we just love it and thank Jamie Wilson for putting it together. Find it here.
What’s to Love? “A bold and kind font, created for peace” according to the designers. Beautiful curves. Perfect for logos and branding, and available in a bunch of different languages. Find it here.
What’s to Love? A distillery inspired font that looks great in headings, on T-shirts and more. Bourbon inpired and bold. Designed by Jeremy Vessey. Perfect for Pus, clubs and venues. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Cast Iron is a free, retro style condensed font that’s great as a bold heading. Another great design by Jeremy Vessey. Find it here.
What’s to Love? Another hospitality inspired font that’s great for promotion in pubs, clubs and venues. Ciderhouse font can be downloaded free here.
What’s to Love? Beautifully made Pikolo is another stand out headline font that packs a punch. Download it here.
What’s to Love? An updated version of the popular Trajan font features a handy built in shadow. SWOON. Download it here and thank Delavallade Jean Phillippe for his kind contribution.
What’s to Love? Pristine Script has a cool, rough style… perfect to end our post with (and for your projects). Find it here.
A Massive Thank You
We have to say a HUGE thank you to the creators of the fonts in this post. Creating a font is not an easy task. You can’t just throw up a few lines and curves to create 26 letters.
It involves dozens of characters, variations, capitals, lower case … then italics, bold and more. With a hefty dose of patience and attention to detail thrown in! So we are hugely grateful to the designers that provide these best free fonts for us to use.
Again, while we have aimed to only include the best free fonts that are free for personal and commercial use, you still need to check the font licenses of each individual font for personal and commercial use.
All font license information is listed on the font websites. Only upload fonts into Easil that you have full permission to use. “Free” doesn’t necessarily mean “Royalty Free” in terms of where you can use it. It just means that you don’t have to pay for the font.