Tag Archives: free fonts

Free Font Friday: Fabiolo

Psst, speaking of Free Font Friday, our friends over at printmag.com have a Typography & Lettering competition underway! Enter your designs here for a chance to be featured in Print magazine and online at printmag.com. Deadline for entries is November 11, 2016!  Welcome to Free Font Friday, where we showcase our favorite free font finds! We are...

Free Font Friday: Ailerons Typeface

Psst, our friends over at printmag.com have a Typography & Lettering competition underway! Enter your designs here for a chance to be featured in Print magazine and online at printmag.com. Deadline for entries is November 11, 2016!  Welcome to Free Font Friday, where we showcase our favorite free font finds! We are constantly browsing the web to...

15 Free Fonts from Behance

One of the best things about being a designer/artist/maker/etc. is sharing your work with the people around you. And the people the next state over. And all the people online. And, well, pretty much anyone who will take a moment to look, appreciate and critique your creation. Artists love sharing so much that we have nearly...

Friday Free Font Find: Doodleista (Sans Serif)

Fun fonts are easy to find, but the list of legible ones is a bit shorter. This week’s font find, Doodleista, however, boasts both elements. Why Doodle? This question can be answered with 2 simple words. For Fun. This is the first and most important rule for doodle! Have fun with it! Use this...

Friday Free Font Find: Croissant (Web Font)

Transport your web design from the screen of your Macbook straight to the streets of Paris with Croissant. The font, which actually hails from Argentina’s Eduardo Rodriguez Tunni with the support of Goggle Web Fonts, boasts traditional uppercase letters and curved lowercase letters intended to mimic scrawling handwriting. Croissant is a typeface inspired by...

Friday Free Font Find: Camper (A Display Font)

The new Camper recreation font from Camp Design Group is a playful, modern typeface created with kitschy, old hand-painted signs in mind. It should be used as a display font. Designers can get it for free in eps or pdf format. Download it here.   If you want to create your own font, you...