Check out these great free fonts!

December 17, 2010

The fonts that you choose can make or break your designs. No matter how good one of your designs may be, if you choose the wrong font to go with it, the whole tone and mood of your design piece could be altered in seconds. Typography is an art and a vital element that can lead to the success or death of one of your designs. Don't ever take it for granted. Take your time to understand the subtleties of typography and to slowly amass a large collection of fonts fitting for their designs over time.

Here are 8 new free fonts available for download. Hopefully some of these fabulous free fonts will be exactly what you need.

BS Konstata

BS Konstata is a nice font created mainly to be used as a stencil for signage. It is a very interesting font that you could have a lot of fun with. Created by David Waschbüsch of Germany, this font might take a little experimenting with at first. Have fun!

BS Konstata free font by David Waschbüsch 1

BS Konstata free font by David Waschbüsch 2

BS Konstata free font by David Waschbüsch 3

BS Konstata free font by David Waschbüsch 4

Thunderball

This fabulous typeface was created by John Skelto and it is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.

Thunderball by John Skelton 1

Thunderball by John Skelton 2

Funky & Bould

This is the first typeface ever created by Tuukka Paikkari. Pretty amazing for the first try if you ask me.

Funky & Bould 1

Amputa Bangiz Standard

This font was designed by Quiccs and it is free for both your personal and commercial use.

Amputa-Bangiz-Standard by Quiccs

Mekon Gradient

This headline font was created by Jonathan Hill. It can be used for print design, web design and even motion design.

Mekon Gradient

Veselka

This is a lively headline font was created by Ukrainian designer, Sergiy Tkachenko.

Veselka free font by Sergiy Tkachenko

Lloyd Serif

This is a fantastic font created by Canadian designer, Ivan K. This is also his very first font and I love it. His design was inspired by Bill Lloyd and the Ogaki Typeface. Great work!

Lloyd typeface by Ivan K. 2

Lloyd typeface by Ivan K. 1

Lloyd typeface by Ivan K. 3

Sketch

This is another very intriguing font created by Ukrainian designer, Sergiy Tkachenko. It was created with brush and watercolor on A4 paper.

Sketch by Sergiy Tkachenko 2
Sketch by Sergiy Tkachenko 3




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