15 Free Fonts for Graphic Designers

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15 Free Fonts for Graphic Designers

We have you picked out 15 chic fonts that you can use it in your next project. Of course you are all fonts for free use.

15 free fonts: From Baron to Facunda

From the beginnings of modern typography by pioneers like Nicholas Jenson (1420 – 1480) to the present day, much has happened. From print to a wide variety of web and multimedia projects is the need for fonts higher than ever before. To simplify you search for the right font for your next project a little, we have you picked out 15 free fonts.

Clicking on the images will take you to the corresponding download links.

Baron


Baron comes from the Dutch Frank Hemmekam and can be used free of charge for private and commercial projects.  On his Behance page, it asks only that you can also sends to him an example of the use of his fonts via email.  (Picture: Behance)

Baron comes from the Dutch Frank Hemmekam and can be used free of charge for private and commercial projects. On his Behance page, it asks only about that one also sends to him an example of the use of his fonts via email. (Picture: Behance )

London


London comes from the Brazilian Antonio Rodrigues Jr and may be like all the other fonts used on this list free of charge.  (Picture: Behance)

London comes from the Brazilian Antonio Rodrigues Jr and may be like all the other fonts used on this list free of charge. (Picture: Behance )

HIGH TIDE


The Portuguese designer Filipe Rolim has the font designed to use it for your own projects, but it provides all interested to freely available for use.  (Picture: Behance)

Free Fonts: The Portuguese designer Filipe Rolim has the font designed to use it for your own projects, but it is free to all interested consumers. (Picture: Behance )

Knewave


Knewave originated from the designer Tyler Finck and can be found on GitHub.  (Photo: Tyler Finck)

Knewave originated from the designer Tyler Finck and can be found on GitHub . (Photo: Tyler Finck)

Sequi


Sequi is a personal project of the Portuguese João Andrade in which he has experimented with different forms and versions of existing fonts.  Downloading, just with a post on Facebook or Twitter to pay.  (Picture: Behance)

Sequi is a personal project of the Portuguese João Andrade in which he has experimented with different forms and versions of existing fonts. Downloading, just with a post on Facebook or Twitter to pay. (Picture: Behance )

Bob


The playful font comes from a designer from Yangon and is under a Creative Commons license.  (Picture: Behance)

The playful font comes from a designer from Yangon and is under a Creative Commons license.(Picture: Behance )

Deco New


New Deco comes from the Brazilian Jonatan Xavier.  The free font can be found on Behance.  (Picture: Behance)

New Deco comes from the Brazilian Jonatan Xavier. free fonts can be found on Behance . (Picture:Behance )

Typometry


The font was created by the Slovenes Emil Kozole.  In addition to the free version there is also a paid Pro version.  (Picture: Behance)

The font was created by the Slovenes Emil Kozole. In addition to the free version there is also a paid Pro version. (Picture: Behance )

Hello Denver


The font was created in 2012 by the design studio Good Apples and can be used free of charge in private and commercial projects now.  (Picture: Good Apple)

The font was created in 2012 by the design studio Good Apples and can be used free of charge in private and commercial projects now. (Picture: Good Apples )

Knubi


Knubi consists of 380 glyphs and supports 80 languages.  Knubi was Created by the designer Matt Vergotis.  (Picture: verg.com.au)

Knubi consists of 380 glyphs and supports 80 languages. Knubi was Created by the designer Matt Vergotis. (Picture: verg.com.au )

Multicolore


Multicolore comes from the Bulgarians Ivan Filipov and is available as OTF, EPS and AI file.  (Photo: Font Fabric)

Multicolore comes from the Bulgarians Ivan Filipov and is available as OTF, EPS and AI file. (Picture:Fontfabric )

Chomp


Chomp is derived from the 22-year-old English design student William Bayley Suckling.  (Picture: Behance)

Chomp is derived from the 22-year-old English design student William Bayley Suckling. (Picture:Behance )

Tracks Type


The Indonesians Gumpita Rahayu we have to thank for Tracks Type.  (Picture: Behance)

The Indonesians Gumpita Rahayu we have to thank for Tracks Type. (Picture: Behance )

47


47 was created in 2012 by the Frenchman Hendrick Rolandez.  (Picture: Behance)

47 was created in 2012 by the Frenchman Hendrick Rolandez. (Picture: Behance )

Facunda


Facunda you are allowed to download and use for free, but the creator would be pleased to receive a donation.  (Picture: bybu.es)

Facunda you are allowed to download and use for free, but the creator would be pleased to receive a donation. (Picture: bybu.es )

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