Trending type: cool free font roundup
But enough of that. We thought we’d follow up with a simple roundup of some beautiful, widely useful fonts that are trending at the moment. Oh, and did we mention they’re all free? Feast your eyes on these and get to work with your own modifications.
Sanchez font family — a slab serif similar to Rockwell, but with rounded edges
Valentina — “an antique Spanish didone.” How’s that for an ampersand!
Alegreya ht — voted one of the best typefaces of the decade in the Letter.2 competition
Bobber — a slab serif that evokes an early 20th century style
Museo Slab 500 — subtle, elegant. This typeface is here to stay.
Bree Serif — a charming “upright italic”
Banda — those rounded nubs make this a “semi serif”; some modifications and it is perfect for logos
Hattori Hanzo — a supremely readable typeface made for infographics
Code — great for pretty much everything
Circula — tall and rounded
Novocento — a wonderfully balanced uppercase font based on 19th – 20th century European type styles
Exo font family — a contemporary geometric font, and the product of a successful Kickstarter campaign!
Egypt22 — an experimental font that is both geometric and symbolic. We love this one.
Cassandre — a typeface based on its namesake’s iconic Art Deco posters.
Ostrich Sans — a sans serif with a very long neck
Lato — meaning “summer” in Polish, this sans serif is transparent at small sizes, but becomes distinctive when enlarged
Static — monospaced and geometric
Bebas Neue — this simple sans serif is definitely a keeper.
Seen any other cool free fonts lately? Please share.