Free Fonts: 11 Fun Typefaces for Design

As a designer, having a wide range of fonts and typefaces available is always important. Luckily for us, there’s a wonderful community of font creators who like to share their work for free personal and commercial use. These talented people have created some amazing fonts that are absolutely free to use and can give you the perfect final touches to your design.

Check out these 11 free fonts for designers:

softa free font


Soft, bouncy and playful, the Softa font is best suited for short titles, headings, and numbers. This marshmallow-esque font was inspired by Illustrator's blend and gradient tools. Softa comes with a variety of colours to help match with any palette.

free font UGO


Layered fonts like UGO offer plenty of colour combinations and juxtaposition to play with in your designs. The dotted brush textures work well with UGO’s 3D effect to create a subtle twist on legible rounded letters.


Blow Brush

This marker-style font offers a real energy and boldness with its handwritten aesthetic inspired by hip-hop and urban culture. Blow Brush is perfect for keeping your text functional and legible while maintaining a unique roughness.


Sister Spray

This beautifully messy font is a spray paint-style font that comes complete with splatters, splotches, and strokes to add a touch of authenticity.



Light, friendly, and fun, Sophia has been described as “a hand-lettered brush script with a sweet decorative bonus". The family includes multilingual glyphs, as well as left and right stylistic letter combinations for added flair.



Fat, cool, and retro, LOT is a throwback to the block lettering popular in the 1970s and 1980s design. The font provides a sleek new take on a vintage geometric style that would work well for posters, logos, and headlines.



This high-octane font will have you get to channelling some burning rubber energy into your lettering. The delicate linework is sporty and modern perfect for publication design.



Rustic, vintage, and adventurous, Endoell’s wild hand-drawn feeling is perfect for designs about nature and travel or anything rustic and vintage. Great for marketing outdoor apparel, posters, and much more.

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Sporty, futuristic, and full of energy, Atiba aims to combine geometric curves with straight lines to create a timeless look. Fun fact the name is inspired by Canadian soccer player, Atiba Hutchinson.

lost childhood

Lost Childhood

Retro, bold, and animated, Lost Childhood’s unmethodical letterforms are inspired straight from retro cartoons like the Flintstones and the Jetsons.



Inspired by the Gotham Bold font, Luxa is a re-designed font that channels the essence of Gotham.

Harlen Malkowich
Apr 27, 2018
By Harlen Malkowich

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