16 Freshly Made Fonts To Creative Masterpieces

February 27, 2011 — Leave a comment

In today post, I’m bringing you more freshly made fonts so you can creative those masterpieces, the fonts featuring today may need to require a quick registration to download them, but they’re well worth it. I’m just not posting just free fonts and paid for fonts. but you can’t have too many fonts at your disposal no matter if they are free or not.

1. Lintel

A modern sans serif typeface with a pure clean line form. The idea has been to design a font with a proportioned and balanced structure that is applicable to a wide variety of uses. Details include 6 weights with italics, a full character set, manually edited kerning and Euro symbol.

2. Dock11

Dock11 is a heavy display font created by german designer Lukas Bischoff. This font is free for non-commercial use only. You can download DOCK11 for free

3. Alpha 63

4. Fanwood

Based on work of a famous Czech-American type designer of yesteryear. The package includes roman and italic. The current version is 1.1, which includes a few improvements. It also introduces Fanwood Text roman and italic, which are the same as Fanwood but slightly darker and reduces in contrast.

5. Gabriel Sans

Gabriel Sans is a font family inspired by the original Sans Serif fonts of the Transitional age like Futura or Grotesk, but with a modern twist. It is clean, elegant and straight-to-the-point.

6. Pepita Script

Pepita is a flexible and easy to use connected script. Pepita has plenty to offer: a selection of 72 ornaments and plenty of ligatures and alternate characters: try turning on Contextual Alternates, Swash or Stylistic Alternates in any Opentype savvy program or manually choose the characters from the glyph palette.

7. Suti

When you need a clean font with handwritten feel your pick is Suti.

8. ABTS Milk

ABTS milk is fresh and fun script typeface with a unique blend of masculine, feminine, slab, serif, and sans-serif characteristics. The combination creates endless possibilities for different applications and breathes more personality into the typeface itself.

9. Stereo Gothic

The concept of this font is very simple. Wide and Legible, No decorative, just simple. The variety of weights make your design more flexible

10. Swagg

Swagg is a unique and friendly sans that looks great at any size. Originally starting as a branding project, Swagg is now a full fledged family with 5 weights. Swagg is loaded with goodies like old style figures, tabular figures, true italic, arrows and much more.

11. Calgary Script

Calgary Script was mostly inspired by a brush script on a Welcome To Calgary sign in, you guessed it, Calgary. Though now, after it’s finished, I can easily tell the influence is evident of all the books
on American sign painting I have absorbed over the years.

12. Kari Pro

I have always enjoyed this typeface and have had fond memories from the time I originally drew its predecessor, Kari. Now with almost 100 new ligatures, alternate and swash characters, Kari Pro has a great deal more personality and versatility.

13. Maven Pro

Maven Pro is a FREE sans-serif typeface with unique curvature and flowing rhythm.

14. Supria Sans

Supria Sans™ is an extended family of 36 fonts designed by Hannes von Döhren. It contains two widths, six weights and three styles, including the curvy, feminine Italic as well as the more conventional Oblique.

15. Bender

The Bender font family was created in Russia specially for graphic designers. Thanks to the unique form of signs, fonts of the given family it is possible to type texts, to do logos or headings.

16. Nikaia

Nikaia started as an experimental typeface (the script weights) and was then expanded to its logical conclusions (italic & regular), producing the fastest look typeface in the world. Nikaia looks clean and sharp at any size, with 5 weights for contrast.

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