Free fonts are everywhere these days, so it’s nice when somebody goes to the trouble of sifting the wheat from the chaff. GuidesAndGrids presents it’s first handpicked selection of some of the best free fonts available today.
As stalwarts of the online graphic design community, SmashingMagazine has a fine reputation to maintain. So when thay highlight a bunch of free fonts, you know the quality will be high. Check out their latest offering.
Yeah, yeah, I know. Every collection of free fonts is exceptional, outstanding and a must-have. And, of course, they are not what they claim. Occasionally, among the proliferation of crap you will find some real gems. Which means you need to take a peek, and this is BloggersPath’s roundup. Hope you find something useful.
We’re all familiar with Zapf Dingbats, Wingdings and Webdings. They’re all useful as a typographic ornament, but they can be used for so much more. Type them into Illustrator, create outlines and voila… instant graphic elements. So much fun. NaldzGraphics has a nice collection of Free Dingbat Fonts for you to use in your designs.
Grunge fonts can apply well with almost any website design. The font choices used between your site logo and page text will in effect display a very certain position between you and your visitors. Check out these Grunge Fonts at Skyje.
Shattered 3D is a unique font that has unbelievable detail making your designs stand out from the rest. Each letter has gorgeous shattered elements that are perfectly lit in 3D. This font must be composed by hand. Each letter comes in its own PNG file with a transparent background. You’ll find it at MediaMilitia.
This collection of fonts at DesignInstruct features distressed, grungy fonts that are perfect for when you want to make a messy design. The fonts are organic in nature, and often mimic hastily written, scratched or aged handwriting.