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10 Best and Free Graphic Design Fonts for Graphic Designers

Jelly Shah by Jelly Shah Tweet - in Graphic Design

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Once, only limited graphic design fonts were available to the graphic designers for free. This restricted their creativity when they wished to incorporate a certain font to convey a message through the design. High-quality popular graphic design fonts were accessible at a very expensive price which not all the designers and clients could afford. But now thanks to Google Fonts and various other useful sources, hundreds of high-end graphic design fonts are easily available for free to the designers on the web. So, they have many excellent choices of fonts to design a logo or any other graphic design with the help of the below mentioned best graphic design fonts.

Here, we give you a select list of top 10 free graphic design fonts that were once very costly but today they are readily available for free download online. These useful fonts provide flexibility and convenience to take your graphic design works to a newer level. You can confidently use these fonts for your logo design, tour and travel logo designs, event management banner designs and many other such projects.

Below is the list of top 10 popular graphic design fonts which are readily available on the internet:

1. Reis 

If you are interested in designing posters and logos, then Reis is perhaps the perfect graphic design font. You can get it free of charge from the web.

The font is in handwritten design and is considered by the designers as one of the coolest amongst all fonts. Created by Marcelo Reis Melo, this font is a great choice for graphic design especially those who design posters and logos. You can also use this font for personal purposes besides the commercial ones. The font has an informal look, which makes it ideal for a majority of posters.

Reis Graphic Design Fonts

2. Big John

Big John has a bold typeface and can be used in most of the graphic designs where a bold statement is the need of the design. This font is accompanied by a sister font, Slim Joe.

Spain-based designer Ion is credited for creating Big John. It has a geometric design and comes with a sister font, Slim Joe. You can use the font free for personal purposes, whereas its commercial use requires paid subscription. This sans serif font has a certain formal air that makes it a good choice for the professional graphic designs for serious business organizations.

Big John Graphic Design Fonts

Big John Graphic Design Fonts

3. Jaapokki

Jaapokki is your perfect choice when you plan to create a headline that catches the eye instantly. Created by Finnish designer Mikko Nuuttila, Jaapokki has clean lines. It has a large set of glyphs. The font comes in two alternatives. Besides a good font for headlines, you can confidently use it for logo design.

 Jaapokki Graphic Design Fonts

Jaapokki Graphic Design Fonts

4. Anders

Creative advertising student Tom Anders Watkins designed Anders font as an experimental project. He says “Using influences from modern font design, I wanted something very minimal and a little unique, here’s the result,”

So, if you are looking for a font that is modern and minimal in its design, then Anders can suits to your design requirements. Thin lines of the letters in this font can be used to create an impression of more space on a design. With double lines on the letters, the fonts appear unique to the viewers.

Anders Graphic Design Fonts

Anders Graphic Design Fonts

5. Aventura

Aventura was created by graphic designer Jimmy Kalman. His inspiration behind the font was outdoors.

The font has a full set of uppercase letters, a selection of characters and numbers. Use the font for the designs that depict nature and adventure as well as free spirit. You can access Aventura free of charge for personal use or pay for commercial purpose.

Aventura Graphic Design Fonts

Aventura Graphic Design Fonts

 

6. AXIS

AXIS was developed by New York-based graphic designer Jean M Wojciechowski. It is a sans serif font. The font was created for urban environment with inspiration from geometry. AXIS should be your choice for the designs that are intended to give a message of happiness. Many vegetable and food product supermarkets have incorporated this font in their logos.

Axis Graphic Design Fonts

Axis Graphic Design Fonts

 

7. Azedo

Azedo was created was Portugal-based graphic designer Pedro Azedo. This gorgeous typeface is a good choice for all types of graphic design works. You can use the font also especially for the headlines of all sizes, print graphics, logos, badges and t-shirts. Pedro had created this font as a new identity for himself.

Azedo Graphic Design Fonts

Azedo Graphic Design Fonts

8. Elegant Lux

Elegant Lux was created by designer Florian Paizs. But he is still working on the font to make it more useful. He says,  “This is my interpretation and sketching of Hans Möhring’s sketches of Elegant Grotesk from 1929.” He is ‘correcting kerning issues and developing more weights.’ But, the font is available free to designers who are interested to use the font at this stage.

Elegant Lux Graphic Design Fonts

Elegant Lux Graphic Design Fonts

9. Futuracha

Futuracha is a font that will remind you of the art deco’s style. So, if you are interested in involving this style in your graphic design, you can use this font to convey the message.

The edges of the letters are radically extended deliberately to give the font the art deco’s style.

Futuracha Graphic Design Fonts

Futuracha Graphic Design Fonts

10. Building

Building should be your choice when you want to create a strong visual impact through your graphic design.

Created by Italian design student Leonardo Gubbioni, the font’s primary purpose is capture the attention of the viewers. So, if you are facing some issues regarding the viewers’ attention, this is the right fonts to incorporate in your logo design or any other graphic design.

Building Graphic Design Fonts

Building Graphic Design Fonts

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I'm Jelly Shah from Australia. I've been designing graphics for the last six years. For further questions you can follow me on Twitter | Pinterest | Google +.

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