For all those of you in need of new fresh looking fonts, here are 10 free fonts and type faces beautifully created by talented designers from around the world. Please take care and respect licenses that have any reference to private or commercial use.
This typeface was designed by Iulian Maftei. The Mosk font family comes in uppercase, lowercase, character and numerals, and is made up of nine weights, differing from extra thin to strong. It’s a brilliant choice for web, print, text, headings, logos and designs.
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2. Saint George Stencil Font
This handsome font, designed by Vedran Vaskovic, is both clean and playful. Even though this typeface is only available in lower case, it is a superb choice for a striking headline, advertisements, magazines covers and posters.
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3. Source Code Pro
This slim typeface is part of the Monospace family and designed by Paul D.Hunt. It comes in seven weights and 14 styles, as well as special characters, numbers, alternate glyph forms and ordinals. These are all especially designed for optimal user interface use.
Image courtesy of Beautiful Web Type: https://beautifulwebtype.com/source-code-pro/
4. Space Mono
Space Mono is a monospaced typeface comparable to Source Code Pro. It is characterized by its condensed appearance and a design that’s based on a geometric foundation, which results i great readability. There are four styles and two weights, as well as numbers, ordinals and figures. This typeface was designed by Colophon Foundry and best suited for general work such as display settings and body text.
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5. Libre Franklin
This eye-catching typeface is a more developed version of the original typeface Franklin Gothic. Designed by Impallari Type, it’s a full functioning sans-serif font, fitted for both headlines and long-form text. This typeface has 18 styles, nine condensed weights, as well as figures, special characters and ordinals.
Image courtesy of Beautiful Web Type: https://beautifulwebtype.com/libre-franklin/
This organic and bold typeface was created by a genius by the name of Alejo Bergmann. This font is perfect for headings, branding and promotional work, being only available in one weight and style in letters, numbers and characters it also comes in Cyrillic characters.
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7. Source Serif Pro
This smart typeface was created by Frank Brießhammer. It was created as a companion to the Source Sans Pro typeface. There are 12 different styles and 6 distinct weights, as well as an elegant yet notable italic that is suitable for any type of work from the lightest to heaviest weight.
Image courtesy of Beautiful Web Type: https://beautifulwebtype.com/source-serif-pro/
8. Fira Code
This typeface is great for both reading and writing code. It selection of ligatures caters to numerous types of programming language, making it easier on the eyes and rendering code more crisp and condensed. Fira Code was designed by Nikita Prokopov, with four styles and weights, including figures, numbers, alternate glyph forms, ordinals and special characters.
Image courtesy of Beautiful Web Type: https://beautifulwebtype.com/fira-code/
9. IBM Plex Mono
This is IBM’s corporate typeface designed by Mike Abbink and Bold Monday. It is part of the Plex font family which includes Serif, Sans Condensed, Sans and Mono. There are 16 styles and 8 weights, which includes figures, ordinals, alternate glyph forms and special characters. This typeface is perfect for user interfaces, as it’s simple, readable and fully functional.
Image courtesy of Beautiful Web Type: https://beautifulwebtype.com/ibm-plex-mono/
10. BioRhyme Expanded
This typeface is fun, readable and bold. It was designed by Aoife Mooney, and is inspired by the older slab serif version, however, with a more playful and friendly personality. There are five style and weights, as well as figures, ordinals, alternate glyph forms, swashes and special characters (like emojis 😊). This design is best used as a large size for both headlines, body copy and branding.
Image courtesy of Beautiful Web Type: https://beautifulwebtype.com/biorhyme-expanded/