Noupe Editorial Team November 16th, 2008

50 Incredible Fonts for Professional Web & Print Design

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The web is rich with creative and amazing fonts, and the choice is enormous. So today we would like to present 50 incredible FONT which you can use for web or print design. This collection will sure help you improve your typography skills! Let’s take a close look at some of the most beautiful fonts we’ve found on the web. Some amazing fonts are missing? Let us know!


You might be interested to check other FONT related posts:

Clean Fonts

1. Kawoszeh

free fonts


2. Jacks Font

free fonts


3. Tallys

free fonts


4. Geo Sans Light

free fonts


5. Gauntlet

free fonts


6. Vintage

free fonts


7. Edifice

free fonts


8. Lemur Light

free fonts


9. Aldo

free fonts


10. Museo Sans

free fonts


11. Fertigo

free fonts


12. FF Chambers Sans Medium Italic OT

free fonts


13. Walkway

free fonts


14. GOCA LOGOTYPE BETA

free fonts


15. Birra Stout

free fonts


16. Bobel font

free fonts


17. Evolution True Type Font

free fonts


Grungy Fonts

18. Dirt2Death Font

free fonts


19. Grunge Serifia Font OTF

free fonts


20. Dirt 2 Death

free fonts


21. Capture it

free fonts


22. 1942 Report

free fonts


23. Idiot

free fonts


24. Docteur Atomic

free fonts


25. Epoxy History

free fonts


26. Ambulance Shotgun

free fonts


Fancy & Decorative Fonts

27. Vtks Revolt

free fonts


28. Hotel Coral Essex

free fonts


29. Riesling

free fonts


30. Desperado

free fonts


31. Snotmaster V

free fonts


32. Clucky_Duck

free fonts


33. Batho

free fonts


34. Madredeus

free fonts


Script Fonts

35. Eutemia II

free fonts


36. ChopinScript

free fonts


37. Freebooter

free fonts


38. Confection

free fonts


39. Learning Curve

free fonts


40. Commercial Script

free fonts


41. Scriptina

free fonts


Hand Written Fonts

42. Jellyka

free fonts


43. Karabine

free fonts


44. Conglomerfont

free fonts


45. Loveable-Scruff

free fonts


Cartoon Style Fonts

46. Lein Bold

free fonts


47. Giant Head

free fonts


48. Pandamonium

free fonts


Making Fonts Tutorials

49. How to: Make a Hand-Drawn Font

How to make font Tutorial


This tutorial, is designed to reveal my process from start to finish to make a hand drawn font.

50. How to Make your own Font

This tutorial explains an interesting font-making technique.

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106 comments

  1. Vintage and evolution are definitely a few of my favourites
    However, all of them are awesome and there are some really good grunge fonts there I like as well

  2. Thinking that a larger collection of (generally mediocre) typefaces will automatically improve typography skills is a dangerous attitude, especially for younger designers. I always recommend to young designers to master the use of classics and never to go surfing on the internet for free fonts.

  3. I like the fonts in this collection, mostly each one for a specific purpose. But ‘incredible’ is a bit strong. They’re much better than good – most are even better than great – but nowhere near incredible in my books.

    Incredible would be along the lines of Feel Script by Alejandro Paul. You can find it through veer.com – be sure to check out the slideshow. Evokes exactly the right feeling for its own specific purpose. Rare that a typeface can do that so well.

    (And no, I’m not in any way connected to it. Just found it one day months ago. And although it’s not by any means free – around $100 I think – if you have the right occasion, it’s well worth it.)

  4. A few of those fonts are really nice, but the grunge ones are mediocre at best. I agree with patrick that its better for designers to master the classics before exploring free fonts. I also have to say that good fonts are SO worth paying for. :)

  5. Yeah, i like to go onto abstractfonts.com and just look at random fonts (they have around 11000 free fonts), they have some amazing ones – fonts have come a long way since the 80s!

  6. These are an incredible display of fonts.
    I have never seen such a vast variety of professional Web and design fonts before all on one page.

    thanks from Tony

  7. Wow. Most of these are weak and worthless and very behind the trends. Jacks Font is thin and wimpy without any elegance. Look at that F-o pair…you call that kerning? The next three or four are all rip-off of famous fonts until you get to Lemur, an illegible wiry set of loops and lines. Aldo is one of the few with any uniqueness and usability. But then we get into another round of rip-off designs.

    Next we have a grouping of worthless grunge fonts. I say worthless because these have all been done one way or another for about a decade and nothing here is really adding to the genre. Nothing unique going on. Nothing new going on, just the same old sans-serif with a distressed look.

    I could go on but let’s just stop for the highlights. Conglomerfont is about the dumbest pick of a font I’ve ever seen, Pandamonium isn’t a font and like most of these reflect the styles of someone with no professional design experience whatsoever.

  8. Wow, another bedroom designer with no obvious experience in the design industry. You obvious Do not know about typefaces as this list is unrealistic, badly drawn and quite frankly awful. Since when has clip art of Panda’s been a typeface. You probably have 1 to half a font worth using in this list in the real world

  9. Thank you to everyone who commented here.

    This post was only here to showcase beautiful fonts one can use to design a logo like the Evolution font or to create a grungy effect on the header of your website like those nice grungy fonts. Other nice and elegant fonts are showcased too like the those you can find at the very top. I personally find them very clean and beautiful.

    Since when has clip art of Panda’s been a typeface.

    @»Dancer- I have divided this posts into sections (grungy font, fancy fonts, cartoon style fonts, script fonts and clean fonts).
    The panda font happened to be under the cartoon style font in-case you didn’t notice. Your comment sounds very rude to me, Can’t you just say it in a nice way, i guess not.
    I would like to thank all font-designers for releasing such beautiful fonts.

  10. Most of those are unusable 99% of the time. It kills me slowly and painfully when these hacks who are so called “Desktop Designers” have collections of 4,999 typefaces and think they’re the next Warhol. Having a drawer full of fonts does NOT make you an artist.

    That said, there were three or four I really like. Thanks for the posting :)

  11. Good list apart from the grunge ones. Can we get some thicker design fonts like bifurk or the RTS series? Would be a great help as they’re hard to find. It’s always hand drawn and grunge fonts that are put on the list.

  12. I have spent hours looking for some of these fonts. Bookmarked, dugged, telling all my friends. Thank you! I will buy you a beer, tell me when. Wait, I will brew you a beer and use these fonts to make you a custom label.

  13. I really need to change my font size and am thinking also family. Does anyone know for certain if all browsers support the fonts announced? I am interested in jack geo sans and walkway, anyone have some info? thanks

  14. great fonts! i alywas like to find new font to put in my site since using css i can put ant of those fonts as my site default font (looking at you “Batho”!)
    if anybody is inerested theres a lot of tools out there to make these fonts to web fonts you can put on your site and everybody can see them (dosen’t matter if they have that font on their system or not)
    there’s one
    http://orionevent.comxa.com/otf2woff.html

    just google for it.
    (no more using pictures to show beautiful fonts on my site!)

  15. I really liked 3 fonts in this. Thanks. Hope now i can create a good logo. But it is an old post. Are you upadated it with new good fonts available now?

  16. Thank you for this fantastic resource. As a logo designer I’m constantly on the lookout for new and interesting fonts and typography, and there are some great examples here.
    I will be subscribing to your twitter!

  17. Awesome collection.
    Vtks Revolt & karabine – Got more idea … Thanks a lot for sharing resources

  18. Brilliant collection. Great to have a good collection of fonts to hand especially for logo design work. Thank you.

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