My Favorite Free Fonts

By Thursday, January 17, 2013 16 , , , Permalink 0

I have always loved a good font. So, it is no big surprise for me to be on the hunt for the next it font every other month. Recently I have discovered a vast amount of fonts that are not only exceptionally beautiful but they are free fonts as well!


Favorite Free Fonts - Acorn

Acorn is a simple sans-serif hand drawn typeface, designed by William Suckling. It is Free for personal use but you must get a license for commercial use.


Favorite Free Fonts - Benthem

Benthem is font designed by Keith Hayden. It comes in both regular and bold types, but my favorite is the regular. It might just be the vertical lines but I love it!


Favorite Free Fonts - Code Light

Code Light is a code free font designed by FontFabric. It comes in both regular and bold types. I use both and love them both equally.


Favorite Free Fonts - Governor

Governor is an art decor sans-serif inspired by signage in Miami Beach. Designed by Riley Cran.


Favorite Free Fonts - Homestead

Homestead is an elegant font designed by Luke Lisi from Colorado. 🙂 This font was inspired in his desire and need to explore.


Favorite Free Fonts - Intro

Intro is another font by FontFabric. This time they found inspiration on geometric makeup and structure. Simply a beautiful font.


Favorite Free Fonts - Leckerli One

Leckerli One uses irregular brush shapes but still manages to provide sweet character and cheering loops. Great for blog banners!


Favorite Free Fonts - Personal Manifesto

Personal Manifesto is a thin oblique hand written font. Designed by Thomas Käding. This family font also has different font types: bold, medium, etc. The light, light italic, and light oblique fonts are the only one that are free.


Favorite Free Fonts - Raleway

Raleway is by far my top favorite font. It is an elegant sans-serif typeface, designed in a single thin weight. Find it at The League of Movable Type.


Favorite Free Fonts - RBNo2 Light

RBNo2 is a mix of sans serif, slab serif and serif fonts with a touch of industrial and German roots. Great for headlines and short texts.


Favorite Free Fonts - Manteka

Manteka was designed by Eduardo Araya who created this font for use in print. I love the lines and its simplicity.


Favorite Free Fonts - Rex Light

Rex Light is a three-weight font type by Svetoslav Simov and Fontfabric: light, bold, and bold inline. It is an all caps and looks great on headlines. Available in for both personal and commercial use.

Favorite Free Fonts - Sreda

Sreda is yet another font type from FontFabric. Each week FontFabric comes up with a new free font. So make sure to check regularly!! The Sreda was designed by Elena Kowalski.


Favorite Free Fonts - Walkway

Walkway is an accent font designed by GemFonts. This is another one of my top favorite fonts along Raleway.


I am sure that I will keep finding new favorites to add to my list. Maybe some will be dethroned and other will take their place. You never know. Tastes change. And change is good!


What would you say is YOUR favorite font?


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  • Ashley B.
    January 17, 2013

    Out of all the above fonts, I have to say Benthem really stands out to me!

  • Serena @ Thrift Diving
    January 17, 2013

    I like the Code LIght font, but they’re all great! Thanks for sharing!

  • Jaime Nicole
    January 17, 2013

    I like Leckerly One best…super cool!

  • Windy City Mama
    January 17, 2013

    I’ve been looking for free fonts! Thanks for sharing. I like walkway.

  • Kristen
    January 17, 2013

    I like that Acorn font!!!! Thanks for sharing these!

  • Kelly R
    January 17, 2013

    I like them all but I really like Walkway.

  • Shannon
    January 17, 2013

    I love the Acorn font as well. There are a lot of fun ones though!

  • Jennifer
    January 17, 2013

    I love the Leckerly One – very pretty!

  • Amber Edwards
    January 17, 2013

    Those are awesome! I really love the Leckerli One ! I didn’t know there were extra fonts you could find for free! Very cool.

  • shelly
    January 17, 2013

    I like leckerli too. I’m a fan of cursive type fonts.

  • Pam
    January 17, 2013

    I would probably go with the Walkaway but for us older folks the larger bolder print is probably better, LOL. Reading glasses can only do so much. 😉

  • Nickida
    January 17, 2013

    I like the lickerli one myself. I like cursive hand writing.

  • Alicia
    January 17, 2013

    I liked “intro”, but they all are such fun!

  • Jennifer Clay
    January 17, 2013

    I like the acorn font.

  • mel
    January 17, 2013

    I love all the fonts but acorn is my favorite.

  • JDaniel4's Mom
    January 22, 2013

    I love fonts! These are so cool!