Free fonts for design

We have three new typefaces this week and they are awesome as well as available for free. District Thin is offered in one weight of a beautiful sans-serif available in fourteen more variants, Titre is a classical serif and CK Growing Up is a cool handwritten font with a very particular design.

District Thin

This free typeface is brought to you by Phil’s Fonts, a typefaces vendor that gathers a lot of independent type foundries like Font Bureau, P22, T26 and heavyweights like Linotype, Adobe and ITC.

http://www.philsfonts.com/index.html?pf-page=freefont

Titre

You will also find in the same link above the second free typeface: Titre, a carefully modulated serif with a humanist axis.

http://www.philsfonts.com/index.html?pf-page=freefont

CK Growing Up

Finally, the third font is has a handwritten look yet it still looks very uniform, thus suited for some copy text, even if it’s short.

http://www.creatingkeepsakes.com/articles/CK_Growing_Up

More free fonts

Feel free to browse the other typefaces featured in the last two months in startfunction.com:

Kilogram and Alt Matey

Matilda

League Script

Geotica

Rue Display

If you have a font you want to share (whether it’s free or not), leave a link in the comments below or send a message and it will be included in the next post about typography, so you can get more exposure for your work!

6 thoughts on “Free fonts for design”

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