Our Best Free Fonts List for 2018

Check out our top 10 list of free fonts that will give your work an edge in 2018!!

1. GILBERT

The Gilbert font family was originally designed for striking headlines and statements that could live on banners for rallies and protests and it is now currently being built out into a whole family of weights and styles, for free.

A preview version of Gilbert is available on typewithpride.com with two fonts, a standard vector OpenType font that can be used anywhere and a color vector OpenType-SVG font, usable in Photoshop CC 2017. 

2. METRIA

Metria is a geometric display typeface based on consistent angles and an imperfect circle. It’s a very versatile display font inspired by rigid, geometric forms infused with organic curves to bring the words to life.

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3. MINIMALUST TYPFACE 

Minimalust is a clean and minimalist vintage sans serif font, with smooth edges rounded corner inspired from hand-drawn lettering and vintage printing.
Perfect for people looking for minimalistic to designs. The typeface come with an uppercase alphabet with numbers and symbols.
Suitable and applicable for any material graphic designs.

4. ONE-DAY

Slim. Modern. Uppercase

5.  NORDIC

Nordic is an experimental typeface, that was created, inspired by Norwegian runes. Latest version consists of two alternative faces and 3 weights in each ones. 

6. ACHI

I was bored making logos! I wanted to try something different!
And this came up!
‘Achi’ my first experimental font

7. PARLEY TYPEFACE

Thanks to Filipe Rolim again for this great geometric style typeface. Modern. Geometric. 

8. PERFOGRAMA 

Perfograma – dot-by-dot free font by Asen Petrov, Bulgaria!The font is inspired by computing machines IBM Harvard – Mark 1, an electro mechanical computer read its instructions from a 24-channel punched paper tape and executed the current instruction and then read in the next one. It had no conditional branch instruction. The original concept was presented to IBM by Howard Aiken in November 1937

9. ORKNEY

Orkney is a geometric typeface designed and conceptualised by Samuel Oakes. The goal in creating the typeface was to have a unique yet functional typeface that can be used for a wide variety of projects on print or screen.

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10. PRIME 

Fontfabric type foundry presents Prime free font – unique sans serif techy fonts!

Prime is a simple typeface with a techy feel and a strict, geometric origin. I wanted to create something that offers great readability in various sizes yet still offers enough subtle differences to stand out. Basic and somewhat neutral, it can be used in a variety of ways from distinct titles to body text. 

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