14 Fresh Free Fonts for 2014
In this round up, we come up with a list of 14 Fresh Free Fonts for 2014 that you can use to create fun, cool and not-so-formal looking designs. All the new fonts we included in this list may be downloaded and use for free.
14 Fresh Free Fonts for 2014:
This type is available in three styles: Sans Statement, Shadow Statement and Emboss Statement. Using the emboss variation, you will be able to apply different colors separately to the shadow character and the by shadow.These fonts are all free to use for both personal and commercial projects.
Here is a fun and elegant type you can use for projects that are not too formal. Since this type is quite heavy, it would perfect as headlines for posters, etc.
This fun, light-hearted font is available to use free on both personal and commercial projects.
Another heavy type font. Informal but highly readable.
This type reminds me of the Coca-cola logo. Use this font as headline for posters or any project.
This simple, ‘classic-sans’ typeface is based on the title credits of the James Bond movie “Quantum of Solace”. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, Euro. Includes italic version.
This decorative font may be used for personal purposes only.
This limited character version of Bedric’s Worth is available to use freely for personal projects. For possible commercial use.
This font is perfect for an elegant yet not too formal looking designs. The font family includes the normal, italic and bold types.
This free sans serif font could be a nice replacement for your Myriad and Verdana fonts.
11- Face of Yesterday
If you need a script font for a wedding invitation or save the date, here is a good option (and, it is also free!)
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A CAPITAL font made for Designers, by a Designer. This multipurpose font comes in 3 very useful weights (Extra Light, Regular, and BOLD), and includes foreign characters. Logos? Check. Body type? You got it. Go nuts and design away-This font is totally free. Please use this font however you see fit, personally or commercially.
13- The Bartender
Bulky yet fun. This font is perfect as headline or logo.
14- High Thin Light
I’m always drawn to clean and thin font. And, the handwritten feel of this font, makes it more interesting to me. This would be nice to use for a logo of a personal blog, or a title for a picture album.