40 Free Fonts to Use with @font-face
Ostrich San has a strong decorative feeling that meets modern trends. Covering all the essential glyphs to work with various languages it offers eight styles and weights including such decorative variants as dashed, inline or ultra light to stand out from the content and lay emphasis on titles.
Fanwood is another fascinating font in our collection that was skillfully revised and brought to life. It has some beautiful finishing strokes that make the text blend and look classy and human like. It offers Roman and italic styles. Created with e-books in mind, it helps to improve readability and visually embellish stories presented in digital format.
Linden Hil is a generic geometric serif font that is available in OpenType Format. It comprises uppercase letters and lowercase letters. The latter has a personality and a subtle calligraphy appeal. The regular option also bears some elegance and charisma.
Sorts Mill Goudy
Sorts Mill Goudy has a decorative nature that manifests itself in uppercase letters. The main features are
- old style figures;
- lining figures;
- case-sensitive forms;
- superscripts, and subscripts.
Nevertheless, despite such a rich variety, it supports only languages that utilize Latin script.
Anovers is a stylish, contemporary, reliable font that is spruced up with some great OpenType features. It is delivered with
- contextual alternates;
- different numerals including old style ones.
There are three basic variants (regular, italic and bold) and an extra small caps option.
Museo is a semi slab-serif typeface that has gorgeous letterforms full of elegance and subtlety. It has five weights: three of them are free while the rest two are paid options. Comes with
- a support of CE languages;
- case-sensitive feature;
- stylistic alternates;
- tabular figures.
it is able to display any content in a pleasant fashion.
Museo Slab is a more massive and weighty sister font of the previous example that is enhanced by decorative touches. Much like the classic Museo, it owns a considerable potential. It is a complete OpenType font. The key features are
- 12 carefully crafted styles from ultra thin to extra bold;
- 455 glyphs including superiors, numerators, proportional lining figures, case sensitive forms and others;
- support of a broad range of languages.
Franchise Bold is tailored to instantly draw the attention to the message. It boasts of uniformity, optimal kerning and regular spacing. Ships with light, regular and bold options, it comprises 220 glyphs including symbols, punctuation marks, and extra glyphs. It also works with various languages from Albanian to Swedish.
Jura transforms any headline into an exquisite and polished piece of writing. Tiny but beautiful and eye-catching details endow the typeface with a marvelous decorative feel. It offers four variants such as regular, italic, bold, and bold italic. The drawback lies in language support since glyph coverage allows cooperating only with Latin scripts.
Nevis is a robust angular typeface with a strong geometric nature that provides headlines and short copy with clarity and sharpness regardless of size. It is also an optimal tool for displaying titles in components of a small size, such as buttons. As the author stated, it looks exceptionally good in all caps and maintains a friendly note all the time.
Akashi is decorated with a subtle futuristic motif that is appropriate for cosmic and high-tech environments. It has a medium weight so that titles and headlines easily benefit from it. There are symbols of English alphabet, traditional digits, and several punctuation marks.
Code is ultra refined and extra thin typeface that gets its beauty from round shape. It exudes an image of sophistication and exclusivity. Thanks to its origin, it is associated with energy and dynamics inherent to luxurious sports cars. It features bold and light versions, almost two hundred glyphs and support of Central European languages.
Dekar has a geometric atmosphere. It is sleek, clean and delicate. Character set counts 162 vigilantly executed glyphs with manual kerning and proper spacing. From Catalan to Welsh, it communicates messages without hitch. The only drawback is that it does not have stylistic and alternative symbols.
Telegraphico by Salvi Nicoloso has Italian roots so that it is not surprising that symbols charm with elegant forms, thin spines, and modern appearance. It is available in TTF format. The major flaw is a lack of variety, since the typeface is presented only in uppercase, covers only English alphabet and can be used freely for personal projects.
Kilogram is a slightly improved and enhanced version of Anagram by Nick Curtis. It looks so massive and loud that letterings or titles made in it will simply scream out at the viewers. It is available in OpenType format and has only integral characters, digits and syntax glyphs. The font is well suited to poster designs, booklets, magazines and other print media stuff.
St Marie by Sascha Timplan is a sleek, thin and contemporary typeface with a taste. Beautiful serifs reveal its decorative nature. It writes in uppercase and lowercase letters as well as contains numerals, and basic punctuation marks such as comma, brackets, semi-colon, asterisk and even Dollar sign.
Paranoid is a splendid geometric display typeface that naturally combines line style and solid details. Circles and triangles are main visual driving forces. The type stands out from the crowd with its original and intricate appearance. It includes uppercase and lowercase letter set and various punctuation marks. It is available for personal projects.
Covering vivid representatives of Serif and Sans-serif typeface families, we tried to offer you a great variety of options. Each example has its unique letterforms, glyph coverage, style variants, and weights. They may look alike at first, yet after the second glance it becomes obvious that each one is suited to its purposes and has its own advantages.