What is a font ? A font is a set of printable or displayable text characters in a specific style and size. We graphic designers usually get confused while choosing the right font for our projects. There are many free and paid fonts available . So we are listing the best ever top 10 unique FREE fonts.


Shrenik Ganatra is the designer behind Adam. Based in Mumbai, the independent artist comments on Behance: “Adam is an all caps, sans serif typeface inspired by Futura. Moreover the sharp, clean appearance makes it a suitable typeface for headlines, posters, titles and captions. It consists of 227 glyphs and is free for both personal and commercial use.”

2. Ailerons

Ailerons was inspired by aircraft models from the 1940s. A clean, all-caps font, it was originally designed for an experimental air models project, but Brazilian designer Adilson Gonzales de Oliveira has since made the font available for personal use.

3. Arkhip

Arkhip was created by the team at Moscow-based Klimov Design. A bold all-caps font “with a Russian soul”, it’ll add instant character to your headlines, posters and more. Arkhip is available in both Latin and Cyrillic, and free to use.

4. Aventura

Inspired by the outdoors, Aventura was created by graphic designer Jimmy Kalman. With a full set of uppercase letters, numbers and a selection of special characters, Aventura is free for both personal and commercial use.

5. Azedo

Portugal-based graphic designer Pedro Azedo is behind this gorgeous typeface Azedo. Also a personal project, Azedo was created off the back of the new identity Pedro created for himself.

6. Bariol

Designed by Spanish studio Atipo, Bariol has already proved a massive hit with designers across the board. Crafted with versatily and readability in mind, the brand new, slightly rounded typeface is available in four weights.
Also the font is readable even at small scales and can be used as corporate typography, packaging design, infographics and even editorial design. Moreover you can download Bariol regular and italic for free by just ‘paying’ with a tweet or you can get the complete font family from as little as €3.

7. Cornerstone

A no-nonsense modular font, Cornerstone was created by graphic designer Zac Freeland. As a matter of fact It’s an eye-catching design that looks fantastic used for headlines, posters and much more.

8 . KanKin

The designer of this contemporary yet ‘old style’ sans serif, Alexey Frolov, claims it’s perfect for posters, logos, print and web. It’s certainly clean and bold, and it’s no surprise, given the nationality of the font’s designer, that the Russian characters look particularly good in this set.

9. Nexa

The Nexa font family includes 16 styles and weights. The font family has great legibility, and works very well as a headline font. Here you get two parts of the family for free, and if you want the rest then you’ll have to put your hand in your pocket.

10. Cassannet

Released earlier this year, Cassannet is a gorgeous addition to our best list, which captures the essence of vintage Cassandre posters. In fact the art deco typeface is available in bold, regular and outline weights.
Containing ligatures, capitals, numbers, small capitals and also titling alternates, the font will be perfect for any purpose. You can be really nice and offer a donation to the makers or simply repay them with a tweet.


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