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20 New Free Commercial Fonts, to Enhance a Website

To enhance your website’s design, consider adding a new commercial font. Designers debut new fonts daily, and many fonts are free.

Here is a list of recently released fonts. Choose a dramatic display font to draw attention, or use a cool script to set a mood. All of these fonts are free (or offer free styles) for commercial use. Before using a font, be sure to verify its terms.

Rubik

Rubik.

Rubik.

Rubik is a slightly rounded heavyweight font in which the letters fit perfectly in a single cubelet of the Rubik’s Cube. The font was developed for the branding of a Rubik’s Cube exhibition called “Beyond Rubik’s Cube.”

Summer

Summer.

Summer.

Summer is a light, tall, and attractive handwriting font that comes in six styles with Latin extended and Cyrillic letters. Summer Light is available for free.

Carosello

Carosello.

Carosello.

Carosello is a font inspired by vintage ads, created to give a hand-written impression to your work.

Bernier

Bernier.

Bernier.

Bernier is a vintage style font with three different styles: regular, distressed, and shade. The font is uppercase only.

Bukhari

Bukhari Script.

Bukhari.

Bukhari is a bold monoline cursive font. Bukhari contains almost 380 glyphs with several OpenType features that can be used to create your own custom typography of your design.

Guerrilla

Guerrilla.

Guerrilla.

Guerrilla is a bit rough, a bit graffiti, and a bit brush font designed by Carlos Zubia from Chihuahua, Mexico.

Ahamono Monospaced

Ahamono Monospaced.

Ahamono Monospaced.

Ahamono is a free monospaced typeface that’s clean and elegant. Ahamono Monospaced is by Alfredo Marco Pradil of Dubai.

Dallegrave

Dallegrave.

Dallegrave.

Dallegrave typeface is a brush font for titles, as well as for text. It comes in uppercase and lowercase. Numbers, symbols, marks, and punctuation are under development.

Butler

Butler.

Butler.

Butler is a free serif typeface that brings modernism to serif fonts with an extra stencil family. Inspired by Dala Floda and the Bodoni family, it contains seven regular weights and seven stencil weights, text figures, ligatures, fractions, and more.

Arabella

Arabella.

Arabella.

Arabella is a modern calligraphy typeface that’s perfect for headings, signatures, and labels — and text that requires dramatic style. Arabella is from MySunday Type Foundry.

FOFER

FOFER.

FOFER.

FOFER is a handwritten font with quick, clean strokes and a hint of ink splatter. FOFER is from Angie Raess.

Quartz

Quartz.

Quartz.

Quartz is a typeface where Art Deco and the abstract converge. The vintage style is taken to a new realm with negative spaces and three-dimensional shadows.

ONE DAY

ONE DAY.

ONE DAY.

ONE DAY is a slim, modern uppercase font. It is simple and geometric typeface with an urban style. ONE DAY is free with a tweet.

Waterlily

Waterlily.

Waterlily.

Waterlily is a free handwriting font inspired by watercolor painting. It includes over 80 different hand-drawn characters for a range of languages and dialects. Waterlily is by TheHungryJPEG.

Breathe

Breathe.

Breathe.

Breathe is a handwritten uppercase font in two styles: regular and press. Breathe is ideally suited for titles and dramatic display.

Cast Iron

Cast Iron.

Cast Iron.

Cast Iron is a free uppercase condensed typeface. Tall and angular, it’s ideal for titles and banners. Cast Iron is by Jeremy Vessey.

Devious

Devious.

Devious.

Devious is a font with a simple, vintage, and handmade style. Slender and curvy, it’s full of alternative characters available via OpenType features.

Relancer

Relancer.

Relancer.

Relancer is an Art Deco inspired display typeface. Clean and modern, it is an uppercase-only font. Relancer is by Ryan Molag.

Ruffle

Ruffle.

Ruffle.

Ruffle is a handwritten typeface that’s both slender and cheerful. It’s a fun display font that can be used to fill a variety of text needs.

Break

Break.

Break.

Break is a modern font family with accent areas that break. It contains uppercase, lowercase, numbers, and symbols. Break has five weights: bold, semi-bold, regular, light, and extra light.

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  1. Mandy Stohry January 19, 2016 Reply

    Thanks for posting these! I’m always looking for new, interesting fonts for my designs.

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