22 Fresh High-Quality Fonts for Your Designs

By / Mar 4, 2010 / Freebies

Whether it’s textures, Photoshop brushes, or icons, we love finding top notch free files and sharing them with our readers. We try to post at least one collection of freebies every week. We do the searching so you don’t have to. This saves you time and helps you focus on what’s important.

This week, we are bringing you more high-quality fonts that have been created in just the past few months. There are 22 in all and they’re all free. There are a few however that will require a quick registration, but they are well worth it.





Public Gothic




Sonrisa Thin




Palm of Buddha






PT Sans


Museo Slab




Sylar Stencil






Kain Block






A_B_ Stochome Modular


Aldo Open


Sans Serious




About the Author

Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. He is the founder of WDL and ThemeTrust.

  • http://www.wearepixel8.com Erik Ford

    I usually cringe when I see titles like this one, but the majority of these fonts are really nice. Thanks a lot for sharing them. Excuse me, I have to now start downloading some of these goodies.

  • http://www.jordanwalker.net/index.php Jordan Walker

    All of those are great looking fonts, thanks for the compilation.

  • http://resourcehive.com jc

    Great list of fonts….I am always on the lookout for new free fonts that are useful. Most of these I have, like Public Gothic-a great font family. But there are some new ones here also. I especially like Kaine Block…will definitely be going in the bag!

  • http://www.facefirstcreative.com Rebecca

    These are great! Thanks for sharing!

  • http://ansh.thisisitonline.info Amberly | Web Designer

    Beautiful and handy post, I really wanna use this for something. Nice work

    Kain Block font looks nice…

  • http://www.agence-internet.net agence internet

    Thanks a lot for all these links

  • http://lava360.com zohaib

    always looking for these kind of great fonts. Love it :)

  • http://www.jeffwoodruff.net Jeff Woodruff

    A very nice set of fonts. Thanks for sharing. They’ll make a nice addition to my collection.

  • http://www.thechilligarden.co.uk @jinjaninja

    Brilliant post. Some really sweet, fresh new fonts here. Thanks for the post and keep up the excellent work.

  • http://www.gonzoblog.nl Gonzo the Great

    Hi Henry,

    please, please, pretty please, … these ‘thingies’ you’ve posted are called TYPEFACES, not fonts!

    If you want to know the difference, please check this article: Anatomy in Typography

    Thank you in advance, a type-lover!

    • Freebornman

      Hey Gonzo…
      Let’s not forget these ‘thingies’ are FREE…. you can call them cabbages for all I care… it’s the gesture that counts surely?


  • http://www.lwdesign.co.za Lauren

    Thanks so much for these. They are so unique!

  • http://www.lwdesign.co.za Lauren Wolff Design

    These are beautiful!

  • http://www.havepack.com Have Pack, Will Travel

    Wow, I don’t think I’ve seen one of these font roundup posts where I have liked and not already seen each and every font. Amazing!

  • http://www.xcellence-it.com/ Xcellence IT

    Awesome collections of fonts….

    It comes just at the right time… I was looking for a font for new design…

    Thanks for sharing this great resources…

    Xcellence IT
    Web Development Company India

  • http://www.crearedesign.co.uk Daniel Long

    There are some really nice fonts in this post. Some that would add a lot of impact to a nicely designed website. I really like Public Gothic and Kilogram. They create a really nice look for the design and would complement a well designed web site.

  • http://crossinghippos.com Babs

    Yum, some of these are real tasty. Thanks for the round-up!

  • http://www.mintfactory.co.uk/blog/ Tomasz Bergiel

    Many different styles mixed together creating an excellent resource. However some of those fonts are not so fresh :). Sylar Stencil rocks. It is probably due to my preference for gungy things – unfortunately grungy style id descending now… Thanks Henry!

  • http://www.babycareland.com Tracy Lee

    Beautiful and really interesting fonts. One should must use them for better design and typography. Nice collection collected with hard work.

  • http://www.logolitic.com logolitic

    nice collection of fonts.

    You can also see my collection: http://logolitic.com/32-best-free-fonts-download/

  • http://instantblueprint.com Hoxxy

    What a great list always looking for new fonts, Sonrisa Thin looks great.

  • http://www.angelseo.co.uk Dave | SEO Nottingham

    Hey great post, im loving Nautik and Raleway (which reminds me alot of walkway, which is used so much in advertising at the moment).

  • http://www.nationalloansource.com/ Free Loan Directory

    Great font…altought only a few could be used for web design…the others for some graphics maybe..and art work

  • Patty

    It’s an amazing list you have there!

    Just to say that sadly the Public Gothic typeface is not available anymore as stated here:


    too bad, it was one of the coolest from the list!

  • http://boldis.ru Boldis Media

    Thanks for that fonts! Really cool!

  • http://blinkwebmedia.net/ Blink Web Design UK

    Orbitron is lush

  • http://www.marty-rogers.com Marty Rogers

    Orial is fabulous! As is Orbitron. These are some really creative and sleak fonts, I’m betting they took quite a few hours to perfect!

    Thanks for another great one!

  • http://www.envergur.fr Envergur

    A very nice set of fonts, Thanks! Hop, in my bookmarks 😉

  • jason

    Public Gothic is no longer free. :-(