October 19, 2020

22 Fresh High-Quality Fonts for Your Designs

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.

Raleway

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Orbitron

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Public Gothic

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Juice

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Sonrisa Thin

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Prociono

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Palm of Buddha

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Metal

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Hunstrüct

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PT Sans

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Museo Slab

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Playtime

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Sylar Stencil

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DejaRip

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Orial

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Kain Block

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Otari

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Nautik

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A_B_ Stochome Modular

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Aldo Open

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Sans Serious

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Kilogram

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

29 Comments

  1. Erik Ford Reply

    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.

  2. jc Reply

    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!

    1. Freebornman Reply

      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?

      FBM

  3. Daniel Long Reply

    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.

  4. Tomasz Bergiel Reply

    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!

  5. Marty Rogers Reply

    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!

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