In BrushKite, we already have a library with 100s of fonts. However, crafters need access to a lot more to design unique graphics. We thought of compiling a master article containing various places to get access to 200,000 free fonts. We will continue to add more font websites and resources in this article. You can bookmark this post to refer from time to time.
Here is a summary of all the places from where you get these free fonts.
FontSpace – 71,000
Fontfabric – 100+
Use & Modify – 100+
Urbanfonts – 8,000
Abstract Fonts – 13,000
Font Squirrel – 500
Google Fonts – 1,000+
Font Freak – 9000
MyFonts – 2,800
1001Fonts – 12,000
Dafont – 150
Fawnt – 10,000
Fontsly – 30,000
Awwaards Free Fonts – 60
On Speckyboy – 100
On Behance – 100
Hongkiat – 100
Unblast – 100
Fontstruct – 100
Free Typography – 200
Fontzone – 50,000
YouWorkForThem – 100
FontSpace has 71,000+ free fonts. As a designer-centered font website, they have nicely categorized fonts.
Find fonts on https://www.fontspace.com/
Fontfabric has 100+ free fonts. Considering their commercial fonts are used by fortune 500 brands, you can expect their free fonts to be of perfect quality!
Check FontFabric free fonts https://www.fontfabric.com/free-fonts/
Use & Modify
The site contains 100+ of free fonts. Very beautifully maintained by Raphaël Bastide. We loved their work goal: Provide a contemporary set of fonts distributed under libre or open-source licenses, handpicked by a typography and free culture lover.
Find more on Use & Modify.
Urbanfonts is the best place to download 8,000 freeware fonts.
With 13,000+ fonts, AbstractFonts is the easiest place to find your font. It lets your create an account and manage your installed fonts. Also, it has beautiful filters like “Categories, New & Popular, A – Z” for your font search.
Find your fonts on http://www.abstractfonts.com/
Font Squirrel has an amazing transparency on font usage and their site mentions: all the fonts on the site have free desktop licenses, meaning they can be used in commercial graphics and images free of charge.
You get 500+ free fonts on Font Squirrel.
Check Fonts: https://www.fontsquirrel.com/
Google has 1000+ Fonts on https://fonts.google.com/
Font Freak has 9,000 free cursive fonts, calligraphy fonts, cool fonts, and graffiti fonts. These fonts are contributed by 400+ designers.
Check Fonts on https://www.fontfreak.com/
MyFonts has 2,800+ free fonts. The site has easy to use browsing by category.
Search your free fonts on https://www.myfonts.com/newsearch//free
1001 Fonts has 12,000+ Free Fonts in 20+ categories
Explore all font categories in 1001 Fonts: https://www.1001fonts.com/
Dafont is one of our most favourite font site, it has 150+ free fonts.
Get your free fonts: https://www.dafont.com/search.php?q=free
Fawnt has 10,000 fonts!
Explore Fawnt fonts on http://www.fawnt.com/fonts/
Fontsly has a simple and easy to use font navigation to access 30,000+ fonts,
Bookmark Fontsly: https://fontsly.com/
Awwaards – Free Fonts
Want to access Free fonts that are awarded?
Check 60 Free Fonts on https://www.awwwards.com/awwwards/collections/free-fonts/
Speckyboy has assembled 100+ best fonts on https://speckyboy.com/best-free-fonts/
How can we miss Behance! 100+ free fonts on https://www.behance.net/search/projects/?search=free fonts font&sort=recommended&time=month
Hongkiat has assembled 100+ Free Fonts for commercial use. You can find more on https://www.hongkiat.com/blog/free-fonts-for-commercial-personal-use/
Unblast has 100+ Free Fonts on https://unblast.com/fonts/
You get 620 free fonts: https://www.fonts.com/browse?priceMax=family:pricing:free
Lets you download 200+ Free Fonts on https://freetypography.com/free-fonts/
FontZone has an archive of 50,000 free fonts.
Browse hundreds of free fonts on YouWorkForThem! Living life on a budget doesn’t mean you can’t have nice fonts. We offer an incredible variety of popular type designs including serifs, sans serifs, scripts and display fonts for design projects of all kinds — at no cost!
Disclaimer – We have compiled this article by manually checking, but we don’t guarantee or confirm if the fonts mentioned in this article are free and available for commercial use. Please verify it on your own.
LostType has a very different take to free fonts, it has a Pay-What-You-Want type option. Since 2011 Lost Type has been a source for unique typefaces, with a collection of over 50 different faces from contributors all over the world.
We hope you will able to use some of these fonts for your next SVG graphics design using BrushKite Vector editor.
We will be adding more fonts as we come across. Keep this article bookmarked for reference.