Ten Free Commercial Fonts – Handwriting
In today’s world, who doesn’t love a freebie? Resources for graphic and web design can be costly, so free goods are a great way to build up your library without breaking the bank – particularly if you’re just starting out.
For today’s post we’ve gathered together ten handwriting fonts that will add a little something extra to your design projects. And best of all? They’re all free for commercial use!
A feminine font that would equally well for wedding invitations as it would text tattoos, Scriptina is a wonderful handwriting font to add to your library.
Thin and playful, Absinthe is an ideal font to choose for ad campaigns and fun titles that are meant to entertain.
Created by font author Kevin Richey, Rudiment is a sans serif handwriting font with a slight chalk effect.
Created on an iPad, Sion is an experimental, geometric font that lends itself well to media projects, including album covers and movie posters.
Heavy and clean but ever so slightly crooked, Cmon Near is an irreverent font that would work well for a brand that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
WC Wunderbach Rough£0
A strong, spliced font that works great for bold titles, WC Wunderbach Rough was created by font author Christophe Féray, who also brought a few other fonts on this list to life.
Pretty and eye-catching, JeanSunHo looks great in Medium or Bold and would be great for use in headers and titles – it looks particularly good against a black background.
A simple font created from Sharpie on sketchpad paper, Conformity is a chunky, natural handwriting font that’s clear and easy to read.
Another font from Grant Marshall, Architext is ‘styled on the sort of hand lettering architects used to put on drawings back in the days’.
If Tim Burton created a font, it would be Latchboy. Can you imagine how perfect this would look in a Halloween header?