20 Best Free Fonts of 2014

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2014 was a great year for designers! Lots of new design trends emerged and the web was just filled with beautiful, high quality freebies. The standards are higher now and graphic designers step up to the task. Can you believe that these 20 fonts presented in this article are free to download?! Yes, they are! Some really talented designers created them and made them available to the public.

Get the best free fonts of 2014 and add them to your collection! If you’re looking for more great free fonts, then you should also check out these free hipster fonts for designers, free Behance fontsMust Have Free Retro Fonts and Top Quality Free Fonts for Designers!

Arenq

The font Arenq was designed by Paulo R in 2014. It’s free for personal and commercial use! It has a unique look and can be used for various purposes. Would look great on logos! 

Arenq

Look Up

This is a playful font with a home-made feel. It has little arrows at the edge of each letter. It’s easily accessible through the keyboard’s upper and lower cases. It was inspired by little arrows on websites. Look up font allows you to create a lot of great things such as posters, magazines, printings, t-shirts etc.

Look Up

Flex Display

This is a lovely slim font which you can use for various projects. Great for presentations, flyers, memos, notes and scrap booking. Also, it has a more feminine feel and of course, it’s free to download and use! 

Flex Display

Disclaimer

Disclaimer is module-based display font coming in two variations : Plain and Classic. It was designed by Boris Bonev. This font is great for headings and posters.

Disclaimer

Canter

Canter is an all caps, condensed typeface available in six different weights. It was designed as a display type for titles, headlines, and posters. Designed by Christopher J. Lee, New York, USA.

Canter

Simplifica

This is a slightly condensed sans-serif typeface featured by an uniform and thin line width. As the designer mentions, its high positioned caps height and ascender favors legibility. It’s a fine, simple and clear font.

Simplifica

Adam

This is an all caps, sans-serif typeface inspired by Futura. Its sharp, clean appearance makes it a suitable typeface for headlines, posters, titles and captions. It consists of 228 character glyphs and features numerous updates over the previous version, including brand new glyphs & over 2000 kerning pairs.

Adam

Kaiju

Kaiju is a typeface created by Anthony James 2014. KAIJU is a sans serif typeface that comes in multiple weights (Regular & Bold). Its simplicity makes it a very legible display font, perfect for editorials. 

Kaiju

Aqua Grotesque

This is a 1940’s Inspired Typeface. Best for vintage / classic designs, logo, signage, headline, etc. Because of its high quality details and visual appealing this font is suitable for most design needs.

Aqua Grotesque

Tesla

The inspiration for this typeface was found in the circuitry of light bulb filament and wiring intricately crossing paths. It’s a great font with a unique design. Suits best for any futuristic themed designs, logo, headline, letterheads, etc.

Tesla

Higher

Higher is a free font made for a student project containing characters (A-Z) and numbers (0-9). Available for free commercial and personal use. This font is intended for a wide range of uses (logotypes, webdesign, collaterals). 

Higher

Chase

CHASE is a sleek and chic sans serif typeface that comes in uppercase and lowercase. Its thin slender lines allow for great legibility, perfect as both a display typeface or as simple small text.

Chase

Ostrich Sans Inline

This is a gorgeous modern sans-serif with a very long neck. With a whole slew of styles & weights: Dashed (thin, Rounded (medium), Ultra light, Normal, Bold (race track style double lines), Black, Inline (with italics), Heavy (round).

Ostrich Sans Inline

Woodwarrior

Woodwarrior is a typeface inspired by the north, and the contrast between modern man made structures and untouched nature shaped by wind and ice alone. This font’s glyphs are mouse-crafted carefully with high and smooth details on all lines.

Woodwarrior

Tracks Type

Tracks type is all caps fonts and alphabet only, inspired with railway tracks slash, static, dynamic, and clean. This fonts available in two different style, Medium and Slanted. It was designed for display type such as headlines, poster, title, etc.

Tracks Type

Mink Type

Mink Type is a cool hand painted display typeface (only eps version is available) that  is created by using brush tools in Illustrator. Each letter has 3 variations including upper and lower cases, you can create your custom feel for your design. I like to use a mix of upper and lower cases and you may use different combinations. It may work in different purposes.

Mink Type

Che’s Bone

This font has round edges and condensed skinny forms. The corner of each letter has a bone shape. It’s useful for any Design project. card, e-card, Good for Logos & Headlines, Poster,Tag design, Newspaper & Magazine Ad Design and many more.

Che’s Bone

Bosun

(no longer available)

Bosun is a modern interpretation of sans-serif typefaces. It consist of 258+ glyphs and will be available in 5 different styles. Bosun is applicable for nearly any type of graphic design. This typeface is free for personal- and commercial use.

Bosun

Chomp

This is a new fun and playful font. It was crafted with high attention to the smooth lines and details in every glyph. Free to download!

Chomp

V.GER Grotesque

This is a great square angled typeface. The characters are clean and each written with a continuous line. The font is readable even at smaller sizes. 

V.GER Grotesque



3 thoughts on “20 Best Free Fonts of 2014”

  1. I really enjoyed your post as you have listed good list of fonts for designers. Your shared such best ones which really helped me a lot in my designing. Thank you for such huge information! Just to let you know, you can also create your own font just see here codecondo.com/10-best-free-online-tools-for-designing-fonts/

  2. this is all great…. but I have yet to see anyone tell us HOW to install these FONTS on our computers….. do you think MAYBE you could do an article like that… I would REALLY like to know…
    Thanx… Dixie

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