5 Free Fonts You Should Check Out

As a part of my job and daily life I work a lot in Photoshop and InDesign which I absolutely love! And my interest in graphic web design has only grown. Whenever there’s some text involved, choosing fonts is my favourite part and I really spend time researching different styles, tweaking adjustments etc. to make it perfect.

So, as it’s my birthday week and my mom is coming to see me, for a quick blog post I decided to share with you 5 of my favourite [free for personal use] fonts paired with Century Gothic. You don’t necessarily have to pair any of the fonts with Century Gothic but I find it goes well with each of them. My aesthetic instincts tell me that it does!

All the links will take to you the relevant web address on 1001freefonts.com. So, let’s roll!

Free-fonts-Lilly-Bell

Lilly Bell

-A lovely font from Emily-

Free for personal use.

Free-Fonts-Gardenia

Gardenia

-An Elegant font from Emily-

No commercial use

Free-Fonts-Chasing-Embers

Chasing Embers

-Brought to you by The Brand Quotes-

For personal and non-profit use

You can purchase the full version from The Brand Quotes here

Free-Fonts-dear-joe

Dear Joe Four

-Created by JOEBOB Graphics-

No commercial use

For commercial use the font can be purchased here

Free-Fonts-KG-Camden

KG Camden Market S

-Kindly delivered to us by Kemberly Geswein-

Free for personal use

For commercial use, please, visit here

When I said “a quick blog post” I, actually, did spend a few evenings going through my font collection in Photoshop and researching info, so, I sincerely hope it comes in handy to some of you! And don’t forget to share your favourite fonts! I am always on hunt for some new styles 🙂

Free beautiful fonts

  • These are awesome! Thanks for posting them. I especially like “chasing embers.” Def sharing this around!