Here’s a collection of the 18 best free fonts resources in 2018. This list is based on a long experience in both, font downloading and font creation. It features only the best and the most trusted websites that you can download beautiful handwritten, serif, sans serif, display and many more fonts. These fonts have been download millions of times by designers and hobbyists all over the world.
DaFont is the number one source for fresh and beautiful script fonts. They update the site frequently and font creators are able upload their own fonts to the platform. DaFonts’s forum is also super popular due to it’s “What font is this?” -feature where people can post images of typography and others can point what font has been used in the design.
1001 Free Fonts is the old workhorse in the free fonts -industry. Their website looks a bit outdated, but don’t let it fool you! Their service provide super cool fonts that are updated frequently. Their collections cover tons of categories from modern brush fonts to old retro fonts.
Font Space also falls into the category of “old goodies” with it’s simplistic look. It still covers the big part of free font download scene with it’s highly engaged community and newly added fonts. Their catalog has 1000s of free fonts from sans serif to handwriting fonts.
Pixelify is our own platform where users can add and edit their own free fonts. We’ve created this platform to help independent creators to offer their beautiful fonts free of charge. This way they can connect with Pixelify users and get well-known in the community. Pixelify offers mostly the freshest and most beautiful script fonts in the market. Catalog is updated frequently.
1001 Fonts is a clean sans serif heaven! Their website instantly greets you with new and fresh sans serif fonts that are pretty rare to find. You can easily make beautiful designs combining these sans serif fonts with modern script fonts.
Font Bundles is a marketplace first, but they still offer one of the best free fonts as they come from their marketplace sellers! They mostly offer free script fonts, but you might be surprised with some display fonts too. Some of the free fonts have a time limit on them so make sure download them on time.
Urban Fonts has one of the biggest free fonts catalog in the web! They’ve been in the business for a long time and their categories cover a ton of cool fonts.
Font Squirrel used to be my number one free font source due to their top quality handpicking. They only feature the best of the best free fonts. They still update the catalog frequently and you can find some real gems like Butler, but these days I prefer a wider catalog like on DaFont or Pixelify.
Free Design Resources has one of the most beautiful websites in the scene and on top of free fonts they also provide free mockups, templates and graphics. They’ve been in business just a few years, but they already got a pretty reputable collection of free fonts.
Like Font Bundles, TheHungryJPEG is also a marketplace first website, but they also provide free fonts and graphics. Some of their free fonts have a time stamp on them and some can be download “forever”.
Freebies Bug is an UI centered freebies source, but they also provide some super-clean free sans and sans serif fonts. Their website is absolutely stunning!
I don’t think we even have to describe Behance as it’s the number on community for creative designers. It’s owned by Adobe and has been connecting designers for many years. Users can post links to their free fonts in Behance and that makes it one of the best source to seek fresh new font freebies! Traditionally, it includes some of the best sans serif fonts in the world!
Creative Fabrica is a really new website and they’re a marketplace-first platform. They also do offer permanent and limited time free fonts that are in top-notch quality as they’re from the marketplace.
PixelBuddha is definitely one of the cleanest design websites out there. They provide a ton of good articles to read and digital assets to download. Go explore their free fonts and be amazed by the quality of them. PixelBuddha also has some fonts that you cannot find anywhere else.
MyFonts is the biggest font marketplace out there. They’ve got the most reputable fonts and it’s really hard for a seller to get in. Feel free to check their site for free font samples.
CreativeBooster has been around since 2015 and offers some of the best quality free fonts, mockups and templates. Most of them have been made by me so I guarantee they’ve got some decent quality on them 😀
Dribbble is a similar community to Behance, although it’s invitation only platform. You might want to go and check who is posting new amazing free fonts this week!
Pixel Surplus is a pretty new website that offer bundles and freebies. They’ve grown rapidly due to a fact that they provide a lot free fonts and graphics that you cannot find anywhere else. They also have some modern vintage type of fonts that are really hard to find.