Best 5 High Quality Free Fonts

Most of us usually spend some of our time to search best and free fonts for our projects. Here we presents you 5 of best free high quality fonts for your project so you don’t need to waste your time looking around the internet. Actually there are more than five free high quality fonts, but to sharpen your choice, I gave you 5 best of them. I hope I can write the rest in other article.

Pleas note that some of fonts are only for personal used or also available for commercial projects. Pleas read read the licensing agreement carefully before you use the fonts.

Banda

Banda is a semi-serif typeface characterized by a tall x-height and rounded semi-serifs and was first designed as a display typeface. Banda is a great all-round performer suitable for logos, headlines, package & food designs & much more. Banda Regular is available as a free download

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Frontage

Frontage is a charming layered type system with endless design possibilities using different combinations of fonts and colors. Achieve a realistic 3D effect by adding the shadow font or just use the capital letters of the regular and bold cut for stark artwork

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Erler Dingbat

Erler Dingbat is a quality font that cover full encoding range for dingbats (U + 2700 – U + 27BF). This font created by a special collaboration between designers Johannes Erler and Henning Skibbe.

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Squared Super Heroes

Who is your favorite super heroes? Batman? Spiderman? Instead of drawing the usual fine details (facial expressions, hair, shadows, special visual effects), René Schiffer goes for a rather laconic, minimal style. He has picked out the most important characteristics of each superhero and represented them as squared forms. Placed side by side, the superheroes make for a great composition.

Lost Type Co-op | Sullivan

Sullivan is a bold display face that comes in three variations. Each can be used effectively on their own or layered for a uniquely modern, industrial effect. Originally inspired by the letter “S” design by Scott Allen Hill of Foundry Collective.

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