Put aside those overused typefaces, we have collected the 10 of the best free fonts of 2014. These fonts makes your designs a lot more attractive and make them look modern. Some are apt for logos, some for flyers and a lot more of your design needs. Plus they are absolutely free, that’s the best part.
Reckoner is a free font by Sydney based Alex Dale. Reckoner is currently available in 2 weights (for now). This typeface is ideal for logotypes & headings.
Exo 2 is a complete redrawing of Exo, a contemporary geometric sans serif typeface that tries to convey a technological/futuristic feeling while keeping an elegant design. Exo is a very versatile font, so it has 9 weights (the maximum on the web) and each with a true italic version. Exo 2 has a more organic look that will perform much better at small text sizes and in long texts. It is available in Google Fonts.
BoB font by Myanmar based zarni ni, is intended for anyone who likes to introduce some playfulness to their typeface. This cartoonist and cheerful font will do miracles in poster designs which makes it one of the coolest and best free fonts of 2014.
Tracks type is all caps fonts inspired with railway tracks slash, static, dynamic, and clean. This fonts available in two different style, Regular and Italic. It was designed for display type such as headlines, poster, title, etc. It can also be sued as a web font.
This ultra-bold typeface created by kallegraphics is most suitable for headings. This fontface is based on Nick Curtis’ premium font Anagram. The typeface includes both uppercase and lowercase letters as well as numerals and special characters .
Streetwear is bold and stylish retro inspired script typeface suitable for logo, poster, branding, packaging and t-shirt design. It looks like 1960s and 70s fashion and sport related typeface, unique and fun at the same time. You can access Streetwear’s alternate characters by using OpenType savvy program such as Adobe Illustrator and InDesign. One among those retro best free fonts.
Farray created by Adrien Coquet, a french designer is for those who seek innovation in typeface. This font is for free personal or commercial use.
Metropolis 1920 comes from the industrial movement of the 1920’s where skyscrapers where born. This retro look makes its way to the best free fonts list.It is a bold, bumptious typeface with a stolidly calm disposition. It is created by Josip Kelava, a Melbourne based designer.