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1,075 Awesome Free Fonts For Designers

1,075 Awesome Free Fonts For Designers
Share on Twitter109Share on Facebook256Share on Google Plus31Share on Stumbleupon115KShare on Reddit0 This is meta collection of free font lists from various respected design websites. In total there are 24 lists showcasing 1,075 fonts which are all free to download. These font collections are shortlists of the best free fonts of 2013 and 2014 which which will hopefully save you a load of time if you are on the hunt for quality designer typography. For more web designer resources check out our freebies section. The fonts vary in style and are ideal for websites, flyers, brochures, logos and graphic designers. Awwards – 100 Greatest Fonts of 2014 View Fonts Hongkiat’s 100 Must Have Free Fonts CreativeBloq’s 100 Best Free Fonts For Designers Creativeshory’s 75 Best Fonts of 2014 UMagazine’s 60 Free Fonts DesignModo’s 23 Free Fonts – Behance Collection Naldz Graphics’s 40 Best Fonts UMagainze’s 22 Free Fonts for Pro Designers Graphic Design Junction’s 100 Free Fonts For Designers 35 Free Tattoo Fonts

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