Free Font Library

Types

  • Fantasy
  • Monospace
  • Sans Serif
  • Serif

Designers

  • Alfredo Marco Pradil
  • Antoine Gelgon (Luuse)
  • Bonjour Monde
  • Christian Robertson
  • Florian Karsten
  • Georg Duffner
  • Juliette Duhe
  • Jérémy Landes
  • Lea Pradine
  • Lots
  • Lucas Le Bihan
  • luuse
  • Luuse
  • Léonard Mabille (Luuse)
  • Mike Abbink
  • Open Source Publishing
  • Philippe Cochy
  • Philipp H. Poll
  • Raphaël Bastide
  • Walid Bouchouchi
  • Wei Huang

Tags

  • curveless
  • Rounded
  • typewriter

Licenses

  • Apache License, Version 2.0
  • Free License
  • GNU GPL
  • Open Font License
  • SIL Open Font License
  • SIL Open Font License (OFL)
  • This Font Software is licensed under the SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1. This license is available with a FAQ at: http://scripts.sil.org/OFL

Computer Modern Specimen

  • Styles Italic Roman Bold BoldItalic
  • Designer Lots
  • Type Serif
  • License SIL Open Font License
Computer Modern is the original family of typefaces used by the typesetting program TeX. It was created by Donald Knuth with his Metafont program, and was most recently updated in 1992.[1] Computer Modern, or variants of it, remains very widely used in scientific publishing, especially in disciplines that make frequent use of mathematical notation. cmunti
Computer Modern is the original family of typefaces used by the typesetting program TeX. It was created by Donald Knuth with his Metafont program, and was most recently updated in 1992.[1] Computer Modern, or variants of it, remains very widely used in scientific publishing, especially in disciplines that make frequent use of mathematical notation. cmunrm
Computer Modern is the original family of typefaces used by the typesetting program TeX. It was created by Donald Knuth with his Metafont program, and was most recently updated in 1992.[1] Computer Modern, or variants of it, remains very widely used in scientific publishing, especially in disciplines that make frequent use of mathematical notation. cmunbx
Computer Modern is the original family of typefaces used by the typesetting program TeX. It was created by Donald Knuth with his Metafont program, and was most recently updated in 1992.[1] Computer Modern, or variants of it, remains very widely used in scientific publishing, especially in disciplines that make frequent use of mathematical notation. cmunbi

Autopia Specimen

  • Styles Bold Bold Italic Italic Regular
  • Designer Antoine Gelgon (Luuse)
  • Type Serif
  • License SIL Open Font License
Auto Trace autopia-bold
Auto Trace autopia-bold-italic
Auto Trace autopia-italic
Auto Trace autopia-regular

Avara Specimen

  • Styles Italic Bold Italic Bold Bold Black
  • Designers Raphaël Bastide
    Wei Huang
    Lucas Le Bihan
    Walid Bouchouchi
    Jérémy Landes
  • Type Serif
  • License SIL Open Font License
  • Tag curveless
Curves sucks. avara-bolditalic
Curves sucks. avara-bold
Curves sucks. avara-black

Compagnon Specimen

  • Styles Regular Roman Regular Medium Regular Light Italic Regular Light Regular Bold
  • Designers Juliette Duhe
    Lea Pradine
  • Types Serif
    Monospace
    Fantasy
  • License SIL Open Font License
  • Tag typewriter
Meet, Make, Master, Modify, compagnon-roman
Meet, Make, Master, Modify, compagnon-medium
Meet, Make, Master, Modify, compagnon-lightitalic
Meet, Make, Master, Modify, compagnon-light
Meet, Make, Master, Modify, compagnon-bold

Deja Vu Mono Specimen

  • Styles Bold Bold Oblique Oblique Book
  • Designer Lots
  • Types Sans Serif
    Monospace
  • License Free License
Vera + IRC + ChangeLog + dejavusansmono-bold
Vera + IRC + ChangeLog + dejavusansmono-boldoblique
Vera + IRC + ChangeLog + dejavusansmono-oblique
Vera + IRC + ChangeLog + dejavusansmono

EB Garamond Specimen

  • Styles Regular Italic
  • Designer Georg Duffner
  • Type Serif
  • License SIL Open Font License
gA ebgaramond12-regular
gA ebgaramond12-italic

Hanken Round Specimen

  • Styles Light Book
  • Designer Alfredo Marco Pradil
  • Type Sans Serif
  • License SIL Open Font License
  • Tag Rounded
Jane Pat Tom Joe hanken-light
Jane Pat Tom Joe hanken-book

Happy Times at the IKOB Specimen

  • Styles Regular Italic Regular
  • Designer Lucas Le Bihan
  • Type Serif
  • License Open Font License
Even when new, Times New Roman had its crit­ics. In his typo­graphic mem­oir, A Tally of Types, Mori­son good-naturedly imag­ined what William Mor­ris (respon­si­ble for the open­ing illus­tra­tion in page layout) might have said about it: “As a new face it should, by the grace of God and the art of man, have been broad and open, gen­er­ous and ample; instead, by the vice of Mam­mon and the mis­ery of the machine, it is big­oted and nar­row, mean and puri­tan.” happy-times-at-the-ikobitalic-webfont
Even when new, Times New Roman had its crit­ics. In his typo­graphic mem­oir, A Tally of Types, Mori­son good-naturedly imag­ined what William Mor­ris (respon­si­ble for the open­ing illus­tra­tion in page layout) might have said about it: “As a new face it should, by the grace of God and the art of man, have been broad and open, gen­er­ous and ample; instead, by the vice of Mam­mon and the mis­ery of the machine, it is big­oted and nar­row, mean and puri­tan.” happy-times-at-the-ikob-webfont

help-me Specimen

  • Style
  • Designer
  • Type Serif
Hello world hershey-noailles-help-me

herbier Specimen

  • Style Noailles-herbier
  • Designer luuse
  • Types Serif
    Fantasy
  • License SIL Open Font License
56789a hershey-noailles-herbier

Hershey Noailles Specimen

  • Styles Light Regular Italic Regular Regular Bold Regular Medium Bold Regular Light
  • Designer Luuse
  • Types Serif
    Sans Serif
    Monospace
    Fantasy
  • License SIL Open Font License
The Hershey fonts are a collection of vector fonts developed c. 1967 by Dr. Allen Vincent Hershey at the Naval Weapons Laboratory,[1][2] originally designed to be rendered using vectors on early cathode ray tube displays. Decomposing curves to connected straight lines allowed Hershey to produce complex typographic designs. In their original form the font data consists simply of a series of coordinates, meant to be connected by straight lines on the screen. hershey-noailles-astrology05
The Hershey fonts are a collection of vector fonts developed c. 1967 by Dr. Allen Vincent Hershey at the Naval Weapons Laboratory,[1][2] originally designed to be rendered using vectors on early cathode ray tube displays. Decomposing curves to connected straight lines allowed Hershey to produce complex typographic designs. In their original form the font data consists simply of a series of coordinates, meant to be connected by straight lines on the screen. hershey-noailles-cursive
The Hershey fonts are a collection of vector fonts developed c. 1967 by Dr. Allen Vincent Hershey at the Naval Weapons Laboratory,[1][2] originally designed to be rendered using vectors on early cathode ray tube displays. Decomposing curves to connected straight lines allowed Hershey to produce complex typographic designs. In their original form the font data consists simply of a series of coordinates, meant to be connected by straight lines on the screen. hershey-noailles-futural
The Hershey fonts are a collection of vector fonts developed c. 1967 by Dr. Allen Vincent Hershey at the Naval Weapons Laboratory,[1][2] originally designed to be rendered using vectors on early cathode ray tube displays. Decomposing curves to connected straight lines allowed Hershey to produce complex typographic designs. In their original form the font data consists simply of a series of coordinates, meant to be connected by straight lines on the screen. hershey-noailles-futuram
The Hershey fonts are a collection of vector fonts developed c. 1967 by Dr. Allen Vincent Hershey at the Naval Weapons Laboratory,[1][2] originally designed to be rendered using vectors on early cathode ray tube displays. Decomposing curves to connected straight lines allowed Hershey to produce complex typographic designs. In their original form the font data consists simply of a series of coordinates, meant to be connected by straight lines on the screen. hershey-noailles-symbolic
The Hershey fonts are a collection of vector fonts developed c. 1967 by Dr. Allen Vincent Hershey at the Naval Weapons Laboratory,[1][2] originally designed to be rendered using vectors on early cathode ray tube displays. Decomposing curves to connected straight lines allowed Hershey to produce complex typographic designs. In their original form the font data consists simply of a series of coordinates, meant to be connected by straight lines on the screen. hershey-noailles-timesb
The Hershey fonts are a collection of vector fonts developed c. 1967 by Dr. Allen Vincent Hershey at the Naval Weapons Laboratory,[1][2] originally designed to be rendered using vectors on early cathode ray tube displays. Decomposing curves to connected straight lines allowed Hershey to produce complex typographic designs. In their original form the font data consists simply of a series of coordinates, meant to be connected by straight lines on the screen. hershey-noailles-timesr

iAwriter Specimen

  • Styles Regular Bold Italic Bold Regular Italic
  • Designer Mike Abbink
  • Types Serif
    Sans Serif
  • License SIL Open Font License
Writer iawriterduospace-bold
Writer iawriterduospace-bolditalic
Writer iawriterduospace-regular
Writer iawriterduospace-regularitalic

Linux Libertine Specimen

  • Styles Semibold Italic Semibold Regular Italic Bold Italic Bold Regular Mono Initials Display Regular Biolinum regular Italic Biolinum Bold Biolinum Regular Biolinum Keyboard
  • Designer Philipp H. Poll
  • Type Serif
  • License GNU GPL
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linlibertinerziah
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linlibertinerzah
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linlibertineriah
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linlibertinerbiah
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linlibertinerbah
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linlibertinerah
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linlibertinemah
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linlibertinei
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linlibertinedrah
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linbiolinumriah
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linbiolinumrbah
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linbiolinumrah
Libertine Fonts support the western languages and provide many special characters. Our fonts cover the codepages of Western Latin, Greek, Cyrillic (with their specific enhancements), Hebrew, IPA and many more. linbiolinumkah

Roboto Specimen

  • Style Regular
  • Designer Christian Robertson
  • Type Sans Serif
  • License Apache License, Version 2.0
Hallo Freunde! roboto-regular

Not Courier Sans Specimen

This is the font used here. notcouriersans
This is the font used here. notcouriersans-bold

OCR-PBI Specimen

  • Styles pbi-canonique pbi-canonique pbi-canonique pbi-canonique pbi-canonique pbi-canonique pbi-canonique Pbi-pen_x1_y1
  • Designer Antoine Gelgon (Luuse)
  • Types Sans Serif
    Monospace
  • License SIL Open Font License (OFL)
Hello world ocr-pbi-boldv1
Hello world ocr-pbi-boldv2
Hello world ocr-pbi-boldv3
Hello world ocr-pbi-circle
Hello world ocr-pbi-condv1
Hello world ocr-pbi-squarev2
Hello world ocr-pbi-v2
Hello world ocr-pbi-penx1y1

Pecita Specimen

  • Style Book
  • Designer Philippe Cochy
  • Type Fantasy
  • License SIL Open Font License
Pecita est une police de caractères imitant l’écriture manuscrite. Elle est codée en Unicode avec l’intégralité des glyphes latins usités dans les langues européennes et panafricaines, le grec, le cyrillique, les katakanas, l’alphabet phonétique, les opérateurs mathématiques et beaucoup de symboles. pecita

Selectric Specimen

Shûzô Kuki «Týpe Bäll» selectricroman
Shûzô Kuki «Týpe Bäll» selectricmono

Space Grotesk Specimen

  • Styles Regular Bold Regular SemiBold Regular Light Regular Regular Medium
  • Designer Florian Karsten
  • Type Sans Serif
  • License This Font Software is licensed under the SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1. This license is available with a FAQ at: http://scripts.sil.org/OFL
Hello world spacegrotesk-bold
Hello world spacegrotesk-semibold
Hello world spacegrotesk-light
Hello world spacegrotesk-regular
Hello world spacegrotesk-medium

Syne Specimen

  • Styles Regular Regular Mono Italic Regular Extra Bold
  • Designer Bonjour Monde
  • Types Serif
    Sans Serif
    Monospace
    Fantasy
  • License SIL Open Font License
An unexpected journey syne-regular
An unexpected journey syne-mono
An unexpected journey syne-italic
An unexpected journey syne-extra
An unexpected journey syne-bold

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