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Where to find FREE fonts?

Discussion in 'Font Forum:' started by Stationery Direct, Mar 29, 2008.

  1. nantia

    nantia New Member

    My first free font "Prokopis" is a multilingual, handwritten font, "pay with a like or a tweet" and it is yours for ever!
    Bookmark the link because I might release some more free fonts in the future!
    link removed - please use a full link rather than a shortened link - Levi (moderator)
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  2. Ljube

    Ljube New Member

  3. Frederik Larsen

    Frederik Larsen New Member

    I tend to use Google Fonts ( for most web projects.

    They are free to use, even for commercial projects, and quite easy to implement!
  4. kellie

    kellie New Member

    In my opinion is the best option.
  5. ArefinKhan

    ArefinKhan New Member

    you can visit too
  6. nantia

    nantia New Member

    The full link :)
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  7. Deepak

    Deepak New Member

    I like both dafont and 1001fonts. But i find 1001fonts more interesting as it's regularly updated with new fonts and have wide variety of fonts.
  8. Robopenguin

    Robopenguin New Member

    I really like the fonts from and Font Squirrel. Font Squirrel's licensing is very clear (most are free for commercial use) and provide a bunch of other tools like a font identifier and a free conversion tool to make desktop fonts into webfonts.
  9. Mito

    Mito New Member

    I think FontSpace is quite great.

    FontSpace is a popular website for finding free fonts. They currently have hundreds of thousands of users, over 29,000 free fonts, and over 2,000 designers that share their fonts on the website.

    The website makes it easy to find popular, new, and random fonts that are free to download, and you can even do it without having to login to a user account or fill out any information at all.
  10. logonine

    logonine New Member

    beside dafont, I also use google fonts.. it include with cool fonts and also free.. you can try it
  11. martin smith

    martin smith New Member

    Thanks for sharing the post..useful information..

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