Free Fonts Every Graphic Designer Should Own

Finding the perfect font is not only challenging, it can also be expensive too. Paying for every typography you think could work with your design adds up quickly.

Luckily, there is a more economical approach – free fonts! We’ve selected 33 must-haves and categorized them per font family.


This Sans-Serif font’s readability makes it a perfect choice if you’re designing product packaging, web design, and other projects that require a font that pops out even from afar.


If you need a more “condensed” typeface, there’s always good, old-fashioned Norwester. Unlike Newake, it is thinner and more condensed. Plus, it has unique designs for glyphs and letters.

“Sharper” than the previous two fonts on this list. This font family also has a larger number of glyphs, five weights, and five styles. It also supports 93 languages!


Originally developed for the United States federal government, the font comes in nine bold settings to make its text stand out. Not bad for a free font, right?

Public Sans

Perhaps the most versatile sans-serif font on this list. Not only can you get the standard regular and bold style, but you can also apply accents, stencil styles, and display glyphs.


This typeface is reminiscent of the old typefaces like Garamond but has its own distinct flair in print. Crimson is available in regular, bold, italic, and bold italic.


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