Bebas Neue is a free font which is licensed under the SIL Open Font License 1.1. Designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa. Bebas Neue is the most popular all-caps font family. Released in 2010, Bebas Neue has been used from by big companies to by startup designers for many projects. Despite the fact that Bebas Neue has […]
Inspired by the writing of the daughter of an architect (surprise, surprise!), this font incorporates the graphic, squared look of architectural writing, combined with the natural feel of daily handwriting. License: Free for commercial work. Read license info included in the download files.
Geo is a simple geometric typeface in the mould of some of the experimental faces designed during the 1920s by well-known modernists such as Theo van Doesberg and Herbert Bayer. It expresses both the directness of the 1920s faces and the rather disingenuous consumerist thrust of their 80s and 90s descendants. License: You can use […]
Noto is a global font collection for writing in all modern and ancient languages. Noto Sans is an unmodulated (“sans serif”) design for texts in the Latin, Cyrillic and Greek scripts, which is also suitable as the complementary choice for other script-specific Noto Sans fonts. It has italic styles, multiple weights and widths, and 3,741 […]
PT Sans is a type family designed for use together with PT Serif font family.. It consists of 8 styles: regular and bold weights with corresponding italics form a standard computer font family; two narrow styles (regular and bold) are intended for documents that require tight set; two caption styles (regular and bold) are for […]
PT Serif is a universal type family designed for use together with PT Sans font family. PT Serif coordinates with PT Sans on metrics, proportions, weights and design. It consists of six styles: regular and bold weights with corresponding italics form a standard computer font family; two caption styles (regular and italic) are for texts […]
256 Bytes is based on the logotype for the MITS Altair 8800: the first commercially successful personal computer. Unusual thick-thin choices are reminiscent of MICR typefaces of the 1960’s such as Data 70 and Westminster. This font includes a license that allows free commercial use: sometimes referred to as a desktop license. This allows you […]