Posted on: August 15, 2013

Mike Rankin

Mike is the Editor in Chief of, InDesign Magazine, and He is also the author of several video training series, including Font Management Essential Training, InDesign FX, and InDesign CC: Interactive Document Fundamentals.

8 Comments on 50 Free Fonts, Part 2

  1. These are great!,,

  2. Can’t find a link to download fonts, but I don’t really need more fonts anyway.

  3. Hello. I love how you alwasy have freebies … although it can be frustrating to click on some of the links above and find out that one has to register, use shopping carts to get the fonts, etc. I just “can’t wait” to create more usernames and secure passwords and give these funky sites all my personal info. If you give away “freebies” than the link should go to a simple page with a big ‘ol download button and that’s that. A couple of the liks above work that way only. Thank you. A.C.

  4. Ah, beautiful forbidden fruit! Don’t expect your client to accept work that employs free fonts. The lack of the specific legal wording that covers the client’s needs for unlimited print and electronic use makes these fonts a potential liability. I work at a place that forbids free fonts, but WILL make an effort to negotiate a written contract with the copyright owner so that the company is protected. Copyright owners: be prepared to be asked, and respond quicky. Because we designers love them!

  5. It’s cool, but what I love most is handwriting style fonts like

  6. avi benifla

  7. good

  8. good

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