When trying to build your font library, it’s nice when you stumble upon collections that are free. Especially when they are generally sold as premium fonts and they look incredible.
If you’re looking to beef up your font library, check out the free fonts from FontBundles.
These are sure to improve your typography options, and the folks at FontBundles are consistently changing this page to ensure that you get a wide variety of free font bundles to choose from.
As you can see, some of the free fonts from the past have expired. The currently free solutions are presented at the top of the page, therefore it might be a good idea to bookmark this page and check back to see if any of the fonts meet your needs.
Right now, seven beautiful fonts are available for you to choose from. To give you a taste of what to expect, take a look at the font descriptions below.
Sandy Lite Font
Sandy Font presents a handmade brush option with lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers and lots of punctuation. The lite version gives you a chance to try the font and is great for personal projects when you’re looking to get a little crafty. The swooping letters generate an elegant look on any digital design, allowing you to show off your creative skills.
Fanatic Lite Font
The Fanatic Lite Font is free with a personal license. The Lite version includes letters for you to try the font. The premium version provides numbers, letters and punctuation, using fun, bold and brush-like strokes to deliver a stunning typography. The handwritten letters have a natural touch, and they are recommended for logos, posters, t-shirts and more. Overall, if you’re looking for a font that’s going to grab everyones attention, this is the one to go with.
The LaSpacino Lite font is another free option from the folks at FontBundles. The font provides a look that’s generated with a hand brush and marker. It’s rough and bold, and you can utilize it on anything from t-shirts to posters. Just imagine seeing this for a t-shirt that represents a band. It’s ideal for making your designs more spunky.
Loft Yian Script Lite
Consider the Loft Yian Script Lite font if you’re interested in a typography solution with beautifully handwritten letters and numbers. We see this as an option for those who are making wedding cards or greetings. It goes well on t-shirts and letterheads, and you get a personal license when opting for the free version.
The Overture Lite font offers a mix of traditional handwriting and brush lettering, presenting a visually appealing take on a standard brush stroke font. As with all of the free fonts on FontBundles, the free download gets you a personal license and the ability to try the font out. We like it best for more vintage designs where you’re trying to take the reader back as few decades. In fact, you might even use it on wedding invitations or greetings cards as well.
The Qeyla Lite theme has simple and sleek hand lettering, all of which molds together for a cursive look. The stylish typography goes well on signage, posters and labels, so it’s not out of the question to consider it for more business-like designs, particularly if you purchase the full version with a commercial license. However, we also think it would look wonderful on more playful layouts, like for a wedding or birthday card. Heck, you could try it out for logos or signatures as well. The options are endless for this one.
The HelloListie font is a handmade script typeface with somewhat playful lettering and bold lowercase and uppercase options. The bumpy brushes make for a modern font, allowing it to be used on various types of layouts. For example, some designers have taken the HelloListie font and implemented it on t-shirts, letterheads, logos and cards. It looks great on both digital and physical formats, so get creative and start designing. This font comes with a commercial license on the Free Font of the Week page.
We know that many of our readers are always looking for cool new fonts, so grab these while you can and take advantage of them in your own designs. As stated before, bookmark the Free Fonts FontBundles page so that you’re in the loop when they release new freebies. If you have any questions about the listings, or would like to tell us how you plan on using the free fonts, leave us a comment in the section below.