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If you are a designer, the fonts you use influence the opinions of your viewers. Choosing the right font for a project is essential. Sometimes you want a font that’s easy to read. Other times you want a font that’s more fun or fancy.
However, it doesn’t matter whether you’re a designer or even into typography. New fonts are fun for everyone!
Check out the brilliant new fonts below.
Core Circus is a fun font, one of which has vertical stripes to shade in the characters. The characters in this family can also have a bold shadow that really makes them pop. Core Circus has 20 fonts in its family.
Clavo is a serif font with 20 fonts in its family. It allures readers with subtle details, classical forms, and traditional proportions. This is a very readable font.
Gentona’s key purpose is to be neutral. It was designed for a variety of applications. It’s a sans-serif font that is clean and will not distract the reader. There are 20 fonts in this family.
This font family has 18 fonts. This is a really professional font, but it’s still interesting. Some letters feature unexpected, yet subtle, slants.
Voyage is a vintage, cursive script. There are 3 fonts in this family. The characters are smooth and inviting. There are light and bold options.
Rolling Pen is a gorgeous, light script that emulates an ink pen. This font family has 5 fonts. The thin lines make this font a delight to read.
This is a bold sans-serif font. It’s an ideal font for headers, since all letters are uppercase. There are a variety of styles in this family of 19 fonts.
Aparo is a unique font that features both thin lines and bold characters. The thin lines add detail and really bring out the characters. Aparo is a script.
Zulia Pro is a script that accents some characters with daring curls. This font is based on real calligraphy. This font is sure to cheer anyone up.
Encorpada Classic is a family of 14 fonts. It’s a serif font and has unexpected dots embedded in characters, which really makes them pop.
This is a family of 8 fonts. All letters are uppercase and have an angular feel to them. This would be a great choice for a heading.
Niveau Serif is an untraditional serif font. The lowercase ‘i’ is accentuated with a diamond instead of a standard dot. Though this font is daring, it’s still professional.
This font family contains 3 fonts: distressed, drop shadow, and combined. Kailey force is an enticing script, however, it’s probably most appropriate for recreational use.
Dorica is a family of 14 serif fonts. Although this is a serif font, the letters have a little extra curve to them. This is a fun, professional font.
Naive is ideal for headings, given that all letters are uppercase. Each character features a little curl, which gives it a vintage feel. There are 6 fonts in this family.