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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.
Lust Script is a very bold, curvy script. It’s certain to grab your reader’s attention. There are 2 fonts in this family, both of which feel indulgent to read.
Kefa II Pro
Kefa II Pro has 16 fonts in its family. It’s a serif font that features surprising horizontal lines. This angular font is perfect for professional use.
Mrs. Lollipop has 14 fun fonts in its family. This is a flashy font, but it’s easy to read. Characters are separated by a significant amount of space.
Cinta is a sans-serif font with 20 fonts in its family. Characters are structured out of thin, curvy lines. Most forms are traditional, but there are some extra curves that really get your attention.
Grota is a fun font, because all characters are about the same height. The letter ‘i’ is especially captivating, as it has two horizontal lines and a bold dot. There are 12 fonts in this family.
Kiddy Kitty has 11 fonts and is a sans-serif font. Some characters are reminiscent of a script, which makes the font enticing.
This font is a thin, tall script. Some letters are accentuated with extra curls or loops. There are 11 fonts in the Four Seasons family.
Appareo is a family of 9 fonts. All 9 fonts are fun, because they each have a different texture. All of these textures make the font feel authentic.
Le Havre Titling
As the name suggests, this font is ideal for titles. There are 7 fonts in Le Havre Titling, all of which feature tall, angular letters.
The Sketchnote Typeface
This family of 5 fonts emulates notes in a sketchbook. Characters look a little shaky, yet are still legible. This realistic-looking font could be put to great use.
Pasarela is a very clean family of 5 fonts. Characters are drawn with thin lines, which won’t distract the reader.
If you’re trying to find a shape for a label, Authentic Labels may be the font for you. This font has a large selection of labels that you can put your content on.
This font has curves where you least expect it and diamond accents on ‘i’ and ‘j’ characters. This majestic-looking font has 5 fonts in its font family.
Madurai Slab has an astonishing 54 fonts in its family. This means that there is a font for every occasion. This font is a nice blend of curves and straight lines.
This font looks like a fairly standard sans-serif font, however, a close observer will appreciate the subtle details. There are 17 fonts in this family.
Keep in mind that your font should cater more to your viewer’s needs than to your pleasure. Daring, fun fonts are certainly nice to look at but often are not appropriate for large blocks of text.