Behance is like a cave filled with treasure, beautiful free fonts treasure specifically. I’m constantly impressed by the great fonts exclusively available on there so I decided to highlight some of the nicest ones that I’ve found recently. Some of these are completely free for an entire font family, others have some free weights, but they’re all delightful in their own way.
The Beautiful Free Fonts
Moon by Jack Harvatt
A lovely rounded typeface with some nice spacing. Very modern with a touch of friendliness. Great for minimalist headings in your design.
Pier Sans by Mathieu Desjardins
A great structured typeface, another good option for headers and headlines. I’m particularly fond of the R in this one.
Glamor by Hendrick Rolandez
Curly and glorious, like a fancier Bodoni. Glamor would look great set large as a headline on a page or layout.
Linotte by Joël Carrouché (free weight)
Cute and friendly, Linotte’s line is a rounded sans-serif that would be super cute setting a subheading or as an accent type.
Geomanist by atipo
Bold and modern, Geomanist is easy to read and well set. The entire family features an ultra bold that’s great for really heavy type jobs.
Arca Majora by Alfredo Marco Pradil
Tightly kerned and Arca Majora looks great. Would work very well for accent type jobs.
Voga by Charles Daoud (free weight)
Bold and different, Voga’s unique shapes would look good as an attention-grabbing headline.
Aleo by Alessio Laiso
Aleo is a pleasant, friendly serif with a lot of different features, good amount of readability and a distinctive modern feel.
Rabiola by Raphael Sathler
Serif and classy, Rabiola should be right at home representing a subheading and maybe even body type.
Ailerons by Adilson Gonzales de Oliveira Junior
Tall, thin and ultra modern. Ailerons is the kind of typeface that would be great as a headline on a modern or tech-centric design.