In this list, you will find best free hipster fonts, perfectly matching your designing needs.
No one can deny the importance of typography in design. Choosing suitable fonts is the hardest part of any graphic design. Using suitable fonts, one can deliver his message in a more convenient way. No matter what you are doing, whether you are creating a gig poster or designing an album cover for hipsters, a font have the ability to make or break your point. Internet is full of free fonts and many of them are of low-quality that you would never ever use for your professional design. Keeping in view the importance of fonts for our designers, we have gathered a list of 40 free fonts for hipsters.
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Hipster Font: Hand Drawn
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Airplane was inspired by the famous jet era of the 60’s.
Geared is an industrial inspired Condensed Slab Serif in 4 weights (Thin, Regular, Bold, Extrabold). With an extensive character set, Geared could be a versatile addition to your next project.
Coolvetica is a scratch built, sans serif font, based on an American chain store logos circa 1970. This was an era where everyone was modifying Helvetica. Not only for logo designs but even font designers were at it. The Photo Lettering Inc. catalog was loaded with playful helvariations.
Hipster Font: Cylburn
Cylburn is a semi-connected script structurally based on Roundhand but written with a pointed brush and restrained tension that separate it from its traditional roots.
Based on the signage for the Cup and Saucer Luncheonette in New York, Duke features three layers: Fill, Shadow, and Fill+Shadow.
Combustion family consisting of 5 fonts.
Apart from the hand drawn look, it was drawn right out of my head, its nothing like my own handwriting I just thought I would add a few slab bits to make it look more interesting.
Silverfake is a new contemporary slab serif wide free font designed Alexey Frolov a.k.a MRfrukta. He brings us some unique “old style” feeling which is presented in contemporary curves that make the font applicable for both – retro and modern designs.
Bebas Neue: Free Hipster Font
Bebas Neue is new and improved version of Bebas originally released in 2005.
A display typeface that’s both rugged and refined. Inspired by the workmanship, lettering, and baseball jerseys of the 1930’s and 40’s.
Not your traditional modular typeface. Sullivan is a bold display face that comes in three variations. Each can be used effectively on their own or layered for a uniquely modern, industrial effect.
Salt & Foam
Salt and Foam is a unicase font family that represents an incredibly strong and gracious sport and the spectacular enviroment that it would not exist without.
RBNo2 Hipster Font
Fairview is a condensed sans serif, with small cap alternates, inspired by the industrial lettering of the 20th century.
Created from original proofs of a 19th Century American Wood Type alphabet, Aldine Expanded was created and embellished by Javier Viramontes at the University of Texas, Austin.
Fabrica is a deceptively simple sans serif typeface optimized for screen display on handheld devices. With its optimal quality and legibility, Fabrica proves to be highly efficient for small screens. Its details are drawn from the more systematic constructed Neo-Grotesques, giving it a neutral tone of voice. Above all, Fabrica’s beauty is found in its functionality.
Code Pro is a font family inspired by the original Sans Serif fonts like Avant Garde or Futura, but with a modern twist. It is clean, elegant and straight-to-the-point. Code font is applicable for any type of graphic design—web, print, motion graphics, etc.—and perfect for t-shirts and other items like posters and logos.
The first of the Mission Collection, Mission Script is a signage-lovers wet dream. Condensed, casual, sweet, and sincere. A celebration of the brush. Scripts rule.
The font that kicked this whole thing off, originally designed in 24 hours, and now back (new and improved).
Offering has 5 version of the font. Regular, Regular Rounded, Bold, Bold Inline and Bold Inline Alternate.
FRANCHISE is a powerful new display typeface meant to communicate your message quickly and with power. The characters were meticulously drawn to achieve a uniformity without compromising style. Franchise is just as much at home on the front of a doughnut shoppe as it is on the scoreboard at a football stadium.
Infinity free font was created from the simplicity of lines and curves with round corner and cap. The font is applicable for any type of graphic design – print, web, motion graphics, etc.
A condensed uppercase typeface with regular, thin, inline, and bold weights.
A strong yet sensitive slab-serif inspired by letterpress.
Eats holes for breakfast lunch and dinner. Inspired by filling in sans-serif newspaper headlines. Continually updated with coffee and music. Makes your work louder than the next person’s.
Highlands is a charming slab-serif that draws inspiration from National Park posters of old. Versatile in its character, it makes for great headlines.
The main purpose is to provide designers with font, suitable for modification in logos and headlines. Combined wisely, Weston will spice up your design adding the “not-your-usual-font-choice” effect. Inspired by the evergreen Grover & Rockwell, this font would love to find his place in your library.
Inspired by our desire and need to explore. Always searching for the place to call home.
Chunk is an ultra-bold slab serif typeface that is reminiscent of old American Western woodcuts, broadsides, and newspaper headlines. Used mainly for display, the fat block lettering is unreserved yet refined for contemporary use.
What distinguishes the new Intro free font from FontFabric is the strongly expressed geometric makeup and structure.
The basic letters of the Alphabet like “A”, “O” and “H” are built or based on principles of simple geometric forms – triangles, circles and squares.