KINKY is a personal lettering project from French designer (now based in Oslo) Fabrice Bats a 5ive – it’s a nice, chucky straight angled and kinda choppy looking font, great for headlines and such – not body copy (no, it isnt 3D) – “NOTE: It’s not a real type, I mean… not like a Georgia, Helvetica… with great kerning, terrific, good options…This lettering is just thought for graphic element uses. (Not for long text). Yes, it’s not perfect, I know, but I like it anyway. And after some demands I just wanted to convert it in .ttf, to use it more easily instead of using Illustrator, in a “letter by letter” process…” Download Kinky TTF beta2.
SouciSans, from NicksFonts is a nice, refreshingly light fun curly font – perfect for a nice summery weekend day like today. Nick’s Fonts is a modest little foundry dedicated to the preservation of our rich typographic heritage. Most of the foundry’s designs are based on authentic historical sources, gleaned from the massive collections of the Library of Congress. If you’re looking for a font that captures the essence of the Wild West, the Gay Nineties or the Jazz Age, look here first: if it’s not in the catalog, it will be soon. Download SouciSans TTF.
Stencil or Die! from fontourist in Norway – Because street art makes the world a better place. Fontourist salutes all great can heads around our planet. Skateboarding culture being the main influence for this font. Please, GO SPRAY! SOD contains a full international characther set, regular and italic, plus 96 dingbats. If you are looking for a nice sprayed stencil look, this is a great font for you – upper case is the same as lower but adds somewhat digital looking drips to the letters. Download Stencil or Die TTF fonts.
Lilly, from well known free font designer Apostrophic Labs @ Typoasis .. Lilly is an easy on the eyes typeface, somewhere between a fun hand drawn (but not comic sans!) and an easy to read sans serif maybe. “This font was named after Eli Lilly, the founder of the company (also called Eli Lilly) that now makes Prozac. This is the same guy who back in 1923 was behind the release of the first commercial samples of Insulin in the United States. Eli Lilly has now been dead for a while, but the pharmaceutical company still thrives on by merchandising happiness through chemistry.” Download Lilly TTF font.
Bloody Brujah, from way back in 2003 thanks to London Stokes at Londons Letters. Bloody Brujah has a batty halloween feeling, but I felt with all this crazy vampire hype now would be a great time to feature a font like this. If you are making a poster for dracula, or something dark and gothic like that than this would be a super batty choice. Download Bloody Brujah TTF.