Whether you love to use fun and interesting fonts in your work or simply in everyday use, this must-have list of everything from serifs to scripts and more should be right up your alley. Thanks to the ever-growing foundry of Envato Market, you’ll find fantastic fonts below to suit all of your design needs!
Serifs are wonderful fonts for all of your classy, professional needs. They work fantastically for corporate branding, print media, and an assortment of other font needs. I’m especially fond of serifs for classy logotypes.
This font merges organic forms with the rigidity of a serif. I love it for adding a homemade touch to packaging or print design that needs an organic, home-grown feel.
This font is great for when you need an old-timey typewriter look to your design. I especially like the attention to detail in the inconsistent letterforms that a real typewriter would produce.
This font has two style sets: one with a slight serif and another with dramatic curves. They blend together wonderfully to give your text a classy, bold look.
This vintage-inspired serif is great for logotypes and print design (especially apparel). With a hand-printed alternative style and some bonus vectors, this font gives you everything you need for some killer vintage designs.
What’s a serif collection without some bold slab serif fonts? Qumberland is a bold addition to any designer’s font collection without being as strong as your usual slab serif.
This fashion-inspired serif is a fantastic addition to any font collection focused on creating creative headers or print designs. The mix between thick and thin lines makes for a great set of glyphs for sure.
This serif font has a fun retro feel while maintaining a sophisticated style. With plenty of alternative glyphs, Violina is sure to give your work a unique edge.
Quincy is a beautiful, classy font family featuring multilingual support, italics, and more. When you’re in need of an alternative serif to the usual suspects, having such an elegant font as Quincy in your collection is a sure-fire hit.
Morva comes not only with elegant letterforms but also with fun flourishes in the form of the alternative MORVA Typeface
Goldsmith is an interesting serif for sure. With alternative upper and lowercase characters and carefully handmade letterforms, this font is a great answer to compiling unique typographic imagery for a variety of design jobs.
Script fonts range from handwriting to calligraphic masterpieces. They’re fantastic for creative logotypes, headers, and t-shirt designs. Check out the selection of fonts below for a taste of some of my favorites.
You’ll find this font under the serifs, but it’s a glorious brush-script that I recommend highly for branding, social media content, and more.
I adore this brush script. A bold, flat edge creates each letterform for that hand-painted, brilliantly drawn style that few can create themselves.
The letters of Humble Script dance across any page, screen, or content you create with it. Perfect for marketing materials or logotypes, this script has a fun and fast hand-drawn feel.
Moonface Script is a great answer for sports and ballpark-styled script fonts. Perfect for apparel and other design work, this font features some fantastic swishing shapes within its letterforms.
Big, rounded script fonts are a must for a designer’s collection. Any type lover can appreciate the style options within this open type font.
Dry-brushed fonts are such a great addition to your collection for marketing materials and print design. Akula is a great example of that style.
For a more sophisticated hand-lettered style, Merno Script is the font for you. Logotypes, headings, and more are a quick fix with this elegant script.
I love a good hand-brushed font. A font like this goes wonderfully with watercolor or ink wash textures, allowing users to mimic a truly handmade style.
The letterforms and glyphs in this font are fantastic, but when they’re paired with a texture, they really shine as a ribbon-like font. Perfect for printed media and marketing materials, this font includes fantastic ligatures, alternate styles, and more.
This bold retro font is a great alternative to some of the more common retro-inspired fonts that seem to have appeared on every blog header for the past few years. With 430 glyphs included, this script is the perfect addition to your collection.
Helena is a beautiful and sweet hand-drawn font, perfect for handmade goods, logotypes, and more.
Morning Wishes combines elegance and grace with the hand-drawn font craze. Perfect for blog content, marketing materials, and more.
I love how chunky and rounded these letterforms are in Rissa Typeface. This gorgeous typeface gives a perfect, handmade flourish to whatever your type design needs may be.
This modern calligraphic typeface is great as a clean-cut answer to using hand-drawn type in your design projects. Whether you’re working on branding, print media, or marketing materials, this elegant font is a great answer for keeping your work fresh.
I love Paltrow’s long, graceful letterforms that combine so well with watercolor textures to form a fun and lovely handmade typeface.
Inspired by street art, Burnts Marker Typeface is a gorgeous set of type that never loses the look of its inspiration. It’s a great addition to any designer’s collection and makes for some fantastic content for print and product design work.
I adore the simplicity of the letter forms of Kaiven. This hand-painted typeface fits wonderfully with simpler artwork, especially the painterly look of ink and watercolors.
Often sans-serif fonts are the plainest of all (think Helvetica). They can range from geometric to rounded masterpieces, allowing for information to be communicated with simplicity.
The Naïve Line Sans font family is a beautiful and simplistic sans serif that any designer should welcome into their collection. Whether your project is for print or web, this font will render content easily legible in an elegant manner.
The bold, geometric lines of Zelda make for interesting headers and assorted content. This modern typeface boasts five styles and alternative characters to round out its minimal flavor.
Dubai is a fantastic sans-serif with a thick, chiseled look that’s perfect for poster designs and more.
This pixel-perfect, modern font has a fun, rounded look that makes it perfect for logotypes, poster design, and more.
Lead is a fun, futuristic font. With its partially rounded letterforms and harsh angles, it’s perfect for print or poster designs with a sci-fi feel.
A bold, quite readable font, Porter is perfect for a variety of typographic needs. A font like this works wonderfully in a corporate design setting.
Ascent is a fun twist on the typical sans-serif with a subtle kick to each letterform. With multilingual support, this fontface makes for a great display font.
Raleigh is a fantastic futuristic font that’s perfect for poster designs, logotypes, and more. I especially like it in the context of entertainment media or gaming, though anything with a stencil-inspired twist would benefit from such a fontface.
Woodland is a great, handmade font that is perfect for display purposes and print media alike.
Falco, a fantastic addition to bold display fonts and branding content, really shines where its inline styles are concerned. See below for just one of the ways Falco really makes a mark.
Serenity is aptly named for being a beautiful sans-serif with some gorgeous alternate glyphs included with it.
With thick and thin forms within this font, Kaiju is perfect for sophisticated display font needs as well as a fun art deco style.
A wonderful alternative to the usual suspects for streamlined sans-serifs, Pine has some fun, rounded features while remaining monospaced. It’s a wonderful typeface for branding projects, posters, and more!
A mix of serifs, scripts, and sans-serifs, these fonts are great for display needs and other fun projects. Whether they’re letters made from messy grunge brushes or little shapes, decorative fonts are a fun addition to your collection.
A fun marker drawn font featuring unique uppercase, lowercase, numbers, and more! Perfect for signage, advertising, or whatever else you may want some quick marker-styled lettering for.
A cute hand-drawn font. Includes unique uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and many other glyphs. Perfect for web or print for that hand-made touch!
This classy, vintage-styled font is the perfect addition to your collection for logotypes, apparel designs, and more.
For those times when you need a more obvious futuristic-styled font, Headplane is there for you. I love the look of this font for poster designs and entertainment media.
Vicasso is a fantastic font for logotypes and display purposes. I especially love the unique details that remind me quite a bit of a camera’s aperture blades.
The Brave font family is a fun, futuristic font with rounded edges and minimal details. Often, simplicity can say a lot when it comes to your needs for a font like Brave.
Geometric fonts are a must when it comes to completing your font collection. Equilibrium is fantastic for its minimal design style and square style.
With this font bundle, you get just that: three fantastic fonts ready for packaging, t-shirts, and more! This font bundle may be just a starting point for you and your design needs.
Brawls is a retro-inspired font with unique shapes and fantastic texture. I love this font for branding creative businesses or for use in marketing materials.
True to its name, Sledge is a bold and gritty font with hard edges and a grungy texture. This font is perfect for poster designs and assorted print media.
What’s more decorative than flourishes worked into letterforms? Antique is a wonderfully elegant font that’s quite true to its name. I love this font for its usability with stationery design and as a simple and quick answer for wedding calligraphy.
For a gorgeous calligraphic font, look no further than Nouvele Louisela. With a multitude of glyphs and alternate forms, this font is fantastic for adding a touch of elegance to your design work.
Adele is a gorgeously crafted hand-drawn font face that works wonderfully for marketing materials, stationery, wedding calligraphy, and more. With multiple alternate styles included, you’ll be mimicking handmade styles in no time!
Mermaid is an old-fashioned, Victorian-inspired typeface that’s perfect for print design, stationery, and more. I especially love this font for vintage apparel companies, greeting cards, and more.
A perfect end to my font collection list, Game Over is a great retro-inspired font for all of your 8-bit design needs.
This list of fonts aims to highlight useful and must-have content for graphic designers and font lovers alike. Chances are we’ve missed some Envato Market items that you think would be an excellent asset to any designer’s toolbox. Share those links in the comment section below, and let this list be a jumping-off point for building your ultimate font collection!