Designers know well that the font they will pick for their design, whether we’re talking about a logo, a brochure, poster, website or else, will have a huge impact on the way the final product will be perceived by viewers. While a sleek and thin font will take little space and will look elegant, bigger fonts make good headers and will catch your readers’ attention immediately.
I compiled in this article 10 big and badass free fonts that I think may be useful for your next creation.
Bebas is an All Caps typeface developed by Dharma Type. Initially released in 2005, the Neue version is a revision that was published in 2010.
Code is an All Caps typeface developed by Fontfabric. It was released in 2010 and it’s wide and clean.
Days is a display typeface meant for use in large sizes. It was created by Alexey Maslov, Ivan Gladkikh and Alexandr Kalachëv.
Harabara Bold was developed by Andre Harabara. It works well in both lower and upper case.
Molot is a fun and bulky typeface created by Roman Yershov in 2009. It is an All Caps only font.
Nevis is a strong and angular typeface ideal for headings. It looks especially good used in All Caps but it also comes in lowercase. It was created by Ten by twenty.
Novecento Wide was developed by Synthview in 2011. It’s an uppercase-only font family meant to be used for headlines or visual identities.
Ostrich Sans was released in 2011 by the League of Moveable Type, created by Tylet Finck. It works well in headlines. It’s an All-Caps typeface.
Val is another big typeface released by Fontfabric. It’s big, rounded, All-Caps and will do well for one-liners or short headlines.
Lot is a huge typeface with sharp edges released in 2009 by Fontfabric. It’s available in All-Caps only.