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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are free fonts okay for commercial use?

    Yes. My free fonts include a commercial use license. You can use my fonts for posters, logos, books, t-shirts, web graphics and more.
  • How do I get these fonts?

    In the catalog, each font has a link to Fontspring where you can purchase the type of license you need. For free fonts, it's the same thing: just add them to your shopping cart. When you're finished, you can check out and download your fonts. You can also use the shop link to see a list of available fonts at Fontspring and other sites.
  • Can I use these fonts on a web site?

    Yes. If you're using my fonts to make graphics, a logo or a banner for a web site, it's allowed. If you need to embed a font on a web site, you need to purchase a web license. Read my page on embedding to learn more.
  • Can I use these fonts in a video?

    Yes. The regular (desktop) license allows you use fonts in a video; unlimited views and no distribution restrictions.
  • Can I use these fonts in apps/games?

    Yes. If you're using the fonts to create a graphic image such as a title screen, the regular (desktop) license allows this. If you need to include the font data in the app/game, you need an app license. Read my page on embedding to learn more.
  • Can I use these fonts in an eBook?

    Yes. The regular (desktop) license allows you to embed the fonts in a PDF. If you're using the fonts to create a graphic image for the cover or for illustrations, the regular (desktop) license allows this. If you need to include the font with your eBook in other formats such as epub, mobi, iBook, azw3, you need an eBook license. Read my page on embedding to learn more.

Featured Fonts

19
JAN
2010

Galderglynn Esquire

Galderglynn Esquire is a bag of assorted 19th Century metal type. Numerals: regular, monospaced, old-style, inferior and...
04
SEP
2008

Raincoat

Raincoat’s secret Victorian heritage is betrayed by its even more secret classic rock heritage. OpenType-savvy...
04
JUL
2013

Built

Built has one job: making solid, compact headlines onscreen. Designed with trust and neutrality in mind, Built’s...
01
MAY
2008

Presicav

Tempo was a popular newspaper typeface in the mid-twentieth century. Problem: mismatched styles. Individually, they were...
25
AUG
2009

Gaz

Gaz is a square, display typeface, influenced by twentieth-century gasoline station signs. Sign painters used to call this...
29
DEC
2010

Restore

Restore is a headline typeface influenced by early twentieth century German sign lettering. The spacing is very tight and...
08
APR
2014

Strange Alphabets

Strange Alphabets is a narrow Arts & Crafts display font inspired by late 1800’s book covers and an early...
18
NOV
2017

Minicomputer

The strange looking numerals at the bottom of bank checks are printed in magnetic ink in a font called MICR E-13B. This...
19
OCT
2012

Gulkave

Although Gulkave resembles a pixel font, it wasn’t constructed on a pixel grid. Emphasis is on readability and visual...
14
DEC
2013

Shookup

Shookup is a curly headliner containing no less than 83% funk. In OpenType savvy applications, letter & numeral...
28
JUN
2012

Acroyear

Acroyear is a non-retro headline screamer inspired by contemporary consumer electronics products.
19
NOV
2009

Zingende

Zingende is a neat, slim Art Deco headliner with razor keen sharps and a crouched waistline. Not only is Zingende...