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 an app?

    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, 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

27
OCT
1997

Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home is a sentimental, saccharine cross-stitch font.
02
FEB
2000

Unispace

Unispace is monospaced for all your monospaced font needs. Proportional spacing be damned: monospacing is what all the cool...
07
SEP
1999

Coolvetica

Coolvetica is a scratch-built, sans-serif typeface, inspired by 1970’s American logo designs. This was an era where...
19
NOV
2009

Zingende

Zingende is a narrow Art Deco font family with 6 weights and 1 solid, counterless style.