Want to add some great fonts to your font library? Then, check out these fonts we are currently loving. Also, make sure you check out the free fonts we are sharing. (Because who doesn't like free fonts?)
Flabbergast by Tyler Finck (Non affiliate link)
"For the better part of 2015 I spent my type design time on Flabbergast, a Didone for headlines with wide language support. After creating all of the design for my game Assumptions using Didot, I felt inspired to create an even higher contrast font, for print and web. I set out only to make one weight (regular) but fell in love with even heavier verticals and added a bold weight. It was released in November of 2015 and the download includes OTF files for the regular and bold weights, as well as webfont kits for each."
"Dashing and expressive, with an overstated x‑height and evocative letterforms. True italics and lots of character. Featured on Typography Served, Argent is both a tribute to the past and a step into the future of typography."
Six weights and italics, plus an extra superbold weight
Ligatures and other OpenType features
Multilingual support for most Latin-alphabet languages
OTF, TTF, EOT, WOFF/WOFF2 formats included
Palm Canyon Drive (Plus Extras!) - RetroSupply Co.
A Monoline Script Inspired by 40's and 50's California. Mid-century California was a magical place. Post-war optimism fueled the popularity of everything from Hollywood to roadside diners.
Palm Canyon Drive is a monoline script inspired by retro matchbook covers, travel postcards, Tikki bars and Hollywood. With a classy yet unpretentious tone, Palm Canyon Drive is as comfortable on a Tikki bar matchbook cover as it is on a Hollywood movie poster.
"Stone Harbour font (Regular + Italic) Stone Harbour is an all uppercase font - the uppercase being the main letters, the lowercase has alternate letters, and then there are 141 EXTRA alternate letters accessible via a glyphs panel for your designing pleasure."