It’s no secret that I love fonts. I dedicate a post to them each month as part of my font series, sharing the new fonts that I have found or added to my collection. I often get asked where I find these fonts. I thought I would share with you some of my favorite font sources.
I am like a kid in a candy store when it comes to Creative Market. This site has it all. Fonts, graphics, stock photos, themes….just about anything you can think of. I get a majority of my fonts through them. I find that they are extremely reasonable in price and their selection is amazing. You can opt to follow designers that you admire. Some of my favorite designers are Nicky Laatz, Sweet Type, and Angie Makes.
Sign up for their newsletter on their blog and they will email you with 6 freebies each week.
Design Cuts creates bundles of products at amazing prices. The bundles may have fonts, graphics, vectors, and many other wonderful resources. When I say discount, I mean discount. Design Cuts offers their bundles at usually a 90% discount. Even if you don’t think you will use certain items in a bundle, it makes more sense financially to buy the bundle instead of purchasing 3 or 4 things individually. It’s that good a deal. I shared one of their recent bundles here. Sign up for their newsletter and you will be notified when new bundles are being released.
The Hungry Jpeg
The Hungry Jpeg is similar to Design Cuts in that they offer bundles at an awesome discount as well. One of the things I love most about them is that if you send a tweet about the bundle, you automatically save an additional 10%. Be sure to sign up for their newsletter as well so you can find out when the new bundles are being released. You can see fonts that I purchased through The Hungry Jpeg in this font post.
Font Squirrel has a great selection of free fonts. I also found that they recently started offering bundles as well. I have yet to purchase one of their bundles but I’m sure that will be remedied in the near future.
Font Spring has a great selection of free fonts as well as fonts that you can purchase. They also have a tool that I love called the Font Matcherator. See a font that you like but have no clue what it is? This allows you to upload a photo of a font that you have found and it will try to match the font or provide similar fonts.
Dafont has the largest selection of free fonts. I love that they break their fonts down by categories and even include a wide assortment of dingbats (ornaments or characters).
Are you interested in fonts like I am? Follow my font board on Pinterest where I pin the fonts that have caught my eye.
Follow Anne DuRoss’s board Fonts on Pinterest.
Where do you find fonts to use for your blog graphics and design?