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15+ Superfresh and Free Fonts for you to Download (no.3 2013)


And another post with gorgeous and readable fonts, these relatively new fonts have been published in the past 6 – 8 weeks and are designed to be well suited for web as well for print, in particular for the use in headlines, logo and flyer designs.

Some of these new fonts also come in more styles, so you can easily embed these fonts in your web designs or use them as a corporate typeface. As always, the main priority in selecting these fonts for this collection was the readability, diversity in weights and styles, number of characters or a specific reason to use this font for e.g. headlines or in Poster designs.

Readable text affects how users process the information in the content, you want users to be able to read your content and absorb it easily .. poor readability scares readers away from the content.

Note: Tracking in all these fonts is set to 0.

Every month we try to publish new free high-quality fonts here on the gonzoblog.nl, in case you missed some of these beautiful new fonts, make sure to check these articles too: Fresh and Free Typeface Series. Okay, time to show some oven fresh baked fonts for you to download and add to your font library ..!

Aleo free font (6 Styles – OTF)

Aleo Free Font is a contemporary typeface designed as the slab serif companion to the Lato font by Łukasz Dziedzic. Aleo has semi-rounded details and a sleek structure, giving it a strong personality while still keeping readability high. The family comprises six styles: three weights (light, regular and bold) with corresponding true italics.

Aleo Font

Designed by: Alessio Laiso


Mission Gothic (10 Styles – OTF)

Mission Gothic is a relic; a ghost from an era where letters were hand-painted on wood and glass. Made up of five weights and two styles, Mission Gothic is one of the most expansive type families available from Lost Type Co-op.

Mission Gothic

Designed by: James T. Edmonson


Merriweather Sans (4 Styles – TTF)

Merriweather Sans is a low-contrast semi-condensed sans-serif typeface family designed to be readable at very small sizes. Merriweather Sans is traditional in feeling despite the modern shapes it has adopted for screens. It is a companion to the serif typeface family Merriweather.

Merriweather Sans

Designed by: Eben Sorkin


Butcher (1 Style – TTF)

Introducing Butcher, a new modern serif stencil typeface. Download free for personal use only!

Butcher Font

Designed by: Bayley Design


Roboto Slab (4 Styles – TTF)

Google has released a new serif font, which it’s using in parts of the mobile version of its new notetaking app, Keep – and has made it available for anyone to download and use in their own projects.

Roboto Slab

Designed by: Christian Robertson (?)


Borgia Pro (4 Styles – OTF)

Borgia Pro, a serif font family by FontSite Inc., includes 8 styles from which 4 are free to download: Regular, italic, bold and bold italic. Available in OpenType font format – you need to register for free first to be able to download!

Borgia Pro Font

Designed by: FontSite Inc.


Arsenal (4 Styles – OTF)

Arsenal is a typesetting font, semi grotesque traditional forms, designed by Andriy Shevchenko, born and living in Berdyansk on Ozivschyni. Especially effective for use in business documents. Contrast and construction of letters gives it more expressiveness and softness, and slightly lyrical character

Arsenal Font

Designed by: Andriy Shevchenko


Bellota (4 Styles – OTF)

Based on the font “Snippet” by Gesine Todt, Bellota is an ornamented, low contrast sans-serif. It comes in four variations: regular, italic, bold & bold italic. It has stylistic alternates and ligatures available through opentype features.

Bellota Free Font

Designed by: Pixelate


Linux Biolinum (3 Styles – OTF)

The Biolinum is an organic sans-serif and could be also described as organo-grotesque (non-linear sans serif). Biolinum is designed for emphasis, e.g. of titles. You can also use it for short passages of text. For longer texts a serif font should be used for readability.

Linux Biolinum

Designed by: Philipp Poll


Hapna Mono (1 Style – OTF)

Hapna is a contemporary monospaced serif font with geometric and rational characteristics. It is the first step in the font family development, that will include display and text weights. It’s key features are 241 characters with alternative uppercase K and opentype features.

Hapna Mono Light

Designed by: The Northern Block


Electro Font

This geometric wild child is one not to be messed with, sharp edges and futuristic styling give Electro the attitude needed to leave a lasting impression. The free version of Electro is available, however this is for non-commercial use only. The free version also only includes the basic alphabet, with no language support or punctuation.

Electro Font (Promo)

Designed by: HypeForType


Kreon (3 Styles – TTF)

Kreon targets text typesetting for magazines and news sites. With a slight slab-serif look and the low contrast design, it is a sturdy typeface for your website, blog or online magazine. Its friendly feel will soon be accompanied by a sans serif as well as italics. (Also available as Google Web Font)

Kreon Font

Designed by: Julia Petretta


Ponsi Rounded Slab (1 Style – OTF)

Ponsi Rounded Slab typeface from TypeFaith Fonts has sturdy slab serif variations. Geometric shapes and baseline stroke extensions give Ponsi Rounded it’s own characteristics designs.

Ponsi Rounded Slab

Designed by: Leon Hulst


Langdon Regular (1 Style – OTF)

Introducing Langdon, the new typeface from XLN Telecom. Working in partnership with Steven Bonner – a leading graphic designer, illustrator and typographer based in the UK – we have developed a typeface that is solid, serious and dependable. Langdon is available as a free download and can be used privately and commercially with no restrictions on usage.

Langdon Regular

Designed by: Steven Bonner


Airbag typeface (1 Style – OTF)

Airbag is a trendy display typeface aimed at achieving a stylish, clean, slab look and feel. Airbag only has uppercase letters and numbers (with a few other characters thrown in for good measure). As I said in the intro the font works best at large sizes so its best used for big headlines and posters.

Airbag typeface

Designed by: Simon Stratford


Marvel (4 Styles – TTF)

Marvel is a contemporary and multipurpose sans serif typeface family. It can be used in headlines as well as text settings in websites, books and magazines. It was designed to look sharp, modern and even technical while keeping a unique personality (Also available as Google Web Font)

Marvel Font

Designed by: Carolina Trebol


Biko (1 Style – OTF)

Biko is a geometric sans serif with a strong and yet friendly character. The font is perfect for display, copy text and logos. The name is a tribute to Steve Biko: a South African anti-apartheid activist. Free for personal use only!

Biko Regular

Designed by: Marco Ugolini


Rodondo (1 Style – OTF)

With an art deco influence and designed for today, Rodondo follows rules and guidelines with a balance of sharp points and curves. Designed in Illustrator and built in FontForge. Download it with ‘pay with a tweet’.


Designed by: Olly Wood


Iron Typeface

Last but not least, a very nice Arty-Farty font! Introducing Iron, a new Sans Serif Typeface for you all to download. Mind you, this font is only free for personal use only.

Iron Typeface

Designed by: Bayley Design



Author: Jan Rajtoral

Jan Rajtoral AKA Gonzo the Great is the Founder of and Designer at gonzodesign, providing design services across the full spectrum of Brand Identity, Graphic Design, Print and Advertising Design & Website Design.


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  1. Oh I like the Bellota font a lot! Thanks for sharing.

    • Hi Marianne,

      .. oh yeah, Bellota is a nice typeface! Comes in 4 styles and has some beautiful ligatures included, absolutely a winner! Must admit tho that I haven’t checked Bellota as web font? But glad you liked my lil’ selection of fresh fonts!

      After the redesign of my corporate site I’ll try and publish another article with great and fresh new fonts, so .. stay tuned please! BTW: I totally love how you used Muli for your body text, nice choice (or as we say here: goed gedaan! ;-P)

      Enjoy your weekend, Cheers & Ciao!