Whether you are working on a poster, video or event invite, fonts can make or break a design. So,
this one goes out to all the font lovers out there! With thousands of options to choose from, we’ve gathered the most versatile and popular fonts
to add to your collection. Here’s our selection for the 10 most popular fonts for graphic designers. All items featured here are available with a subscription to Envato Elements. Number 10. Morva by alit_design Beautiful swirl ornaments, in combination with special bracketed serif shapes, give the Morva
Typeface it’s unique character. If you’re designing a logo, wedding invitations or anything fashion related this font is a must-have. Number 9. Rocking Rochoes by swistblnk This is a vintage inspired serif font that has a handmade feel to it, ideal for logotypes and print
design – especially apparel. The file includes 8 bonus hand drawn vectors that will add up to make killer vintage designs. Number 8. SF Kingston by AnthonyJJames This font has a contemporary design with lovely angular details and works best for big titles. The download file includes 6 font weights – ranging from extra light to black – making it one of
the most versatile and complete options on this list. Number 7. Foundry – font pack by micromove Foundry is a stylish handwritten font with beautiful flowing curves and effortless charm. If you’re
going for a laid-back and relaxed look, this font is the way to go. Pair it with traditional sans serif fonts to achieve well balanced designs. Number 6 Morning Wishes by maulanacreative Morning Wishes is destined to be one of your workhorse fonts. A handwritten modern typeface
with long and elegant strokes that works well for headers, signatures, t-shirts, labels…the list goes on. It’s versatility makes it a contender for most projects. An instant classic. If you’re enjoying this countdown, be sure to gives a like so we can keep creating these roundups to help you find the items you need. And don’t forget to subscribe to our channel and turn on notifications to stay up to date with the
latest content. Number 5. The Historia by yipianesia Make any design instantly epic with this phenomenal font. The strong thick letters with grunge-
like strokes will spice up any of your projects. Perfect for urban-style design wherever you want type to be the center of attention! Number 4. FALCO by aarleykaiven Falco is a clean and elegant sans serif font with a vintage vibe. Thanks to its amazing look, it’s
perfect for fashion design, banners and logos. It comes with 4 different styles – normal, in-line, in-line negative and outline – to suit a designer’s
every need. Number 3. Sledge Typeface by MehmetRehaTugcu Sledge is a big bold font family with tight spacing and great readability that excels on posters. The font pack includes a rough textured version that adds a rugged feel to your designs, and
works like a charm on anything with an apocalyptic atmosphere. Number 2. Enyo Slab by antipixel Enyo Slab is a decorative handwritten font that provides an informal look while maintaining
readability. Use it on trendy flat designs and in projects that require a more relaxed and friendly mood. The downloadable file includes 3 different weights making it suitable for both titles and descriptions. Number 1. Dreamscape by aarleykaiven A dreamy sans serif that features thick bold letters is the best option for any sci-fi inspired design.
This font speaks for itself and works really well on its own. Use it on logos, modern poster design, t-shirts, band albums or anything that needs a futuristic look. And there you have it, 10 popular fonts that will earn a spot on your font collection.
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