This font right here is a gem. It’s quite rare to find a well-made font that’s actually free (for personal use, that is. But still), so I really have to share this one. If you want to design a quote or greeting card that needs a hand-lettered feel, Master of Break might be the font you’re looking for.
Contrary to the usual hand-lettered fonts out there, this is not very feminine. But add some girly colours and you’ll get a feminine feel instantly. Use it against a textured black background and you can have a masculine-looking piece. StereoType is the font foundry offering this awesome font, along with other great ones, so it’s worth dropping by their website.
Oh, and you can print the Girl Power artwork above and be reminded to unleash some yourself everyday!
Yep, I’m not into swirls and scripts all the time (though I absolutely adore them). I am also drawn to strong, slab fonts with a bit of testosterone. I’m sharing this font with you today because great fonts come with a great price tag – and this just ain’t one of them. I’m sure you’ve come across Trend? That hipster, layered font that comes in slab and sans serif? Here’s Airbag, its little brother!
It is designed by Simon Stratford and has a completely free version and a great alternative to one of the Trend formats. It’s an all-caps font with a layered look and will work best on your headlines and posters. If you’re into clean, trendy slabs right now, you should download it here. You also have an option to purchase the entire font set for commercial use. For $4.00. I’m serious.
However, if you prefer the whole shebang, you can purchase Trend over at MyFontshere.