Psst.. did you know, I did a similar post recently about free handwriting fonts!
As part of my art journey I’ve begun to make zines. Zines are self published booklets, or magazines that focus on one small subject, often obscure. I’ve been obsessing over art zines because artists often publish their preliminary work and sketches within their zines or create zines with artwork all around one subject. I love to see peoples obsessions, how they work with them and around them and how they bring them to life. Whilst creating my first zine I spent a long time looking for particular fonts. I decided to write this blog post to help others in case they were also looking for free typewriter fonts.
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If you’d like to read the article but don’t have time right now, why not pin this image to your Pinterest boards, I made it specially to showcase this post and it would mean a lot to me for you to use this!
Free Typewriting Fonts
In my last post about free fonts for your zines, I split the fonts into groups because they had quite distinct styles. For this post though I’ve put them all into one image – you can compare and contrast them here (links below):
And here are the links:
I hope you liked seeing some free typewriter fonts put together for you to easily find one that works for you! Which is your favourite? Have you used one in your own work, or even in your own zine? I’d love to know so please leave a comment xx
Kim Debling is a Hampshire, UK based designer and Director of her own company Kestrel Design Ltd. She is mum to Rose and Harvey and wife to her best friend Steve. She’s fighting off Stage 4 Lymphoma and sharing her story along the way, mainly via YouTube. Kim is passionate about being happy, mental wellbeing and in particular art and creative pursuits as therapy during tough times. She teaches online at Udemy, has published books and has art and printables available for sale.