Today, with the way, the design industry is heading, the ‘fonts’ have become the hottest trend – and with thousands and thousands of fonts to choose from, the designers are spoilt for choice.

Every day, fonts are being designed, and one such font is ‘inline fonts’ – they have been ruling the scene recently; these fonts not only give the content a majestic look but they also lend a delicate touch to the content, and add to that, the strokes – it’s simply a masterpiece.

So, without any further ado, let’s take a look at some of the best inline fonts – and yep, they are free to boot too!

Lovelo

Free to use for both personal and commercial projects, this font is a geometric sans serif typeface that comes with two line versions – light version and bold version.

Output

Consisting of uppercase letters, this font will work well in editorial designs such as book cover titles or even when used as eye-catching titles on posters.

Ostrich

This is a sans typeface and it comes in two versions – inline version and light version. It is free to use for both free and commercial projects.

Porter Block

This is an inline font, all right, but it comes in a block version, and hence, the name – this font works best when used to create logos or say, headlines; basically anything, that needs to capture the attention of the viewer at first glance.

Crystal

Consisting of both uppercase and lowercase letters, this font has the appearance of crystallized letters – thus, making this font suitable for design projects that focus on editorial design such as magazine titles, book cover titles, or as even as portfolio titles, to name a few.

Metropolis

This is a beautiful inline font that will work best when used to create logos or as a heading on posters or book cover titles.

Forty second street

Also a bold inline font, this font works best when used as heading on posters, book cover titles, or simply as a logos – it consists of uppercase letters with numbers and a few special characters thrown in.

Intro

An eye-catching font, this font is quite a bold one – free to use for both personal and commercial projects, this font is a must to be used when creating heading of any kind such as logos, or section names on websites such as ‘About Us’, ‘Blog’, ‘Our Services’, to name a few.

Monoton

This font looks like it’s created with lines, and comes as a perfect choice to be used when creating logos or say, heading for any websites that give off a vibe of minimalism.

It’s free to use for both commercial and personal projects and consists of uppercase letters.

Packard Clipper

Consisting of both uppercase and lowercase letters, this font will be the perfect choice when creating titles for book covers, or say, logos for websites that focus on architectural design.

Zebrra

Consisting of both uppercase and lowercase letters, this font can be used as headlines on posters, brochures, portfolio books, and such – it’s free to use for both commercial and personal projects.

Madison Square

Just like the name says, this font – though an inline font – has the appearance of square fonts with a few curves in between. Consisting of uppercase letters, this font will look it’s best when used to create logos or as book cover titles.

Docker

A sans serif typeface, this font falls in the ‘inline font’ category, and comes in four versions – bold font, outline font, inline font, and inline block font.

This font can be used to create logos, book cover titles, or say, product names for packaging on package boxes.

Rex

Also an inline font, this font will suit best when used to create logos for websites that leans towards minimalism in fields such as interior design, editorial design, or say, architectural design.

Night at the opera

This is a thin inline font that will suit best when creating logos – free to use for both commercial and personal projects, this font comes with uppercase letters with numerous other special characters.

Chocolate kids

This is a beautiful inline font that is more suited for websites that focuses on the female audience, and as such, it can be used to create logos or say, section headers.

It consists of both uppercase and lowercase letters with many other special characters and is free to use for both personal and commercial projects.

Gavabon

This inline font looks like it’s drawn by hand and as such, it looks like it’s sketched – consisting of both lowercase and uppercase letters, this font can be used to create logos for websites that focus on hand-made products or even on books for book title names that focus on the same.

Absolute pink

An inline font, this font is beautiful – and as such, can be used for logos for websites that focus on the female audience, plus, it can also be used on posters or say, book cover titles.

It consists of both uppercase and lowercase letters, with special characters such as slashes and curves thrown in.

Birly

It is an inline font, and has the appearance of a block font – it consists of both uppercase and lowercase letters.

It gives off a playful vibe and as such, this font can be used for design projects that focus on children.

Hot dog

Consisting of both uppercase and lowercase letters, this font gives off a playful vibe, and thus, it can be used in design projects that focus on lifestyle or even children.

It is free to use for both commercial and personal projects.

SmartTan Dua

This font looks like it’s created with a broken pen nib, and as such, it consists of two lines that the font is so well known for. Free to use for commercial and personal projects, this font consists of both lowercase and uppercase letters.

Fujitsu

Also an inline font, this font consists of lowercase letters, and can be used to create logos, or say, book cover titles.

This font is created by Andika Studio.

Spinning wheel

A playful font, this font can be a great choice when used to create logos or book cover titles that focus on children – it consists of uppercase letters, and is free to use for both personal and commercial projects.

Fontastic Carved

Consisting of both uppercase and lowercase letters, this font is a perfect choice to be used when creating book cover titles for children or even as logos, which focuses on the same, and as such, this font has a playful touch.

It consists of both lowercase and uppercase letters and is free to use for both uppercase and lowercase letters.

Dreamland

An inline font, this font looks like it’s curved or say, round, but is created by lines – consisting of lowercase letters, this font will be a perfect choice when creating logos or say, headings on posters that focus on music.

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