Choosing fonts for your web design projects can be a time-consuming task because there are thousands of awesome fonts out there that you could use. Whether you’re looking to create a big, bold logo for your online business or working on a poster for an event, our collection of beautiful and inspiring fonts are perfect for use whatever your web project may be.

This article covers a variety of fresh and stunning themes, from vintage to clean and minimalistic. Don’t forget to check the license prior to using any of these fonts commercially and any restrictions on use.

Nomed

nomed

If you’re looking for something completely unique and original, Nomed will be your best bet. It’s the best font to use when creating unique logos and titles that will surely grab everyone’s attention.

TELEFONO

Telefono

TELEFONO is an exceptional font that has loads of added detail to each glyph. It works perfectly well on poster work and logos with the extra detail, making it stand out from the crowd.

Ribbon

Ribbon

Ribbon is a cool font similar to Tetra, but has a more unique look and feel to it. This font looks great in print work and has a unique character.

Paranoid

Panoid

Paranoid is a totally unique and beautifully crafted font that’s best suited for making designs that will surely stand out from the crowd. It’s not the easiest font to read, though, so it’s more ideal for titles than information text.

Accent

Accent

This is yet another unique font that’s thin, sharp and looks great on posters. What’s so good about this font is its use of space within each glyph, making it the perfect choice for poster work where you want an image behind the typography to be present.

Homestead

Home

Homestead is a beautifully designed font that’s perfect for creating all kinds of great designs. The textured element adds to the feel of the font and can be used to your advantage.

Novecento

Novecento

Novecento is a clean and simple font that features a variety of sets from ultra-light to ultra-bold, making it versatile for use on headlines, logos, and more general text. It can also be used on posters for print.

VAL

VAL

This fun and great-looking font is ideal for logos typographic art. However, there are a few things to remember when using it: use all capitals or all lowercase to get the leaning glyphs to look right, and it doesn’t work well at small sizes.

PLSTK

plstk

PLSTK is a completely unique font style with a mechanical approach to each letter, making it stand out from the crowd. The effort that has gone through into each of the glyphs is evident to see, making it an all-time favorite among web designers and website owners who need to create something different.

Absinthe

Absinthe

If you feel the need for a vintage font, Absinthe may just be exactly what you’re looking for. It’s a great vintage font that features a unique set of glyphs that really add to the overall vintage effect.