Finding the right font for your website or blog may not seem easy—but with a slew of gorgeous typefaces at your disposal, that task becomes simpler. Below, take a look at 12 different free, attractive, inspiring styles taken from around the Web, along with applications of them in use.
2. Century Gothic: Century Gothic is a clean, rounded typeface with a modern feel. What’s more, it’s praised for using 30 percent less ink than [the] default font Arial in printing. Below, it’s used in bold weight for a book design:
4. Oswald: This clean sans serif style is not only free to download, but it’s also part of the Google Fonts collection, making it supremely accessible. Here’s how Web designer Mihai Balea used it in his portfolio:
8. Abraham Lincoln: With a tagline like “Tall. Skinny. Honest,” it’s not hard to see the appeal of Abraham Lincoln. According to LostType.com, advertisements and playbills from the 1800s inspired this classy serif face, which is used in these book covers.