12 free typefaces for your graphic presentations

A roundup of a dozen typographical styles, along with how they might be used privately or commercially.

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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.

1. Nevis: This strong and angular sans serif look is popular among designers. Here’s an example of Nevis in a space-themed poster:

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:

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