The reign of Verdana and Georgia has ended. Well, like a hundred years ago. Now digital designers have limitless resources to expand their creativity in terms of web design.
One of the rising trends over the last few years is the use of lettering, calligraphic fonts, brush fonts, display, and other kinds of script typography in web design, something that since the extinction of flash wasn’t that common due to technical limitations or good uses of coding and optimization.
In this article we share some of the best free (or reasonably priced) fonts from our personal collection: Calligraphy Fonts, perfect for adding a touch of vintage or street graffiti to your project, or even just to make it more human with a handwritten font.
If you liked our selection of Calligraphy Fonts, add it to your favorite collections. On Awwwards you can follow collections, which are continually added to, to provide you with the most up-to- date inspiration, or you can even create your own. To see how, follow this simple YouTube tutorial and keep your eye out for the new Chrome extension that will be available in the next few weeks.