The growing popularity and prominence of street art have finally made graffiti a serious and creative artform. And, this development has made way for a number of graffiti font styles that are available online for creatives to use as typography in their urban artwork. Today, we have collected a list of 10 best examples of graffiti inspired fonts to give the designers the added edge in their work.
Quentin Aquila is the French designer behind this bold and striking graffiti font Bombing. With a rough and uneven edge, the texture of the font is the best fit for casual event.
This big and bold typeface Urban Jungle is created by designer Kevin Christopher of KC Fonts. The eye-catching font is perfect for creating graffiti style posters and flyers. With the city’s skyline and scattered texture, the font carries that bold and beautiful style.
The font Polla is created by Finnish designer Juha Korhonen. It carries a messy brush style which is adorned with smudges and splatters that will bring the text to life. The font is free for personal use but for commercial use it will cost a $20.
This bold cartoon letterform font carries a shattered presence and broken form which gives the font an additional character. With a heavy drop shadow, the font gives the illusion of being elevated from the page. Each letter in this all-caps font is adorned with an arrow for maximum impact.
The name explains the font well. Created by designer Wick van den Belt, A Dripping Marker font is free for personal use. It has both upper and lowercase characters, numbers and also special characters.
Juice is one graffiti-inspired font that has over half a million downloads till date. With its quirky, marker-style design, the font is a popular choice among the free graffiti font users.
This Urban Decay brush stroke font takes its inspiration from Zofos’ love of graffiti, urban exploration, street calligraphy and inner city living. The font is free to download but you are encouraged to pay a donation to the author.
Aerosol is a clean, cartoon style font inspired by graffiti art. The font doesn’t carry that spray can look which you might expect from the name. The font is available in both uppercase and lowercase letters.
The font holds a close visual reference to the title- Please Show Me Love. The font is handwritten scrapbook-inspired free graffiti font. With varied texture and size, the font has a casual and comforting vibe.
This casual looking, hand drawn free graffiti font is designed by Jakob Fischer aka Pizzadude. The font carries a loose, laid back goofy style which holds a similar expression as handmade fonts.
These graffiti inspired fonts are certainly the best way to give your urban artwork an added edge of uniqueness.