Choosing the right font at the right place is half the designing. Today, I’m sharing a collection of decorative fonts.
These fonts look incredible to write company names or any other one liners but not suitable for writing long paragraphs.
These fonts come very handy while designing anything related to print media (such as brochure, business card etc.) and also for designing websites.
I have checked all of the links, and they are working properly.
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And before I forget, I should mention that these fonts are collected from simplythebest.net and to view any of the font’s relevant page, click the respective image. The font descriptions are also taken from the source page.
After Downloading (and extracting, if its a zip file)
Windows XP: Copy the font file (usually TTF file). Open My Computer and navigate to the folder C:\WINDOWS\fonts and paste. Done!
Windows Vista and Windows 7: Right click on the font file (usually TTF file) and click Install. Done!
Now Restart just your computer. Simple, isn’t it..
If you encounter any problem, shoot a comment right away. I’m willing to answer.
An old fashioned font (11th C.) by Rob Anderson. Only CAPS available, the numbers are expressed in the Roman system.
An Asian font by Gary Jessey. a cool karate style decorative font
A round font by Nick Curtis. Only lowercase letters available.
A liquid drippy font by PizzaDude. Only CAPS available.
A 3D font by Brian Kent. Only available in CAPS.
A crazy font with characters in the shape of claws.
A horror font by Chris Hansen.
A fancy font with a star embedded in the letters. Only available in lowercase.
A fancy font by David Rakowski. The letters (only CAPS) are decorated with flowers and vines.
A round font by Rich Gast. Both the outline and the fill are included in the same font.
A retro font with tubular neon sign lettering. The highlights give it a glassy or metallic shine and a bit of three-dimensionality.
A crazy science fiction font.
A stylish font based on the TV show “Charmed.”
An all CAPS texture font by Lime.
A crazy font by David Rakowski. The characters have jagged edges like fire or electricity. Only CAPS available.
A wild crazy font by PizzaDude. Only available in CAPS.
A wild font (CAPS only) with bizarre silhouetted characters in the shape of people, animals, sprites and various sorts of harlequins and demon like creatures. The character outlines are from an old 17th or 18th century source.
A stylish horror font by WolfBainX. Only CAPS available.
A wild font by Marty Bee. Slumgullion is best described as “Zydeco”, which is black influenced Cajun dance music. The letters are like a complete party in one alphabet. Only CAPS available.
A holiday font with little hearts embedded in the letters. Useful font for Saint Valentine’s Day.
A funky font inspired by a popular fairy tale.