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10 free grunge fonts

Take advantage of this compilation of free grunge fonts that you can put to use in your cool designs.

    Grunge fonts are becoming increasingly popular. Instead of shiny, crisp typefaces, many artists and designers are seeking to use an urban, dirty, street style in their designs. With this in mind, we’ve scoured the web to find you 10 top, free grunge fonts available to download now.
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      01. Everyday Ghost

      Everyday Ghost by Andrew Hart

      Everyday Ghost is one of 63 fonts created by typeface designer Andrew Hart. The design, which features smudges and blotchy effects, adds an interesting twist to an otherwise generic serif font. Free for personal use only.

      FORMAT: TTF

      02. Fail

      Fail by Douglas Vitkausk

      This cool typeface does anything but what its name suggests, having been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times since its release. This is one of 129 fonts designed by Douglas Vitkausk, whose work has amassed over 12 million downloads! Free for personal use only.

      FORMAT: TTF

      03. Laundromat 1967

      Laundromat 1967 by Last Soundtrack

      This cool Laundromat 1967 typeface would make a great newspaper-type ransom note design. Developed by designer Gyom Séguin aka Last Soundtrack, this is one of 46 fonts he’s crafted. The full set of this particular type features uppercase letters and numbers. Free for personal use only.

      FORMAT: TTF

      04. Pointy

      Pointy by James Beardmore

      This Pointy typeface by James Beardmore has a sketchbook doodle feel to its design. The font includes a full set of lower and upper case letters and numbers 0-9. Free for personal use only. The full set, which includes european glyphs can be purchased here.

      FORMAT: TTF

      05. Punk Kid

      Punk Kid by Christoper Hansen

      Created by designer Christopher Hansen, this grunge-style Punk Kid font is a popular free download. The full set of capital letters included certain member of the alphabet that are smudged in order to give it an authentic feel. Free for personal use only.

      FORMAT: TTF

      06. Killed DJ

      Killed DJ by Billy Angel. Image © Billy Angel

      Designer Billy Angel based this cool font on the Pump Triline typeface by British designer and typographer Philip Kelly. And this illustration shows just how well the grungy design would work on a gig poster. The set includes a full set of uppercase letters. Free for personal use only.

      FORMAT: TTF

      07. Abusive Pencil

      Abusive Pencil by Scott Ferguson. Image © Scott Ferguson

      Created by designer Scott Ferguson, this Abusive Pencil font is a popular choice among creatives, having been download 1.3 million times since its release. The free version includes a set of uppercase letters and numbers 0-9. Free for personal use only.

      FORMAT: TTF

      08. 1942

      1942 by Johan Holmdahl

      This grungy typewriter-style font was created by designer Johan Holmdahl. The free version includes a full set of upper and lowercase letters, numbers 0-9 and special characters. It also looks to be free for both personal and commercial use, but check at the time of download.

      FORMAT: TTF

      09. Birth of a Hero

      Birth of a Hero by Last Soundtrack

      Another design by Last Soundtrack, this bold, grungy font is perfect suited for gig or event posters. With over 3 million downloads, many have already taken advantage of this design. The free version of this typeface comes complete with upper, lowercase letters and numbers 0-9. Free for personal use only.

      FORMAT: TTF

      10. Heroin 07

      Heroin 07 by Clement Nicolle

      For a dirty street art, grungy design, check out this cool Heroin 07 design by Clément Nicolle aka StereoType. The font is one of 15 designs by Nicolle, which collectively have amassed over 9 million downloads. The free version of this typeface includes a full set of uppercase letters and numbers. Free for personal use only.

      FORMAT: TTF

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