SVG fonts are a cool addition to the world of fonts that can add new life to a tired design.
Unlimited SVG Font Downloads at Envato Elements
Free fonts are a great option when you're on a tight budget, but unfortunately they often impose licensing restrictions and attribution commitments, and also expose you to the risk of downloading hidden malware from unverified online sites.
In fact, you can download as many SVG fonts as you want, as often as you want, for one flat monthly fee. What's more, that monthly fee also gives you unlimited access to thousands of quality digital assets like graphic templates, photos, business card templates, and much more. Let's dive into some of the best SVG fonts you can find at Elements.
12+ Premium SVG Fonts From Envato Elements
Looking for cool SVG monogram fonts? How about Futuristico SVG Color Font. This awesome display font offers complex and stylish geometric shapes that include gradients and multiple colours in a single SVG font glyph. Guaranteed to catch the eye, this is definitely one for your SVG font library.
Ciera Watercolor SVG Calligraphy Font is a dreamy collection of four SVG fonts, 23 floral illustrations, and six pre-made logos. There are two versions of this gorgeous font: one with watercolour texture included and the other a solid version. This is a great collection for creating monograms, wedding invitations, titles, etc.
Morriles is a beautiful handmade font with a brush style that's also offered in TTF and OTF. Add it to your SVG font library and pull it out when you need realistic handwriting with an artistic feel.
Here's another SVG font example that you need for your library. This 3D SVG color font is all sorts of awesome. Use it when you need SVG monogram fonts or a display font for your next project.
When you need a font that won't put your audience to sleep, try Insomnia. It's made with transparent textures and includes ligatures and alternates, so that you can create your own custom font in SVG. So open up Photoshop or Illustrator and get to work.
How about this fruit loopy SVG color font? It's guaranteed to put a smile on everyone's face, and you can use Photoshop to create a veritable custom font in SVG that will suit your specific needs. This is also a great option if you're looking for an SVG monogram font with a bit of a twist.
When you need a painterly font for greeting cards, invitations, and the like, choose Pastelle SVG Font, with its natural textured feel that'll bring an authentic artistic touch to your projects. The font includes upper and lowercase characters, punctuation, symbols, and numerals. It also includes stylistic alternates and ligatures to make this SVG font uniquely yours.
Bring a hand-painted feel to your signage, labels, and titles with this wonderful bold SVG font collection. It includes four font styles, each featuring realistic and high-quality textures that give them a terrific, authentic feel.
What could be cooler than a font that really captures the essence of spraypaint stencil? Well, that's exactly that Stencil Autobahn SVG Font Bold delivers. This bold display typeface is full of street attitude, and with the included bonus spray-paint drips, you can recreate that attitude in your own projects. The font offers uppercase characters with at least two alternatives for each letter, so you can really make this SVG font your own.
Here's another gorgeous SVG calligraphic font that's an excellent choice when you need an authentic-looking signature for your projects. The font contains both uppercase and lowercase characters, numbers, and punctuation. This elegant font would make a great addition to your SVG font library.
Check out this awesome premium font for your SVG font library. This one offers a wonderful 3D look created by shadows included in each SVG font glyph. The font includes upper and lowercase characters, numbers, punctuation, alternative characters, and multilingual characters. Use this bold SVG font for logos, title, packaging, posters, and more.
Karelle SVG is a beautiful font that uses a painterly technique to create an SVG font that is at once strong and delicate. The font includes upper and lowercase characters, numbers, symbols, and punctuation, as well as several alternates that will help you make this SVG font your own.
We round up our list of premium SVG fonts with this fabulous script font. Using a creamy crayon texture to form flowing letters, Maryatha SVG Calligraphy Font offers upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and punctuation, as well as alternate characters. Add this handwritten font to your SVG font library, and pull it out for special projects like greeting cards, invitations, signatures, and the like.
25+ Best Free SVG Fonts
Now that we've covered some of the awesome SVG fonts available at Envato Elements, let's take a look at those free SVG fonts that we promised to share with you.
This elegant brush font would make a great choice for stationery, invitations, and the like. Or how about using it on social media for posting creative quotes? It has a contemporary design, while also boasting a down-to-earth, hand-drawn vibe.
SVG fonts often make great use of color, and this one is no exception. It works in Adobe CC 2018 and above; older versions show it in monochrome. Changing the color of the segments is easy: just head to the Swatches panel and double-click to start changing them around!
Look at this creative SVG color font, with the different segments overlapping each other. It would be a great choice for a high-impact display font. Note, however, that this font is only free for personal use; you'll need to buy a license if you want to use it in commercial projects. When downloading free fonts online, it's always important to check exactly what's free and what isn't.
This free SVG font may have pencils in the preview image, but as you can see, it's really a brush font. You can feel the texture of paint and the creative flourishes of the brushstrokes in those letters.
Here's a perfect SVG font example. You can see how it uses the different colours to distinguish the letters from each other, even as they are so close that they overlap. Without the multi-colour feature offered by SVG fonts, this would be really tough to read. Instead, it's a great display font for a variety of creative projects.
The main font here is quite a plain sans serif, but it's the little mini-illustrations around each letter that really make it special. Check out the full alphabet to see how it works.
Although this one is described as a "feminine SVG font", it could work for any gender. What it does offer is a beautiful hand-drawn style, with a set of ligatures to make it look even more like natural handwriting. Try it out!
If you're looking for an SVG font that's bold and eye-catching, this is a great option. Look at how the segments of each letter seem to intersect with a subtle 3D effect. BroshK would make a great addition to your SVG font library.
Now let's look at another hand-drawn brush font. Yorkville SVG is a wonderfully creative option for signatures, headlines, logos, and more. If you want to get creative with your typography, try this one out.
Get the party started with this intriguing OpenType SVG font. It's got a retro party vibe, reminiscent of seventies party flyers and posters. Like some of the other fonts in this list, BigParty 02 is free for personal use only.
Again, let's switch things up and look at another font with a hand-painted brush style. If you're looking for a creative brush font or an SVG calligraphy font, this would be a good option. Just look at those realistic brush textures and paint spatters!
Or why not add Agreloyc to your SVG font library? With its bold type and decorative flourishes, it has a strong vintage appeal. You can see it on an old sign or a fantasy book cover, can't you?
Why make an SVG font when there are so many available to download? Throne is free for personal and commercial use, and it will help you create a realistic, textured, hand-painted look in no time at all.
Sortefax is an intriguing mix of vintage and contemporary styling. Check out the use of strong shadows to create a 3D effect. This font just lifts right off the page (or screen!).
Surging comes in both regular OTF and semi-transparent SVG versions. It's a vivacious, handmade brush font that would truly elevate any of your greeting cards, invites, advertisements, etc. Why not take it for a spin!
If you're looking for an SVG font example that is big, bold, and attention-grabbing, why not try Namskow? It's a great multi-colour vector font with clever use of outlining and transparency to create a high-impact display font.
You can see the horror-movie inspiration behind this one, can't you? But think laterally, and you'll be able to use Sinistral for all kinds of different projects. It's available in both SVG and OTF forms.
Wait, is it Christmas again already? No, not yet, but it's never too early to start preparing your holiday cards, flyers, website banners, and more. Mistletoe is the perfect SVG color font to help you spread some of that seasonal good cheer.
The maker of Ivory Heart used real, hand-painted watercolour lettering to create this custom font in SVG format. It looks so realistic that it might smudge at any moment!
Fun fact: Sudegnak means "suddenly" in the Basque language. So says Google Translate anyway, and who are we to argue? This SVG color font comes in blue, orange, red, and green versions, and we recommend downloading it—either suddenly or in your own time.
We're not sure what Shakespeare would make of this one, but it certainly works in a contemporary context. Get that rough, hand-drawn style in an OpenType SVG font that comes with uppercase and lowercase characters as well as numbers, punctuation, etc.
More holiday designs! This free SVG bundle comes with ten different options, each one perfect for Christmas good cheer. Your greeting cards and holiday invites will look extra special this year if you download this awesome collection.
Here's a great SVG font example. The combination of red and blue to make a trippy 3D anaglyph effect is a great way of using the new creative options that SVG fonts open up for font makers. You probably only want to use this one in small doses, but in the right context it could really wow your audience.
Free SVG fonts don't get much better than this. See how the lettering fades in the middle, just as if it had been hand-painted on a shop or cafe window? That's what SVG fonts can do. There's also a "clean" version without the transparency effects if you prefer.
We saw the black version of this font earlier, and now the party continues in bright green! The closer you look at this font, the more subtlety you can see in the design. From the shades of green and the natural leaf-like dots on the letters to the 3D effect, this is definitely one to add to your SVG font library.
Rounding out this list of free SVG fonts, here's one that uses cool gradient colours and comes with a full range of diacritics for multiple languages. This SVG font is bold and full of impact!
Choose Your Favourite SVG Font Today
Well, that's it for the best free SVG fonts available today. There are many terrific free fonts available on the internet, but if you're looking for the very best SVG fonts, we highly recommend Envato Elements.
Elements is a professional and reliable resource for premium fonts, and if you regularly need logos, icons, mockups and other design resources, Elements offers unlimited downloads for one low monthly fee.
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