Free Commercial Use Fonts…YES!

Fonts are an artwork all their own and their designers create them with much anticipation and dedicated, focused work.  It is a shame to see an artist’s work not given the proper credit…always.  When you download the fonts, you will find files inside of the download that may give you history on the art or limitations of use.  Reading these notes, gives you a bigger picture of the thinking of their creator and also their limitations of use.

Here is a really awesome secret for keeping your fonts in order.  I use NexusFont .  It is a safe and free software download that allows you to type a sentence and then view the many different fonts all on one screen.  This makes it a bit easier to find the right type for your project.  The other wonderful thing about this software is that you can go in and create notes on your fonts so that you can see exactly what the license of use is without re-researching its limitations.  I can also see what type font it is, be it open or true type.   Pretty cool.  There are a few different programs like this but NexusFont is my go-to.

The fonts I am sharing today are 100% Free and Commercial Use is allowed with some limitations depending on the creator.   You can find A LOT of Free For Personal Use and half complete Demo fonts but here are complete collections for use in your art designs with only few limitations of use.  I have to say, this is a HUGE gift and should be respected with gratitude!

Here are the links to get them:
Breamcatcher by Typodermic Fonts
Freebooter Script by Apostrophic Labs
Amable by Manu Sanz Designs
Scriptina by Apostrophic Labs
Diehl Deco by Apostrophic Labs

The Script fonts will need an {Object, Path, Join} if you plan on outlining them.
Breamcatcher  and Diehl Deco are all uppercase.
Amable is upper and lower case.
All of these fonts are True Type.
Respect the artist’s license!
Free is still not without license!

Have a great week,
The Merry Makery!