Whether on a logo, a poster or a brochure, typography is a wonderful, flexible design tool to change how people feel when reading your content. So here are some of the best free to use double and multi line fonts out there. You can see the complete list below.
Road is a free to download typeface with retro style; designed by Patrick Seymour ; an art director and typographer.
Plento is a space-look display font that is arranged neatly and geometrically. Plenty is very useful for logotype, headlines, apparel, album art and more of your creative mind ever desired!
Alt Retro Typeface is a free 5 weight typeface.
Paralines is a free font with a retrofuturistic vibe to it. Inspiration for this came from both modern day fonts and retro design in the past.
A font inspired by the industrial movement of the 1920’s. Metropolis 1920 comes from the industrial movement of the 1920’s where skyscrapers where born. Using a double line technique, the designer wanted to create his own Art Deco style font that represented this era. The result is a bold, bumptious typeface with a stolidly calm disposition.
Lines is the new font of FGD made by Marcelo Reis Melo, a super classy modern font with English Swedish and German character. Avaiable in OTF, TTF and Webfont. I hope you appreciate this project and make awesome stuff with these characters, please share if you like it.
GEOM is a free vector display type inspired in basic geometric forms and grids. Free to use personal and commercial work. Designed by Danilo Gusmão Silveira.
Quartz 974 is a typology of font inspired by simple and geometric lines as triangle. It is very suitable for titles, logos, posters, that’s why it is composed by only capital letters and numbers.
Bend is a contemporary ribbon type family. Unlike most typefaces of that genre Bend is a sans serif. It is the top view angle and the characteristic stripes that create an elegant illusion of volume. A prominent feature of Bend is the ascending baseline. Simply rotating the text element by 14 degrees reveals the 3D effect and Bend’s full potential. Bend comes in two widths and with three different layers for chromatic results. As a display typeface Bend likes to be set in big sizes and short sentences.
Razor takes you back to Miami in the 1980’s. Think of pink flamengo’s, the stainless steel DeLorean and synthesizer tunes. The thin multi-lined characters work well when printed in somewhat bigger sizes.
Lovelo Inline was made with lots of love. Originally it was developed for the bike manufacturer Velo Arch.
Metria is a geometric display typeface based on consistent angles and an imperfect circle. It’s a very versatile display font inspired by rigid, geometric forms infused with organic curves to bring the words to life.
Cheque is a free display font by Fontfabric. It started as a student project but then grew to its full potential, becoming the gorgeous font that is now. The font is based on geometric shapes and has a very classy vintage look. Cheque looks best when used for headlines or compositions. Regular and Black fonts are both free for personal and commercial use. Designed by Mirela Belova, Fontfabric.
Potra is a futuristic display font with rounded lines designed by Alejo Bergmann. It contains all caps letters, numerals and symbols. This font perfectly suited for a variety display purposes including logotypes, badges and labels, headlines and banners, prints and much more.
SRFM Neon is a free uppercase-only font inspired to neon light shapes. Designed and released by Srfm.
Zero is a sans-serif display typographic system. This font is geometric and grid-based, the same grid is used to design all the glyphs, “W” and “M” apart. It’s suitable for titles, posters and also logos. Available for commercial use. Oh yeah it’s free!
Pirou is an experimental outline typeface inspired by Didot. The font contains more than 300 characters including uppercase, lowercase, numbers, symbols, ligatures and accents. Pirou is designed for large title such as logo, headline, poster.
Mad Squire is a free geometric and experimental sans serif typeface inspired by double parallel lines. Mad Squire was made as a personal project and so it is completely free for both personal and commercial use.
NY Bricks is a free strong display typeface, inspired by street style. Ideal for posters, headlines, branding and typography artworks. The font contains all caps letters, numbers, punctuation and multilingual characters. NY Bricks is free for personal and commercial use. Designed by Mariano Diez. Cyrillic set by Denis Ignatov.
Kielo is a free uppercase headline font with large set of glyphs.