If you want to give a vintage and attractive look to your project or any text then you are at the right place. Today we will discuss the best free typewriter font. Typewriter fonts are mainly used in books and newspapers. The typewriter font can also be seen in official papers.
Though their legibility on screens is generally better at bigger sizes, and are ideal rather for headlines, logotypes, and short texts than the long body text, the results they produce are most of the time amazing.
Today we will discuss some typewriter fonts that you can use for free. There are some fonts that you can use for commercial purposes. So let’s start as usual without delay.
Special Elite Font
Special Elite font is designed by Astigmatic. Special Elite font is a google font. Specific Elite mimics the Smith Corona Distinctive Elite Sort Amount NR6 and Remington Noiseless typewriter products. This font is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. You can use this font free for personal and commercial use.
Courier Prime Font
Courier Prime is a new take on IBM’s Courier which was designed in 1956 by Howard Kettler. Courier Prime is a typewriter font designed by Alan Dague-Greene. It is also a google font. It’s a monospaced family, designed specifically for screenplays. This font is licensed under the Open Font License. You can use this freely in your products & projects – print or digital, commercial or otherwise. However, you can’t sell Courier Prime.
Vattern Typewriter Font
Vattern Typewriter Font is designed by Magique Fonts. It has a vintage look and perfect for logos, printing and branding purposes. With one style available, it is one of the most attractive typewriter font of our list. Vattern Typewriter is also a free font. It is free for personal and commercial use. But you can not sell the font.
Telegraphem is an amazing typewriter font designed by Volker Busse – F25 Digital Typeface Design. Telegraphem has only style which is very much eye-catchy and user-friendly. You can use Telegraphem typewriter font in logos, banner, brochures, poster and every kind of designing purposes. It is a free font. You can use this font for personal and commercial use.
Tippa is a typewriter font designed by Peter Wiegel. It is a user-friendly typeface with one style. This Font is licensed under the SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1. That means you can use this font for personal and commercial use but you can not sell the font. To donate the author Website: www.peter-wiegel.de – E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.