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Graffiti as an art form has taken on a unique urban vibe as the art form has of late made a welcome revival in cities across the globe. With that, there has been a revolution in the creation of Graffiti fonts that are now being widely used in cartoons, advertising, and on the web. Graffiti fonts are unique in that they are eye-catching, colorful, and easily able to capture the attention of readers. Once used on urban walls to make political and social statements, their acceptance has grown into other mediums too because of their striking creativity and sort of provocative looks. These design traits have found takers in the advertising media, where people are increasingly adopting it to get their messages across.
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Our first font ever! This nice hand style font was designed by Meas, a graffiti artist and hand style master from Indonesia. You know that many graffiti fonts aren’t designed by real graffiti artists and you can feel it, but this one is 100% the real deal. Free for personal use.
From the stable of the French typeface designer, ImageX, this graffiti font has some nice shading and a cartoony feel to it. The font is free for personal use and is downloadable in TTF format. Commercial usage licenses are also available from ImageX.
Created by Michel LUN, this is a nice decorative font, and is one of the top-rated fonts in the Graffiti world. The looks which appear like a jam-packed set of capital letters and numbers also have a nice assortment of characters and embellished symbols.
Perhaps one of the best, this one is a must-have for the true connoisseur of graffiti. With an appearance like that of a hand-made brush stroke, this font gives the true feel of street art. The font is available for free, but donations are welcome.
This is a font designed in an all-caps style by designer Maelle Keita. The font has two distinct sets. One of them has the looks of dripping paint while the other comes without that effect. Both sets are available for download free.
The feel of the modern world of tagging, simplistic in its looks, but with rough strokes and blotches that look as if they were natural, this is perhaps one that’s rich in its theme. The font was created by hand and hence the natural looks. Available for download as freeware.
This font, again from the stable of ImageX, has the rough look of spray-painted characters. In addition, there are some fantastic smaller case letters added for emphasis. The splatter and strokes effects give this font that finer edge.
Ideal for graffiti tags, created by graphic designer Andy Panchenko, this font gives an authentic, scrubby look to your graphics.
The typeface is striking in its looks and has been created by French designer Quentin Aquila. Get an authentic graffiti feel when you use this typeface for your work.
Bold and gorgeous, this typeface created by Kevin Christopher of KC Fonts is ideal for creating graffiti-type posters and flyers. Use these to make your designs stand out from the crowd.
Created by Petar Acanski, these are bold and quirky. Inspired by the hip-hop culture, use of this typeface will give a feeling of the street style to your work. With a wide variation and clear, legible letters, this is the first choice for many.
You could say that these look a little disjointed, but the all-caps typeface which has been inspired by various London graffiti artists, does offer some fabulous character sets.
It is wacky and gives a real dirty feel with the letters. Created using a standard felt tip marker, this sure is on user’s favorite lists.
Lively, the smudges and the splatters bring your works to life. Created by Finnish designer Juha Korhonen, this typeface is wonderful and has a messy brush font look.
Created by Juha Korhonen, the typeface exudes energy. Heavyweight and with an all-caps font usage, the crooked and staggered looks give this typeface the edge that would make your works unique.
Delightful will be an understatement perhaps. The big and bouncy fonts provide unlimited fun to whoever uses these typefaces from LazyPoony.
Mans Greback’s stunning typeface design is evident in these distinctive letterforms that give the feel of dripping paint. If you are really after the sick tag fonts, go for this calligraphic font.
Popular designer of eight typefaces, and whose fonts have been downloaded many million times, Jérôme Delage has also created this brilliant graffiti font.
Marker style tag design from web designer Beraka, this simple typeface is one of the many styles developed by the artist and the most popular one to be downloaded.
A spray-painted stencil feels inspired by the works of Bansky, these designs were created by Kevin Christopher. Gives a wonderful graffiti feel to your work.
Created by web designer Jakob Fischer, also well-known for his font designs, this delightful graffiti font set is available in uppercase characters.
This is a delightful classic. The letterforms have cartoony characters and shattered look that gives character to the typeface. The heavy drop shadow effects make them stand out. This is available only in uppercase form.
This font has a psychotic feel. Created by Nate Peikos, the typeface exudes a killer feel as its name indicates. Try out for suitable graffiti works.
Designed by Michael Felch Jr., this typeface is available in both uppercase and lowercase letters and also includes digits and a selection of special characters.
Designed by Magique Fonts, the font characters are slim, and each character is embellished with an arrow that adds to the looks. Available in uppercase and digits only.
This typeface was designed by John Rose and has a bold, thick look. The fonts are available in both uppercase and lowercase letters and the set also comes with a full set of digits and a selection of special characters.
Paint drips, splatters, and botches give you the authentic street feel if you used these designs by designer Christopher Hanson.
Designer Paul Reis created this calligraphy styled typeface. With its sleek looks, this would easily become anyone’s favorite. The typeface was created by Reis from his experiments with doodles.
This typeface has been designed in upper case letters only, but does offer outline and filled formats too. To use the filled set, all you need to do is type out your text in lowercase letters.
Designed by Noah, this interesting design incorporates pictures outside each letter and adds both an authentic feel as well as vivacity to the imagery. Available as a set of uppercase letters and numbers.
This special typeface has been designed to give a condensed, chisel-tip style. The downloads offer a wide character set and the fonts are very easy on the eye, thus making it easy to read while still having that graffiti feel.
A script and graffiti font designed by Soup, this would be a nice addition to your collection of graffiti fonts. The decorative font has one variant on offer.
Designed by Olivier Zitoune, popular for his other work titled Zit Graffiti, the typeface has an eye-catching mix of both capital and lowercase letters as well as digits.
Created by renowned designer Olivier ‘Zitoune’ D, these block fonts are bold and impactful. The set comes in uppercase letters only.
This is a rich offering that has two complete sets. The first one has traditional looks and the second set has a feel of paint dripping from each letter. Bold and beautiful, make a strong statement when using this typeface.
Created by Typodermic Fonts founder, Ray Larabie, the font has a delightfully staggered look. The angular touches add the feel of real graffiti and are a nice addition to your font stable.
Street-style and funky, this typeface from graphic designer Ogeday Koç offers upper, lower and special characters that can be used wisely to give a bold look to your artwork.
The typeface uses the Cyrillic alphabet, but also comes with a complete set of Latin letters. This was designed by Four Plus for the Sprite Graffiti Fest 2014.
Creative and wonderfully innovative, this typeface portrays ice cream using fonts. With an effective depth for each letter, this typeface is something you will surely drool over.
Created by the young Brazilian designer Thiago, this font is inspired by graffiti tagging. The looks are absolutely brilliant.
A wonderful, display typeface, this font from FrontLab Studio is well suited for use in massive posters, as headlines, or even as logos for food stores. The design is inspired by American graffiti and their fast food culture.
They were once the “most wanted” in the eyes of law. Playing on those words, this old-school font is loud but at the same time appeals to the puritan as well as the modern.
Mans Greback has been giving us multiple typefaces that help us provide wonderful, stunning effects in our works. This brilliant graffiti font is one of the many that are available for preview on his website Mawns.
Inspired by the wide popularity of his creation, Ruthless One, Mans Greback created this less stylized, but equally brilliant and popular typeface.
Cartoony in its looks, the designs from Skyhaven, are a must if you want to give a cartoony graffiti feel to your works.
This design is quite detailed and lends a chaotic look. The typeface designed by Chung-Deh Tien is supposed to be an eyesore by the artist’s own admission. One of the greatest typefaces to have.
Widely acclaimed Indonesian designer Ariq Sya brings this set of uppercase fonts and has also numbers included. These fonts are very popular and fonts from this designer have seen over a million downloads.
Designed by DJ Urban Mecha, this unique font family is available in True Type or Open Type format and provides a diverse range of fonts.
Designed by Timo Kuilder, this fancy font has a feel of the old-day vinyl records. Available infill and outline versions, this also includes a full set of capital letters as well as digits.
With over one hundred designs and more than 10 million downloads, this really is juicy. Quirky and with a marker style, these designs from Fontalicious are a must to have in your collection.
Quite popular as evident from over a million downloads that it has already seen, designer Jesse Kuiper has created a wonderful, quirky set that stands out from the crowd.
Clean and takes its inspiration from cartoons, this font is refreshing and has both caps and lowercase offerings. Though it does not employ the can paint aesthetics as would be apparent from its name, the font is brilliant nonetheless.
Creation from Mans Greback who specializes in typography design, this particular style has proved to be very popular. There are also a lot many typefaces available in this style and you can preview or download them from Greback’s site Mawns.
From the stable of Scriptorium Fonts, this typeface was developed by Dave Nalle, who is a game designer and historian. Inspired by the skate-culture graffiti around Austin, this provides wonderfully fresh looks.
From the popular Orlando based typeface designer Joshua M. Smith, these brilliant, block type fonts with some spikes add a touch of the bold to your creations.
Created by Ray Larabie, who is also the president of the Japanese company Typodermic Fonts, the typeface has a wacky, graffiti feel.
Designed by Luis Marques, the smooth round shaped characters that have thin ends and hairpin bends is unique. The looks are fresh, fun-filled, and yet has a little-disorganized feel that adds to the charm of this urban scrawl graffiti inspired typeface.
The three-dimensional looks, the use of vivid colors, and design that’s inspired by old-school graffiti styles, this graffiti font type designed by Mike Wolf is available in a full set of caps as well as digits.
Another three-dimension typeface, this nice drop-font was developed by programmer Xero who has been giving us many refreshing designs since 1997.
Inspired by hip-hop graffiti of the 1990’s, these fascinating typefaces has been created by Stockholm-based creative Johan Waldenström. You could really pack a punch in your work when using this font.
The typeface takes inspiration from handwritten, scrapbook style graffiti, and has been created by designer Andrew Hart, also the author of Dirt 2, a design resources website.
Has the looks of a handmade font. Designed by Jakob Fischer, who is based out of Copenhagen, the style gives a laid-back, loose look to your works.
Designed in upper and lowercase characters, numbers, and a selection of special characters by Wick van den Belt, this is easily one among the best.
Hand drawn looks, this font is creative and inspiring. Unlike its name, there is nothing gross and has been created by Finland-based designer Ritzy, owner of SD Fonts.
A decorative font created in 1998 by Eightface, the designs are rugged and quirky. Available in uppercase letters, digits, and also a selection of special characters.
Created by designer Hannes von Döhren, these simple, but delightful stencil based fonts are available in both True Type and Open Type formats.
The graffiti font created by Endie as far back as 1999 is still widely popular. A little too quirky, these narrow fonts give a cool look and does have that authentic graffiti feel. The set is available in uppercase letters, digits, and a handful of special characters.
Designed by Mauricio Malacay, the charming typeface adds character to your designs. These decorative fonts are beautiful and are available in uppercase and lowercase letters, digits, and a wide array of special characters.
These decorative, graffiti fonts designed by Niels Visser, graphics and type designer from Denmark, are beautifully set. They are simple and have an aesthetic appeal with plenty of white space that allows the audience to focus on the message.
Well known for his grunge type designs, this creation from Eduardo Recife, a designer from Belo Horizonte in Brazil, this typeface is decorative and can be easily used for displays. The font is available only as uppercase letters.
Designed by Bálint Koczman, these fonts have a clean, stencil shaped look and is available in lowercase and uppercase letters. It also has a wide array of special characters as well as digits. Great for posters!
Another classic by Eduardo Recife, the Brazilian designer, this is a grunge font created in 2001. This is also part of his experimental fonts and has been published under the label Misprinted Type. The special drip effects are spectacular.
Decorative fonts from the house of Typomondo are grunge fonts. These have a feel of paint and are great for displays and graffiti. Available in uppercase letters, digits, and some special characters.
With the looks of spraypaint, these stencil shaped fonts are the creation of Typodermic. Grunge styled fonts, these can provide a great feel to your large displays. Available only as uppercase letters, digits, and special characters.
Clean, regular looks with a little-rugged feel, this typeface has been designed by Vic Fieger. With a geometric feel, this can be good for large banners, displays, as well as headings. Available as uppercase letters and digits.
Loud and spectacular, these fonts have been designed by Nyek! They have a clean hand-painted look and a brushed feeling. These font sets are available in uppercase letters, digits, and a selection of special characters.
Silly name, but solid font made by Philatype. Bold letters with chisel effect, just like a clean graffiti tag made with a big bold graffiti marker.
Another great graffiti font made by Philatype. The Philly Sans font is a bold font with a lot of funk, looking like it was handwritten by a skilled graff writer.
The Streamzy font by blankids Studio features some classic NYC style graffiti letters.
Peinture Fraiche means fresh paint in French and this is exactly the feel of this font: freshly painted blockbuster-style graffiti.
The Chicano-style graffiti font was designed by Latomani Otravez. Feels really like the real thing, nicely done!