Fonts are dime a dozen on the internet. There is simply just too much to choose from. Majority of them aren't exactly what most designers would call beautiful and the minority of them are usually the hardest to come by. But worry not as we've made another list compiling the best of the best fonts out there. They're beautifully designed and most importantly, affordable. Check them out!
Anke Sans - $10
As the saying goes, less is more. Simplicity is always king when it comes to good design. Part of having a good design is using a font that is simplistic. Herewe have Anke Sans, a beautifully designed sans serif font priced at a very affordable $10. It’s unassuming aesthetic is perfect for designs that require amore straightforward approach if you will, making this a very versatile font touse.
Recorda Type Face - $5
Don’tlet the incredibly cheap price fool you; Recorda’s quality and use goes way beyond the price set by its generous creator. Leaning a bit towards avant-garde design sensibilities, Recorda just screams unique with its hieroglyphic feel and look. Perfect for out of this world minimalist designers.
Tiger Lily - $9
TheTiger Lily type face is both simplistic and unorthodox. Its design is derived from the aesthetics of handicrafts and all things handmade, making it a suitable font for all things simple. Sophisticated and a beauty to look at just like its namesake flower, this font is essential to any budding designer.
Polly Rounded - $5
A geometric pleaser, what Polly Rounded lacks in eccentricities makes up for its unapologetic visual transparency. Simply put, it doesn’t matter how plain it looks. All that matters is how functional and all-around it is. This font is without the bark but packs in a good bite. More often than not, that’s all you need to get the best design.
Beauford - $12
Noother font on this list screams vintage more than Beauford. Priced at an affordable $12, this inventive retro throwback is a dream to use. It surprisingly manages to remain functional and versatile all over while still retaining its visual rhythmic playfulness. Highly recommended for designers looking to make their projects pop!
Oak and Ash - $12
If this design doesn’t remind you of the simpler time of your youth, we don’t know what will. The cartoon-y aesthetic is one of its strongest selling points, making it immensely appealing all across the board. It’s easy on the eyes, easy to design and most importantly, easy on the wallet.
Buron - $8
Buron exudes power. Buron exudes fearlessness. Buron exudes tenacity. With a font like Buron in your creative arsenal, expect your designs to exude the very exact same qualities. It’s a beautiful brute of a font that is definitely a must need.
Haze Typface - $12
Gritty.Edgy. Furious. It’s what the aptly named Haze Typeface is all about. Targeting a specific niche style of graphic design, Haze can be just as versatile as the more formal fonts on this list. Each font is unique as it is described to have been stylized randomly, offering designers a fresh creative approach to their projects. This badass watercolor-esque font is packaged at a reasonable $12.
Monopoly - $9
Offering designers a modernistic take on the age old sans-serif font, Monopoly is strong, robust and polished. Completely versatile and all-around engaging, thisfont should be in every designers arsenal. This monolinear masterpiece is sure to turn those designs into guaranteed head turners.
Waverly CF Art Deco - $10
Described as a font that has an unrestrained style and modernized deconstruction, this font is truly a wonder. It’s visually pays homage to the art deco sensibilities of the 50’s and 60’s. This is a fantastic font to use for designers looking for something bold, bursting and pleasing.