District Thin: Free Font Of The Week


We continue to collect most beautiful high quality freefonts, which can be used for both private and professional projects without any restrictions whatsoever. They are hard to find, but the search is definitely worth it.

Over the last 30 days we’ve managed to find few oldies such as famous Geo Sans and Mank Sans by Manfred Klein, but also some newbies such as Jos Buivenga’s Diavlo. You might also be interested in further free fonts1 we’ve presented recently. Before using the font, don’t forget to read the legal agreement carefully. They change from time to time.

District Thin, the thinnest weight from GarageFonts’ District family, by Kienan and Dylan Smith, can be downloaded and used for free. No words are needed – it is enough to just look at the font itself.

Free Font of The Week

District Think can be downloaded here2, for free. [via Typophile FAQ Free3]

Footnotes Link

  1. 1 http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2007/02/24/five-more-freefonts-chucara-preface-colaborate/
  2. 2 http://www.philsfonts.com/freefont.html
  3. 3 http://typophile.com/wiki/FAQ_Free

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  1. 1

    really nice font, thx

  2. 2

    Oooh, that is a nice & clean font. Thanks for that :)

  3. 3

    Yes, nice one! Thank you!

  4. 4

    gentle font

  5. 5

    Thank you so much for these fonts. They are a real treasure.

  6. 6

    Thanks for this Font God blees u.

  7. 7

    great font, it’s exactly what I m looking for! Thanks!

  8. 8

    great font, it’s exactly what I’m looking for! Thanks!

  9. 9

    Thats beautiful. Lovely font and also, exactly the kinda thing im after. Thanks for sharing

  10. 10

    This is truly beautiful. Thanks!

  11. 11

    I like the font. Which common known font is closest to District? And what alternativ could one consider?

  12. 12

    looks like District thin is No longer available


  13. 13

    No more available….Please Do something !!!!

  14. 14

    I got it !
    Here is the new link for ” District Think


    May be they re-design their website & change the old style link but its working.



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