Free Fonts Of The Month: Myndraine, Museo Sans


Every now and again we take a look around, select “fresh” high-quality free fonts and present them to you in a brief overview. The choice is enormous, so the time you need to find them is usually the time you should be investing in your current projects. We search for them and we find them, so you don’t have to.

This month we are glad to present 5 free high-quality fonts and collections of grunge and handwritten fonts. Please read the license agreements carefully — they can change from time to time.

  • Last episode1 features Fertigo Pro and FF Nuvo,
  • You can find over 80 more free fonts in our section Fonts2.

Free Fonts Of The Month

An unfinished, yet very impressive sans serif font, designed by Christopher Miller. The font includes 182 characters. [via4]


Museo Sans6
Jos Buivenga released Museo Sans, a sans-version of his previously released freefont Museo7. Museo Sans is a sturdy, low contrast, geometric, highly legible sans serif typeface very well suited for any display and text use. The OpenType font family offers supports CE languages and even esperanto. Besides ligatures, fractions and proportional/tabular lining and oldstyle figures MUSEO also has a ‘case’ feature for case-sensitive forms.

Museo Sans font family comes in 10 fonts: 5 weights (100 300 500 700 900) with each an italic. 2 fonts are absolutely free (500/500 italic). A registration is required to download the files.



30 Free Grunge Fonts10
An impressive collection of grungy fonts, published by Danny Outlaw. Among listed fonts are Grunge Serifa11 and BB Petie Boy12 presented below. More grunge free fonts13.



10 Handwritten Fonts You Can’t Miss16
A collection of free handwritten fonts, published by Antonio Lupetti. More handwritten free fonts17.


The Fell Types19
A set of free modern revival fonts, with ligatures, swash characters, and ornaments, digitalized by Igino Marini. “The Fell Types took their name from John Fell, a Bishop of Oxford in the seventeenth-century. Not only he created an unique collection of printing types but he started one of the most important adventures in the history of typography.

You will find here a non-exhaustive history and a modern digitalization of some of them. If you want to use it in publications on any kind of media you have to put in the following quote as a note: «The Fell Types are digitally reproduced by Igino Marini.» and let the designer know where you used it. [via20]


A TrueType-font, designed by Manfred Klein and available in 4 weights – light, regular, bold and heavy. [via23]

Image: DerSven.de25

Mailart graphics
This picture font is made up of symbols, images and stamps from the mailart network and Keith Bates’s scrapbook. This font is free for personal use; commercial copyright is retained by artists named in the ReadMe documentation. PC Truetype, Mac TT+PS.



FF Nuvo OT Medium26
This font is still available for free download. Designed by Siegfried Rückel, it’s a contemporary type design with vertical contrast, and especially the characters a, g and y show the calligraphic touch. Suitable for magazine design from headlines to longer texts as well as for advertising, packaging and corporate design. A free download for a limited time. OpenType.



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    Benjamin Moodie

    March 4, 2009 4:54 am

    Love the grunge fonts!

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    how can i download the museo sans font?

  3. 103

    rezland also good

  4. 154

    Can I ask what fonts you are using on the website? Specifically the one that the comments and body text are?



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