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Africa as a continent is as vast and as diverse as your imagination can reach. Their colorful culture is expressed in many forms, including arts and crafts, music, language, cuisine, and folklore. Values also play an important role. Visiting one country isn’t enough to give you a good enough view of what’s waiting for you: friendly people, delicious food, lively music, and rich stories.
If you’ve never traveled to Africa, it’s never too late to start. Whether you’re going for business or leisure, try to visit several places if circumstances allow it.
For those who have always dreamed of a safari adventure, Botswana is a great place to begin. Kenya on the other hand, would be fantastic for couples or families who want an idyllic holiday by the beach. Looking for some peace and quiet instead? Head on over to São Tomé e Principe, Africa’s smallest state located at the Gulf of Guinea.
Want to imbue some of the richness of African culture into your designs? You can start with these African fonts.
The Best African Fonts
This is Wordshape’s fusion of Rudolf Koch’s traditional hand-cut display typeface and ligatures inspired by the forms of Herb Lubalin and Tom Carnase’s Avant Garde.
2. Tabu Tribal Font Family
From struvictory.art, TABU is a display font that uses tribal patterns available in Decorative, Black and Symbol versions.
3. Jelani Display Font
Chekart’s Jelani is a unique font based on African motifs that looks more than presentable for logos, posters, branding, and other visual projects.
4. South African
This font from Mans Greback takes on a hand-painted approach that works great for titles, slogans, and other presentations.
If you’re looking for a simple, loud, sturdy and, uncompromising font that balances hard lines and smooth curves, this Ellen Luff font family is just what you need.
LomoHiber’s Afrik takes inspiration from letterforms of the Proto-Saharan Ancient African writing system combined with African language scripts such as Mande and Vai.
8. African Elephant Trunk
This typeface from Dharma type takes inspiration from retro vinyl records during the early and middle 20th Century.
9. Funny African Style
For projects that need a loud message while keeping eye-catching patterns and thick, bold strokes, check this typeface made by Fractal Font Factory.
10. Zumba Tribal Font Family
Express that African flavor in your visual presentations using Katrinelly’s decorative font featuring African-inspired designs and motifs merged with chunky letters.
11. Vector Ethnic Font
From Arterfak Project, check out this display font that pays homage to wooden shapes and tribal ornaments to give your projects focus on traditional themes.
Take you project customizations one step farther using not only a cartoony hand-made font, but also the African dingbat patterns found in DnK Project’s RABSY typeface.
14. African Font
Take on a tribal approach with your projects using this hand-drawn African font plus afro ornaments made possible by this Wittmann product.
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