Last Updated on September 10, 2021
The symbolism behind bones and skulls has been around for centuries. Although seeing them is sort of creepy because it reminds us of our mortality, it’s also quite fascinating to know that they remain long after we are gone. In biology and medicine, our bones play an important role. Without them, nothing would support our bodies.
Nowadays, bones can represent a number of things. For example: broken bones are scary as they can convey threat or danger. In psychology, they could mean weakness as well. Skeletons signify secrets, as in the old idiom, ‘skeleton in the closet’. In Tarot however, drawing the death card (with the skeleton drawing) is a positive sign as it signifies change, renewal, and life cycle.
Don’t let a bag of bones frighten you. Instead, use them, like these bone fonts, to make your designs stand out.
Eerie Bone Fonts
I don’t think you’ll ever see a creepy bone fonts collection like Backbone anywhere else! Letters, numbers, dingbats, and over 300 glyphs, alternates, and ligatures makes this a collection you’ll want to bury in your backyard!
Looking for a creepy bone fonts collection for your next macabre design project? Look no further than this 3D font style that features bones in a modern color or SVG opentype font style!
3. Spooky Bones
A cute but creepy bone fonts set that features PNG and vector add ons to make any halloween project stand out from the rest!
4. Gentleman’s Poison Font
Inspired by Victorian times, Design Surplus proudly presents this 2-font pack that’s 100 percent hand-drawn. Includes 14 bonus Victorian vectors (spider, rat, bird, cobwebs, bones etc.) in Ai and PSD.
5. Dead Skull
Halloween doesn’t have to be all jumps and scares. With this bone look-a-like font from Dm Studio, All Hallows’ Eve can be fun, colorful, and merry!
6. Skeleton Font
Take your Halloween celebrations to the next level with this font and graphics pack from Nadezda Gudeleva. Aside from a special typeface, you also get cards, icons, and seamless patterns.
7. Bone Master
This multilingual font from Attype comes in 2 styles (Regular and Display) for your trick or treating needs. Use it on your posters, cards, flyers, or even apparel.
8. Scary Skelly
Dixie Type Co. proudly brings to you this decorative Halloween font that will surely give you goosebumps! The best part – it looks cool even when used outside of the spooky holiday season.
With influences from various animated cartoons, these cute vector letters from Denis Gorelkin looks adorable and minimalist. It’s ideal for shirts, invitations, labels, signs, posters, and anything that needs a low-key Halloween theme.
10. Black Shepherd
The Day of the Dead never looked so cool until this bones font by Katya. You get upper and lowercase characters, as well as support for international and Cyrillic characters.
11. Bones Typeface
This handcrafted typeface by Vozzy Vintage Fonts will literally make your project look like a pile of bones. Except that it’s cooler, scarier, and more original.
Don’t get your fingers in a twist! This illustrative handmade font of bones by JUNNXY features 3 practical styles (Regular, Light, and Bold) to choose from.