Everyone has them, but not all are interested as to why and how important they are. Fingerprints have been tremendously helpful in solving crimes. It’s unthinkable that there was even a time when this knowledge didn’t exist.
But before the police focused on fingerprints, back then, they had the Bertillon system. This was a method of using body proportions, but was discontinued in 1914 when its flaws were exposed. Nowadays, the authorities mainly use fingerprints in court as evidence to convict suspected individuals.
Be proud of your own unique print! But don’t go showing them off to anyone. Instead, use these viable fingerprint fonts to make timeless, bewitching projects anyone can enjoy.
Fascinating Fingerprint Fonts
1. Neon Color Font
Imagine multiple colored neon lights doing a dance when you look at this totally unique offering from Roma Kaer. It’s suitable for labels, nightlife headlines, posters, fashion cards, or anything that needs a bit of brightness.
This all-caps fingerprint-style font comes in colored (Green and Violet) and regular versions to add a groovy vibe to your designs.
3. Sherlock Font Duo
DesignSomething proudly presents this gorgeous decorative display font with plenty of potential. Featuring two versions, Regular and Light, this sans serif can go from fun to restrained in minutes.
4. Thrint Font
Return to your roots in this distinctive stand-out product by Blendient. Ideal for headers, titles, logos, posters, and labels, it makes for an interesting head turner when applied in large sizes.
5. Minutiae Display Font
Add a little zest to your mystery book covers and sci-fi graphic cards when you use this all-caps font from Slim Studio.