Last Updated on January 4, 2021
Fire, and the heat it generates, is both good and bad. On one hand, things like the sun, a fireplace, or a candle not only keep us warm, but also light our days. On the other hand, come too close and they will burn you.
While most people look forward to the summer because they can finally visit the beach, some don’t because the heat can be unbearable. Then again, you should be thankful you’re not in Death Valley, California or the shrublands of Queensland, Australia, where temperatures can be excruciating.
Not all hot things cause sunburn. Hot peppers and spices make our food more satisfying for instance. Hot wings and tamales are favorites all over the world – as long as you don’t use the Carolina Reaper, which is the hottest pepper known to man.
A fan of all things hot and fierce? Why not add some spice to your works with these amazing flame fonts.
Burning Flame Fonts
Essque Productions presents a font with a unique appeal taking elements from Arabic design with smoke, spikes and, thorns. Add a dark, mysterious, and exotic appeal to your projects using this product.
This font from Borges Lettering is a redesign of a work of veteran sign painter Brian Grant, with added elements taken from other sign painting masters. With over 160 alternatives and 10 ornaments, you can definitely complete the effect you’re looking for.
3. The Northwest
NEWFLIX.bro captures the essence of Wild West culture and combines it with modern typography to produce this font. This all-caps sans serif is available in rounded and textured versions with varying strengths to achieve the desired effect.
4. Bonfire Typeface
5. Kansas City Font Family
Take advantage of this hand-drawn font from Millieangelo that is versatile in taking on whatever projects needed. This package comes with five styles, each with numbers and alternates for maximum flexibility.
6. Ed’s Market Collection
This work of Laura Worthington is a hand-made gem that brings to mind the inviting vibe of classic 20th Century grocery posters. This package contains three scripts and up to twice the number of styles.
7. Blaza Display Font
From Projectile, this display typeface is made with the physics of heat and light refraction as inspiration. This uppercase font works best for displays that need longer text without the crowded look.
8. Freezer Burn Font Combo
Bringing the appeal of comic book sound effects texts is made possible using this product from Serkworks Art Labs. Whether you want to dial up the heat in your projects or make them frosty, this typeface will get that job done.
Looking for a fiery, flaming font that brings the attention to your visuals? Check out this all-caps font made by herulogo.
From Vozzy Vintage Fonts, this typeface comes in regular and aged styles. Set your texts on fire and give your presentations a unique look without losing readability.
11. Fire Display Font
Your visual works will tell people what’s hot and cooking when letters are styled using this font. Available in flaming sets of uppercase and lowercase letters.