Last Updated on January 12, 2021
Gothic influences usually refer to architecture, art, and sculptures that were popular during the Middle Ages in Europe. Nowadays, the term ‘gothic’ typically refers to anything that’s dark, mysterious, or edgy.
The word itself though, was coined by Italian writer, Giorgio Vasari. He said that buildings from the Middle Ages are ‘gothic’, meaning ‘uncivilized’ like the ancient Goths. This is due to the rather rough makings of the architecture, so unlike that of the ones built during the Renaissance period.
Just because something is Gothic doesn’t mean it has to be dark or depressing. Today, modern designers have re-created the style to make it look fun, fresh, and even professional. Just check out these Gothic fonts as an example and see for yourself.
Edgy Gothic Fonts
For those looking for a textured and aged look, look no further than this product of Emyself Design. Achieve a degree of flexibility in presenting projects with this package’s Regular, Outline, and Textured variants.
Hello Mart introduces a neo-Goth typeface fused with Art Nouveau features for a classic or vintage look with a tinge of excitement. Pairing this with black or white backgrounds helps you achieve different effects.
3. Yerington Typeface
This modern and elegant blackletter font comes in Plain and Outline styles, making it perfect for a variety of projects. Multi-language character support enables you to work on a wider range of design concepts.
Modern meets classic through this gem from 24Design Studios. Whether used for vintage or contemporary themes, this typeface certainly won’t go out of style.
5. Hand of Doom
Add one more selection to your Gothic design concepts using this Richi Mx creation. It works great with logos, headers, titles, and quotes that get more out of a classical appeal.
6. ED Celandine Typeface
What happens when you take a blackletter font and add minimalist and modern lettering features? You get this product, which is great for projects whether it be for books, or for social media feeds.
7. Fullerton Next
This is a remake of the Fullerton typeface. Now, you can get your projects a classic look while not feeling out-of-place with more modern typography.
8. Pueblo Blackletter
Millieangelo brings us a modern take on classic Gothic lettering. This typeface comes in four styles: Regular, Rough, Outlined, and Rough Outlined.
9. Osgard Pro
Take the fluid curves of Romanesque typography and the Gothic style of Blackletter. This Anthony James creation brings a sense of history and fantasy to your design projects.
10. Venice Gothic
Millieangelo’s monoline font in Gothic style. Choose between a Regular version and a soft-edged and roughened Print version to make your projects look badass.
11. Luxus Gothic
Perfume labels, wine labels, and other forms of branding will be shown in style thanks to this Drew Melton typeface. Also, add a special touch to your concepts using the 50 flourish glyphs included in this package.
12. Carol Gothic
This traditional blackletter typeface is close to Linotype’s Old English. ParaType’s product is great for designs that need a unique 19th Century touch.
Richie Mx’s designer font is available in both uppercase and lowercase sets. This is perfect for a variety of projects that would like a vintage style that never falls short on uniqueness.
A fraktur-styled typeface with a 35-degree angled nib. Works that need a theme taken from medieval lettering will get the full benefit from this we are colt design.
Long serifs and off axis curves make this typeface from New Tropical Design a choice for stylish results. It comes in Regular and Bold, which can be used for almost any project applicable.
A bold and beautiful Gothic font from Creative Media Lab. This typeface is perfect for clothing, brands, logos, headers, titles, and many other display projects.
18. KARSON Blackletter
Whether it’s a vintage-themed concept or a design work along the lines of street culture, this Karat Design typeface is a great choice. This comes in 4 fonts: Clean, Lines, Textured, and Line Textured.
19. Pentacle Font
This Design Surplus typeface comes in Gothic and Sans Serif that go well together when used. Unleash the eerie and horror side of your design concept using the 130+ icons that come with this package.
Clothing labels, tattoos, brands, logos, and many other designs will possess an eye-catching Gothic touch using this Creative Media Lab typeface. This product contains Regular, Rough, Sliced, and Outline fonts, plus extra ornaments for further customization options.