Last Updated on January 4, 2021
Design has the power to evoke all kinds of emotions on a subconscious level. That’s why it’s important to carefully think about the images, color, and font that you want for your project. Posters for instance, are meant to be displayed in public, whether it’s in print or digital. Thus, you need something that’s big, eye-catching, yet still maintains readability.
The choice of color and font can make or break your concept. If you’re making a horror movie poster for example, something dark or edgy should evoke fear. On the other hand, a billboard ad for food needs something simple yet striking.
Looking for the right poster fonts? You’ve come to the right place.
High-Impact Poster Fonts
1. Overdrive – Elite Automotive Typeface
Overdrive is an elegant typeface inspired by Italian racing and automobile industry. This wide typeface is designed for sheer elegance and stylish experience. Overdrive is perfect for creating stunning logotypes, gripping headlines, memorable presentations, and edgy adverts.
2. Pulse – Bold Racing Typeface
Pulse is a racing font that displays boldness, showmanship, and speed. Pulse typeface is versatile and perfect for any design including logos, flyers, posters, headlines, sports, video editing and much more. Possibilities are endless.
3. Wanderlust – Soft Vintage Typeface
Wanderlust is a beautiful vintage soft vintage typeface. Wanderlust is a very versatile font, covering a wide range project types, from wedding invitations, to bold magazine imagery, to branding, poster design and so much more.
Heisman is an all caps font with unique small and large cap characters. The font is ready to be used for your sports related projects. Built to be perfect for headlines, jerseys, logos, branding, posters, packaging, advertising, and much more.
The font is geometrically perfect, which means it’s aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Heisman is fully-kerned and is effortless to use. You can always play around with the spacing, however the typeface looks great when the letters are close to each other.
Tobias Saul’s font features a modern look using straight shapes that will remind you of an early 20th Century aesthetic.
Maulana Creative’s bold sans serif typeface with a strong focus on italics works well with branding, logos, magazines, and many more.
Much like the well-known beast, Ellen Luff attempts to capture the bison’s sturdy and uncompromising appeal using controlled letterforms and modern touches.
8. Fab Display
If you’re looking for a font that takes the appeal of old labels with an added feminist touch, this product from Biro AMDS is what your presentation needs.
This Roman typeface from Rosario Nocera gives your presentation the thrill of lettering found in the horror and thriller genres.
10. Golte Sans Font
With an eccentric and variable design, this display font works best when used at large sizes for headings.
What’s great about this Tugcu Design Co. product is that the font’s lack of curves can give you either a dark, grim aesthetic but can also be used for more lighthearted themes.
12. CS Sandreas Font Family
If you’re after a universal font package that suits any kind of project that needs vintage or retro feels, this Craft Supply Co. typeface has a myriad of effects for you to mix and match.
13. Zuume Font Family
Adam Ladd’s all-caps font present a high-impact, condensed look available in multiple weights and italics.
14. Branche Display Font
TypoBureau Studio presents a sans serif font inspired by classic cigarette typography design from the Sixties, but with a modern, sporty touch.
15. Myona Serif and Elfani Script
Get a luxurious, modern design look that you can mix and match using Unfutur Labs’ font duo.
16. Marons Font
18. Bondie Extrude Font Family
19. Chelsea Olivia Font Duo
Garisman Std. gets you a display font and a script font that comes with not only ligatures, but also premade logos for you to whip up faster, more personalized presentations.
From Sensatype comes a stylish, modern calligraphy font with a casual, chic flair that works stunningly with wedding invites, cards and projects that need elegant touches.
PintassilgoPrints made this hand-drawn, all-caps font based on Italian movie posters from the known movie poster artist Symeoni.
22. Due Credit
Wing’s Art Studio specifically designed for the film and television industry that is great for bold headline titles and small credit blocks – with a few horror-inspired style elements.
23. Film Poster Typeface
24. Gore Typeface
This curve-less display font works great with titles and blends nicely with other sans serif and script fonts.
This sharp and bold display typeface comes in both filled and outline styles that works not only with titles, but also with subtexts.
26. Hitchcut Display Font
If a bold, gritty and unique font is what your project requires, try this product from Itsmesimon that will make your presentation standout using large lettering.
27. Another Danger
Pick this hardcore font from The Branded Quotes that is made with unruly inks to achieve an enigmatic, splattered appeal.
28. Sahar Heavy
29. August Typeface
From Ellen Luff, this san serif display typeface projects a powerful effect without sacrificing style or legibility.
30. Vanguard CF
31. Bernoru Sans Font Family
From grahampeterson, this eye-catching font works great for posters, headlines, and branding with six current widths and more to come.
This Howcolour font focuses on linear, geometric dimensions largely based on mimicking architectural design.