Last Updated on July 27, 2022
Adding movement in your designs can spice up an otherwise bland presentation. One, your viewer’s eyes will naturally be drawn to your works. Second, you’ll definitely stand out from your competition. Believe it or not, adding movement is all about keeping it simple.
There are a couple of ways of doing this. One of the most common is using motion lines. This method is popular because it’s the simplest and easiest, anyone can do it. Another technique is using multiple images, similar to the zoetrope. These methods are going to make your works more dynamic and ‘alive’.
Need a quick way to depict motion in your projects? Let these speed fonts show you how it’s done.
Swift Speed Fonts
Klutch is a beautiful racing themed typeface. It’s ideal for sports headlines, editorials, racing posters, esports, branding, website design, advertising and much more. If you’re looking for a beautiful typeface that creates the effect of power and speed, then Klutch is for you.
3. Fast Track
This all-caps font by Build Interactive features subtle motion lines that will provide movement to your logos, book covers, titles, apparel, labels, and more.
4. Zuume Font Family
5. Work Space
From science fiction, adventure, to retro, you will have fun exploring the possibilities using this flexible font from Inumocca_Type.
7. Dash Horizon Sporty
This typeface by Anomali Creatype is the best choice when you’re designing products with gaming, racing, and fighting themes. With 10 BONUS Adobe Photoshop text effects/mock-ups.
Inspired by retro race posters and action comics during the 60s and 70s, Vintage Voyage D.S. introduces this classic typeface with a realistic hand-drawn effect and 5 styles to bring your designs to life.
9. Swipe Race
You can use it for numerous projects like fashion, magazines, logo, branding, photography, invitations, wedding invitation, quotes, blog header, poster, advertisements, postcard, book, websites, etc. This download includes regular and outline versions as well as lowercase letters for each. You can mix and match the outline and regular version to come up with unique designs.
12. Flighter Font
Go into hyperdrive with confidence knowing you’ll excel with these racing-inspired fonts from Rodrigo Typo.
This all-caps modern display font by Anzor Shaov will bring energy and power to your projects.
15. Weekend Warrior
16. Grunge Tire Font
Leave a unique mark on your projects when you use this special grunge font from Just Type It. Now you can create exciting off-road or sports branding materials like logos, posters, apparel, and titles with ease.
Low-key but remarkable, this sans serif by NimaType has a modular techno/digital vibe that will look great when used in titles or body copy.
If you love Harley or Metisse motorcycles, Plymouth race cars, and Marlon Brando movies, then you will love this display font family!
19. Drift Typeface
21. Headline Speed Font
22. VTF Gladius
Whether it’s for headlines or body copy, you can trust on this offering by VarsityType that offers 12 fonts in 5 weights, with oblique and stencil versions.
23. Stooges Races
With influences from 1900s motorcycle posters, this font with extra vector silhouettes from Maghrib will awaken the rider in you.