Last Updated on November 15, 2022
You might be wondering what exactly streetwear is. But if you don’t know, then a quick look at these 22 font packages below will tell you everything. Streetwear fonts are designed to be unpredictable, interesting, and eye catching.
So if you are looking to add a font to your brand/design/project that is eye catching and will help improve business, branding, or overall impact, then look no further than this article right here. You can thank us later!
We begin our list with a super stylish gothic street font. There is a lot to like about Meduza, and we think that you will easily create stunning posters, flyers, media designs, or headings with it. With an OTF version of the file included, and unlimited updates, you have so much to work with moving forward.
2. Karson Blackletter
With 4 separate styles included (Clean, Lines, Textures, and Line Textures) and inspired by street design, Karson is a versatile style of font that is legible, easy to edit on programmes like Adobe Illustrator, and is eye catching too.
3. Maskdown Black Metal Font Vol.1
4. Howards Font Family Extras
Howards Font Family includes 9 fonts that have different styles from each other. This will allow you to mix and match styles and designs to suit your brand. With more than 300 vector illustrations included as well as badges, labels, alternates, and ligatures, you are spoiled for choice.
Grostique is a bold and solemn sans serif font, perfectly suitable for daring projects that need to stand out from the crowd. The thickness of the lettering immediately draws your attention in.
6. SS Hilborn Font Bundle
S&S Hilborn font bundle is made in response to today’s graphic design trend. Inspired by classic labels, vintage packaging, and old sign paintings. The vintage look really is making a comeback, and nothing says vintage like Hilborn and its sleek design.
7. Nectura Blackletter Display Font
8. Gigranche Font Family
An expanded grotesque font, Gigranche is inspired by urban streetwear and is all about showing strength and boldness, hence its thick and bold design.
9. Masifer Sporty Futuristic Fonts
Masifer is a popular font because it offers so much potential. Not only does the font have an unpredictable edge to it, it also has a sporty vibe, so regardless of what your brand happens to be, Masifer will likely fit the mould that you need.
There is a collegial style to this font that we think is very attractive. It is big, bold, and proud… the American way. It looks to set he standard for being a fint that is easy to read, easy to edit, and well capable of catching the readers attention.
11. Katalist Display Font
This eye catching font is perfect for headlines or posters because of its big and bold nature. It can be edited with a host of OpenType features and with more than 300 glyphs included with the package, there are near endless editing possibilities.
12. Sacred Musk Display Font
Sacred Musk is inspired by the psychedelic and we think that is works perfectly in a range of digital and print project or design concepts. It is a great font for achieving an authentic retro aesthetic.
Another sharp serif, this font package is comprehensive in that it comes with ligatures, alternates, punctuation, and upper/lowercase support. Not to mention the range of languages that the font supports too. Everything that you need is here in the one place with Brightfate and we absolutely love it.
Inspired by the hardcore music scene, Shirens is a sharp font that will give an “edge” to even the dullest of print or media projects.
15. Urbanshock Condensed Display Sans
With three stunning style of font (bold, semi-bold, and regular) included in this font package, there is certainly a lot of room to play around with this slick and stylish streetwear font. Bold and brave, this font has everything that you could need to make a project stand out.
16. Matlagih Handcrafted Script Font
A handcrafted cursive script font, Matlagih is sure authentic and will add a professional look to any design or project that you are creating. With a TTF and OTF font included, you have a lot of choice to work with.
17. Nofex Expanded Sans Serif
Nofex is an all caps font that has a very bold body, but still has high contrast. This font looks very modern when paired with contrasting design colors. Ideal for logos, posters, flyer designs, or digital projects too.
18. Hurricane – A Bold Display Typeface
Big, bold, and futuristic, we love Hurricane because it offers a lot of versatility and playfulness. Ideal for branding, for logo work, and for creating a headline that stands out.
19. Zorina Elegant Fashion Typeface
Elegant, minimal, and luxurious, this font is a stunning slimline typeface that we think works perfectly with a host of different design concepts. With upper and lowercase lettering supported, there is near endless possibility in terms of design capability and simple versatility.
20. Mammoth Wide Bold
This font is described as being wide and bold and we feel that is precisely what it is. A wide sans serif that is ready to be used in a range of key contexts and designs, use Mammoth to upscale your brands look, make a poster or flyer look more professional, or add some well needed flair.
21. Fokus Condensed Sans
Fokus was inspired by mid-century print design. The height of this condensed typeface automatically draws attention and can be utilized to create beautiful headlines, logos, quotes, posters, or media/social media headlines or subtext.
22. Pulse Bold Racing Typeface