Last Updated on January 4, 2021
What usually sticks out in your memory: a color, a shape, or a message? Most of what we like tends to feel familiar. We like straight lines because they look clean, and earth tones because they remind us of earth and nature.
When something deviates from the intimate, it makes us wonder. It makes us do a double-take. Then we ogle, ask questions, and ponder on it for quite a while until it somehow turns into a bit of an obsession. Weirdness is its own beauty – because it is unforgettable.
If you’re looking for something that will tease or fascinate your audiences, then these weird fonts may just have what it takes.
Original, Weird Fonts
1. Coal Soul
This Sharpie marker-drawn font from LomoHiber comes in Filler, Outlined, and Scratched styles – plus a bundle of extras to bring out the crazy side to your projects.
Add a unique personality to your projects using the wavy shapes and soft flow of this Måns Grebäck creation.
3. Lion Card
Abstract designs will surely benefit from the soft shapes of this all-uppercase geometric font from Graphicfresh.
This single-stroke typeface is inspired by abstract/cubism artworks, giving design projects a unique and catchy appeal suitable for musical and artistic themes.
5. Break Thru
6. Kooka Font
A retro-styled font that can jive in with modern type styles is a must-have for a variety of projects – and 31 varieties will make this Creative Media Lab product even more welcome.
7. Zumba Tribal Font Family
Few other typefaces can match the African vibe brought by this Katrinelly product – even better is that you get Regular and Bold fonts, along with symbols for extra touches.
9. Skandinavia Display Font
For projects such as mood boards, logos, titles, headers, and other designs that want a classical look but still in touch with modern times, this Tegh Co. typeface will suit those needs.
10. Jazz Malino
With random lines and curves to go with bouncy looks, this AaType creation is great for a unique twist to titles, displays, invitations, headers, and more.
Davide Bassu combines calligraphy, typography, and graffiti through this display font that will make your designs art forms with self-expression.
12. Tokyo Typeface
This Inspirationfeed product is inspired by traditional Japanese Inkan-seals, which adds an authoritative appeal to your designs – and an Eastern touch to boot!
OUJIOTO®LAB’s creation is a typeface based on Tokyo graffiti lettering that will make your designs sport a unique street vibe while keeping readability.
14. Totally Tubular Font
Make full use of Regular and Outline versions to achieve great effects for your design projects through this hand-drawn retro typeface made by Denise Chandler.
Minimalist abstract paintings get representation through this Jen Wagner Co. typeface, which makes the best impact on logos and branding.
16. Meisterz Typeface
Renaissance Era art meets retro horror comics through this Gumico Studio typeface, which adds a unique spin to many applicable design projects.
17. Rustic Raster
Children or Halloween themes will greatly benefit from the design and extras found on this typeface from Dirtyline Studio.
Layered shapes create the letters in this unique Francis Chouquet creation, which renders itself usable for many classical or vintage projects, as well as children-themed designs.
19. Rugrats Font Duo
Presenting a duo of Serif and Sans fonts, plus bonus badges to further beautify your craft.
Make your designs strong and bold, just like the bull, through this display font made by MoonBandit.
Your design concepts will be loud and free when using this random, colorful display font that will surely grab attention and make your messages read from afar.
22. Sceageus Typeface
The fusion of modern and vintage curves makes this gem from Damelev great for projects that demand a luxurious and glamorous approach.
Cool Fonts takes us back to the cheesiness of 60s cartoons through this 3-styled typeface that can be mixed and matched to generate unique and special effects.
Make your design projects a piece of art with every letter using this colored font by Igor Petrovic, which is no doubt catchy for logo usage and other works that need big lettering.
26. Pandora Typeface
Inspired by album covers and American horror films, this Tugcu Design Co. typeface comes in three fonts from simple to the most ornately-designed style.
Glass sculptures require patience, finesse, and a lot of pulls and curls to pull off an amazing variety of designs – just like this Halfmoon Type creation.
28. Flatface Heft
29. Bronze Font
Kaer Shop’s display font is exudes classic styling with a premium twist – perfect for logos and brands that need a touch of glamour and luxury.
Sensatype’s creation makes use of unique curves that bring out an old-styled theme to a wide range of design projects while making them perfectly readable no matter where they are looked at.
This Norse god has been known to take any form he desired, apart from playing tricks on mortals and gods alike – just like this color font from Olga Otryvanova.
For projects that need to appeal to mind-playing tricks and thoughts, this Dookit Studio font is more than a great candidate for that task.
33. Boring Sans
From Zetafonts, this typeface juggles weight and weirdness to explore and apply a wide variety of effects that will surely catch attention.
The appeal of old magazines and classic videos is brought to a modern setting using this The Branded Quotes typeface made with uneven weights but with a uniform baseline.