Last Updated on July 19, 2021
Whether it’s digital design or manufactured goods, size matters. You want to make sure that what you see is what you get. How many times have you seen an ad online only to be disappointed when you finally hold it in your hand? Believe it or not, the same can be said for anything digital.
It can be frustrating to get a photo or a mockup that doesn’t look anything like the sample. As online elements sometimes do get a physical product, changing the scale can change a huge aspect of the result. For instance: a logo that looks awesome on your laptop, may look blurred or pixelated when printed out.
In conclusion, if you want to stand out, size is everything. Want to make sure you make heads turn? Go big. Let these wide fonts show you how it’s done.
Cool Wide Fonts
Ezra is a wide font but with a slight curvature that really highlights the bold look. Features alternates and multilingual support.
Helena is a wide font perfect for industrial, fashion, editorial and corporate needs with it’s 3D drop shadow. Perfect for titles, logos, signs, and more.
Kooka is a wide font with three thicknesses perfect for bringing back that groovy, retro feel. It’s definitely quirky, lots of fun, and truly unique!
Neretto is a bold, wide font that features a slightly distressed look. Features two open type font files with obliques, ligatures, stylistic alts, and a complete glyph set.
6. Tokyo Typeface
Influenced by traditional Japanese Inkan-Seals, this ornamental typeface by Hipfonts will allow you to create designs in Latin characters but with a coveted oriental vibe.
8. Bloke Display Font
This revival of Miller & Richard’s classic metal typeface from Vintage Type Co. is reminiscent of the timeless industrial era that inspired the original.
This all-caps retro offering from MDAVIDWEEKS will take you back to simpler times, yet still employ that fresh, modern vibe.
10. Joyride Extended Typeface
Looking for something simple yet attention-grabbing? Then this variable width sans by Type Juice would be perfect for you.
11. Wide Load
Inspired by the freedom and boldness of the famed Route 66, WDCo brings to you this classic sans that works well by itself, but also looks great when paired with photos or graphics.
This type family by Nicholas Miner consists of two fonts: Regular for more refined designs, and Rough to achieve a more organic feel.
13. NF ULTRA
15. Westkreep Font
Whenever you need extra wide characters, this traditional type from Pedro Alexandre Teixeira will hit all the right notes.
16. Boxen Type Family
Go from bold to light quickly and easily using this wide type family that includes 5 fonts and 2 paper textures.
17. Extendo Font
Don’t be afraid to go bold with this custom sans serif gem by TriLion Digital Goods. Whether you’re working on retro designs or you require something more modern, this set has got you covered for the long haul.
18. Stendo Extended Light
Purchase this light neo retro wide font by Stypeface and you’ll not only get a good deal, you’ll also be helping the Manchitas Daycare for abandoned kids in Ecuador.
19. Farmer’s Co-op
Quaint, little, and hand-painted, you will feel transported to old farmer’s markets in this unique creation by Very Cool Studio.
This slab serif display font by Daniel Nisbet takes inspiration from hardworking mid-19th century typefaces.
21. Robodron Font
22. Turismo CF Modern
Taking its cues from both the 1960s and 1920s, Connary Fagen created this stunning type in 7 weights that will look stunning in automotive, business, or industrial themes.
23. UTC Nomad Font
Union Type Co. brings to you this extended, blocky, display font that’s as big as your ambitions.
This wide sans serif from Alberto Fontense comes in two styles, Regular and Outline, for all your heading and title needs.