Last Updated on January 4, 2021
The invention of electrical cables and wires changed the world. The word ‘cable’ used to refer to the multiple ropes that were used to anchor ships. With the age of electricity, the term was adopted to mean electric wiring. Today, cable could also mean communications as well as the system of delivery for television programming.
In essence, electrical cables bring to them a sense of the modern world. When people think of wires, they think of cityscapes lit up at night, of huge powerplants generating heat, and of buzzing electrical poles out in open fields. It means progress, power, and modernization.
So if you’re thinking about what to add to your design projects to give them that air of authority and contemporary vibe, look no further than to these wire fonts.
Practical Wire Fonts
2. English Alphabet Minimalistic
Check out this simple and easy-to-read font from ExpressShop that can go well with many modern designs and displays.
3. Twins Font
This abstract typeface from Creativemaker gives an additional degree of customization through editable strokes with the help programs like Adobe Illustrator.
4. KOY Font
Pedro Azedo brings us an uncommon design font where letters are made from a single line – ideal for logos, branding, posters and other big-lettered designs using few words.
For fast, simple, and easy designs without losing that elegant touch, you can count on this DonMarciano product to help you with your projects.
For attention-grabbing headlines, titles, and logos, the flows, twists and turns of this Rich Nicklen typeface will promote a truly elegant and premium look.
8. Rails Display Font
This experimental, outline display typeface of parallel tracks designed by Superfried comes in four styles: display, display solid, broken, and broken solid.
9. English Vector Striped Alphabet
A trendy font from ExpressShop that uses stripes to form letters, making it great for funky or futuristic-themed projects.
10. PLY Font Family
This typeface from Sentavio resembling letters constructed from a single piece of wire comes in three fonts: regular, bold, and stylized.
Whether it’s for a business card or a sci-fi concept, there are endless possibilities when you use this sophisticated display font from Brandspark Mini.
This extra-loud bold halftone typeface from Anna Zakharchenko is what you need to leave a good and lasting impression on your flyers, logos, headlines, packaging, and so much more.
This typeface from Krafti Lab is a call from retro and futuristic designs, which will look good on presentations that can get more out of a technological flair.
14. Lineat Font
15. Circuitra Color Font
For people planning on projects with industrial or technological concepts, this display font inspired by circuit components on electronic objects will enhance that feel a step further.
16. Fiver Fonts Family
This modern decorative font family comes in as the name suggests, five variants: Regular, Alternate, Solid, Inline, and Outline
17. Linear Designer Creative Font
A line-based font that is great for trendy projects such as logos, posters, t-shirt designs, crafts, and other projects aiming for a minimalist but creative concept.
18. FreeLine Font
Sentavio’s stylish typeface has a fashionable yet formal look, making it great for titles, branding, posters, banners, and projects that cater to the fashion, technology, and business sectors.
19. Parallel Lines Font
kaer_shop presents a typeface made with parallel lines from letters, to numbers, and even on punctuation marks.
20. MazeLine Typeface
A labyrinthine display typeface from PutraCetol made of squares shaped from line arrangements that is great for t-shirt prints, logos, product packaging, title headers, and more.
21. Linee Font
Take advantage of this Typoerba product that adds a touch of Science Fiction or Techno theme to your projects, not to mention that it comes in regular and solid fonts.
22. Wire Font Vintage Label Typeface
If you’re after an angular look with your fonts while keeping the vintage appeal, try this Anton Antipov creation with your projects.
Make your designs new and fresh using this stylish and geometric typeface from TypeFaith Fonts that comes in three styles.
AnMark presents a typeface that gives a unique feel to your projects with its very interesting feature: all letters are written over a single line.
Ekloff’s energetic typeface comes in five weights that are sure to crank up the intensity of your projects, promoting a sense of adventurism in whatever is needed out of the visual.