Last Updated on September 28, 2023
Nature has always been a great muse for creatives and designers. From plant to animal life, there’s no shortage of stunning, wild, untamed beauty to draw inspiration from. If you live in the city, zoos and parks can be the easiest way to get in touch with the natural world. Zoos also provide a way to care for creatures that are endangered in the wild.
Zoos try to replicate the natural habitat of the animals they keep. That’s why you’ll see snakes and insects inside enclosures that imitate ecosystems like that of a rainforest or desert. Penguins and polar bears are also kept in spaces with cold temperatures and lots of water to imitate the environments they’re used to. Birds and small mammals on the other hand, are kept in large aviaries so they have room to explore.
Re-create the same untamed beauty in your works. Use these zoo fonts to bring the natural world from the outside into your designs.
Exciting Zoo Fonts
Batoon is a unique, handcrafted, sharp sans-serif typeface that embodies the rugged beauty of the Rocky Mountains. Its jagged edges and bold lines are like the craggy peaks and rocky trails of the range itself, making it a prime choice for any outdoor, hiking, or camping project. With this font, your designs will be as daring and unforgettable as the great outdoors.
Each letter is crafted with love, giving your designs a real sense of handcrafted authenticity. It’s like each letter is a marker on a trail, leading you through breathtaking vistas and untamed wilderness. Unleash your inner explorer and inspire your audiences with Batoon!
Nestor is a retro inspired display typeface that’s unique, lovable, and quirky. It’s perfect for headlines, advertising, posters, branding, social media, quotes, prints, and much more. If you’re in need of a typeface that has groovy curves with a bold personality, then Nestor is for you.
3. Megalith – Solid Typeface
Megalith is a bold, strong, and sharp display typeface. This font was inspired by giant rocks of the various Arizona deserts. With this font you can easily imitate the look and feel of rocks, stones, concrete, coal, and more.
Thanks to its legibility Megalith looks beautiful large and small. You can use this font for branding, illustrations, headlines, Youtube, billboards, advertising campaigns, nature magazines, social media, packaging, etc.
This great product from Tugcu Design Co. makes great uppercase displays and alternate versions on some letters that can be toggled with Caps Lock.
Available in Regular and Rough styles, this Vultype Co. product is great for branding, logos, digital lettering arts, t-shirt/apparel printing, signs, and other vintage design presentations.
6. Pine Forest
Dikas Studio draws inspiration from outdoor activity in making this display serif typeface that comes in rough and press styles, with extra vectors further accentuate the playful and nature-themed character.
You’re no doubt ready for your projects using this ocean-themed typeface available in Decorative, Black, and Inline versions – plus bonus patterns and clipart elements for more design concepts.
10. Zing Rust
Unleash your creativity using this Fontfabric typeface consisting of 238 fonts based on layer combinations for endless experiments in mixing and matching.
Buckaroo is a handmade font inspired by American Southwest & Mexico. It draws influence from old western-typefaces that still feel functional in a contemporary world. This versatile display font includes a full set of uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters.
Buckaroo is perfect for headlines, logos, badges, signage, packaging, posters, t-shirts, and much more. If you’re looking for a font that will give your projects a friendly/inviting desert vibe, then Buckaroo is for you.
12. Junior Ranger
Wild Giant Studio’s fun and quirky sans serif uppercase font is inspired by the vintage Smokey Bear campaign from the 50’s and 60’s, making it a fun font to use on projects that are great with a touch of the classics.
13. Amazona Font
This namistudio all-caps font evokes the feeling of the jungle and an ethnic flair differentiated in three styles: Regular, Plain, and Inline.
15. Jungle Friends
Junglew Friends is a soft and friendly typeface more ideally suited for the kid’s section of a theme park, so if you have an area dedicated for the younger part of the pride, perhaps Jungle Friends would be a great fit. Works wonders for birthday cards and invitations too.
16. Koara Handmade Font Family
This nature-inspired handmade font family by Rosario Nocera is available in Rough and Wild versions and also comes in light, regular, and bold weights.
17. Roaring Jungle
18. Jungle Land
This Garisman Std. product combines attractive, nature-inspired curves with fresh urban edges that deliver style and appeal in a single project or visual.
20. Jungle Vibes
21. The Animal Kingdom Font
22. Wild Block Font
Go for an uneven, natural look using this typeface from Noe Araujo that is great for branding, craft projects, headers, logos, posters, and any other design that uses big letters with fewer words.
23. Into The Wild Typeface
24. Wild One
25. Zoombold Brush Font
Lettersiro’s multipurpose font is a fusion of vintage and modern elements, which is great in adding an attractive, adventurous, or sporty touch to a multitude of projects.
Da_only_aan made this typeface with kids’ book cover designs as inspiration, which makes a decorative appeal to many craft, print, and digital presentations.
27. Zoonaji Sans
Get two versions of uppercase letters with this rough and exciting typeface from Typia Nesia that is usable with branding, headers, logos, titles, and a slew of other projects.
28. Safari Silhouette Font
Salt and Pepper Designs introduces a new animal-themed font with an all-uppercase style that is great for a myriad of projects where nature gets a bit of a modern sense.
29. Tiger Walk
30. Wild Nature Font
For fun project designs, you can’t go wrong with choosing this Lettersiro typeface that comes in Textured and Clean variants.
31. Zerbra Font Sans
Stripes don’t fail to bring out a wild and adventurous side of brands, headers, logos, and the many projects this Maxim Apperian product can help you achieve.
32. Chimera Tail
Gleb Guralnyk’s vintage, dark font boasts of wide textures and automatically changeable initial and final extended characters, plus a clean version of the font is available for use.
33. Bite Hard Font
This typeface comes in four styles for a greater range of creative freedom: Bite Hard Regular, Bite Hard FX, Bite Hard Base, and Bite Hard Wire.