10 Free Sans Serif Futuristic Fonts Inspired by Geometry

All of us who have watched The Black Panther surely remember the stunning futuristic font from the end credits. A very modern, minimalistic and sleek font that perfectly reflects the mood of Wakanda. Well, if you liked that typeface, you’re going to love the list that follows here.

1. Beyno

Beyno: The Black Panther font

It would be sacrilege to begin the list without mentioning the font that gave us that Wakandian feel. Remember this scene, with “All the Stars” rocking in the background?

“All the stars are closer…all the stars are closer…”

Beyno, designed by Fabian Korn, is a sans serif futuristic font that was, in fact, inspired by the French culture. Surprise! You can read more about the story behind its creation here.

The font is free for both personal and commercial use.

Free download here

2. Lombok

Lombok: The sleek one

Lombok is a futuristic font, designed by Alexandre Pietra, and features sharp angles, broken letters and parallel lines. With its thin look and spacing within the letters, Lombok is sure to give a fresh feel to the design.

The font is free for personal use but you may have to contact Alexandre for permissions to use commercially.

Free download here

3. One Day

One Day: A nice name for a futuristic font

One Day is another fantastic font to use in your projects. Designed by Nawras Moneer, it features sleek letters with small disjoints.

It is free for both personal and commercial use.

Free download here

4. Nordic

Nordic: Inspired by runes, made for the future

Designer Yana Bereziner was inspired by Scandinavian runes to create a font that, when blended with geometric shapes, gave designs a personality boost. And thus Nordic was born. It comes in both TTF and OTF formats, and has 3 weights — light, regular and bold — in each type.

Nordic is free for personal use but you’ll have to purchase it for only $17 for commercial use.

Free download here

5. Parley

Parley: Reminds me Jack Sparrow every time I say this!

Designed by Filipe Rolim, Parley is a geometric font that looks like a cross connection of diagonal lines through individual letters. It’s quite interesting and perfect for use in places that seek attention.

Parley is free for both personal and commercial use.

Free download here

6. Achi

Achi: The fruit of boredom

Designer Shibu PG was bored of creating logos and then Achi happened. It’s his first experimental font. I don’t think we’d be wrong to wish that he gets bored more often.

Achi is free for both personal and commercial use.

Free download here

7. Break

Break: The font that goes by it’s name

So, after all these broken fonts, here’s one that has actually been named after its looks: Break. Simple and to-the-point. Designed by Rajesh Rajput, it is an ultra-slim font with smooth edges and, of course, unconnected letters. It comes in 5 different weights — bold, semibold, regular, light and extralight.

The font is free for both personal and commercial use.

Free download here

8. Blanka

Blanka: Bold and futuristic

Bold, broken, minimalistic and modern. Blanka is a font that is sure to catch the eye. Designed by Emmeran Richard, the font can be used in projects to create a bold look.

Blanka is freely available for both personal and commercial use.

Free download here

9. Metria

Metria: Rigid and full of life

Metria consists of interconnected lines, consistent angles and imperfect circles. In the words of designer Jake Lunde, Metria is inspired by “rigid, geometric forms infused with organic curves to bring the words to life”. Quite some thought in it.

It is free for both personal and commercial use.

Free download here

10. Anurati

Anurati: Broken, minimalistic yet powerful

And among all the broken, incompletely complete fonts, here is one that is very minimalistic, very broken but very powerful to draw your attention. Anurati comes from the creativity of the same designer who gave us Blanka: Emmeran Richard.

This font is also free for both personal and commercial use.

Free download here

Liked what you saw? Then don’t wait. Chalk out your project, download the fonts and get going to create something marvellous!

The list of mind-blowing fonts is quite long! Don’t worry. We’ll be back with more awesomeness pretty soon.

About the author:

Sudeshna Adhikary is a UX researcher at Design Studio. Creativity is her middle name. Exploring, learning, believing in super-human powers, talking and eating are her favourite things to do.

Originally published at design-studio.io on December 7, 2018.

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