Sites like Font Squirrel and Space Fonts have some good type faces, but every time I see an effective logo it always has this stellar font that fits the image perfectly. I'm wondering 'where is everyone getting these jaw-dropping fonts?'for cheap or practically free? I don't feel like paying 200$ for a font. That's basically what I charge for logos. Where exactly can I find great fonts?

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    Typically if you want something for free, it's not the best quality. And high-quality logos often involve editing letterforms and a bit more than merely choosing a font. – Scott Jan 12 '19 at 6:31
  • If you are using Adobe's recent Creative Cloud software, there's a large collection of quality fonts from Typekit that are included in with your plan. – Billy Kerr Jan 13 '19 at 10:02

MyFonts sells all the pro expensive stuff, but if you use the advanced search you can get plenty of good quality fonts in the 5-10$ range, try it out.


There are some sites with relative good quality free fonts included in these answers:

Google Font for the Caviar Dreams font

Open Source alternatives to FF Tisa fonts

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