Finding the perfect fonts to use in your designs is no trivial task. Pick the wrong one, and no amount of sugar-coating can save your project later on. That’s why we hand-picked these 10 beautiful all caps fonts that will work with any type of headings or titles.
Mohave was created by graphic designer Gumpita Rahayu from Indonesia. “Mohave is all caps display typefaces, built with smooth height and dynamic glyph,” Gumpita says on Behance. “Mohave Typefaces is good for display type such as headlines, poster, title, etc.”
Sparque was created by Matt Hull, a graphic designer from Surrey, UK. “Sparque is an uppercase font based upon a set of sparques bought at a jumble sale,” he comments. “Used in an unconventional way, they were rolled with ink and stamped to give an inverted outline effect. Lots of imperfections for a grunge effect.”
3. Barn Door
Barn Door is a handmade font created by a 17-year-old Norwegian graphic designer Jørgen Grotdal. Read our interview with Jorgen, where we talk about how he promotes his fonts and why he has a huge passion for a good-looking piece of wood.
Maxime Bodereau is the designer behind Brooke. Based in Paris, artists labels his creation as North American Native Font. Brooke was created as a graphic identity for the city of Sherbrooke, Canada.
“Timber is a fully hand-drawn typeface, inspired by the slab serif font families, but with vintage touch to it,” says type designer Mark van Leeuwen on Behance.
Bandoengsche is a font by graphic designer Gumpita Rahayu. He says that “this typeface is adapted from the finest Art Deco landmarks and signage in Bandung, and strongly added native elements of traditional Art Deco style.”
Sampler is available from Thrift and Thistle, a graphic design studio from UK. “The Sampler Font is based upon an original needlework sampler pattern, which has been redrawn and developed into a font,” says type designer Matt Hull. “The original Needlework pattern dated from the 1870’s which featured only a few uppercase letters. From this a full font was developed into a vintage victorian inspired headline font.”
Razor was created by graphic designer Jeff Schreiber. Based in Netherlands, he comments on Behance: “Razor is a display typeface inspired by the eighties. The thin multi lined characters get the best result when it’s used in bigger sizes.”
Created by designer Tiffany Willett, in the words of the creator, “eloise is a super fun all caps font, created with pen and hand dipped ink.”
Timo Kuilder is the designer from Netherlands behind Iceberg font. He explains on Behance: “Iceberg really has two faces. Slippery slopes with either a straight 90 degree angle or a smooth rounded variation. Iceberg is a thin decorative and condensed typeface that works well at display sizes.”
Over to you
What do you think about this collection? Do you have any fonts that you love to use for headings and titles? Let me know in the comments section below.