All the fonts presented on Font Meme could include technical, typographical, or photographic errors. Font Meme does not warrant that any of the materials on its web site are accurate, complete, or current.
In the Fonts in Use section, A font used in the logo of a brand or a movie title, is identified based on its public announcements, Internet resources, user submissions, our knowledge and experience. Thus we do not guarantee the accuracy. If the identified font is a commercial one, we will provide a link for license purchase and also provide a free alternative to that commercial one if available. However, we do not guarantee the accuracy either.
All the fonts presented on Font Meme are their designers’ property, and are either freeware, shareware, demo versions, donationware or public domain/GPL/OFL software.
In the Font Collection section, each font’s license is displayed to the left of the download button. For your reference, below are the license types and the corresponding font usage permissions.
Free : free for both personal and commercial use
Free for personal use : free for personal use only, contact designers for commercial use
Demo : free for personal use, contact designers for commercial use and full version
Donationware : free for personal use, commercial use might require donation
Shareware : free for personal use, contact designers for commercial use
Public Domain, GPL, OFL: free for both personal and commercial use
SIL Open Font License (OFL): free for both personal and commercial use
Unknown : we don’t have information for the license, it might be any of the license type mentioned above
The displayed license tag is just a rough indication. Please look at the readme-files (usually in .txt or .pdf format) included within the downloaded ZIP files for more details about the license, and contact the font designer if in doubt.
To find contact information about the font designer, you can try the two methods below.
1. Find and read the readme-files (usually in .txt or .pdf format) included within the downloaded ZIP files.
2. On each font’s download page, find the section :: Font Info, which lists the license information, designer or foundry name, website, etc.
If the license is not available and you can not contact the designer for some reason, you should not use the font for commercial purposes.
To check out all commercial-use allowed fonts, visit https://fontmeme.com/fonts/free-fonts-collection/
Personal Use & Commercial Use:
Some font designers may have their specific definition of personal use and commercial use scope, but generally,
Personal Use refers to usage that does not generate profit, such as:
Graphic design such as flyers or invitations to friends and family
Making T-shirts for yourself or friends but not selling to them
Prints and graphics for churches, charities, and other non-profit organizations
Commercial Use refers to usage in a business environment, such as:
Business cards, logos, advertising, websites, videos for companies
Making t-shirts, stickers, posters that will be sold for money
Other cases where you will be getting paid
Contact the designer if you are not sure if your usage falls under Personal Use or Commercial Use.
Font Meme itself does not restrict the usage of images generated with its various online tools, whether for commercial use or otherwise.
However, usage of text graphics generated through the Text Generators/Font Preview Tools is subject to and subordinate to the license of each font with which the image was generated. This means if you generate a cool logo for your company (commercial use) with a personal-use-only font, you will need to contact the designer for permission or licensing.
If the license is not available and you can not contact the designer for some reason, you should not use the generated graphics for commercial purposes.
To create text graphics that allow for commercial use, visit https://fontmeme.com/fonts/free-fonts-collection/, select a font and on the following page, click on PREVIEW to start creating.
Thanks to all designers for creating all the fonts and making them freely available to the public!
If you are the owner of a font and you would like your font to be updated for font files, links, etc., or you simply don’t like us to showcase your work, please contact us so that we will have it updated, or removed.