Typewriter fonts are typically the fonts resembling the printed letters on a classic typewriter, which is used for composing written documents during the time when there are no computers and only typewriters exist. Typewriter fonts often take on a grungy and classic look and are used to create digital art. Courier is probably the best known and at the same time the most overused typewriter font. The American Typewriter designed by Joel Kaden and Tony Stan in 1974 is another well-known typewriter font, which is used by the famous “I Love New York” logo.
Due to the vintage and classic look of typewriter fonts as well as the availability of various styles such as grungy, aged, messy, modern, clean, they can be applied in almost any project. For example, you can use it in projects that require a vintage and classic style like movie posters, post titles, headings, logos, scrapbook pages.
1913 Typewriter designed by Gilles Le Corre is a typical font family of typewriter style. The font aims to imitate those early typescripts that are rough, irregular, eroded and suggestive of famous mythical authors such as Hemingway.
To download free typewriter fonts, you can take a look at our free fonts collection, which offers more than 20,000 fonts in different categories. If you are looking for typewriter fonts that are of high quality (well kerned, broad character support, etc.), have a look at typewriter fonts at myfonts.com. If you don’t want the hassle of downloading and installing fonts, but just need simple designs in typewriter fonts. Check the tool below.
Create text-based logos and images with typewriter fonts
Below is a collection of typewriter fonts. You can use the following tool to generate text images based on your selection of colors, sizes using typewriter fonts in seconds. To download the image, just right-click on the image and save. To embed images on web pages or forums, you can click on the "EMBED" button to get codes.