Ukraine-Inspired Free Graphics – SVG EPS JPEG & PNG

To celebrate the good in this world and show support to Ukraine, I have another free graphics for you to download for any personal and commercial use. It's a small artistic work in a vast ocean of the Internet, but sometimes you have to follow your heart and keep fighting the battles with what you have at the moment. My weapon of choice is graphic design. 

Free Script Fonts With Multiple Glyph Styles – Part 3

A few years ago, I started a series of posts about free fonts with glyphs. I've always been in awe of those lovely extras hidden in many fonts that can elevate any design in a flash. With this being a little fun project of mine with no client deadlines, I was excited to explore away all the new fonts to find the ones that have decorative alternatives for letters, numbers, and special symbols.

This project evolved and branched out quite unexpectedly from an introductory post on how to access and use glyphs to articles about the script fonts with glyphs for commercial use.

Of course, I could never stop searching for perfection, so here comes another list of script fonts with glyphs for commercial use. With thousands of fonts available online, I have yet to find my perfect typefaces.

 

GLYPHS

These fonts come with dozens of beautiful alternatives – glyphs. The best way to access them is to use the software that supports OpenType features, such as Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop.

If you need to brush up on how to access and use glyphs, check this out: Font Tips: How to Easily Access and Use Glyphs

 

OTF vs TTF 

If you have both files inside the font folder, the OpenType (.otf) font is your go-to file to install. OTF files are the ones to contain custom ornate alternatives unlike their TTF counterparts. Swashy variations of standard letters, custom ligatures, special characters, and other lovely extras are all hidden treasures in OpenType fonts.


FONT LICENSING

All these lovely fonts can be downloaded at no cost if you have an active subscription to Creative Fabrica. While these fonts are free to use for commercial and non-commercial purposes, there are still some restrictions under the commercial license you have to be familiar with – re-selling or sharing the digital font file for one. 

If using the font on the web, make sure it's allowed and there's no monthly pageview limit on a website you are adding the font to. It’s very important you take a careful look at the license file on the download page before installing and using the font. 

However, in most cases, if you're an Etsy enthusiast with an active subscription to Creative Fabrica, selling those customized mugs or t-shirts, you should be in good shape to use any of these fonts for your projects.  

Let me finish off by saying it's not a sponsored post. I just like their extensive free font collection and the commercial license that comes with it.

Free Fonts With Glyphs

 

Free Script Fonts With Multiple Glyph Styles for Commercial Use – Part 3: 

  1. Wonderland: Ernesthuge
  2. Advantage: Arnitta Callina
  3. Signature: Lost Treasure
  4. With Love: Cleopatra
  5. Blossom: The Winter


DISCLAIMER At the time of publishing, all these fonts are free for commercial use. But the licensing terms are subject to change at any time. This post should not be taken as permission from the copyright owner to use any of these fonts for commercial use. Always read carefully the license file on the download page. The acceptable uses under the commercial license vary depending on a foundry or font shop. It is strictly your own responsibility to make sure that the chosen font is fully licensed for its intended use. If any doubts, please contact the online font shop directly.   

 
For more information on the free script fonts with glyphs, see the following posts:

Free Script Fonts With Multiple Glyph Styles 

New Free Script Fonts With Multiple Glyph Styles – Part 2

Free Modern Script Fonts With Stylish Glyphs For Commercial Use 


Accessing Glyphs and Hidden Characters in Photoshop





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