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On the whole, graffiti art was conceived as a form of protest, expressed in illegal wall painting. Of course, these acts were quickly included in the category of vandalism as ruining city property is a crime. Nevertheless, it didn’t stop many reckless artists from leaving their marks around: from the classic wall illustrations and inscriptions to tagging in extraordinary spots, sights and heights.
Even if you remove this risky part out of it, graffiti art will still be a thing to get admired by. Monochrome and colored ones, more illustrative and purely typographic — all of them are great! But from the practical point of view, quick-written letters are easier to reproduce in a digital form, that’s why nowadays we have an abundance of them! Scripts, block lettering, display fonts, and all made in graffiti art style. Which ones do you prefer?
Our Team’s Top Pick
Bomb the wall with your masterpiece! Just like Mozart did with his music, you’ll do with this graffiti font named after the rebellious composer. Bozart will suit perfectly for hip-hop themed projects, extreme sport segmented magazines, posters, movie titles, music posters, YouTube covers and thumbnails, social media page covers, and so on. You’ll have the full character set at your disposal, along with numbers and punctuation.
Street Urban Graffiti Font
Bouncy jumping letters fit kids-oriented designs, there can be more to them if the alphabet contains a graffiti font vibe. Meet Street Urban font, inspired by marker-style letters with a fun theme, suitable for posters, hip-hop music flyers, children’s books, cartoons, comics and any related designs.
Luser is a graffiti font inspired by modern street art, hip-hop music and underground culture. It’s made of quick relaxed strokes for an intensified rebellious look and powerful vibe. It will be a great pick to highlight your themed designs, like sportswear, various prints, skateboard design, cap embroidery and more. Luser is an all-caps font, and it also contains numerals and punctuation characters.
Dirtysick typeface’s design is affected by graffiti tags left all over the city sights. To create the beautiful combination, just mix the uppercase and lowercase, then add some alternative glyphs coming in the pack. You also get a bonus ornament here in vector format and Real texture (PNG).
The Overcook | Graffiti Font
Messy and rough marker scribbles of the graffiti style font have the peculiar traits of classic street art that show freedom and are filled with unique characters. Numerals, punctuation marks, and ligatures are included, to supply any idea with the required means no matter the cause. You can use The Overcook graffiti font for streetwear and sportswear branding, skateboard designs, stickers, coffee shop identity and anywhere else where you seek to show your rebellious spirit.
Zigatos — Strong Graffiti Font
This font was designed so that users can use it more efficiently and make bold urban designs in no time. Zigatos is very suitable for use in various media such as packaging, logos, labels, posters, shirt designs, typography, and anything, lacking the rebellious touch. Achieve a badass and kind of alien look with bold paint letters!
Zlatoust Chaos | Graffiti Font
This graffiti font has an amusing name, and so is the spirit of this type! Zlatoust Chaos is a free-style graffiti font that has the characteristics of street art, demonstrating freedom through the diversity of its unique characters. If you’re tired of seeing the same inscription look, try playing with the outlines, sizes and pair it with massive sans serif typefaces for a change.
Street Power | Graffiti Font
Don’t neglect the product’s preview images, as they usually serve as an excellent way of getting inspired by the chosen product and carry out truly beautiful and sleek designs. As it happened with Street Power graffiti font, demonstrating curious coloring options in the presentation shots. There is a powerful street spirit in its lowercase and uppercase letters, enriched by retro vibes — a surprisingly good combination!
Demon Say Hi — Rebel Graffiti Typeface
Nourished by the rough street culture, not only the rap songs breathe with the cultural significance for the modern art. The urban fonts are also powerful culture-bearers, taking a higher stage from being just message-deliverers and riot signs to a separate movement in calligraphy and illustration. So this rebel font worth being added to your cart as a great choice to explore the urban aesthetic.
Snakehead — Awesome Graffiti Font
Sometimes it’s super-challenging to figure out what a certain wall inscription says — that’s how twisted and rolled they are. Even though the Snakehead graffiti font is a sloppy script, it looks readable and can make a remarkable appearance in various types of designs. Wide characters and swashes choice serves for a convincing design allowing you to pursue any street styles you like.
Hayword — Graffiti Style
Aided with quick marker strokes on the outlines, this graffiti font is somewhere in between street art and classic handwritten font — a perfect combo for modern and versatile urban-style lettering. We want to believe it was inspired by marker signature fonts on the wall somewhere in the dark London suburb. Whatever your design preferences are, we’re sure Hayword won’t leave you cold.
Airneo Graffiti Font
Jaunty, acidic, colorful, bold and totally crazy Airneo Graffiti Font will dramatically break into your life, sowing the seeds of a maverick mood! Similar to the previous fonts and their styles, Airneo is inspired by street style with a fun theme rather than a brutal “street-gang” feeling. It brings lots of motion in the uppercase letters as if it was created specifically for labels and logos.
Jamstreet — Monoline Graffiti Font
Jamstreet Graffiti is a display graffiti font with a one-line handwritten style. It will elevate a wide range of design projects to the highest level, like branding, headings, wedding designs, title, signatures, logos, labels, magazine covers. Also, it was created to perfectly suit logotypes, packaging and advertising concepts! You’ll have quick-drawn marker-style uppercase and lowercase letters, punctuation marks and numerals.
Ugly Shapes: Abstract Art Set
You may wonder why these vector shapes are called ugly. We’d like to assure you, that it’s not about the poorly-created forms, but the philosophy behind the imperfect hand-drawn elements. The set was born with a special attitude to the authentic way of drawing instead of using digital software, making the graffiti font-styled elements look impeccable.
Madtags Font Family
Straight from the streets and stolen post office stickers, we’re psyched to bring you Madtags. Inspired by the chisel-tipped scepters of street artists, the Madtags graffiti font family drops 4 styles with over 300 unique glyphs into your design arsenal. This free graffiti font can help you succeed in the bravest branding concepts, lively posters, apparel, stationery, backgrounds and more.
Want to make your branding bolder with a proper graffiti font? Then we’ve got plenty of fonts and styles for you! Introducing Streetbomber — graffiti font that echoes with the classic tag lettering. Use this cool and artistic typeface to breathe a street life vibe into your projects. This font was created precisely for logos, printed quotes, cards, packaging, website or social media branding and more!
Hollowtown — Handwritten Graffiti
This amazing decorative graffiti font features funky characters that will add a touch of sharpness to any project that requires a personalized look! Besides, the distinctive vintage traits enhance the produced effect and allow it to be presented in tons of both modern and retro design solutions. A green choice for sportswear designs and branding identity concepts.
Losdol — Graffiti Font
There’s a gazillion of graffiti fonts out there, and we’ve collected the cream of the crop, no kidding. Introducing Losdol — a handmade font with uppercase and lowercase letters and multilingual support. It’s undoubtedly one of the best fonts here created for designing templates, brochures, videos, advertising branding, logos, blessed with an urban free spirit. Simple to use, outstanding to observe and a great choice for everyone seeking to improve products and add a grunge feel to them!
Bembies — Graffiti Font
Paint in with frisky colors and an eye-popping packaging design is done! The Bembies Graffiti Font is all juicy with its forms, repeating the familiar street art classics and 90’s marker fonts. Put it on a poster, hip-hop music album cover, sticker, any print-aimed materials and get inspired by it every day. Bembies will cover any street art styles and will surely meet your customer’s preferences.
Skatenow | Graffiti Font
Having the out-of-the-box design solutions is still a fresh vision, in the era of shock-content, when everyone has already seen so many styles, fonts and designs, it’s hard to surprise. Skatenow is a graffiti font with a calligraphy style, suitable not only for peppy ideas connected with urban spirit but also for invitations, greeting cards, branding signatures and more! You’ll easily improve products and concepts with its help, or make up eye-catching commercial or personal projects with its help.
MostWanted Graffiti Font
The speaking names of the assets we use sound like a challenge to get involved in! It’s MostWanted graffiti font to be tested out this time, what does it have to offer? You can mix the uppercase and lowercase with the alternative glyphs and pair this handwritten font with themed graphics to create peculiar combinations. Finally, you can let your creative passions and preferences free, as MostWanted is definitely one of the most versatile graffiti font ever created.
Rhieknuza — Graffiti Font
For some reason, graffiti fonts like Rhieknuza remind of old-school MTV shows about dating, car upgrading and hip-hop, all funny and jangling! This one is a quirky and awesome graffiti font, having a unique style that makes it perfect for any creative project requiring an urban look. A perfect pick to improve products and concepts you are working on! Rhieknuza allows playing with multiple visual styles and comes with OpenType features making it a great choice for many design projects.
Network Fonts and Extras Updated
Get ready to be fully-packed with a pack of graffiti fonts and supporting materials, coming in a rebellious style. There are optimized font files, brand new web file formats and six spray textures. Uniqueness was reborn! Signature-styled network script perfectly fits other sans serif fonts, so feel free to play around with various combinations. You’ll have uppercase and lowercase letters, numerals, punctuation and multilingual characters for infinite urban inspiration.
Freestyle aerosol doodles, swashes and elements are the best way to decorate graffiti fonts. The typeface itself is rather elegant for this style, so applying some quirky details will save the day for sure. To create a beautiful combination and set an authentic urban appearance, just mix the uppercase and lowercase characters, then mix with the alternative glyphs. A great addition to a fonts collection for a graphic designer seeking an all-encompassing type.
Graffiti Classic is the font that blends the improvisational urban style with the smoothness and regularity of a typeface. The author of this product grew up in Brooklyn, where graffiti fonts appeared as an explosion of expressiveness and color in the sea of concrete. So this bold font is an actual tribute! It includes uppercase and lowercase letters, numerals, punctuation and even some ornaments.
Graffiti-Inspired Typeface | Syrup
The Syrup is inspired by street art in the big city walls and graffiti fonts with a bold urban feel! Created with street-style uppercase letters combined with regular lowercase, this font is unique and easily applicable to any creative needs. Create a rough look by adding a flat drop shadow, extrude, lighting and outline, you can see the sample in the preview shots. Not so many stylized fonts can create such a sharp urban feel!
GRAFFITI FAT FONT
Take the best practices of vintage, old-school decorative characters, mix them with a bubbly typeface, and you’ll have this SVG graffiti font ready to conquer your audience in commercial and personal projects. Cool graffiti fonts like this are great and valuable for product logos, poster titles, headlines, packaging, badges, clothing brand logos, vintage designs and more. The font contains uppercase characters and numerals.
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