Top 20 Best Handwriting Fonts

All of us have a project where we feel like adding a bit of a personal touch, using a handwriting font is some of the best ways you can bring that.

Handwriting fonts are admired by designers because of their texture and elegance.

We have done the hard work and made a list of what we think are some of the best handwriting fonts you can use. If you are a user of Logo Bot you will notice that some of them are already part of our tool and you'll notice you might have used them in the past on your logo designs!
Either way, we have curated this list of the best handwriting fonts you can use on your designs! Don’t forget to check the terms carefully before using the fonts.

Are you looking for something else? Don’t worry, we have other articles which you can explore where we offer you some insight on the importance of your logo design

 

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Alex Brush

Alex Brush

Picture 1 - Alex Brush Font

Alex Brush is a marvellously fluid font. It has short up and down lines that allow for reading like no other. This handwritten font represents a contemporary style with a modern look. Inspired by a camel hair brush, it is as fluid as it is readable.

 

Berkshire Swash

Berkshire Swash

Picture 2 - Berkshire Swash Font

Berkshire Swash is designed by Astigmatic. Berkshire Swash is a seductive type style with a bold yet feminine twist. This font will be perfect for many different projects without any worry.


Pacifico

Pacifico

Picture 3 - Pacifico Font

Pacifico is an original and fun handwriting font by Vernon Adams that was inspired by 1950s American surf culture in 2011. It was redesigned by Jacques Le Bailly at Baron von Fonthausen in 2016. It has been expanded to Cyrillic by Botjo Nikoltchev and Ani Petrova at Lettersoup in 2017.

Vibur

Picture 4 - Vibur Font

The creator of the typeface set out to design a font from his own handwriting by rendering it more prominent and remodeling strokes - making it better than his own handwriting - that can be used for various typesetting purposes.

 

Architect’s Daughter

Picture 5 - Architects Daughter Font

Who would have guessed that this font was inspired by an architect's daughter's writing! This font includes the graphic and square appearance of architectural design, combined with the natural sensation of everyday handwriting.

Indie Flower 

Picture 6 - Indie Flower Font

This handwriting is supposed to feel free and open with the bubbling edges. It’s a little bolder but easier to read than some of the other fonts on this list.

 

Sriracha

Picture 7 - Sriracha Font

Sriracha is an informal loopless and non-serif designed Thai and Latin handwriting typeface. It provides a variety of 2 stylistic glyphs and smart OpenType functions to recreate a handwriting impression.

 

Caveat

Picture 8 - Caveat Font

Caveat is a handwriting type family designed by Pablo Impallari. It is designed for both short annotations and body text usage. For a different style, there is also a sister family, Caveat Brush

 

Permanent Market 

Picture 9 - Permanent Marker Font

Don't you wish there was a way to catch the meaning of a permanent marker on your screen without ever needing to destroy a perfectly nice monitor? Wait no more! We have the perfect solution with the look and feel of a marker, and you can use it anywhere! 

 

Patrick Hand

Picture 10 - Patrick Hand Font

Patrick Hand is a font based on the designer’s own handwriting. It has been designed to give your texts an impressive and useful handwriting effect. It has all the basic Latin and most extended Latin characters. It also contains fancy glyphs, such as high quotes and the floral heart!

 

Shadows into light

Picture 11 - Shadows Into Light Font

This clean, clean handwriting font feels feminine with nice curves. It is perfect to add to your project a personalised touch.

Dancing Script

Picture 12 - Dancing Script Font

Dancing Script is a lively casual script with the letters bouncing and slightly changing in size. Caps are big, and go below the baseline.

Dancing Script references popular scripts typefaces from the 50's.

It relates to Murray Hill (Emil Klumpp. 1956) in his weight distribution, and to Mistral (Roger Excoffon. 1953) in his lively bouncing effect.

Use it when you want a friendly, informal and spontaneous look.

 

Satisfy

Picture 13 - Satisfy Font

Satisfy gives you the look of a timeless classic with a unique modern flair.  It works well in several scenarios, even in smaller sizes.

 

Courgette

Picture 14 - Courgette Font

Courgette is a medium-contrast, brushy, italic-script typeface. The genre is traditionally used at large sizes but Courgette was carefully made for the web, with low stroke contrast that works well in smaller sizes and even in text.

 

Great Vibes

Picture 15 - Great Vibes Font

Great Vibes is a beautifully flowing connecting script. It has cleanly looping ascenders and descenders as well as elegant uppercase forms.

 

Yellowtail

Picture 16 - Yellowtail Font

Yellowtail is an old school flavoured flat brush script typeface of medium weight. It is mix of connecting and unconnecting letterforms lend to its unique look and legibility. Yellowtail nods to classic 1930's type styles like Gillies Gothic & Kaufmann, yet has the loose visual cadence of sign painter scripts.


Cookie

Picture 17 - Cookie Font

Cookie is a script typeface based on brush calligraphy. It has a little bit of 1950s style that makes you think about all the beautiful ads and pin-ups from this time. It is sweet and friendly - but not too decorative; simple and legible even in text sizes.

 

Chilanka

Picture 18 - Chilanka Font

Chilanka is Malayalam handwriting style font designed by Santhosh Thottingal. It follows the common style one can see in everyday handwriting of Malayalam. It has a comprehensive Malayalam glyph set that contains most of the unique Malayalam conjuncts.


Rock Salt

Picture 19 - Rock Salt Font

Rock Salt was hand-crafted with felt-tip markers for a personal look you can pepper throughout your next project.

Handlee

Picture 20 - Handlee Font

Handlee is loosely based on the handwriting of typographer Joe Prince. Its inconsistent curves give it a nice, human-like quality that is reflected in the characters. Each glyph is stationed at a different position in respect to the baseline, and ascenders and descenders vary, which all contribute to the human-like qualities of the font.

Handlee is a great font for any web page looking to add some personality and charisma. There was careful attention to detail in removing unnecessary overlap between letters, which allows Handlee to be scaled down to very small sizes while still maintaining legibility.

It was purposefully designed at a slightly larger scale than normal to increase the effectiveness to be scaled down. In addition, accents were not created automatically on the accented characters, but rather were positioned individually to depict a traditionally hand-writable asymmetry and inconsistency.

All of the little details and careful considerations in Handlee make it the perfect font for any project.

 

Feel free to use these fonts to add character and dimension to your designs while leaving also a more personal touch to it! Most of these fonts can be used on our website and are available to you on our editor, so feel free to check them out!

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