Your choice of font can make or break your design. It has been acknowledged in the design community, for example, that the Comic Sans font will make any design look tacky, childish and really quite unprofessional–even when you put those golden laurel leaves in to make it look more official.

Choose your fonts wisely. Luckily, for you, we have right here in this page a collection of the best signature fonts you may want to add to your files. They are available in both TTF and OTF formats and are free to download. For more options, head on over to our Free Fonts listing.

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Signature Script Font

Signature Bold Font


Signature Rinstonia Font

Modern Signature Font


Stretched Signature Font


Different Styles of Signature Fonts

  • Textured

For captions, titles, cover art, posters, tarpaulins and such, you would want a font that’s a little bit less conventional and with a little bit more oomph. Go for textured fonts like our “Signature Regular Philip Font” and “Signature Outbound Font” for a more striking and stand-out appearance.

  • Fancy

For fancy occasions like weddings, debuts or bridal showers, fall back on these elegant and fancy-looking fonts dominated by swirls and flourishes: “Modern Signature Font”, “Signature Rinstonia Font” and “Fancy Signature Font”. They’ll be perfect for the occasion.

  • Bold

Does your design need a more striking and eye-catching font? Go for our “Signature Bold Bristol Font” to let those headings and subheadings in your blog, poster or brochure really pop out.

  • Handwriting

Who doesn’t love the good old font that looks like it has been written by hand? Stay true to the classic with the “Signature Handwriting Dafoe Font”.

  • Modern

If your design calls for fonts that sort of mimic the shape and flow of circuits in your motherboard, then grab the “Stretched Signature Font” for that look reminiscent of “The Matrix” franchise. You can also check out these simpler Modern Fonts and give them a try.

Signature Handwriting Dafoe Font


Signature Regular Philip Font


Signature Outbound Font

Fancy Signature Font

What to Do With These Signature Fonts

  • Photo Captions

If you are planning to place some artsy-looking text on your Instagram photo, you can do so with these signature fonts. Choose the textured ones for an edgy appeal.

  • Product Catalogs or Brochures

Stick to simpler and more plain-looking fonts for those product details. But, if you want a more attractive cover, then you can’t go wrong with this list of signature fonts that have been prepared just for you.

  • Blog

Okay so maybe overly stylized fonts don’t usually go with blogging since the simpler fonts are preferred for better readability. But it can’t hurt to add a little jazz to, say, your blog’s header, now can it?

  • Party Invitations

A party invitation is more than just a collection of details informing your invites regarding the event. The invitation also helps set the mood as well as give your potential guests an idea of what they should expect during the actual day.

  • Design Reference

If you want to try your hand at creating your own font designs, you can use our fonts as a reference. It’s a good idea when starting out with a craft to follow some good examples before developing your own style.


For more options, take a look at our list of Vintage Fonts.

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