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Along with multiple authors and teams, I invite you to explore futuristic fonts, a gulp of fresh air in this time of artistic modesty. They literally blow up your imagination and make you feel a bit like Matt Damon, Thimotée Shalamet, or Matthew McConaughey.
My focal idea is to show how different modern fonts may be, varying from reserved & classy sans serifs to expressive display fonts celebrating the triumph of modern design. With this mesmerizing abundance of stylistic solutions, it’s getting easier to add a touch of sci-fi to commonplace projects: packaging, apparel and stationery designs, album covers, or whatever. Hopefully, you don’t risk losing balance and running too fancy.
The list features some of the undeniable type stars, so I invite you to work out their charm and bring quality futuristic fonts to your workflow. Tell the story via them. Rescue the world. Invent a solar system. Solve the riddles of the future. Make your customer think over the hidden message of the type. True story, no typefaces will do it better than these.
Our Team’s Top Pick
Averox — Futuristic Sans
Introducing Averox is a futuristic sans with a stylish neon touch. This font is inspired by sci-fi movies and minimalist logo styles — which are particularly popular within major brands. Averox is perfect for book covers, videos, t-shirts, advertising, branding, logos, or any contemporary design you want to fill with a futuristic vibe.
Prepare to hit the road to the unknown stars with these space & tech fonts, all perfect for futuristic novels, daring digital designs, and mysterious stories. There go typefaces imbued with timeless masterpieces of sci-fi art as well as some fascinating pieces of experimental typography. Are you ready for the Space Odyssey?
Alpha Futuristic Display Typeface
Are you looking for a bold and solid display in a futuristic style? Try Alpha, a professional font pack that features uppercase and lowercase letters and punctuation. It is available in OTF, TTF, and WOFF formats and suits game design, music & book covers, branding, advertising, logos, etc.
Stellar Free Font
A perfect type to accompany you on your exciting journey! Meet Stellar, a condensed sans serif with a taller x-height to give it legibility and personality. It comes in four weights and is designed to give purpose to your futuristic projects: album covers, movie posters, t-shirts, product labels, branding, and logos.
Planeto Futuristic Font
Planeto is a modern font family with a unique style and a distinct futuristic look. It was created to easily fit an extensive set of design projects: site designs, flyers, book covers, posters, or cards! The package features all-caps letters in three versions outline, regular, and rounded.
Osiris is a retro font with stylistic alternates. It includes uppercase multilingual letters and numbers. It features both sharp angles and rounded letterforms and is inspired a bit by the NASA font. Osiris is a great discovery for everyone seeking to merge a modern techno aesthetic and retro vibes.
Borned Futuristic Display
Borned has strong characters with sharp edges imbued by classic space-themed designs. It will fulfill your creative needs making your creative projects more modern and professional. The font perfectly suits album covers, logos, brochures, packaging, social media layouts, and more.
Mars Wars Font
Mars Wars is a futuristic display from the cyberpunk and digital era. Due to its original technological outlines, it is well suited for book covers, logos, packaging, posters, and any other design elements. The font supports multiple languages (Latin and Cyrillic characters), and the demo version has both uppercase and lowercase letters.
Marske Free Font
Find yourself in the grim cyberpunk environment, where the slums meet neon — and where Marske was born! The font supports Latin and Cyrillic alphabet, and its characters are made of perfectly balanced thin strokes. Marske is an excellent booster in every designer’s collection, not to mention how powerful and high-tech it looks.
Centauri — Futuristic Font
Centauri features minimalist, wide characters. It includes English uppercase letters, alternates, and numbers. Centauri is one of those unique futuristic fonts that work perfectly well with various textures (like metal or gradient) and effects — so you can bring in your favorite neon.
Azonix Free Modern Font
This sans serif consists of bold geometric uppercase letters, numbers, and punctuation. Azonix was designed with an eye on popular movies and games. That’s why it looks so reserved and ultra-modern at a time. Available in OTF and works in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign.
Bios is an all-caps font family that comes in two unique styles. It includes multilingual uppercase letters, numbers, and punctuation in different versions. Nothing holds you back from adding it to your collection, and we’re sure you’ll love how its letterforms match your themed designs.
Heimdal Cyberpunk Font
Introducing Heimdal, a stylish sans serif font imbued with Scandinavian minimalism. Heimdal is an all-caps with unique letterforms. It has some stylistic alternates, so every designer will get all the necessary for their space-themed designs: poster concepts, prints, or logos.
Aisling – Creative Display Typeface
Aisling is a modern futuristic font family which features 6 styles. It’s tall and bold — so we hope to see it on the side of a spaceship one day, as it totally deserves this placement. And for now, you can bring it to your current design — and make it worth the SpaceX starship.
Skyer Futuristic Font
That’s the most stylish font you could have for a modern design project! Skyer comes with uppercase letters (no lowercase characters are included, but don’t consider it a problem), multilingual support, punctuation, and numerals. With its unique letterforms, you can create the most authentic futuristic design, from prints to branding.
Metropolia Futuristic Font
Metropolia is an example of geometric experimental typography and a clean outline aesthetic. It was specifically developed for logos, headlines, posters, or other minimalist designs. Metropolia has a pronounced modern vision of a versatile futuristic font visible in all its glyphs and symbols.
Kusanagi Sci-Fi Font
Kusanagi is a wide font with alternate letters. It features a mix of sharp and rounded corners, narrow spacing to accommodate the wide letters, and has a blocky feel, making it ideal for titles, subtitles, and UI. Kusanagi has multilingual support and includes the Web font version.
Primal Space Font
Primal is a font inspired by old science fiction and horror movies style. We particularly enjoy it used with wide spacing for titles. Primal includes uppercase multilingual letters, alternative glyphs, numbers, and punctuation. Just think of all the unique designs you can create with it!
Metrica Free Futuristic Font
Based on architectural forms and negative spaces, Metrica presents three solid weights in both upper and lowercase. Perfect for print and web design, Metrica offers you a structured font that fits well in digital, editorial, and video projects. Comes in multiple formats, including WOFF, TTF, SVG, OTF, etc.
Blern Free Typeface
Blern, a font in two styles, brings retro vibes and dreams of the future to every character. It will appeal to the savviest designer and be an excellent addition to cards, posters, and stationery. Actually, any modern design project that should grab the eye from the first second.
Oxstars is a font perfect for gaming, movies, and more. It comes with upper and lowercase standard characters, punctuation, and numerals. There is also certain glyphs variation of the OpenType features, such as stylistic alternates, stylistic set, and ligatures. Includes a range of multilingual characters.
Cyberion — Futuristic Tech Font
Cyberion is a round geometric font. It was specifically developed for logos, headlines, titles, and posters. Cyberion has a pronounced experimental vision and could be called a modern font, even though it suits retro designs too. You’ll get an extended character set, which includes alternate letters and ligatures.
Ailerons Sci-Fi Font
Time for a designer to conquer and explore space! So let the Ailerons be your guiding star. It’s filled with daring inspiration, and whenever you resort to this free font, you’ll get a flow of ideas from every letter. Feel free to bring its bold visual energy to your projects, and don’t hesitate to thank the author for the brilliant design.
Anxiety Sci-Fi Font
Introducing Anxiety, a futuristic typeface inspired by the feeling of strangulation that we all once visualized in the font’s design. Anxiety comes with upper & lowercase characters, multilingual letters, numbers, and punctuation. This font is great for creating eye-catching headlines, logos, t-shirts, etc.
Mavis Sans – Futuristic Font Typeface
To infinity… and beyond! Meet Mavis, that’ll make you feel moony with its beautiful style. It’s a classical geometric sans serif font with unique features and a whole lot of tools for a comfortable creative process. It comes with multilingual support, numerals, punctuation, and an extended set of alternate glyphs.
Meteora Futuristic Font
If you’ve been starving for a serif font that would be imbued with futuristic vibes, we’ve got the Meteora. It’s a powerful display, with selected characters provided with sharp geometrical serifs. It’s a free font, so it’s got only the basic toolset: uppercase and lowercase letters, symbols, multilingual support.
Rosterian Futuristic Logo Font
Rosterian is the font you’ve seen in sci-fi movies but can’t remember which ones. It’s available in stencil style, perfect for labeling your next spaceship and complementing everyday designs! The best thing about Rosterian is that it supports 66 languages provided with extended linguistic support.
Reiju is a pair of futuristic fonts with a clean, almost feminine line that makes it a great fit for quotes, headers, posters, logos, movie posters, and other professional designs. It lovingly mimics Japanese characters with highlighted strokes — yet, without reaching extremes which is a great sign.
Frequently Asked Questions
Metrica, Metropolia, and Rosterian are the best futuristic fonts for your designs. They are multipurpose, so you’ll find the one that fits your project best.
If you are looking for futuristic fonts that will suit your creative designs perfectly and give you the feeling that you are traveling to another planet, check out Rosterian, Marske, or Centurion.
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