Gothic fonts for your inspiration

gothic and old english fonts

There’s more than enough serifs and san-serifs typefaces out there, so how about adding a few good Gothic fonts ( or Ye Olde English if you prefer ) to your typographic collection.

clairvaux lt std roman font
Clairvaux LT Std Roman.

duc de berry lt std typeface
Duc De Berry LT Std.

Fette Fraktur LT Std
Fette Fraktur LT Std.

Goudy Text MT Std
Goudy Text MT Std.

Linotext Std font
Linotext Std.

Notre Dame LT Std
Notre Dame LT Std. Available in:

  • Roman
  • Ornaments

San Marco LT Std Roman
San Marco LT Std Roman.

Wilhelm Klingspor Gotisch
Wilhelm Klingspor Gotisch LT Std Roman.

Wittenberg Fraktur MT Std typeface
Wittenberg Fraktur MT Std. Available in:

  • Regular
  • Bold

Do you regularly use Gothic fonts? Leave a comment below and let me know.

Don’t be afraid to add any favourites from your collection of Gothic fonts in a comment.

3 thoughts on “Gothic fonts for your inspiration”

  1. Do you ever get use for this sort of font? I’ve not has cause to use this style of font in 10 years!

    Makes me wonder if I’m not being imaginative enough! :)

  2. Hi Amanda,

    Not often, that’s for sure. I’ve probably used something similar two or three times for past design projects?

  3. Like Amanda said, I don’t use Gothic fonts often. I would like to find ways to use them on my websites, but there never seems to be a place where they fit.

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