When designing we have some major element to take in consideration. This single element can be the key to your success or your total failure. We are obviously talking about fonts.
Many people think that any font will do in your designs projects, but we all know that is not true. Different fonts serve different purposes and finding the right font isn’t always as easy as it looks like.
When talking about old English font, medieval or gothic fonts, there are tons of different choices you can make from hundreds of different sources. With so many options is more than understandable that we usually spend more time looking for the right font than implementing it in to our designs.
With this hard and long time of searching in mind, we decided to create a list of the best fonts, typefaces and graphic elements that match the old English font design trend to help you make your projects a unique and mesmerizing experience for the viewers of your designs.
Quiet the Thief – Regular
This old English font is part of a font family with 7 different typefaces. This typeface is designed with subtle details to give your projects that stylish look and feel of medieval lettering while keeping it really simple. It gives your reader the pleasure to read a well design flyer or banner without sacrificing the good looks of the vintage.
The Cruller is a display typeface based on an old German lettering book from 1910. The creator of this old English font, found in in a book years ago and decided to scan it and vector it. He himself has used this fonts several times in different projects to give them a special and unique style that makes it very easy to read, while giving you the sensation of an old book. This font is a great addition to any design enthusiast or professional designer.
Vector Gothic Retro Style Font
This gothic font is full of details and makes for a nice typeface to add to your collection. By getting this typeface you make sure that when a client says “I want those old and stylish, old English fonts that appear on history books or medieval movies”, you’ll have the perfect option to make their wish come true. Don’t be shy and make the boldest statements on your designs with this amazing typeface.
St Monique – Typeface
The St. Monique typeface is just amazing. It was inspired by medieval typography and motifs. The Serifs and subtle details featured in this old English font give you that feeling of medieval times, while giving you a nice and delicate lettering that will look great in any modern design without making it a hard font to read. It features letters, numbers and combined letters so you can have the freedom to design whatever you want, without the constant fear of the limitations of regular font sets.
This big and strong typeface features 6 different styling options for your creations. Designed with user experience in mind, this font is extremely easy to read, making your message easy to understand while giving it a classy old look and still keeping it very modern.
Featuring a bold style and serifs and subtle details, the “Droptune” typeface features all the styling elements to create a beautiful yet versatile font suited for all kinds of designs, from logos to banners and social media imagery, this font does it all. This old English font package includes all the vector files in EPS 10 that you can edit or use as graphic elements, and OTF an WOFF font files for all your picture editing softwares.
Blackletter Modern Gothic Font
This modern looking blackletter font is the heaven of gothic fonts. It is extremely easy to read for gothic styled fonts which tend to have lots of details that make the reader lose focus on the message. This typeface is recommended for big lettering work. Included in the package comes the OTF file, several vectored file formats and JPG and PNG files for you to use as graphic elements.
Gothic Ornamental Alphabet
If you are looking for a great set of gothic letters for design purposes then you’ve found the right choice. This set of graphic elements is composed by all the capital letters from the alphabet to make your designs to really stand out. If you ever wanted to design something with that feeling of reading an old book, then this set of graphic elements is for you!
Artedoms is a new designed typeface created with an elegant and classy feeling in mind. This old Enligh font set includes all uppercase and lowercase letters featuring multilingual support, currencies, figures, symbols and numbers bundled with a lovely set of bonus ornaments and badges to take your design to the next level. Great for designing all kind of projects that require an old medieval and classy feel like wedding invitations or greeting cards and even clothing.
Odd Times Typeface + Bonus Graphics
This medieval blackletter typeface is a true masterpiece of fonts and lettering. Virtually usable in all kind of designs, this old English font is everything you might need to give your designs a classy and vintage look and feel without compromising the ease of read. Also included in the package there comes a set of graphic elements that really resonate with the font, giving you the chance to create your next master piece. Inside the package you’ll find OTF and WOFF formats to use your fonts with any edition software. Also you’ll receive the fish illustration and watercolour textures used in the screenshot, plus fully editable EPS files for all of the letters.
Ole Ingrish Font
Time to start a new project and, why not, do it with an inspiring Old English typeface? Ole Ingrish was crafted with the ideal of those fancy looking blackletter typefaces, and works perfectly for any kind of project involving CD Covers, T-Shirts, Posters and much more!
Minnesota Winter Font
It’s chilly out there, isn’t it? Well, time to give your wintery designs an extra boost with the help of this fancy looking Old English typeface! With a icy color scheme, this font can be used for multiple projects without needing to worry about special characters, be sure to take a good look at it!
With this list we hope to make your old English font selection easier. We know that the time spent looking for the right font can be a huge set back when trying to create something uniquely beautiful.