Whether you love it or hate it, graffiti and tags is here to stay. They is part of da urban landscapes. (!) You see it on bus shelters, billboard road signs, walls of construction sites, subways, back alleys, abandoned buildings, buses and trains. Graffiti represents another side or a type underground culture that is outside the normal stream of graphic design. But one interesting aspect of graffiti is the many styles of typeface graffiti artists use in their work. And with that aspect, I present readers with a selection of 22 free graffiti fonts I consider worth using for future projects. All of these are sourced from dafont.com as they had the most comprehensive selection of graffiti fonts available… and are of course free to download from their website.
If you want to know how to install more fonts under Windows be sure to check my blog post on the subject here.