If you aren’t familiar with customised T-shirts, you have been living under a rock. Customised T-shirts gained massive popularity a few years back and since then there has been no stopping this trend. Although this was previously limited to designers and printing company owners in the past, nowadays many love making customised design for themselves.
While the design is an important aspect of customising t-shirts, the font plays a significant role as well. The right font can tie the entire design together whereas a wrong one can ruin everything. There are thousands of distinct fonts available to choose from. Whether you want it simple and classy or chic and quirky, you will find the right font for you.
This list contains a mixture of free and premium fonts available online. Here are our top 5 fonts that you can use for customised t-shirts:
Bebas Neau Font
Over the last few years, Bebas Neau has become quite popular. This Sans Serif font is absolutely free and used in many banners and posters. It is usually used for text to be made prominent. If you design doesn’t contain much text but you still want the text to pop, this font is what you need.
Similar to the Bebas Neau, Raleway comes from the same Sans Serif family. It is intended for prominent text. One of the coolest features of Raleway is that it comes in 9 different weights that range from thin to black. One thing to actually notice is that ‘black’ is even thicker than ‘extra bold’.
This font belongs to the Slab Serif typeface, what it does beautifully is that it combines practicality and class together to make fonts look timeless. In easier words, your text will appear like the text in newspapers.
This modern day brush font offer smooth lines and clean easily readable text with a whole lot of character. It offers 100 glyphs, which isn’t common for fonts to give a full selection. It has a natural, hand written feel ideal for casual tees.
This font belongs to the Sans-Serif family which resonates with urban themes and is commonly used in city posters and ad banners. So, if you are looking to give your t-shirts a modern, urban feel then this might be the perfect font for you. There is absolutely no right or wrong in the field of design, but certain elements enhance the appeal of the final look.
Are you exploring the world of customised printing? Do you want to be a pro at it? Try these awesome fonts yourself or get in touch with your favourite customised T-shirt printing company in Singapore. We can guarantee that you won’t be disappointed.