Free fonts are like potato chips, you can’t stop at just one. How about nine grungy, messy, destroyed fonts? If you can’t get enough of the distressed look, these are for you!
3rd Man available at DaFont.com. Bold and masculine, try it on an outdoorsy camping page.
For the 100th Time available at Kevin & Amanda. Ransom note with a bit of whimsy. In bright multi-colors this would be adorable on a kid’s birthday party layout.
Jamaistevie available at dafont.com. Youthful and fun, perfect for a teen page.
Laundromat 1967 available at fontshark. Artsy, individual. Like a one-of-a-kind friend.
Pookie available at dafont.com. If you love the “fortune cookie” strips for journaling on layouts, this font is readable even when small, but adds a touch of style with the slightly eroded look.
Project Y available at Font River. This font screams teen boy and extreme sports. Think snowboarding, shooting hoops and skateboarding.
Webster available at dafont.com. Another journaling favorite, easy enough to read, but still plenty of character.