Are you looking for a fun and creative way to make your messages stand out and pop off the page? Graffiti lettering and fonts might just be your solution!
This style is an artistic typography that adds personality and character to any text. It’s inspired from 1960s popular graffiti art seen scrawled across the walls and signs along streets. Today it is recognised as modern art and an intrinsic part of pop culture.
Graffiti fonts are a great way to showcase your messages, ranging from usage on flyers, t-shirts, logos, designer business cards and product packaging. For the best downloadable graffiti letters, we’ve put together the following 45 styles, ideal for your creative projects!
01 Street Writer
This Street Writer font was created by Noah and imitates the typical street styled graffiti lettering. The additional strokes and bubbles surrounding each letter adds quirkiness to your messages with fun colour selections. This font is available in a full set of uppercase letters and numbers and can be downloaded on Dafont.
Created by Quentin Aquila, Bombing uses a brushstroke effect to create a soft, rounded text. The thick shadow brings the letters forward and their uneven drop below the baseline adds a 3D effect to the text. This font is available in uppercase, lowercase and a few symbols and can be downloaded on Dafont.
03 Peinture Fraiche
This Peinture Fraiche font was created by Quentin Aquila and while it uses a broken, cracked effect, each letter appears sturdy and hefty. The thick bold outline emphasises the shadows bordering each letter making them pop off the page. This font is available for download on Dafont.
Painterz was created by Quentin Aquila and uses the effects acquired by a paint heavy brushstroke to create the letters. The slight drip falling off each letter and the splashes of colour surrounding each word creates an artistic feel to the style, imitating the quick and passionate movements of a painter. This font is available in uppercase, numbers and symbols and can be downloaded on Dafont.
05 Urban Jungle
This Urban Jungle font was created by Kevin Christopher of KC Fonts and displays a crowded city skyline at its base. This words are pictured beyond the heights of the the city, reflective of where graffiti began. This adds strong impact to each letter. This font is available in uppercase and can be downloaded on Fontspace.
Whoa was created by Johan Waldenström and, like it’s name suggests, creates a strong impact on the page. The thick lettering and uneven finishes showcases any word and creates a heavy presence on the page. This style is ideal for headings and large texts and can be downloaded on Waldenstrom's page.
07 The Graffiti Font
This Graffiti font was created by Mike Karolos and uses bright colours and a shadow effect to create a fun and animated typography. The bold outlines and white gleam creates an artistic 3D effect, making the letters pop off the page. This style is also available in solid black, creating a heavier feel and can be downloaded on Behance.
Created by Juha Korhonen, Polla is made from multiple thin brushstrokes that appear hurriedly scrawled to create each letter. The brisk nature of this style leaves uneven splotches and drips within and around each letter and adds a very real and relatable aspect to the text. This font come with 176 available characters and can be downloaded on 1001fonts.
09 The Battle Continuez
The Battle Continuez was created by Christopher Hansen and adds a morbid tone to any message. The thin dribbles dripping from each letter imitates the effects of blood, reflecting its combat based name. This font is available in uppercase, lowercase, numbers and some symbols and can be downloaded on Dafont.
10 Take Warning
Take Warning was created by Alex Tomlinson and emphasises the paint drips coming off each letter. This effect creates a freshly painted feel to the text, which can produce either a fun painted tone or a morbid bloody feel to each letter, depending on the message. This font is available in uppercase and some symbols and can be downloaded on Dafont.
11 Inner City
Inner City was created by Mike Wolf and is a creative 3D style with fun, curved blocks used to construct each letter. The coloured version evokes a happy tone to the text, softening the message while the black and white version emphasises the playful twists of each block. This font is available in uppercase and numbers and can be downloaded on Dafont.
12 Brock Vandalo
Created by Brock Marques, Brock Vandalo combines soft starts with thin ends to create a scrawled graffiti effect. This combination makes for a modern style. Marques describes his own font as ‘joyous and sometimes disorganised but with a sense of urban scrawl graffiti.’ This font is available for download on Behance.
13 Most Wasted
Created by Koczman Bálint, Most Wasted is a typical old-school graffiti style with the exaggerated S and irregular strokes bumping along the baseline. This large font will loudly get any of your messages across. It’s available in uppercase, numbers and symbols and can be downloaded on Dafont.
14 Tag Type
Tag Type was created by Andy Panchenko and is a fun style with extended curves. The combination of sharp and soft bends softens the harsh fluency of the text and adds personality to the message. This font is available in uppercase, lowercase, numbers, symbols and with latin and cyrillic characters and can be downloaded on Behance.
15 Blow Brush
Created by Petar Acanski and like its name suggests, Blow Brush imitates the effects of a brush. Acanski states ‘even though the main intention was to bring that street style to your content, the importance of font functionality was a top priority.’ The style provides an overall neat and controlled feel to any message. This font is available in uppercase and can be downloaded on Behance.
16 Grafipaint Font
Grafipaint was created by Lewis Bauer with Extram Studios and uses white splotches and indents to create a light-pressed texture to the letters. With wide kerning, this style is easy to read. This font is available in lowercase, uppercase, basic latin, numbers and symbols and can be downloaded on Fontspace.
17 Sugar Death Regular
Sugar Death Regular was created with Press Gang Studios and uses sharp hairpin curves for each letter to create a strong standing text. The uneven finishes complement the long strokes of each letter and give it a unique shape. This font is available in uppercase, lowercase and some symbols and can be downloaded on Dafont.
Gangland was created by Billy Argel and combines thick and thin strokes to create letters. The shield shaped circles and curves of each letter complement the lines slashing through them and adds a medieval tone to the style. This font is available in uppercase and lowercase and can be downloaded on 1001fonts.
19 Road Rage
Road Rage was created by Youssef Habchi and like it’s name suggests, is a font evoking speed. It uses heavy lines that fade into thin strokes representing the streak marks left behind by speeding cars. It’s thick texture helps it stand off from the page. This font is available in lowercase, uppercase, numbers, symbols with a range of accents and can be downloaded on 1001fonts.
20 Street 2 Art
Created by Galdino Otten, Street 2 Art uses block letters to create a 3D effect. The black shadow bordering each letter enhances its protrusion, making it leap off the page. The uneven thickness of each character creates an uneven bulge to the letter and softens the overall tone of the style. This font is available 234 characters and can be downloaded on 1001fonts.
21 Streetwise Buddy
Streetwise Buddy was created by Jacob Fischer and uses large counters and soft curves to create a gentle style. The well spaced kerning and neat lines creates ideal legibility and its italic version adds fluency to the text. This font is available in uppercase with and without italics as well as numbers, symbols and accents and can be downloaded on 1001fonts.
22 This is Electronik Font
Designed by Filkor Adams and Koczman Balint, this Electronik Font style uses thin lines, large counters and close kerning to create a tight text. Each of these characteristics enhance legibility while also emitting character and style to the font. This font is available in uppercase, numbers and symbols and can be downloaded on 1001fonts.
Created by Jakob Fischer, Timebomb combines thick bold letters with rippling edges. The wavy edges creates a gentle touch to the style while its bold lettering maintains its strong presence on the page. This combination creates a unique font that is available in uppercase and numbers and can be downloaded on 1001fonts.
24 Rainy Day Vandal
Like its name suggests, Rainy Day Vandal uses a raindrop effect to create a wet appearing text. This rain-like characteristic evokes a gloomier tone to the style but adds personality to each letter. This font is available in uppercase and numbers and can be downloaded on fontspace.
25 Street Art
Street Art was created by Jonathan S. Harris and uses multiple thin lines and whimsical splotches, which adds an artistic feel to the style. The uneven lines and irregular thickness of each stroke creates a scrawled effect to each letter but maintains legibility by the well-spaced kerning. This font is available in uppercase and can be downloaded on fontspace.
26 Happy Brown Cat
This Happy Brown Cat font was created by LazyPoony and uses a rounded, bubbly style to create a fun and lively text. The font features a shadow that adds depth and protrusion to each letter, helping it leap off the page. This font is available in 72 characters and can be downloaded on fontspace.
27 Stencil of Destiny
This Stencil of Destiny font was created by Chequered Ink and as its name states, it uses the simplicity of a stencil to create the style of each letter. This stencil effect creates a neat and orderly character to the text, with great legibility. It is available in uppercase, numbers and some symbols and can be downloaded on fontspace.
28 Subway Graph
Subway Graph was created by Johan Waldenstrom and combines soft curves and circular counters with hairpin flicks at the ends of the lettering. This unique combination creates a modern urban style with both softness and street style ruggedness. This font is available in uppercase and lowercase and can be downloaded on fontspace.
Created by Johan Waldenstrom, Writers uses sharp flicks and solid prints to create an authentic looking graffiti text. It has narrow kerning, typical of text scrawled along a street wall, yet maintains legibility with big, clear letters. This font is available in uppercase and can be downloaded on dafont.
Bopollux was created by Johan Waldenstrom and is given individuality from its accompanying dots and dashes surrounding each letter. The combination of thick and thin lines and hairpin loops provides the authentic graffiti feel. This font is available in uppercase and can be downloaded on fontspace.
Giants was created by Out of Step Font Company and is a tall text. This high-stretching style is complemented by its squared counters and curves, which is matched with a rippling edge. This odd combination works surprisingly well to create a cute and legible style. This font is available in uppercase and lowercase and can be downloaded on urbanfonts.
32 Next Ups
Created by imagex, Next Ups is stylistic text with curved edges and small counters. Each letter dips above and below the baseline, a quirky element to the text. This font is available in uppercase and numbers and can be downloaded on urbanfonts.
33 Graff Caps
Graff Caps was created by Xerographer Fonts and is a lively, scrawled text. The heights of each letter vary, producing a mischievous tone and giving each letter importance. The occasional faded section letter imitates the natural scratches paint would collect over time. This font is available in uppercase and numbers and can be downloaded on urbanfonts.
34 Tag Hand Graffiti Trash
Created by Manuel Viergutz, Tag Hand Graffiti Trash is a thin, shaky text. The narrow strokes emphasise the rough lines of each letter and evoke a childish, yet playful tone to the message. This font is available in lowercase, uppercase and other symbols and can be downloaded on urbanfonts.
35 Typographic Onedalism
Typographic Onedalism was created by Mans Greback and uses thick letters with small counters and thinly spaced kerning. These characteristics create a typical font seen scrawled throughout an urban street. This font is available in lowercase, uppercase, numbers, symbols and accents and can be downloaded on dafont.
This Malice font was created by Lukas Schiltknecht and despite its urban origins and hairpin corners, provides a sophisticated style. Its elegance is gained from the combination of soft curves and loops and the alternate sharp edges of the letters. This font is available in uppercase, numbers and symbols and can be downloaded on dafont.
37 Upstairs CVJ M Graff
Created by Codin Repsch, Upstairs CVJ M Graff is a thick, bold text, brought to life with irregular slants and uneven finishes. Each letter is high-stretching and their long strokes combined with their tilting edges appear to wobble along the baseline. This font is available in uppercase and numbers and can be downloaded on urbanfont.
Hypographic was created by Adriel Almirol and is a large, well-spaced typography. The strokes of each letter imitate the effects produced from a ribbon twisted into the shape of a letter. The font features hairpin turns, iconic to the graffiti style. This font is available in uppercase, numbers and other characters and can be downloaded on urbanfonts.
Created by Micheal Felch Jr, Dapa contrasts sturdy block characters with soft wavy lines to create a unique composition. The gleam in the corner of each uppercase letter and irregular bulges adds a blob-like effect to the style while maintaining a legible figure. This font is available in lowercase, uppercase, numbers and other figures can be downloaded on urbanfonts.
40 Elefant Block
Elefant Block was created by Jerome Delage and like its name suggests, is a tall and sturdy font. The thinly spaced kerning creates a crowded effect on the text but is still legible through their clearly lined thick characters. This font is available in uppercase, lowercase, numbers and symbols and can be downloaded on dafont.
41 You are what you eat
You are what you eat was created by Jakob Fischer and is a wide stretching font with soft curves and circular counters. The roundness of each letter creates a simple tone to the text. While this isn’t the typical urban style, the graffiti tone is maintained through the backwards ‘e’. This font is available in 192 characters and can be downloaded on 1001fonts.
Created by Jakob Fischer, Nerdproof uses thin long strokes with sharpened ends to create a highly legible text. Each letter bounces around the baseline adding life to the thin lines and adds a more childish tone to this style. This font is available in 107 characters and can be downloaded on 1001fonts.
43 To be continued
To be continued was created by Alex Chisholm and is a large, thick text combining soft curves and large counters with occasional hairpin flicks to create a soft and fluent graffiti style. This font is available in lowercase, uppercase and other characters and can be downloaded on urbanfonts.
44. HVD Peace
Created by HDV fonts, this HDV Peace font showcases stenciled lettering with thick text. The font is inspired by spray paint with an army-like theme to each letter. The crooked display and grunge effect is perfect for any graffiti art. This font is available to download via 1001 fonts.
45. My turtle
Created by Billy Argel, My turtle showcases an outlined graffiti font. The font features speckles around each letter and provides a handwritten effect to your graffiti art. This font is free to download via 1001 fonts.
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