Do you remember the last boring, ordinary magazine ad, business card, or poster you saw?
If I had to guess, I’d say you don’t. On the other hand, what was the most unique design you saw recently?
I bet you remember that!
What part of the design made it stand out? Did it have unusual colors, funky textures, or crazy fonts?
As a designer, you’re always looking for ways to make your work stand out. One great way to create scroll-stopping designs is by using crazy fonts in your projects. Weird, wild, unique, or silly typefaces add a touch of quirkiness that makes your designs memorable — just what you need to set them apart from the rest.
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The Best Crazy Fonts
From hand-drawn geometric characters to playful monster letters and everything in between, there’s no shortage of unique fonts to be found. To inspire you, we’ve rounded up more than 30 of the weirdest crazy fonts we could find. Happy hunting!
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First up is an unusual, retro geometric font designed with color in mind. It’s even got color alternates, so if you have two repeating letters in your header, they won’t repeat. Pretty neat. Simbox is a display font, so it would be well-suited for large headlines, home decor, event signage, and apparel. The font package comes with uppercase letters, numbers, color alternates, and punctuation.
This one is definitely a scroll-stopper! Hands Up font is made with hands, arms, and fingers making funny gestures. It would work really well on a design project for kids, posters, t-shirts, and special event advertising. The zip includes uppercase letters, numbers, punctuation, and EPS vector file of all the characters. Web font available.
Porta is anything but ordinary! This minimalist, futuristic, geometric sans-serif font is not so much crazy as it is crazy cool. It would be really well suited for logo designs, quotes, product packaging, and websites. The font has tons of variations for a truly custom look. The package includes uppercase letters in two styles, numbers, punctuation, multilingual characters, alternates, and a web font.
Next up on our list of eye-catching, crazy fonts is a unique, colorful display font with a high-tech vibe. It’s best suited for logotype, short titles, web headers, and the like. Try it if you’re working on a project in the field of technology, business innovation, and entertainment. The font comes with all caps letters, numbers, punctuation, a web font, and vector AI and EPS gradient versions.
Now that you’re warmed up, let’s get really weird. Forma is a wacky graphic display font, that gives me totally awesome 80s vibes. Use it for packaging, branding, editorial layouts, social media designs, anywhere you want to leave an impression. The font package comes with two styles — solid and stripes — with uppercase letters, numbers, punctuation, and multilingual support.
Here’s a wacky one for your futuristic, high-tech designs. Robofor is an all-caps technical style font designed to look like it’s made of mechanisms. Pair it with a thin, tall font to create posters, flyers, page layouts, and more. It’s a perfect choice for a project that involves children, science, industry, and engineering. The font package includes only uppercase letters in otf format.
Only Joy is appropriately named — you can’t help but smile when you see it! Fun, funky shapes with modern style doodles and illustrations within the letters make it a good choice for home decor projects, quotes, greeting cards, children’s room art, and anything else that calls for an off-the-wall design. The zip file includes two sets of lowercase characters, numbers, punctuation, multilingual support, and a web font.
No bad karma here! No normal fonts, either. Karma is a stylish, graphic, abstract typeface that’s useful for creating modern monograms and logos. It’s also a great choice for impactful headlines and memorable editorial layouts — even for corporate projects. Give it a try! The font package includes uppercase characters, numbers, punctuation, and a web font.
Advio is labeled a “friendly font” and while it’s true (it hasn’t started shouting insults at me), I’d use words like peculiar, unique, or oddball long before friendly came to mind! This is a cool font, that would be well-suited for monograms, high-tech designs, sports, or projects geared for kids. Comes in three weights from light to bold, all uppercase characters, web font, and bonus color gradient version in vector format.
Use Mysteria typeface when you want to stop someone dead in their tracks. This decorative font has the uncanny ability to be extremely weird-looking but totally legible at the same time. This makes it a perfect font for magazine headlines, website headers, logos, and more. Pairs perfectly with the body text family Gerlach Sans. The font package includes two weights, regular and bold, uppercase and lowercase characters (but only the caps have the crazy font style), numbers, punctuation, and multilingual support.
Do you love funky design? Do you respect tiny details? If you answered yes to both of these questions, Structure was created just for you! It might not be the best choice for a paragraph of text, but it works surprisingly well for logo design, creative quotes and signs, crafts, and art or science-themed projects. The zip file comes with uppercase letter characters, numbers, punctuation, and multilingual support.
One thing I love about these crazy, cool font styles is that they are so different from one another! Take Crazy Dream, for example. This one has the look of being written with a huge marker or paintbrush. It’s cute, playful, and anything but boring. It’s also really versatile and would be well-suited for most any type of project that calls for bold text. Advertising, comics, book covers, flyers, menus, and so much more. Includes all caps letters, ligatures, multilingual accents, and a web font.
When you need a bold, out-of-the-ordinary eye-catcher, look no further than Arata. This handcrafted sans-serif font is eccentric and memorable. It’s a good choice for posters, website designs, business cards, logos, music events, editorials, and social media. Use it wherever you want to make a statement. The download includes all caps letters, numbers, and web fonts.
Amient has a curious way of being very modern and experimental while also having an old-world vibe. It’s an eccentric, bold, fancy font. Well-suited for projects that call for large display type like posters, album covers, magazine layouts, logotypes, titles, web headers, and more. Comes with all capital letters, numbers, punctuation, multilingual support, ligatures, and a web font.
We’ve shown you a lot of these cool text fonts with a high-tech feel. This one is my favorite. With its lines and curves, Lineat is both unconventional and elegant, memorable and tasteful. Try it with any corporate, electronic, technical, internet, computer, business innovation, or sports projects. The zip includes all caps letters, numbers, punctuation, and web fonts.
This is a simplified version of the original Lineat shown above. It’s nearly identical, it just has fewer lines. Use it to create monograms, logotypes, business cards, web headers, social media graphics, album covers, editorial layouts, and more. Just like its predecessor, it’s best suited for high-tech and sports-related projects. Both fonts pair well with thin sans-serifs. Comes with all caps letters, numbers, punctuation, and web fonts.
Here’s a hand-drawn geometric font that’s all about having fun! The license that comes with this font is a bit unusual, it says you are contractually obligated to have a GOOD TIME while using this font! This bold font would be a good choice for home decor quotes, fun flyers, event designs, and more. Includes three styles — fill, thin stroke, and bold stroke, uppercase and small caps letters, numbers, punctuation, and vector file.
Next up in our crazy collection of fonts is this modern sans serif created with parallel lines. This one leans toward the high-tech like several of the other typefaces on our roundup but it’s not quite as specific, so try it anywhere you need a show-stopping headline, logotype, web headers, banners, posters, home decor, letterhead, and more. Zip file comes with uppercase, lowercase, numbers, punctuation, and web fonts.
Cool, casual, super-stylish, spontaneous, and a little bit of an oddball. I just love this font, with its mid-century, retro feel. Use it for quotes, social media, page layouts, website design, logos, and much more. The download includes three styles — Regular (flared serifs), Sans, and Display with all caps letters, numbers, punctuation, ligatures, and multilingual support. Web font available.
It wouldn’t be a crazy font collection without Qindars, a playful display font with letters that are made of monsters. But these aren’t scary monsters, they’re adorably silly and sweet-looking monsters that make this typeface a solid choice for anything you’re designing for kids. Children’s books, wall art, video games, posters, and more. The zip file includes uppercase and lowercase characters, numbers, punctuation, ligatures, and multilingual support. Web font available.
Well here’s a wacky one for your next design. Hello Creamy has the look of melty, gooey, drippy ice cream — but it could also look like paint, wax, or…whatever. It comes with a vector set of “toppings” for every holiday, ice cream cones, candies, sprinkles, and more, so you can dress up the font to look even wackier. It’s the typeface equivalent of decorating your house for the holidays! The package includes two styles — outline and fill, with uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation, multilingual support, and vector toppings.
Here’s a unique, Art Deco-inspired font family for your consideration. This one is especially well-suited for creating monograms and logos, but it’s also a great choice for large headlines, flyers, cover art, editorial design, and more. Radon comes in three styles — regular, bold, and deco (extra bold) and includes capital letters, numbers, punctuation, and a web font.
Many times in design, a boring old ampersand just won’t do. If you’re cuckoo for catchwords, you’re going to love this! Castor Catchwords is part of the Castor Font Family, a vintage-style distressed woodtype display font. Inspired by old hand-painted signs and antique lettering, this font has 114 total glyphs — all symbols, ampersands, and catchwords to make your designs come to life. The zip file includes six variations of 12 different words plus lots of extra ampersands.
Hey catchword crazies — we’ve got even more for you! Castor has done it again, this time with Catchword Dividers. If you thought their catchwords were cool, check this out. They say, “it’s like a catchword had a baby with a horizontal rule,” and I can’t think of a description much more accurate than that! This font comes with over 150 catchword dividers. Wow! Zip file includes eight variations of 12 different words plus lots of extra ampersands.
Gunter is a really bonkers serif-sans-serif hybrid with a wild and groovy 60s and 70s vibe. If it’s too far out for your project, it does come with alternate capital letters so you can reel in the crazy a little bit. A great option for social media, magazine layouts, and cover art. The zip file includes two styles with alternate caps, uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation, multilingual support, and web fonts.
This oddball variable font is reminiscent of a trend that was extremely popular in the 80s and early 90s. (I lived through it and can confirm!) It involved mixing different typefaces, particularly art deco, modern, old-world, and geometric styles, and combining them with mixed patterns and crazy colors. If you have a project calling for some totally awesome, radical to the max headline copy, you won’t find a font much more authentic than this one! The zip includes uppercase letters, numbers, and multilingual support in several variations so that OpenType technology can create a randomized effect.
Color Block is a fun, modern, most importantly – memorable example of a color font. Sure, you could easily create this yourself by stacking and changing the color, but wouldn’t it be easier just to type your copy once? This font is best suited for large display type. So use it for things like banners, packaging, flyers, headlines, cover art, and things like that. Comes with 5 color variations and outlined font, uppercase letters, numbers, and punctuation.
I wonder if you used a crazy font generator, if it would offer up this many futuristic, tech-y typefaces? They are definitely out of the ordinary and right on trend for the digital age. Stingo would be ideal for any technology, innovation, corporate, internet, entertainment, communications, or sports industry projects. These letters would make cool modern monograms, too. Includes all capital letters, numbers, and punctuation. Web font available.
Don’t use this font if you want your project to be dull, common, normal, and just plain…plain. On the other hand, if you are looking for a way to have your message jump off the page, Rudal will do the trick! Casual, artistic, daring, brave, rebellious…it’s got funky characters all while still being perfectly legible. This graffiti font is well suited for music event branding, album covers, social media graphics, website headers, and more. Includes uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation, and foreign language support. Web font available.
Typography fans, you’re going to love this monospaced variable font family. Mostest Mono comes in seven different widths from 550, which works well for body copy, all the way to a whopping 2200. It was designed so that you can change the size of a few of your letters so that your lines of copy always line up. With that many glyphs to choose from, you’ve got near-infinite variations for your designs. This fixed-width font family includes 7 widths, uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation. Web font available.
Now these are some out-of-the-ordinary, fancy letters! Conello is a modern, decorative display font. It would be difficult to read at smaller sizes, so save this one for large projects that call for an artistic flair. Monograms, book covers, album art, and more. This would look great paired with a thin, legible cursive font. The zip includes three weights from thin to bold, uppercase letters and numbers.
Final Thoughts on the Best Crazy Fonts
With literally thousands of fonts to choose from, we realize that finding the perfect one for your project can be overwhelming, especially when you want one that’s unique and different, silly and memorable, or wild and crazy.
This roundup of the best crazy fonts is the cure for boring typography! We know at least one of them inspired you. Use it in your next project and you can surely mark “crushed it” off your to-do list!