From commercial projects (like apparel design or branding design) to personal projects (like DIY birthday party invitations or personal wall art graphics), spray paint fonts can give any design a cool, edgy, and artsy look.
Spray paint fonts (which can include graffiti fonts, brush fonts, and even stencil fonts) make the best bold and eye-catching display fonts because they’re often highly stylized and have a very unique look.
The spray paint font you use will likely be the focal point of your design, so using it minimally in your design will help it to truly stand out and look its best.
Best Spray Paint Fonts
Below is a list of some of the best spray paint fonts and street art fonts around. Keep reading to discover some of your favorites and use them in your upcoming street-style projects.
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Morsey is an urban art style graffiti font that fits perfectly into any design with an authentic street aesthetic. It’s an all-caps font, so it’s most suitable for text in short words or phrases, headlines, and titles. Use it on graphic t-shirts, digital graphics, product design, and more.
This splattered graffiti font has a much more messy look with drops of paint dripping down from the letters.
The letters are all uppercase in this font, making it a great choice for posters, album art, book covers, or anything else that needs an eye-catching title.
Bomb Da Gone is drawn up with a thick brush, giving the letters a chunky look. The puffy type is perfect for any designer who needs a graffiti font that’s softer than some of the sharper fonts we’ve seen.
This font comes with alternative characters like underline swashes and halo-shaped accents that can be activated by typing the underscore key + any number 1-7. Use them to embellish the text in your design.
If you’re looking for an ink drop style graffiti font, Onedrips is the font for you. The bold strokes make this font impossible to overlook and will be sure to catch the eye of your audience.
Additionally, this font comes with both uppercase and lowercase letter sets as well as ligatures and underline elements that can be accessed by typing underscored numbers.
DirtySick is a graffiti font with the formation of letters resembling a traditional calligraphy style. It comes with a swash ornament that can add authenticity and embellishment to your text, plus bonus ornaments.
Pro tip: Mix up the uppercase and lowercase letters when you type to add to the authenticity of the font’s aesthetic.
Here’s a fun graffiti bubble font that will give a lively urban vibe to any design. Urbanicity comes in six different styles, including a couple of full-colored versions.
Each letter is drawn up with artistic outlines that add character to the text. By playing with the spacing between each letter, you can create a super cool effect where the outline of the letters overlap each other. Out of all the fonts on this list, this one definitely allows for the most creative play.
Districtside is a bold, easy-to-read font that’s perfect for placing at the forefront of your design or using it as a textured background behind your design’s main focal point. It includes a series of swashes that can be used to further accentuate the text.
Kingslayer is a grunge-style font with unique graffiti letterforms and additional illustrated elements that can be used by typing the underscore key plus numbers 1-9. It will look amazing as a brand font for product packaging, posters, digital graphics, etc.
This realistic font looks as if it were directly spray-painted onto the page. It comes with both uppercase and lowercase letters and will add an authentic look to any design with an urban art vibe.
Wallbomber is a bold and eye-catching display font that’ll give your project a true-to-life graffitied look. Use it for main titles, headings, and phrases on your design, or add them to the back to create a messy and authentic street style aesthetic.
For anyone needing a more structured graffiti font (as opposed to a freehand style handwriting font), Dirty Bakers Dozen is the perfect font family to use. The three fonts in this family are stencil-style fonts. Their straight uniformed letters give the design a much more orderly look.
Additionally, each of the three fonts still has a texture effect, helping them maintain a realistic spray paint style.
Suctenss is a calligraphy-inspired grunge-style font that’s bold, relatively easy to read, and has an authentic street art vibe. It also comes with additional hand-drawn ornaments to add to your design.
Here’s another stencil font, this one with a very slim letterform. The thin, slightly elongated letters give the text a more minimalistic look, but they still have plenty of texture to keep their authentic spray-painted style.
Snikers is a freehand style handwriting font perfect for any street style or grunge design. Use it for digital graphics, t-shirt designs, and more.
This realistic-looking spray-paint font was created using photos of real spray-painted letters that were taken and converted into an SVG font.
For anyone who’s working in a program that doesn’t support SVG fonts, PNG files of each letter are included in the download. Simply insert the PNG letters individually to create your text.
Stencil Autobahn is a bold capital block font created with great attention to detail. It was created using real stencils and paint, hand-traced, and converted into the typeface we see here. Along with the font, this download also includes over 40 real spray-painted elements.
Like other SVG fonts, this font does require Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator to access. PNGs of each individual letter are available to use for anyone who is using design software that doesn’t support SVG font formats.
Here’s another handmade spray paint font drawn up in a uniform stencil design. It includes both uppercase and lowercase letters, plus plenty of alternate characters to create an even more realistic look.
Splattersaurus Rex is a fun splatter paint font that’s bold and modern. Keep this one on hand for those urban art designs that need a pop of personality!
This handwritten, all-caps font is drawn up in a distinct graffiti style that will stand out on any street style-themed design. It looks stunning in full color and is perfect for product packaging, posters, and more.
Stendil PTx is a heavyweight all-caps font created with an authentic stencil spray-painted design. It comes in a clean version (without the spray paint texture) and a sprayed version (with the spray paint texture) so you can use the style that best fits your project.
For anyone needing a handwritten marker-style font for their street-style design, Graffiti Hipster is the best choice. The clean letters have a bold, neat appearance which gives the entire font a sharper look compared to other graffiti fonts that are more textured.
Be sure to use the additional swashes to add further emphasis to your text.
Hayword is a classic street-style font perfect for everything from digital designs to apparel designs. Keep this font in your collection for any project that needs an authentic street-style aesthetic.
Free Spray Paint Fonts
The following fonts are free fonts, and since free fonts are usually only available for personal projects, it’s important to check the license on these fonts to make sure you’re in line with the rules.
If you’d like to use one of the free fonts for a commercial project, be sure to check if a commercial license is available for purchase. Sometimes the creator of the font will have this option available!
Shotgun Wedding Font is a spray paint graffiti font that has a highly detailed splatter texture. Use it on any personal project that has a title, heading, or short phrases.
This all-caps free graffiti font follows the traditional graffiti style that we usually think of when we think of graffiti. The dripping paint gives the text an authentic urban art look.
Sick Capital Vice is an old-school free graffiti font that’s perfect for anyone looking for a free spray paint font that looks realistic. Whether you use it on a digital design or a printed design, the text will look as if it’s been directly spray painted onto your project.
This font has a slightly technological/computer-themed aesthetic with its pixelated letterform. Use it on all of your personal design projects that need a more digitized graffiti look.
Sprayerz is the perfect font if you need a basic spray paint typeface with simple, legible letters. The minimalistic style makes this font more versatile too. Keep it on hand for whenever you need a spray painted font for your projects.
Start Using These Spray Paint Fonts Today
Stencil fonts, brush fonts, calligraphy-style fonts, and more: There’s so much variety when it comes to choosing a cool spray paint font to feature in your work.
Now that you’ve discovered some of your favorites, download them and start using them in your own design projects today!