35+ Phenomenal Gothic Fonts
Gothic fonts are considered as sans serif typefaces. If you are wondering what serifs are, they are the cross strokes that can be seen at main stroke ends of a letter. A Gothic font has a comparatively uniform stroke weight.
There are different kinds of Gothic fonts and they are sometimes referred to as block letters or sans serifs. Gothic should not be mistaken for black-letter or Old English typefaces.
Gothic was the term that was used by American type founders. At present, the term is used more rarely in English although it still enjoys a lot of popularity in Japan. The word was thought to have originated from architectural definition, which means a style that is neither Greek nor Roman.
Gothic fonts can be found all over the internet. Free Gothic fonts can be downloaded and used by designers from various websites for their projects. If you are looking for a free Gothic font, it could require a lot of time and effort though. To help you, I have compiled a list of more than 35 Gothic fonts for your perusal.
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