Here is the small list of fonts I’ve created over the years. So far all of them have either been handwritten fonts, or pixel art fonts, but I may do some more traditional fonts in the future. Currently, all of my fonts are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. That means they are free to download and distribute, royalty free, and you are free to use them in personal and commercial works. If you use them, a link to my website http://samkeddy.com/ would be appreciated.
All fonts can be downloaded on this page, or you can get them all on my dafont.com profile.
Thintel: A Little, Thin Pixel Font
I made this pixel font because I needed one for a game, but all other fonts were too fat. I wanted to fit more text per line, but still make it nice and round, and easy to read. Perfect for small pixel interfaces.
Dear Kelly: A Handwritten Font
This is a font made from my handwriting, or at least what my handwriting was like in 2011. In 2015, I’ve made a small update to this font, version 2. Don’t worry, it’s still lumpy and weird, there’s just less jaggies that were a result of the vectorization. It should look better at bigger sizes now.
Renew: A Small Pixel Font
Renew is a small pixel font, based of “Visitor” (another free pixel font). I added a few changes to make it more square, and added capital letter variations.
Samarchy: A Crazy Handwritten Font
This is a font based off the Anarchy A symbol. I found over the years it was fun to write other letters in this style, so I created this anarchy font for you to use.