Tall fonts are some of the best in the catalog. They're the ones you want to use for headlines when you are looking to make those beautiful newspaper layouts. They're also those fonts you might want to be testing out for those new blog layouts. Some of the fonts below can be used commercially but in most cases, they are free for personal use. Check the details of each font if you want to know if you can embed them as part of your site for headlines. I hope you enjoy this list of tall fonts which inspire you in your latest creative work. If you have ideas for more tall fonts that you'd like to see listed, please feel free to email me.
1. Movies Tall Font
The Movies font was created in 1999 by Edward Leach. It stands out from other tall fonts, based on its eye-appealing typeface characterized of a tall design. The font has both tall and thin features, with its 52 characters. Just like its name, the movie font is appropriate for developing movie and poster texts. Consequently, the font is not for commercial use but it can be free on various personal projects.
2. Infrared Font Family Font
This font was designed by Zdenek Gromnica. Its creation was inspired by Ultraviolet's movie poster font. Its common features include Caps only, which comes in 4 styles, namely; Regular, Bold, ExtraBold and Black. The font is purposely created for non-commercial use only. Thus, this beautiful typeface can be used in designing a logo or a great title. Many text writers use it for developing advertisement copy or for short to medium bodies of text, because of its Caps orientation.
3. Monument Valley Font
This is a great tall font, which has a modern design that can be used in different types of projects. The typeface is going to be displayed in headlines and will most likely be noticed a lot. The upper case format utilizes a minimum amount of curvature in the lettering. The spacing is standard for the scripting and the lettering is quite formal. It would be appropriate for banners and project titles.
4. SkarpaLT Font
This typeface was initiated by AgaSilva. It is available for personal as well as, commercial use. should you require it for the latter, then it would be best to contact the designer. The lettering is slanted but there is standard spacing and minimal curvature for the scripting. It would be best used for bulletins, ads and particular banners when it comes to the commercial front.
5. Heathergreen Regular Font
The font is one of the more diminutive tall fonts considering the rest are mostly upper case, which causes the discrepancy in perspective. The scripting is nonetheless quite formal whereby there is minimal curvature and frills outside the lettering. The spacing is also standard and the lettering follows particular structures for each of the letters.
6. Breve Font
This is one of the more artistic tall fonts. The letters are not cursive so there is no link between them so they are quite artistic. There is some curvature to the letters, which accentuates the artistic nature of the script. It also seems that the top horizontal levels of the script tend to be level as compared to the bottom parts. There is a standard spacing between the letters.
7. Dk Sleepy Time Font
This is a lightweight typeface with an entertaining design displaying well for headlines and other bulletins within the entertainment industry. This font may be used for personal projects without particular requirements. It should also be used for commercial purposes though you ought to first check with the designer if this is a need. The font features formal spacing and the uppercase letters are much more emphasized as compared to the other letters. There is also a slight slant of the script to the right some playful posturing of the capitalized letters. Depending on the background for this particular scripting, this can be used for a Broadway special or a commercial.
8. Gladifilthefte Font
This is one of the more typically tall scriptings with a bold design. This typeface is available for both the commercial and personal projects according to the needs of the individual. The uppercase format is not that different from the rest of the lettering. There is a formal curvature setting of the letters, which is moderate. The script is not cursive and there is a simplistic attitude to it. There is a very slight slant and the letters are relatively high in their profile settings. There are horizontal accentuations at the bottom of the lettering, which aids the artistic feel of the font. This lettering can be used for bulletins and various posters.
9. Caledo Font
This is a great font with a tall design, first initiated by Bastien Sozoo. The script employs strictly upper settings where the letters are not that tall but their thin width emphasizes the height in general. The horizontal strokes of the letters are almost invisible as well, considering how thin they are. This makes some of the letters almost seem illegible. There is minimal curvature though and the spacing is set to the standardized level. This font would do great for scenarios of movie titles and credits or magazine page headings because of the rigid yet artistic format of the script.
10. Deutschlander Font
The Tall Dark and handsome Deutschlander is going to provide you with one of the cleaner tall typefaces to insert when space is limited. There is a vertical nature to this condensed type of sans serif, which adds real estate to the logos and subtitles. You can add Deutschlander to the bottom of such things like advertising projects, credits or any location where there is a need for display typography. European accents, basic Latin, extended versions of Latin, European accents and punctuation are some of the other things which are to be included. Some of the additional characters, marks and languages can be added but this is after consulting the owner. There are two particular stylistic sets, fractions, and alternate characters, which are available considering the OTF attributes. The italic version may also be included if purchased for commercial usage.
11. GardenPartySans Font
This is a great script with detailed design attributes. Each of the uppercase lettering has a beautiful flower decoration, which makes it look better than the others. these are some of the frills, which set it apart from some of the other fonts. The lettering also has a minimal amount of curvature considering there is cursive elements. Each letter has standard spacing from the next and there is a relatively large profile for the lettering. This makes for a combination of both simple and elegant structures.
12. Seedy Motel Font
The link represents exactly what it suggests. The script is uppercase and thick whereby the internal shading of the lettering varies slightly from black to white. There are also black small stripes within the letters that help to accentuate the intended meaning. The spacing is standard as well. This does not ascribe to the normal tall font profile considering the letters are much thicker than expected for such a font.
13. Banana Yeti Font
The scripting for this font is more stylistic than expected for the typical tall font. There is vastly more curls and curvature for the model. The other thing is the upper case structure for the capitalized lettering is more pronounced and curved as compared to the other letters. They are also thick which takes away from the perspective of a tall font. The lettering is cursive because of the linkage between the letters from the second to the last letter.
14. Flamenco Font
This font was made by Latino Type. The font is widely described as a semi-serif slab typeface. Its creation was inspired by the bird (flamenco). The font is characterized with long ascenders and descenders where its elegancy and a classic touch is borrowed from, additionally, its monolinear humanist structure and rounded terminals give it a kind and smooth feeling. The font consists of two styles, namely; Flamenco Regular and flamenco Light. These styles have a total of 227 characters each. Flamenco font family is licensed under the SIL Open Font License (OFL). This means that the font can be used for both personal and commercial use.
15. Homegirl Harvest Font
This font was created in 2013 by ajb926. The uniqueness of this typeface can be identified based on its sparking irregular character design. It has a single version; Version 1.0 with Basic Latin as its Unicode block. Subsequently, the font consists of 102 glyphs count and 99 characters, with a medium weight. It also consists of both uppercase and lowercase letters.
16. Bri-Wildflower Caps Font
This is an all caps typeface, which was created in 2015 by Sabrina Schleiger. Its name; Wildflower Caps comes from the family of all caps version of Fields of Wildflowers Font Family. It was designed in such a way that Latin Extensions were included in order to ensure it supported most European Languages. The font’s Version is 001.000; it has 679 glyphs, with 323 characters. Bri-Wildflower Caps font is what can be described as a True Type.tt, its licensing is for both personal and commercial use, however with the latter, and there is need for purchasing of license.
17. Men in Black Credits Font
This font was designed by Filmhimmel in September 2004. This stunning typeface with a creative design belongs to the category of fancy fonts. This tall font stands out thanks to the contrast between the uppercase letter and the rest of the characters; the total number of characters being 64. This font family is licensed under the SIL Open Font License (OFL); making it free for personal and commercial use. This is one of the more conspicuous typefaces with a creative design. The tall font is evident because of the contrast between the upper case and the rest of the characters involved. There are no other frills but the lettering is formal though apart from this aspect. This was first used as part of the movie credits, for the movie, ‘Men in Black’ with the star frills. This one can be used for instances of bullet journals and impromptu headlines.
18. Tall Films Font Family Font
This font was created and designed by GemFonts. The font category of this font is both Sci Fi, and Sans Serif. The font is categorized into six styles. These styles include; Tall films regular, tall films fine, tall films fine oblique, tall films oblique, tall films expanded, and tall films expanded oblique. These styles comprise of 217 glyphs / 223 characters each. These characters stem from Unicode character ranges such as Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (96), Latin Extended-A (5), Latin Extended-B (1), Spacing Modifier Letters (2), General Punctuation (15), Mathematical Operators (1), Letterlike Symbols (1), and Currency Symbols (1). Its uniqueness stems from the aspect that it is a downloadable lightweight typeface with a tall design. The Tall Films is licensed under custom GemText.txt within zip-file tall-films.zip and thus it can be used for both personal and commercial use.
19. November Sky Demo Font
This font is an art deco font, which was created by Runes & Fonts in 2013. This type of family has only regular and bold version, belonging to the category of Retro. The font is characterized with regular weight, Version 1.001 and 85 numbers of characters, and a direction of only strongly left to right glyphs inclusion of neutrals. Since it is a demo, its licensing is free and hence, it can be free for personal projects.
20. Digital Kauno Font
This font was created in 2002 by Fenotype under the category of Handwritten. The version of this tall font is Macromedia Fontographer 4.1 18.11.2002, with its Unicode being basic Latin and General Punctuation, and also it consists of 78 characters. The font is appropriate for text writers especially teachers teaching in Early Years classes at school to teach handwriting. The font has a free personal and commercial license, which gives its clients permission to use it in just about any project.
21. Armor Piercing Font
This typeface was designed by Blambot Fonts under the category of Decorative or Comic fonts. its simplicity in lettering makes it seem to be the most effective in joined cursive lettering. Its creation was inspired from part of Blambot's Sound Effects Collection and words like BLAM! And AAAAAARGH! The font is categorized into Armor Piercing regular and armor piecing italic. The font is licensed under the SIL Open Font License (OFL), thus making it a freeware for independent comic book creation and non-profit use only.
22. Nerdproof Font
Nerdproof is a script, various font designed by Pizzadude. The font is licensed as Free for personal use. The font consists of 104 glyphs / 108 characters. These characters emanate from the following Unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (87), Latin-1 Supplement (10), Spacing Modifier Letters (3), General Punctuation (6), Currency Symbols (1).The font is licensed under the SIL Open Font License (OFL), hence the font can be downloaded and used freely for personal projects. However, those clients opting to use it for commercial projects, they are required to refer to the license file by contacting the designer directly.
23. Ice-cream Soda Font
This font was created in 2005 by Fenotype. The font contains Unicode’s’ such as Basic Latin, Latin-1 Supplement, Latin Extended-A, Latin Extended-B, Spacing Modifier Letters, Greek and Coptic. It has a total of 204 characters. It is attributed to one style which still uses its name; ice-cream soda. Currently this font is licensed as a Demo; this means that it is free for personal usage.
24. VTKS SABONETE Font
This font was made by Douglas Vitkauskas in 2009. It belongs to the category of Fancy fonts, and uses the format of TrueType (.tff), 1 style, with a total of 52 characters. The font is licensed under the 1001Fonts Free For Personal Use License (FFP). The font is mostly used by text writers to display heavy handwritten Halloween texts.
25. Yonder Font
This font has undergone a series of revolutions whereby a new design of yonder, referred to as Yonder Recoil; twin-line techno font was designed to redraw it with more precision and a more interesting vertical split on some letters. Text writers prefer to use Yonder font in creating awesome text-based images and logos, which result in producing texts of different colors and hundreds of text effects. This font’s licensing is free and referred as a desktop license thereby allowing it for free commercial use. Thus, it can be downloaded and installed the font on a computer and use it to create web graphics, posters, game graphics, videos, t-shirts, signs, logos and more.