If you are going to be creating any sort of design or text for a website, magazine, or book, then you will want to know how to use some really great sharp fonts. Sharp is one of the most commonly used fonts in the world, and it comes in a variety of different styles. It can be very difficult to find a design that is not based on or includes the use of a sharp font. It is very important that you understand just what this type of font is and how you can take advantage of it when designing your web pages or even printing documents.
A lot of people get confused by the different types of fonts that are out there, because they don’t know what they are talking about. Sharp is a common font that is used in a lot of situations, especially in books. This type of font is usually notated as serif, or will be found in something like black lettering or something that has a dark background. This is just one of the many different styles that are found, so it is important to learn all of them so that you have an understanding of just what each one means. Sharp can also be written in many different styles, including hand-written and script typefaces. These two different styles will have different effects on the final product that you create.
Fonts with Sharp Points
Gilroy is a modern sans serif with a geometric touch. A younger brother of the original Qanelas font family. It comes in 20 weights, 10 uprights and its matching italics. The Light & ExtraBold weights are free of charge, so you can use them to your heart’s content.
2. FF Mark
The family contains 10 weights from Hairline to Black and is ideally suited for film and TV, advertising and packaging, editorial and publishing, logo, branding, software and gaming, sports as well as web and screen design.
A high comprehensive collection of typefaces designed to work together in a wide range of application. From delicate headlines to small text application. Branding, editorial, packaging or logos. A timeless workhorse with many possibilities.
Mont is a geometric sans serif consisting of 10 weights ranging from Hairline to Black with matching italics. It supports Extended Latin, Cyrillic and Greek — more than 130 languages all together.
The balanced characteristic of Mont with unique details, such as the pointed “t” and the prominent x-height makes it perfect for strong headlines and outstanding logos, but also suitable for long text
5. Futura PT
This is a sans serif face based on geometrical shapes, representative of the aesthetics of the Bauhaus school of the 1920s-30s. Issued by the Bauer Foundry in a wide range of weights and widths, Futura became a very popular choice for text and display setting.
6. Alloy – A Sharp Serif Typeface
Alloy is a strong typeface with pointed serifs. It has a little bit of personality and can be used for headers and body copy. This font family includes all Latin characters (including accents), numbers, special characters, and punctuation.
7. Kapra Neue Pro
Kapra Neue Pro is a younger sister of Kapra Neue – he was the #1 bestselling Grotesque Sans released in 2017 on MyFonts and grandson of Kapra. Now you really have a lot of options to choose! New family is full of everything – 96 weights contain a wide range of instances, from Condensed to Expanded, everything with rounded corners or with sharp ones. Now, font has also: small caps, cyrillic script, and old-style figures. Kapra Neue Pro is inspired by a “You And Me Monthly” magazine, published by National Magazines Publisher RSW “Prasa” in Poland, from May 1960 till December 1973.
8. BRONSON – Bold and Sharp font
BRONSON, is a playful font but wanted to be taken seriously by others. The curved body and pointy corner, create somewhat strong message, but in a silly way. It’s not a victorian font, we never going to be that serious. lighten up a bit will ya. Get Bronson ! It’s still suit perfectly for poster, games title, cartoon movie, credit title, magazine, and so on.
Futura was designed by Paul Renner and published by URW Type Foundry. Futura contains 41 styles and family package options.
10. Scary Things – Sharp & Creepy Serif
Scary Things is a sharp serif with horror & creepy vibes! This serif is so clean that will make your design pop up. This font is suitable for poster movies especially thriller & horror movies. With unique & sharp shape, this font will make your poster more stand out! You also can use this font for any design because of the versatility in this font. Also, this font support multi language. Let’s make your next halloween poster with this font!
Singolare is a contemporary geometric Sans Serif with angular terminals and a great x height. Its main feature is the style difference between the lighter and heavier weights. The more weight it gains, the higher its singularity.
12. Showbiz, sharp fancy headline font
Style included to enhance the appearance of the font. also small guide also included to maximize the usage of the font. (work in Adobe Illustrator)
13. Lemon Milk Pro
Wait no more. Meet Lemon Milk Pro™, your new go-to typeface.
After a long journey, the widely known Lemon Milk has now became pro fonts. It finally has lowercases, covering extended Latin, Cyrillic, and Greek. Moreover, developed from the original version in 2014, it is now future proof: more opentype features + variable fonts.
With such styles, this famous geometric typeface with sharp edges is perfect for every display!
Introducing Tony Tony – a clean and simple sans serif font, with sharp and smooth edges. Perfect for logo designs, headers and big or small amounts of text. It contains uppercase and lowercase characters within the 6 fonts, round and sharp edges.
Rothorn™ is a modern, minimalist geometric sans with its own personality derived for subtle design details, such as cut diagonal corners, pointed t, very small contrast and closed aperture. The letterforms give the typeface a lot of charisma, keeping a very minimal, clear and well balanced look at the same time. Its powerful and sharp shapes together with the variety of weights from Hairline to Black make it a perfect choice for headlines and branding. Generous x-height, careful spacing and distribution of weights give it a color and legibility great for long paragraphs of text.
16. Cartel Deux – Modern Bold Script
Cartel Deux is a new typeface. It’s the modern bold script and have a different style between Smooth and Sharp. Hopefully these provide some inspiration from this fonts to your graphic works and to make something awesome.
17. FF Meta
The family has 28 weights, ranging from Hairline to Black in Condensed and Normal (including italics) and is ideally suited for advertising and packaging, book text, editorial and publishing, logo, branding and creative industries, small text as well as web and screen design.
18. Deepo – Handwriting Font
Deepo is a handwriting font for deep and sharp ideas!
19. Isidora San
Isidora Sans is a new version of the bestselling font Isidora (released a year ago). The absence of terminals gives this new typeface a cleaner and more geometric look, keeping the essence and structure of the classic sans fonts of the early 20th Century yet with a fresh, clean and contemporary appearance.
Isidora Sans consists of two subfamilies of 7 weights, ranging from Thin to Black, with matching italics, giving a total of 28 fonts.
Isidora Sans is the perfect font for publishing, titles, books, magazines and corporate design. Its Alt version is ideal for logotypes, branding, packaging, and use on web and Tv. The family contains a set of 416 characters supporting 207 different languages.
20. Anima Regular
Anima is a tall and sharp font. It includes uppercase multilingual letters, alternate letters, numbers and punctuation.
Rustica draws back to the sans typeface tradition and updates it for the 21st century; we aim to go back to the humanist values without dismissing the role played by technology.It’s a GeoHumanist sans serif.
Type design looks back at its past to return with renovated strength to its march to the future. Rustica is based on a humanist architecture with the addition of the determination and precision of the geometry of the classic sans of the early 20th century.
Introducing Coleen, another classic-vintage serif from us. Built with sharp and clean shapes, suits best for headlines, space-killer, etc. Great addition if you’re into classic/vintage themed design.
23. Ridley Grotesk
Ridley Grotesk is a modern sans-serif. It comes in nine weights with matching italics, designed with powerful opentype features in mind. Each weight includes true small capitals, alternate characters, extended language support, ligatures and more. Perfectly suited for graphic design and any display use. It could easily work for web, signage, corporate as well as for editorial design.
24. Golden Arrow Classy Modern Geometric Font
Golden Arrow Classy Modern Geometric Font are designed to blend soft curves, sharp straight lines, and acute angles. Font looks amazing as alone words and as full text blocks. Also it good for bright captions and logos.
25. Visby CF
Friendly in lowercase; sophisticated in capitals. Visby CF is a geometric font family inspired by the stark beauty of the Arctic. Straight lines and sharp corners mesh with subtle humanist influences, giving Visby a blend of precision and warmth. Includes Latin and Cyrillic scripts.
26. Darkrise – Classic Font
DARKRISE inspired by some classic typeface and biker style with sharp edge. Dynamic, metal and bold, This typeface is great for logos, tittle, headline, label, tshirt, poster, etc.
Sharp was published by Identikal Collection. Sharp contains 8 styles and family package options.
28. RNS Obesa Fat
RNS Obesa Fat it’s a display fat font, plumper and chubby with a minimal counterpunch to achieve a black color for heavy compositions, completely full of curves and expressive sharp vertices makes it the perfect companion to poster design. A playful strong personality with attractive curves.
29. Coco Sharp
Coco Sharp is the newest evolution of the Coco typographic project, developed since 2013 by Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini for the foundry Zetafonts, with the help of Francesco Canovaro and Andrea Tartarelli. Influenced by vernacular grotesques sign-painting and modernist ideals, and inspired by the classy aesthetic of fashion icon Coco Chanel, Coco is drawn on a classic geometric sans skeleton but applies humanist proportions and visual corrections to key letters with the aim to create a warmer, subtly vintage texture on the page and on the screen.
30. Geogrotesque Sharp
Geogrotesque Sharp is a superfamily of seven widths and 99 styles, that puts together the work of a decade. Some design aspects has been simplified but without losing its soul, we have removed ink traps and rounded corners. This update lead Geogrotesque to another dimension, becoming more usable and less idiosyncratic. A Variable Font version is included with the family, or as a separate style. Despite being more web oriented, this new format has gained popularity in recent years, so we thought it was the right moment to launch a variable Geogrotesque. For more info visit emtype website.
31. PODIUM Sharp
inally PODIUM Sharp consist of 234 styles: from ultra compressed hairline to extra expanded heavy.
32. Sharp End
Sharp End fonts support Latin Based Languages only (see Tech Specs). Sharp End’s creation is inspired by Gothic sharpness shape but only applied to the ends of normal letters. Make the font look beautiful and elegant, look as semi-serif, as calligraphic touch or others.
Sharpe is a stylish serif typeface family.
The type has been drawn by Måns Grebäck during 2018 and 2019.
It is clear, sharp and has brave, lively letter forms but with a conservative backbone.
34. QAVO FONT
Qavo is a Classical Sans Serif Typeface. A sharp well-balanced geometric typeface, very legible and easy to use. Qavo houses a creative collection of Opentype Ligatures, which blend in beautifully with the fonts natural style and structure. Thanks for Viewing!
35. Skippy Sharp
Skippy Sharp was drawn by Skippy McFadden in 1995 and faxed to Mister Chank Diesel. Chank completed the character set, added extensive kerning and created a very friendly, informal marker handwriting font. The font is also enhanced for OpenType use with Contextual Alternates for a more natural and organic handwriting style, and true Small Caps, too.