Chinese fonts

Invoke a sense of oriental tradition with these beautiful Chinese fonts. Inspired by traditional hieroglyphic characters, the typefaces in this collection were designed to put a modern spin on classic English-Chinese lettering. Featuring calligraphy style with flowing lines and precise brush strokes, as well as geometric fonts with sharper, bolder lines. These Chinese typefaces can cover all kinds of graphic design projects such as product packaging, branding, signage, posters, and flyers. These Asian fonts truly invoke a sense of tranquility, tradition, and serenity. With the help of brush-like elements, this font collection combines the Roman alphabet with a Chinese flair.

In the 19th century, Chop Suey became a popular Chinese dish in the United States. Back then, it acted as a typographical signaling beacon, and Americans used it to identify Chinese restaurants. In modern times, this particular font family has developed to be much more visually appealing, with a wide range of Chinese fonts available to us today. Inject a sense of liveliness into your designs, with fonts that connect the dots between traditional Chinese lettering and contemporary graffiti, and handwritten typeface. Many of the designs below support Chinese and mandarin, so if youíre searching for authentic Asian culture, youíre sure to find a font that fits you below.

Brushido font by Runes & Fonts
Hong Kong Hustle font by Iconian Fonts
Manga font by Pixel Sagas
Asian Guy font by Pi Luo Chiu
Kingthings Conundrum font by Kingthings
Ming Imperial font by Juan Casco
Atari Kids font by Derik Revenge
Dekiru font by Laura Luppani
Makise font by Motokiwo
HongKong font by
Maximage ZhiLong font by Maximage
Cute Line font by C-Font
Sayonara font by Intellecta Design
JLR Chinese Love Letters font by Dingbrat's Dingbats
Bushido Type font by Daiana Espósito
Chinese Calligraphy font by Jessie
Asie font by Fontage
Itsukushima Katana font by Warrock designs
Chinese Rocks font by Typodermic Fonts
Chang and  Eng font by Typearound