Fat fonts

Searching for the perfect fat fonts that truly make your headline stand out from the crowd? Look no further than these loud and proud typefaces! A common misperception about bulky, thick, and bold text is that the message you're trying to portray will come across as shouty, when in fact you’ve really just come with a point to prove. Never be afraid to take the center stage with these adventurous and fearless true-type fonts. A website, newspaper, and magazine need a headline so loud you can almost hear it, and that's exactly what you get with these chunky serifs! Perfect for advertisements, landing pages, flyers, posters, book covers, business cards, and just about anywhere in which you need heads to turn.

The bold lettering fonts in this collection were designed with brand identity in mind. The typefaces in this collection convey a sense of strength, power, and most importantly, impact. Blocky fonts come in a range of shapes and sizes and can be used to communicate a handful of messages. The traditional chunky font is associated with thick, bold, and large lines, with straight lines and sharp corners. The bigger, the bolder, and the bulkier your fat fonts are, the more impact you will have on your audience.

a Big Deal font by wep
Godfather font by
Fat Wandals font by Mans Greback
Fat Cap font by Qkila
Fat Cowboy font by Manuel Viergutz | Typo Graphic Design
Bigfat Script font by Hendra Pratama
Fatt font by onezero
Fuego Fatuo font by Woodcutter
Fatman font by Andrew Der
Fat Tats font by Jonathan S. Harris
Big Fat Black font by Brian LaPorte
Fatso Caps font by Sam Wang
CM Big Fat Paintbrush font by Christopher Means
NY Fat font by CrazeCo.com.au
First font lower fat font by CrazeCo.com.au
Back to heavy coat fat ground font by Manuel Viergutz | Typo Graphic Design
Fat Brush WK font by hati
Fat Wobble Outlines font by Darrell Flood
DK Fat Kitty Kat font by Hanoded
Fat Shanghai font by Theophile Signard