Industrial fonts for the Engineer in You
Free and premium industrial fonts add a firm, clean look to your designs.
Fonts can change the feel of your projects and designs. That’s why it’s so important to choose the right ones!
At Medialoot, we’ve put together a list of our favorite free and premium industrial fonts. These fonts bring the look of strength and iron, uniformity and roughness. More importantly, they’ll add just the right look to your next project!
Nothing says industrial like clean lines and uniformity. Facility is a long, condensed typeface that combines the best of the industrial era. With slightly rounded edges, Facility is modern and easy to read.
Based on a typeface from the 90s, Kenyan Coffee is a hybrid of stencilization and an older art deco look. The blend creates an industrial, clean font that blends into designs without being too distracting.
Designed specifically as a headline font, Evogria is contemporary and minimalistic. The clean lines of Evogria make a big impression without detracting from its surroundings.
Grammatika is a blend of Helvetica and DIN, making it the best of both worlds. With the perfectly proportionate O’s and geometric lines, Grammatika is easy to read and subtle.
You’ll have more than enough options when you download this industrial freebie. The Foregen typeface comes in six different styles, including two rough options. The variety make Foregen perfect for branding, web design, or print media.
A family of 19 font weights, Finalist Round Slab is strong and powerful, with lines that point to the industrial era. The slighted rounded edges make the font easy to read no matter what its size.
Particle is a modern, light font that is strong enough to stand on its own, but also works beautifully with other typefaces.
There’s a heavy technicality to Autobus. The thick, straight lines of the industrial font are flexible enough to be used in a wide range of designs.
Adding a little bit of vintage to their condensed, modern feel, the five weights included with this industrial pack offer more than enough options.
If you’re looking for a font that takes itself very seriously, then you’ll love Cornerstone. The freebie is all straight edges, with only a hint of the industrial era for which it was inspired.
The free version of this font comes with the Script and Sans version. While we’re a fan of both, use the Whiskey Sour Sans version to get a truly industrial-inspired feel.
You don’t just get three different weights when you purchase Industrial, you also get the matching obliques to each weight. The font, with over 450 characters, is severe and versatile.
Halogen is an all-caps font that has just enough personality to make it stand out from other more traditional options. The geometric style of font is almost an industrial and art deco combination.
In an ode to the industrial city itself, Boston is a bold, modern typeface. The font works both as a display font or for body, making it a versatile option.
There’s a certain strength in Flintstock, making it a great option for bolder, more visually grabbing headlines. But the set of four weights is simplistic enough to be used in a wide range of projects.
Holtzberg is a free industrial font with a distinctive tough and heavy look. The font was made to imitate letterpresses and stamps, making it a great option for branding.
Monument Extend makes a big impression, with its heavy lines and straight edges. The industrial font would look perfect in print or logo designs.
Even with its classic industrial stiffness, Hardstage has a personality that makes it versatile for multiple uses. With your purchase of Hardstage, you’ll get all upper and lowercase letters, glyphs, and classic symbols.
Kilowatt keeps it simple with straight lines and thin lettering. The all-caps, condensed font also has rounded corners, to make it slightly softer. The result is a font perfect for print and advertising.
The four weights and three finishes included in the Cast Iron font family all relay a toughness that was integral during the industrial era. The vast number of options you’ll get with Cast Iron will be enough for you to bring industrial looks to any future projects.
A little bit out of this world, Sputnik has a roughness to it that speaks to the grime and strength of industrialism. The premium font comes with four different font styles.
Designed specifically to serve as a display font, Pogo is sharp and tight. The easy to read font makes a big impression without being overly distracting.
Bosmark was inspired by the signs and billboards popular during the industrial era. The slightly vintage, slightly retro font comes in six styles and is ideal for signs, logos, and headlines.
Coming eight different fonts, Sumptuous is the perfect combination of art deco geometrics and industrial sturdiness. The result is a font family with beautifully spaced, straight lines.
The chunky, roughness of Maveryk make it instantly endearing and memorable. The heavier, close lettering will bring a clear industrial feel to any headline, logo, or branding campaign.
One of the best things about this freebie is that it’s condensed enough to be used for body text, but also robust enough to be used in headlines. The perfect industrial font!
While Exninja comes in both Script and Sans Serif, we’re really here for the Sans Serif option. The balanced, rounded edges and rigid lines pay ode to the industrial era that inspired the font.
Industrial fonts don’t always have to heavy and powerful. As Munich shows, some industrial fonts are light and charming, making them a balance between industrial and art deco.
The free version of Panama, Panama Light, has the balance and rigidness of regular industrial fonts. However, it also has thinner lines, making it a more subtle option for those who want to hint at industrialism.
Industrial 736 is a family of two fonts, both invoking the feel of industrialism and the spirit of that time period.
It might seem surprising that a font with the word ‘soft’ in it is considered industrial, but Cloud Soft Light has a strength to it that’s reminiscent of the industrial era.
You’ll have plenty of options when it comes to Morganite. The typeface comes with 18 different styles, ranging from Extra Light to Extra Bold.
Can’t decide between a Gothic or Industrial font? Than Industrial Gothic has your back! The typeface comes with three font styles, each offering a prominent, dramatic option for your designs.
Codec comes with an abundance of style options. The typeface has two moods, cold and warm, that can be used in nine different weights. The industrial font combines geometrics with minimalism to create a unique font experience.
There’s a vintage feel in Post Industrial that’s lacking in many industrial fonts. With this hint of another era, Post Industrial is both beautiful and convenient.
The vintage feel of Ache comes through clearly and boldly, making it ideal as a headline font. The free download includes the Bold version of the font, though you can get the Regular and Light in the premium package.