This font assemblege is comprised of sans serif fonts with tall arms and wide stems, giving them a strong and striking appearance. They are fitting in situations where the designer wants to convey modernity and make a bold impact, such as in headlines and displays that crave attention.
1. Bebas Neue
2. League Gothic
Made by the open source type movement group The League of Moveable Type, this font is a remake of Alternate Gothic No.1 by Morris Fuller Benton.
3. Mentone Semi Bold
Craftily produced by the "mad scientists" at Haiku Monkey, Designation is an open source font that’s sleek and has an air of modernity.
5. Resonance Bold
Resonance Bold has remarkable curves inspired by the 70′s era. Designed by Jim Ford and based on type designs by Phil Martin, the font is fun and light-spirited.
Designed by Canadian type designer Jaley Fiege, Patagonia is a 19th-century-inspired display face that works well when used in smaller-sized headline copy.
7. Oblik Bold
Oblik is a large, modern and sophisticated font by Tour de Force Font Foundry. Striking curves denote the unique characteristic of this sans serif font.
Aerohop is a sans serif font also produced by Alec Julien’s font foundry, Haiku Monkey. This font is contemporary, powerful, and works well in headline copy.
9. Capricorn OSF Black Ltd
Update: This font is no longer free.
Capricorn is a compact and strong font designed by California-based German designer Jens Gehlhaar. The font works well in magazine headlines.
Crafted by graphic designer Matt McInerney for The League of Moveable Type, this sci-fi inspired font is an excellent alternative to Eurostile or Bank Gothic.