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Here is the list of the best wide fonts in Canva for free!
Best Wide Fonts in Canva
1. Agrandir Wide
Agrandir is a contemporary serifless type family that celebrates the beauty of being imperfect. It was designed to be a brave antipode to neutral modernist fonts. The type family consists of 74 fonts: 14 weights × 5 widths + 4 extra text weights.
2. Cubao Wide
Cubao Free has three variants or widths: Narrow, Regular, and Wide. It is designed to fill words or route/destination names in a rectangular space, mostly paired with bright neon colors on black background for readability.
3. RQND Pro Wide
RQND Pro is an industrially inspired sans serif typeface with a casual and approachable appeal. RQND stems from our original typeface Reqnad Geometrik.
Liham is a wide serif typeface that replicates the clean yet handmade style commonly found in older Philippine stamps, in the hopes of paying homage to the often unseen service that postage stamps have done, and continue to do for our national identity.
Tamrin is an Arabic term for exercise, we will conduct an Islamic camp and the activities will be based on a certain theme.
Gatwick is a wide incise sans that grows in funkiness as it gains weight. Vaguely vintage and fiercely syncopated, it is the perfect choice when it comes to displaying names of kung fu movie stars, pretentious yachts, and sci-fi convention speakers.
7. Balgin Expanded
Balgin brings back the nostalgic era of the ’90s. The ’90s were a magical time – a time of the Docs, Game Boys, and Cartoon. As everything that was once old is new again, the 90s are making a comeback.
Silverfake is a new contemporary slab serif wide free font designed by Alexey Frolov a.k.a MRfrukta. The talented typography designer brings us an “old style” feeling which is expressed in the contemporary curves that make the display typeface applicable for both – retro and modern designs.
Horizon is a highly-stylized, thick, science-fiction face based on some of the signage and props from the Babylon 5 television series. Includes full alphabet, numerics, extended punctuation, and Euro. Available in regular and italic faces.
The Lastica font is a great choice to increase the prominence of your project. Although the typography is traditional, the basic elements are great.
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