Fonts For Editorial Design

Our Fonts for Editorial Design

A good typeface makes a good magazine. Stylish, modern magazines need to pay attention not only to the contents of the magazine, but also to its aesthetic properties. That’s where using the right fonts come into play. Just think about some of the most famous magazines out there. They usually use a distinctive font for the logo, something which everyone will recognize and that defines its look. One classic example is Vogue. Using a good font makes a statement and can set the tone for your magazine, even serving as something that makes it stand out against the other options on the rack. If you’re editing and designing a magazine, whether it’s the cover or the pages inside, you need a quality font. And when you’re looking for the best fonts for editorial design, Blaze Type will have what you’re looking for. Our large and rich selection of fonts for editorial design contains many designs suitable for magazines, journals and other editorial ventures.

18 Styles
A modern serif with playful features
Variable font
New update !

Fautive

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48 Styles
Beautiful contrast from Condensed to Extended
Variable font
New update !

Nuances

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60 Styles
The norse font family
Variable font

Surt

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10 Styles
Beautifully Sharp & Elegant!
Variable font
New update !

Silvana

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26 Styles
The battle between Light and Dark
Variable font
New update !

Apoc

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80 Styles
Construction inspired font family
Variable font

Slussen

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88 Styles
Architecture Font Family
Variable font
New update !

Area

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16 Styles
The Monospace version of Slussen!
Variable font
New update !

Slussen Mono

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15 Styles
The Knight Typeface
Variable font
New update !

Sigurd

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8 Styles
The Stencil Slussen!
Variable font
New update !

Slussen Stencil

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26 Styles
A classic when it comes to text & display layouts!
Variable font

Inferi

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12 Styles
Designed to Rule!
Variable font
New update !

Rules

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1 Style
BLZT Blackletter

Emeritus

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14 Styles
A tribute to Marseille!
Variable font

Massilia

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24 Styles
Most elegant. Most eloquent.
Variable font
New update !

Joly

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12 Styles
Contemporary geometric sans
Variable font

Mack

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36 Styles
The witch font
Variable font
New update !

Oroban

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10 Styles
Rooted with geometric sans
Variable font
New update !

Osmose

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2 Styles
Songs of the Last Battle

Armag

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48 Styles
THE TITAN FONT FAMILY!
Variable font

Arges

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12 Styles
Mono font evolving in a single square
Variable font
New update !

Square

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1 Style
Inline & Outline Font!
New update !

Swirl

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2 Styles
SUPERB DISPLAY FONT FAMILY
Variable font

Zoo

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1 Style
Rythm across all type layout!
New update !

Dudler

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1 Style
The Sea Giant Typeface
New update !

Taklobo

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3 Styles
A modern blackletter typeface family!
Variable font
New update !

Sapfir

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1 Style
As dark and legible as a font can be!
New update !

Darker

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1 Style
The Darshanide Font!
New update !

Khalos

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12 Styles
WIP
Variable font
New update !

Grammar

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High-Quality Fonts For Editorial Design

When you choose to buy a fonts for editorial design instead of using a free option, you not only get something exclusive and more unique, but you can also expect a font of much higher quality. This is especially true when you pick a font from Blaze Type. Our fonts including neo grotesque font, condensed sans serif fonts, and heavy metal typeface have been carefully designed to look good in all media, including print, digital, apps, websites, social media and more. They also come with a large selection of alternates, symbols and glyphs to accommodate all texts and tastes.

Font Packs For Editorial Design

Choosing one of our font packs gives you instant access to a selection of 26+ fonts at a preferred price with reduced bundles of varied fonts. With font packages that include display fonts and fonts suited for body text, our packs make the perfect choice for anyone working in editorial. A new font is excellent but getting over 20 new fonts at once is even better and serves as a great basis for editorial design.

Custom Editorial Design Fonts

One of the main reasons designers buy editorial design font is to get access to a font that is less commonly used and will help their design stand out compared to designs that all utilize the same few free fonts. But of course, buying a font doesn’t guarantee that it won’t also be bought by others. If you want a font that helps your magazine look unique and professional, or if you can’t find any fonts available that perfectly fit your vision, we can help you bring it to life. We work with many high-profile clients to design custom fonts according to their specifications and achieve something that perfectly fits your style. Become a trendsetter and make a statement with a font that’s entirely yours, contact our team for a custom typeface.

Licensing Made Easy With Our Editorial Design Typefaces

When you choose Blaze Type, your font license for commercial use will cover everything you want to use your font for. That means no more complicated or limiting licenses or worrying about what’s included in your license. Buy one of our fonts for a one-time fee and you’ll be free to use it in your editorial ventures in whatever ways you wish.