Fonts say a lot about the mood you want to communicate, formal or informal, serious or just casual fun. Every font has something to say, which is why a cool-looking font can really add to any statement you want to make in a poster, print, or anywhere else.
A Western Font has an international appeal and appears the same across countries, so it is a good choice for messages that are meant to reach as many people as possible.
How you play with the look of a font can depend on what you want to say. If you want to keep the tone formal, go for a regular style font that remains uniform throughout. With this regular font as the base you can try variations like strokes through the centers of letters, cool shadow effects to make the letters look raised, or a pattern of dusty specks for a cool effect. If you are using a Serif font a play of geometry is a good idea. You can go for a font that look very abstract in its play with circles, semi-circles, squares and triangles. You can also choose highly decorative fonts with curves, arches, and delicate patterns. Try playing around with the edges of fonts for a fresh new look, by adding bumps to the outlines,or getting them to curve inward. Stylish and bold, Western fonts are a very popular category of fonts used in design.
This Serif font drawn in black gets an arty touch with a sprinkling of dusty specks that lighten some of the black shades.
Styled with pretty ornamental leafy patterns in the letters this font looks a lot like a formal nameplate.
Narrow Western Font
The letters in this Western font sit quite close together with small light specks in the letters adding an arty effect.
Metal Western Font
The pattern of dark and light lines gives this font a raised effect like it’s engraved on metal. Note the decorative waves outlining the letters.
The Serif style gets a dramatic expression in this font with lots of thick squarish shapes adding to the bold effect.
Tease Out Western Font
Thick letters with a minimum pattern of specks makes this Western font. Note the peak shapes jutting out of the letters for a bold graphic look.
Stylish Western Font
This font combines Serif style and thick brush strokes look for an amazing effect. Note how the lines of the capital letters have a thicker edge compared to the rest.
Pot Holder Font
The bottom decorative curvy part of each letter seems to be the holder for the top of the letter in this traditional style font.
Plank Western Font
Drawing on wood planks for inspiration, the letters of this font look much like rugged wood planks arranged together.
With knobbly bits shaped like axles this bold font has a rough look that is heightened by big dusty specks.
Strong Western Font
Dramatic rounds and thin straight lines with prominent Serif style are the high points of this elegant Western font.
Dressy Western Font
Styled in a raised and ornamental design with curves this is a great font to use on traditional formal occasions.
The style of this font reminds of a wet street with cycle tracks. Note the uneven track lines inside the letters adding to the rough feel.
Rose Thorn Font
Styled with rose thorn like shapes jutting out of the letters, this is an elegant Western font.
Faded Style Font
The slightly faded bits in the letters add to the style of this Western font while the ‘E’ gets a strong rubout making it look incomplete and cool.
Neon Ripples Font
Ripples can create interesting effects in fonts. Check out this bold Western font with thick lines with a slight ripple effect.
The up and down rhythm of the letters makes them look like they are dancing in a Christmas mood while the star-shaped dot of the ‘i’ adds the perfect finish.
With stripes down the middle much like trackpants this Western font has a fun sporty feel.
Nail Down Font
Styled like wood planks nailed down, this rather cool font can be used for a fun and casual expression.
Spread Out Font
With large letters spread out over a wide area this Western font looks especially good on headings and announcements.
Half Cookie Font
This font has a very unusual look that comes from the look like it’s been nibbled upon on different sides.
Velcro Cut Font
The slices through the center of the letters breaks up the solid look of this font. Note the completely solid ‘O’ and how it balances the other letters.
Curved Western Font
The slightly curved in shape of the letters gives this font a beautiful style. Note the gentle bumps marking the Serif parts.
Swallow Tail Font
The letters of this font with their curves and arches look rather like the split shaped tail of swallows. Especially note the split-tailed ‘S’ in this font.
Light Shadow Font
Very bold and thick shapes with a light shadow is the high point of this font. Check out the stylish bumps in the letters.
North Star Font
Straight and angular lines make the letters of this font look most frame-like while the star shapes add a special sparkle.
Styled half in black and half in white, the letters of this font come with small dots inside that look really cool with the shadow style.
Cross Through Font
Slightly uneven shapes add to the rhythm of this font while the bold short stroke through the center of each letter gives it a unique style.
Net Style Font
The bold outlines of this font go well with the delicate etched pattern of lines inside each letter.
Penguin Wing Font
Styled with gentle curves in the Sefi areas the specialty of this Western font is in the branch like shape sticking out from each letter.
Graphic Design Font
An innovative pattern of circles, semi-circles, and triangular shapes marks this bold geometrical Western font.
Double Line Font
This narrow font gets a double line through the middle of each letter for extra style. Note the sharp angular rise of the letters.
Free Space Font
The breaks within the letters gives plenty of breathing space to the bold black style of this Western font.
Go Slow Font
A mix of sharp angles and curves in the narrowly spaced lettering makes this an interesting Western font.