As well as holding portfolios for graphic designers, illustrators and photographers, you’ll also find some unusual and interesting fonts available from typographers and designers kindly sharing their wares on Behance. Creating a typeface is a lengthy job so hats off to the typographers who give away their hard work for free.
Many of these fonts are display fonts, making them suitable for posters and headlines rather than body text.
Days is a display typeface available in one weight with a slightly Russian feel about it.
The Ribbon Alphabet font and its variation Tribbon, are available for free download from noupe.com. This one is not a font that can be installed on your system but rather a layered file, but you can see a short video explaining how it works on the noupe site.
And finally, get your sunglasses on for this one. Portal strips is a little hard on the eye, but it is certainly different.
From the same designer, and a little less dazzling is Portal black.
What do you think of this bunch? Do you use Behance to find fonts? Do you use it as a portfolio site for your own work?