If you’re craving for some tasty new fonts, The Hungry Jpeg has served up a feast with their 40 fonts super bundle. This massive collection contains loads of high quality premium fonts from some of the best designers and illustrators in the world. There’s a nice mix of styles too, from elegant brush scripts to sturdy slab serifs, and many of them even come with additional items such as illustrated ornament packs. You can get them all for just $29, but this offer is only available for 14 days.

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40 fonts super bundle

With a whopping 40 fonts on offer this super bundle gives you plenty of quality new fonts to use in your design projects. They’re licensed for commercial use too, so you’re free to use them in your client work. There’s way too many to feature in my review, but here’s a preview of some of my favourites.

Valerie by Try & Error Studio

Valerie font preview

Valerie is a hand drawn typeface made with a brush and ink. It includes a full set of uppercase and lowercase glyphs as well as a range of additional end characters to finish off words with elegant swirls.

Houden Slab by Try & Error Studio

Houden Slab font preview

Houden Slab is a beautiful retro style font with tons of added extras. It comes in four versions which can be combined to produce stylish hand lettered works of art.

Hickory by Jackrabbit Creative

Hickory font preview

Hickory is a handcrafted serif font inspired by vintage style forest services. It’s a gorgeous shabby chic style font perfect for vintage or display design, logos, posters and tons more.

No Side by Jiw

No Side font preview

No Side is a hand made brush script with attitude! This font is perfect for posters, t-shirts, logos, statements or anything else. This font even comes with bonus brushes and sprays to help achieve the grungy look.

Quincy by Connary Fagen

Quincy font preview

Quincy is a serif font family designed for comfortable reading with a bit of character. A tall x-height and medium contrast makes Quincy a good fit for body copy, captions and quotes.

Country Chic Script by Sweet Type

Country Chic font preview

Country Chic Script is a beautiful traditional country style typeface with a slight vintage twist. There’s over 100 different hand drawn characters for a range of languages and dialects.

All 40 fonts for just $29

40 fonts super bundle

40 fonts in one bundle is unheard of, but you can grab every single font in this collection for just $29. This bundle is only available for two weeks so head over to The Hungry Jpeg and grab it while you can!

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  1. Wow this is nice i love the Sugar Plums font but I am just deciding on whether to purchase this separately or the fully collection.. Also, can these be used for commercial use?

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    • They sure can Dhabi! They can be used in commercial projects but the font files can’t be redistributed. There’s an overview of the terms right down at the bottom of the page.

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  3. That was very cool fonts, I like them and will share with my designer and then we will decide if we are gonna buy this or not. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. A great collection!! How many of these are ttf? Will they download into my windows font list. I realize that some won’t.

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  6. Love the Hickory by Jackrabbit Creative font, perhaps I will buy these if I can think of a project the would be good for. Are any of these web friendly?

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