1. Skullphabet by Skull-A-Day
Simple and bold, the “Skullphabet” font celebrates with great graphic ghoulishness.
Halloween is nearly upon us. If you’re anything like the Mashable crew, you’ve already designed your perfect pumpkin, stockpiled mounds of candy for trick-or-treaters, planned an awesome costume and organized an appropriately ghoulish gathering.
Whether you’re sending out Halloween party invites, creating homemade Halloween cards or designing posters for an eerie event, you need a suitably spooky font.
We’ve found 13 fearsome fonts perfect for All Hallows Eve, and what’s more, they’re all free for personal use. Take a look through the gallery for our spook-tastic selection. Please share in the comments any other great, gruesome examples you’ve come across.
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