Harry Potter Fonts
If you are a true fan and looking for the Harry Potter font name. Although there is no official text font to download, there are a variety of fonts similar to the original that you can use freely. For all those who love to read adventures and want to transfer them to their projects, we have prepared a selection of the best Harry Potter fonts.
1. Harry P
The writing style is very similar to that used in the movie logo, as the font was based on some scanned letters from the Harry Potter books. Harry P by Graham Meade comes in one style including uppercase and lowercase, numbers, and punctuation marks. The lightning bolt that characterizes the letter “P”, is also featured in some other letters. This font is free for personal and commercial use.
2. Magic School
Magic School is another typeface inspired by the title of the movie. It features different characters from the previously mentioned font and comes with 2 styles that you can combine to create a Harry Potter font style. Magic School was designed by FontMesa and contains uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and punctuations. It also includes some currency glyphs and supports multilingual. This font is free for personal and commercial use.
3. Parry Hotter
Parry Hotter was inspired by our favorite magic trickster Gilderoy Lockhart and his autobiography. It was created by Anke Arnold and comes in one style including uppercase and lowercase characters, numbers, punctuation, and other special glyphs. This font is free for personal use only.
Other Magical Harry Potter Fonts
Apart from the title of the movie, there are a number of fonts related to the magical world of wizard apprentices and Hogwart. They can be found on or inside the covers of various books, or in the movies.
Lumos is a free font designed by Sarah McFalls and inspired by the Harry Potter books! This font was made after long unsuccessful searches for the display font used in the chapter titles of the US editions of the Harry Potter books. We’re excited to use the font and happy to share it with other fans of J.K. Rowling’s great books. This font is 100% free.
You can use only uppercase letters to simulate a more similar look to the book or use the lowercase that has some quirky variations.
Parseltongue is an original font also designed by Sarah McFalls. It was inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books. The serpentine aspects of the font and the font’s title are related to the second book of the series, “The Chamber of Secrets”. This font is free for all uses. Best used for display purposes.
Dumbledor is a family of fonts designed by Graham Meade that includes different shapes inspired by the worlds of fantasy and the Middle Ages. Some of them remind us of texts that can be found in Harry Potter.
HogwartsWizard was designed by Charles Bud Braman based on style by Connie Smiley, commissioned by Warner Brothers.
We hope you find this set of free Harry Potter fonts useful, and that you can unleash your imagination and develop your own prints.
Check out this free Disney fonts collection to expand your inventory.