Futura Light Font Details

Please see the details of the Futura Light font below. The details includes the note of the author, license type and the representation of the font in [A-Z], [a-z], [0-9] characters.

Futura Light (3997 downloads) Report

Note of the author

Futura Light is a sleek and elegant sans-serif typeface that exudes modernity and sophistication. Its clean lines and balanced proportions make it perfect for a wide range of design projects, from branding to editorial design. The light weight of the font adds a touch of subtlety and refinement to any text, making it ideal for conveying a sense of elegance and simplicity. What sets Futura Light apart is not just its timeless design, but also the fact that it is available for free download at This means that designers and creatives can easily access this versatile font without any cost, making it a valuable addition to any typography toolkit. Whether you're working on a print piece, a website, or any other design project, Futura Light is sure to elevate your work with its clean and modern aesthetic. Download it for free today and discover the endless possibilities this font has to offer.


Free For Personal Use

How to install

If the downloaded file is in zip format, extract the file

  • Windows 10/8/7/Vista: Right-click on the font files > "Install"
  • Windows XP: Put the font files into C:\Windows\Fonts
  • Mac OS X: Double-click the font file > "Install font" button.


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