Dingbats Roundup: 16 Incredibly Detailed, Useful (and free) Dingbat Fonts

by Jay Hilgert
on February 18, 2008

Now, before I start, not everyone is going to think these are all useful, so if you don’t ever use tree silhouettes, fine. But some of us do. Personally, I love dingbats because (most of the time) I convert them to vectors in Illustrator and use them as very large elements in some cases. All you have to do is use the font in Illustrator and then go to Type > Create Outlines, and Bam. You got yourself a vector to work with. Here are some dingbat fonts that I thought you might enjoy.

1. Geobats

Dingbats Roundup: 16 Incredibly Detailed and Useful Dingbat Fonts

12. Rose

Dingbats Roundup: 16 Incredibly Detailed and Useful Dingbat Fonts

14. Subeve

Dingbats Roundup: 16 Incredibly Detailed and Useful Dingbat Fonts

16. We Inside

Dingbats Roundup: 16 Incredibly Detailed and Useful Dingbat Fonts

About Jay Hilgert

Formally trained at Oklahoma State, Jay Hilgert is a graphic and web designer, font designer (Link), software developer (Brush Pilotâ„¢), and the founder of BittBox.

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