Free Dinosaur Fonts

Add a little dino-mite to your designs with these fonts

Who doesn't love dinosaurs?

While you're here, explore the four categories of cool and free dinosaur fonts: 

  • Dingbats – Each character is a picture of a dinosaur.
  • Letterbats – The dinosaurs take the shape of the letters.
  • Dinglets – Each letter or number is accompanied by a dinosaur picture.
  • Text Fonts – No dinosaurs, but the fonts make a nice accompaniment to your dingbats.

Some of the fonts listed are for personal use only, which means you can't use them in projects you're going to sell or as part of your business logo, but it is fine to use them in personal greeting cards and coloring pages.

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Dinosaur Dingbats

Dinosaur Dingbats
© J. Bear

A dingbat is a font composed entirely of pictures. It's like clip art in a font. The fonts are in black and white, not color. To get colorful fonts, you color each character in your favorite graphics program.

  • 101! Color Fill DinoZ consists of 30 funny-scary dinosaur characters. As the name implies, they're perfect for coloring. Personal use only.
  • 101! Cute DinoZ has 29 nicely drawn cartoon dinosaurs, standing, sitting, lounging around, as dinosaurs do, you know. Personal use only.
  • Ding-o-saurs features silhouettes of 45 dinosaurs and reptiles. Realistic shapes but nothing's stopping you from coloring them all crazy. Personal use only.
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Dinosaur Letterbats

Dinosaur letterbats
© J. Bear

Who knew dinosaurs were such contortionists? Watch them twist themselves into the shapes of the alphabet. Sometimes it takes two dinosaurs to make a letter.

  • Lost World consists of 26 detailed characters forming A-Z. You need to use these at large sizes for best appearance. Color them in your graphics software for some awesome clip art. Commercial use is allowed.
  • KADinosob features cute stylized dinosaurs forming A-Z. Could make nice drop caps in a dinosaur-themed newsletter. Lowercase is a slab serif font. Commercial use is allowed.
  • KADinoslay is a slanted font in the style of KADinosob. Lowercase is a slanted slab serif font. Commercial use is allowed.
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Dinosaur Dinglets

Dinosaur Dinglets
© J. Bear

With each of these fonts, you have a font with letters and sometimes numbers. Each one is adorned with or accompanied by a picture of a dinosaur. Some, such as BillyBear's Dinosaurs are identical, while others have changing dinosaurs.

  • DinosBeeline features letters and numbers made of closely grouped leaves with a different dinosaur beside or wrapped around the letter. These look best at large sizes to appreciate the details. Some punctuation is included.
  • LMS Conradasaur takes its name from the author's dinosaur-loving nephew. Each blocky letter includes one of three stylized dinosaurs. Color them for best appearance. Personal use only.
  • Billy Bear's Dinosaurs is an outline of a dinosaur with a character inside.
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Dinosaur Text Fonts

Dinosaur Text Fonts
© J. Bear

No real or cartoon dinosaurs here, but these fonts have something of that dino feel to them. At least, the author gave 'em a dinosaur name. Use them at display type sizes for your dinosaur-themed greeting cards, birthday banners, and web pages.

  • Jurassic Park takes its name and style from the well-known dinosaur movie. Personal use only.
  • Dinosaur has uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers that look like the armor seen on the backs of some dinosaurs. The font includes handwritten punctuation too. Commercial use is allowed.
  • Dinosaur Jr is a handwritten font with upper and lower case letters, numbers, and some punctuation. Aside from the name, it isn't clear why it's a dinosaur font, but why not. 
  • Dinosaur Skin is supposed to look like, well, dinosaur skin. You decide. Commercial use is allowed.
  • Caveman features letters carved out of stone, caveman style. Hey, you know​ that man and dinosaurs didn't really coexist, but that didn't stop the Flintstones from having dino buddies.