Are you looking for Harry Potter font letters? In this article we show you all the font letters you can’t miss if you are a fan of the saga of the young wizard created by J.K Rowling.
Throughout the films that make up the Harry Potter saga, a number of different fonts have been used, which fans have recreated for all fans to use in personal projects.
Here’s a list of the Harry Potter-inspired font letters that have caught our attention and that if you love this magical universe you can’t miss out on.
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These typefaces are similar in style to Gothic fonts.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the typography of the Harry Potter books and films? Without a doubt it’s that lightning-bolt-shaped letter P and that distinctive H.
Harry P is the quintessential font that all Harry Potter fans look for and the one that has been used the most over the years.
Simulates the lettering used in most editions of the Harry Potter books and film series.
Whether you haven’t seen the films or read the books, this font is immediately reminiscent of the wizard with the scar on his forehead.
Harry potter font Lumos
Lumos is a spell that allows you to create a ball of light with your wand to illuminate dark places, and is also the name of this font.
It is inspired by the typeface used in some editions of the Harry Potter books in the United States.
It includes some additional symbols such as the golden snitch and a broom.
Have you seen this wizard (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban)
This typeface is inspired by the letters appearing on Sirius Black’s wanted posters in the film “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban“.
The name of this font comes from the phrase “Have you seen this wizard?”, which in English translates to Have you seen this wizard?
Its Scary Now (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets)
Remember that message written in blood on the wall in the Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets movie? In case you don’t remember, that message read “The Chamber of Secrets has been opened, enemies of the heir….. fear.”
The Its Scary Now typeface is based on the typeface used in this terrifying message.
Perfect for adding a touch of horror to your design, whether it’s for an event or for Halloween.
Educational Decree (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix)
If there is one character in the Harry Potter saga that almost everyone hates, it is undoubtedly Dolores Umbridge, the Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher in “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”, who is later appointed High Inquisitor by the Minister of Magic and who makes life miserable for Hogwarts students on more than one occasion.
Educational Decree recreates the lettering used on the “Educational Decree” posters featured in the fifth film of the series.
This font is ideal for creating your own decrees or for use in any other type of art project if you like the lettering.
UNDESIRABLE No. 1 (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows)
When “He Who Must Not Be Named” takes control of the ministry and the magical world in “Deathly Hallows”.
Harry Potter becomes the “Undesirable Number One”, which makes him a fugitive, as a very high reward is offered to the witch or wizard who captures him.
UNDESIRABLE No. 1 is the typeface based on the one that appears on the Harry Potter reward posters.
Beedle the Bard (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows)
Albus Dumbledore bequeaths Hermione a copy of the storybook “Beedle the Bard”, a collection of popular children’s stories, including “The Fable of the Three Brothers”, which is perfectly illustrated in “The Deathly Hallows”
The Beedle the Bard typeface mimics the style of the Beedle the Bard book cover that appears in the film and although it is not as faithful to the original, it does maintain a similar aesthetic and we are convinced that you will use it in one of your magical projects.
The Daily Prophet
The “The Prophet” newspaper is the quintessential magician’s newspaper, characterised by its moving photographs.
The The Daily Prophet font emulates the typeface that appears in the headlines of the copies of “The Prophet” that we can see in the different films of the saga.
Thinking of publishing your own magical news? Then this is the perfect font style for you.
It All Ends Here
“It all ends ” is what we can read on the posters advertising the films “Deathly Hallows Part 1″ and Deathly Hallows Part 2″.
It All Ends Here is similar to the typeface used on the advertising posters for those films.
Whether or not you’re a Harry Potter fan (which we assume you are), we’re sure you’ll love this font.
“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is a cinematic prequel to the Harry Potter films, chronicling the adventures of magizoologist Newt Scamander.
It is inspired by the Hogwarts universe, although the action takes place in the United States, unlike the Harry Potter saga, which is set in England.
This typeface is similar to the one used in the logo of this new saga based on the Harry Potter universe.
Without a doubt, one of our favourite typefaces in this list.
As you can see, the dragon-shaped S is simply stunning, perfect for a tattoo.
Crimes of Grindelwald
“The Crimes of Grindelwald” is the second part of the prequel “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”.
In this film we will see again one of the most beloved characters of the Harry Potter saga, Albus Dumbledore, the headmaster of Hogwarts School, only much younger, played by the great British actor Jude Law.
If you take a look at the typography of the film’s poster, you can see that while it maintains a similar aesthetic to the previous film, it is different.
“Crimes of Grindelwald” is a perfect recreation of the typeface used in the film, and includes details you’ll fall in love with, such as the elderflower wand icon.
Although this font does not correspond to any of the fonts you can find in the films, we have decided to include it because of its great appeal and because it perfectly mimics the typeface used in Harry Potter.
Can I use these Harry Potter font letters in Microsoft Word?
Once you install any of the fonts above you will be able to use them in Microsoft Word, Open Office, Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and any other program where you can use fonts.
If you want to get the most out of Harry Potter fonts, the best option is to use editing and illustration programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Inkscape, Illustrator, CorelDRAW, etc. as you will be able to apply effects and edit them as much as you want, which will allow you to achieve much more professional, creative and attractive results.
Are Harry Potter font letters free of charge?
These Harry Potter font letters are free, however, you need to be aware that as a registered trademark, you cannot use these fonts for commercial projects, i.e. where you make a profit in return.
You cannot use them to create logos for commercial use. You can use them for personal, non-commercial projects, such as crafts.
Do you know of any other Harry Potter fonts?
Tell us which is your favourite typeface and which you think looks least like the original.
If you liked this list of Harry Potter-inspired typefaces and you know of any we haven’t mentioned that you think should be on it, let us know in the comments.
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