Art-Deco Fonts

Alternation is a retro-chrome font is inspired from the title logo of Takara-Tomy’s Transformers: Alternity toyline. The typeface includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, and euro. It also comes available in italic…

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Bloomingworth is an art-deco typeface based on some classic advertising copy for a series of retail chain stores. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro. Includes bold and italic versions.

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Braddington is a techo/art-deco font inspired by some early science-fiction movie marquees and other pulp-era headlines. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, and Euro. Includes italic version. Version 1.70 - 10…

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Broadmoor is a classic-style art-deco font based on a wide swath of lettering from the pulp era. The name is taken from the popular resort in Colorado Springs. Includes full…

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This is a simple, rounded art-deco found based on those found in pulp-era "romantic movie" marquees. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro. Includes italic, bold, and bold-italic versions.

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A tall, ornate art-deco font based on those commonly found on marquees and advertising bills of the pulp era. Includes bold and italic versions.

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A retro-style font based on marquee lettering and pulp covers of the 1920s. Includes accent characters, full alphabet, and Euro symbol. Includes bold and italic versions.

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Clark is a smooth, bold, non-angular, largely uniform art-deco typeface designed to invoke a bit of a science-fiction feel. Includes full alphabet, extended character set, euro. Includes bold, italic, bold-italic, and hollow…

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This retro-style font is actually based on the title logo from the "Farscape" television series. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, Euro. The "dollar sign" has been replaced with the large…

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2 thoughts on “Art-Deco Fonts

    1. Jaynz Post author

      That would best quality as custom work, and about three hours (I’ve never added Greek letters specifically to a font before. Some of the time will just be looking up the blocks to add and the glyphs that I would need!) I would probably have to ask for about $85 to get it done, though it would include a free Registration for you, of course.

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