Art-Deco Fonts


Named after the “last good year” of the classic pulp period, Thirty-Seven is a strong, bold art-deco font with a thick vertical stroke and thinner secondary strokes. Capital letters have a minor […]


Uptown is a classically-themed title-card face found in marquees and signage from the 1930s and 1940s. This is a bold, heavy face perfect for pulp-period projects. Includes full alphabet, numerics, […]

5 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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