Worlds Fair Gothic: A New Font

Worlds Fair Gothic: A New Font

  BUY NOW         Walter Heberling was a noted sign painter, calligrapher and chronicler of the Art Deco movement in advertising in Chicago in the 1920s and 1930s.  One of his notable lettering designs was for a simplified somewhat square gothic alphabet which we have used as the basis for our new Worlds Fair Gothic font, choosing …


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Roumonde Magasin: New Font

Roumonde Magasin: New Font

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Roumonde Magasin is a new font in the vein of our Futuristic Fonts package. It has an interesting science fictional look, even though the design concept originates in France during the Art Deco period. It’s kind of ideal for Jules Verne inspired designs and the future tech fantasies found in magazines like Popular Mechanix in the …


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Bathysphere – An Subaqueous Font

Bathysphere – An Subaqueous Font

BUY NOW TRY DEMO Bathysphere is based on a sample of hand drawn poster lettering from the 1930s. It has an unusual bubbly look, which inspired the name and the choice of graphics which draw on cover art of a Bathysphere from an issue of Modern Mechanix from the 1935. Bathysphere has some elements in common with other fonts we’ve …


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Starliner: New Font

Starliner: New Font

Starliner envisions what the logo lettering for an interstellar passenger liner would look like in the Science Fiction future of the 1950s pulp magazines. Sort of Art Deco filtered through the vision of Jack Vance. It’s been a while since we’ve done a science fiction font and this one is pretty cool.


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New Font: Dahlgren

Dahlgren is a heavyweight, square shaped font which works well for titles and display uses.  Its an original design, with a standard character set and a set of outline characters.  It takes its name from the Civil War era engineer who designed the Dahlgren Gun. You can try the DEMO version of Dahlgren for free. The demo version has a …


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