Mid Century Modern Fonts Inspired by the 50s and 60s

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  1. Palm Canyon Drive

    Palm Canyon Drive

    **WANT THIS FONT IN THREE WEIGHTS (LIGHT, REGULAR, HEAVY)? Get the Deluxe version here: https://crmrkt.com/D3pmm1** --- **A Monoline Script Inspired by '40s and '50s California (with tons of EXTRAS!)** Mid-century California was a magical place. Post-war optimism fueled the popularity of everything from Hollywood to roadside diners. **Palm Canyon Drive** is a monoline script inspired by retro matchbook covers, travel postcards, Tikki bars, and Hollywood. With a classy yet unpretentious tone, Palm Canyon Drive is as comfortable on a Tikki bar matchbook cover as it is on a Hollywood movie poster. **What's Included** - Palm Canyon Drive script (OTF) - All standard alpha-numeric characters - Popular catchwords **About the Font** Palm Canyon Drive was designed by Amy Hood, co-founder of **Hoodzpah Design Co.** http://hoodzpahdesign.com/ in conjunction with RetroSupply Co. Amy Hood's work is a seamless blend of modern and retro design. Hoodzpah Design Co. has worked with all sorts of awesome clients including Google, Matchbox, The History Channel and more --- **Get 9 FREE RetroSupply products instantly including fonts, brushes, textures and more when you sign up for the RetroSupply Co. newsletter:** http://bit.ly/retro-freebies ---

  2. Milan | A Vintage Sans Serif

    Milan | A Vintage Sans Serif

    Milan is a gorgeous and classic all-caps sans serif that looks stunning in just about every context. Use it for logos, print, collage, body text, and more! It looks absolutely beautiful when paired with Minion Pro Italic (see image 3) and adds a really cool modern-meets-vintage look to any piece. --- **Includes** - TTF file - Uppercase letters - Numbers + punctuation - Non-English characters (test in the sample box below!)

  3. Jeames


    Jeames brings familiarity to the often detached extended serif genre. The curved, heavy, joints let the letters bounce along while the proportions and contrast keep your eyes grounded. This mid century inspired family of three weights is intended for large titles and display. The set includes language support, opentype fractions, and other fun glyphs. You can learn more about its development here: http://fonts.kylewaynebenson.com/the-development-of-jeames/

  4. Sylvester Typeface

    Sylvester Typeface

    Birthed from vintage signs, cigar boxes, and classic lettering, Sylvester blends a mid-century​ modern aesthetic with influences of vintage typography. **The Details** --- - All Caps typeface - Basic Glyph Character Set - OTF file format - **Special pricing. Only $15 through 02/14/17**

  5. Cobalt 27 Modernist Font Family

    Cobalt 27 Modernist Font Family

    Includes the complete family of Cobalt 27 typefaces - REGULAR, MEDIUM, BOLD, and TEXT (an alternate to Regular with shorter ascender and descenders). Bridging Eastern European with Futuristic Modernism, Cobalt 27 pays homage to the 1920's and 30's typefaces of the constructivist movement. Glyph ascenders and descenders are lengthened to create characters akin to a condensed font, allowing for more letters per line without loss of readability. Shoulders have been narrower to create optically visually same widths across all glyphs. How to use Cobalt 27 BOLD - designed for primary headers, display or larger applications. MEDIUM - to be used as in place of Bold when a lighter version is needed, or a secondary header when combined with other weights. REGULAR - Can be applied to all applications - mainly designed for lighter weight body and header treatments. TEXT - similar to Regular but with shorter ascenders and descenders where shorter leading is required. Cobalt 27 font belongs to the Cobalt 27 typeface family offering an array of different weights, alternates, and bolder headers with a total of 307 glyphs.

  6. Tipique | Mid-Century Font Revival

    Tipique | Mid-Century Font Revival

    This font looks familiar but it's not Futura! **Tipique Regular** is a carefully crafted revival of an early 1930s sans which was itself designed in the spirit of geometric Bauhaus typefaces. Like it's cousins Erbar, Futura, Spartan, Kabel and others, Tipique's original characters were originally cut in metal. But until now, no updated digital adaptation of this particular face's printed forms has been released. **Tipique has been waiting for you for 90 years!** This faithful revival excels in both retro-inspired & modern designs. Give your brand a fresh feel by using Tipique in logos, business cards and letterhead. Design inspired product & food packaging, restaurant menus and more! Experiment with select alternate cuts of G, J, M, Q, W, Y, a, e, g, i, j, r t and u (and appropriate diacritics). The included ff, ffi, ffl, ft and tt ligatures assist in typesetting longer blocks of text. **IMPORTANT EXTRA INFO:** * Need an extended license? Simply email us at [email protected] - we are happy to help. **WHAT'S INCLUDED** * Installable digital Opentype Font file, Regular weight * Basic Latin character set that includes a full set of uppercase and lowercase letters & multilingual diacritics, numbers, international currency figures, punctuation and pagination symbols * Alternate cuts for select uppercase and lowercase letters (located in stylistic sets) * Select typesetting ligatures (located in stylistic sets) * Compatibility with Adobe CS and CC, Microsoft Word and other type editing apps * 16 letter-by-letter Opentype stylistic sets, so you can enable and disable alternate cuts with maximum control **GET IN TOUCH** .............We're here to help! If you have any questions or need assistance, please DM or contact us via [email protected] **SUPPORTED LANGUAGES** Afrikaans, Alsatian, Basque, Bislama, Breton, Catalan, Chamorro, Danish, Dutch, English, Faroese, Finnish, Flemish, Franco-Provencal, French, Frisian, Friulian, Galician, German, Greenlandic, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Ladin, Latin, Luxembourgish, Malay, Manx Gaelic, Northern Sotho, Norwegian (Bokmål), Norwegian (Nynorsk), Occitan, Portuguese, Rhaeto-Romance, Romansh, Sami (Inari), Sami (Lule), Sami (Northern), Sami (Skolt), Sami (Southern), Scottish Gaelic, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Walloon and Welsh.

  7. Display Gothic 1958

    Display Gothic 1958

    A faithful reproduction of a classic pen and ink typeface from the 1950s, this 64 character font is perfect for headlines and display type. It is bold, condensed, and ready to tackle your vintage needs.



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