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38 free retro fonts

38 free retro fonts
There are hundreds of paid-for and free fonts available online, and we've got details of all sorts here on Creative Bloq – including tattoo fonts, cursive fonts and handwriting fonts. But for this article, we're going to focus on retro fonts. Retro designs have the ability to transport audiences back in time so it's important to choose a typeface that reflects the era that you're representing. Here, we've selected some of our favourite retro-style font designs that won't cost you a penny! 01. Noir Add a touch of elegance and style to your designs with this beautiful retro font Noir, by designer Matthias Guggisberg. 02. Created by Swiss art director Juri Zaech, Frontage Condensed is a beautiful family of retro fonts. 03. Designer Timo Titzmann is behind free retro font Say It Fat. 04. Created by designer Mehmet Reha Tugcu, Portico is a display typeface, which includes an urban and rough version – perfect for any retro-style designs. 05. 06. 07. Transport yourself back in time with Lazer 84.

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