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The decade of the ‘Generation X’, the 90s were all about MTV music, iconic sitcoms, and the beginnings of a digital era. Everything seemed fun, fresh, and fast. Still, summers were all about cycling down suburban roads and watching cartoons on weekends. It was a fast-paced mix of what’s new and what was.
Was it the best decade? Perhaps. But everyone can agree that today, the 90s vibe is sought-after for its nostalgia and fun characteristics. Bring back the good decade in your projects with these cool 1990s fonts.
20 of the Best 1990s Fonts
1. Game Over
Inspired by the low-res bitmap lettering from early computer devices, this 8-bit font by Inspirationfeed is as every bit fitting in logos, headlines, prints, posters, icons, and more.
2. Argent CF
Created by Connary Fagen, this expressive serif includes a pronounced x‑height and evocative, flowing letterforms that’s both familiar yet exciting.
3. Modern English Crooked Typeface
This stylized and distorted typeface is a quirky addition to your designer’s toolbox. Best when enlarged, use it for headlines, logos, labels, and more!
5. Bright Colorful Children Alphabet
ExpressShop brings to you this vibrant, multi-colored typeface that’s sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face. Featuring 26 JPG, PNG, and EPS files, it’s a nice addition to kid-inspired works and designs.
This smooth, casual typeface from Konstantine Studio is a fun retro tribute to everything 80s and 90s. Use it on social media, branding, or packaging designs for its versatile and beautiful lettering.
7. Leutner Font
Totally unique and out-of-this-world, this hypnotic geometric gem from RetroSupply Co. was inspired by late 20th century design but without the cheesy tribute. Use it on your sci-fi, modern, or vintage projects for that magnetic vibe.
8. Samson Typeface
If you’re on the lookout for something fun yet simple, look no further than this cute sans by MikeHill. Available in 4 styles (Regular, Italic, Alt, Outline), it’s a nice addition to anyone’s toolkit.
10. Steamed Hams Font
No it’s not food – but it looks tasty enough to eat thanks to this font’s two unique styles that can be used on their own or layered to create yummy looks. Made by Denise Chandler, the set also includes cute doodles!
11. Truant Font
This font will be your new best friend with its playful characters and alternate letters. Relive good old school days in your personal or commercial projects using this gem.
Explore possibilities in this high impact display font from The Artifex Forge. Created with stylized, round-ended lines that appear to be in motion, this font is ready to take on the stars!
14. Kingfisher Layered Font
Save yourself the time and effort when it comes to recreating those lovely vintage projects. This layered typeface from Java pep is everything you need for that picture-perfect retro design.
15. Totally Tubular Font
16. Starlit Drive Signature Font
Sam Parrett brings to you this irresistibly charismatic typeface that’s all about swift strokes and authentic dry textures in 2 styles. Don’t be afraid to take it for a spin today.
17. Retro Kiddo
Feel like a kid again thanks to Elena Choo and this vector alphabet you can easily customize to fit any concept you have in mind. Plus with 2 decorative geometric backgrounds, the game is never over – even when the 90s has ended.
18. Electric Dreams Font Duo
Nicky Laatz proudly offers this font duo consisting of a natural signature style typeface, plus a solid sans serif. Great together or when used by themselves, it will look stunning on branding, editorials, and web projects.
19. Childish Reverie Font
Keep it fun when you use this playful font that’s bursting with personality! Featuring doodles to add in your designs, download it today to help you kickstart something awesome.
20. The Ultimate 90s Font Pack
In search of the ultimate 90s collection? Then get your hands on this set that has everything – from bubbly fonts to colorful typefaces. Buy it today and receive an exclusive font thrown in just for kicks. What more could you ask for?