Last Updated on May 13, 2022
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.
Best 1990s Fonts
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!
A modern, minimalist typeface specifically made for luxury, fashion, and stylish statement with its unique flair. Hanover is an all-caps 1990s font that is also perfect for creating outstanding logos, promotional content, and marketing graphics that can really grab attention from your visitors.
SPOT is a unique and modern all-caps, 1990s font for headlines, big text, branding, logotypes & display usage. This font is also perfect for creating outstanding logos, promotional content, and marketing graphics.
Dope is a unique typeface perfect for headlines, big text, branding, logotypes & display usage. This 1990s font can be an excellent choice for creating logos, promotional, and marketing graphics that can bring uniqueness and freshness.
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.
Sebastian is a playful cutout font created for quotes, greeting cards, social media posts, branding, headers, posters, merchandise, and much more. If your project or design requires a light-hearted cutout typeface, then Sebastian is for you!
Introducing Monro, a disruptive typeface with shapes inspired by the aesthetics of the 80s and 90s. Monro is an ideal typeface for large size display texts and wordmarks, its eye-catching quirky letters grab the readers attention and makes them notice the message being sent across. If you’re searching for a geometric typeface that offers versatility as well as a clean/sleek build, then Monro is for you!
11. Game Over
Misfit is a decorative display typeface heavily influenced by the 1990s punk scene. The font is perfect for posters, headlines, album covers, apparel, logos, and much more. This all caps font includes punctuation and numerals. You can mix up small and low caps to get unique combinations. Enjoy!
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?
21. Argent CF
Created by Connary Fagen, this expressive serif includes a pronounced x‑height and evocative, flowing letterforms that’s both familiar yet exciting.
22. 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!
24. 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.
26. 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!
28. 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.
29. Nineties Headliner Nostalgic Sans
Say hello to Nineties Headliner — a bold, nostalgic sans inspired by text-focused magazine ads of the 80s and 90s. The classic, text-focused design of the 80s & 90s is making a comeback, and this font looks to provide just that. With both upper and lowercase letters, Nineties Headliner works beautifully for logos or as primary header text, especially at a large scale.
30. Perfectly Nineties Nostalgic Serif
Perfectly Nineties is a beautifully nostalgic upper and lowercase typeface that looks incredible in both large and small settings as a display and body text. An awesome nostalgic serif, you can use this font on a range of different projects and not be disappointed.
31. Strippy Bold Futuristic Fonts
Inspired from the bold and loud visual statements from the 90s poster and graphic design trend, Strippy is an awesome font design that is perfect for a range of concepts. It is a real statement font and is easy to install and use on OpenType programs.
32. Nevermine Nineties Type
Introducing NEVERMINE – Nineties Type, created by ikiikowrk. Is a solid & raw condensed typeface with the unique shape of the 90s era. This typeface is perfect for an event poster, magazine cover, hipster fashion brands, t-shirts, tote bags, quotes, or the addition of stylish text overlay to any background image.
33. Wasted Youth – A Nineties Grunge Inspired Brush Font
Wasted Youth is a font in three styles including a clean-edged original, plus two additional versions drawn with inky brush and marker pen. It takes inspiration from 90s grunge bands, with a hand-made punk aesthetic that’s equally at home in music videos, album covers, horror movies and skate culture. It aims to combine the best of these popular looks into one versatile font.
Along with its unique uppercase and lowercase characters, Wasted Youth also comes with a host of custom ligatures, underlines and alternatives, along with numerals, punctuation and language support. It’s a truly flexible font that can be shaped into titles and headlines that look authentically hand-made. Try it on t-shirts, posters, stickers, movie titles, YouTube videos and more!
34. The Lied
The Lied is a fantastic new font that can be used for kids’ designs or even made edgier for a bold, strong look. The extra glyphs that combine the smaller and larger letters add a unique touch to this font and can be useful in mixing up the look of similar words. Enjoy playing around with the combos!
35. Tickerbit Retro Pixel Font
Ticikerbit pixel font is a modern pixel font that comes in 4 styles. This font is great for retro or contemporary displays. It works for headlines or body copy. Multilingual support. great for logos, editorial, clothing, and package design all with a vintage feel. This playful font works in large and small sizes. and includes monospaced, italic, and mono italic styles.