Last Updated on January 21, 2022
Just before World War I, a style that’s a mix of geometric shapes, bright colors, and superb craftsmanship appeared in France. It was then swept the world over to become known as Art Deco. From architecture, jewelry, art, fashion to everyday objects, people became enamored with this unique concept.
Even during the Great Depression, it has managed to keep itself alive thanks to new materials such as chrome plating, stainless steel, and plastic. One will later describe this style as contradictory: a wish to be opulent yet modern, practical but decorative.
Today, Art Deco is still synonymous with luxury, glamor, and a hope for technological progress. Wishing you could add this look and feel to your artworks? Then browse through this collection of the most beautiful Art Deco fonts.
Beautiful Art Deco Fonts
1. Borest Typeface
Borest is a carefully crafted, Roman sans serif, art deco font with a versatile and luxurious feel suitable for invitations, covers and titles, and so much more.
Fonseca is a modern sans serif art deco font inspired by early 20th century typography. Features 8 weights, 345 glyphs, and stylistic alternates and ligatures in 7 languages.
3. Fonseca Rounded
Fonseca is a modern sans serif art deco font inspired by early 20th century typography. Features 2 weights, 328 glyphs, and stylistic alternates and ligatures in over a dozen languages.
Gatsby – Art Deco Font is a unique typeface for headlines, big text, branding, logotypes & display usage. This all-caps typeface comes with 4 styles best for creating outstanding logos, promotional content, and marketing graphics.
Mourich Elegant Serif is an Art Deco font with 2 styles in an all-caps/small caps format. Features over 500 glyphs, ligatures, stylistic alternates, and swashes.
Genesis is a condensed art deco inspired typeface. This font exudes character while remaining useful thanks to a restrained style and modernized construction. With over 50 ligatures, you can be certain that Genesis is versatile and pleasant to use. Excellent for branding, headlines, magazines, print, books, and much more.
7. NovaDeco Type Family
In search of something timeless for your branding projects? Types and Boats brings to you this amazing typeface that comes in 4 weights: Light, Medium, Bold, and Extra Bold for the perfect contemporary addition to any editorial or ad concept.
8. Metropolis Typeface
Tugcu Design Co. proudly presents this art deco-influenced font that captures the classic beauty of that decade. And with more than 50 art deco ornaments as well as 3 gold textures, it’s a must-have in every designer’s arsenal.
Make stunning retro designs and themes in a snap with help from this bundle by ochaya designs. Featuring 4 families, 4 weights, and 4 styles, they all total a whopping 22 different variations to use in logos, posters, menus, headlines, labels, branding, and more.
10. Trindle Sans
Travel back to the Art Deco scene when you grab this 10-font family by Studio Buchanan. This blast-from-the-past meets modern strokes to create one of the most versatile typefaces you will ever own – perfect for body copy or for high-impact headlines.
12. Minerva Typeface
Tugcu Design Co. brings to you super elegant font that can be as mysterious as you want it to be. Available in Regular and Bold, this pack also comes with 2 bonus rose gold textures.
13. Braga Huis
Inspired by the well-known street in Bandung during the 19th century, this font family by Juru Aksara comes in 3 styles – Regular, Black, and Outline – that are sure to give your works a hopeful, refined touch similar to the Netherland-Indie city of those golden times.
Go back to a time of complete splendor when you use this beautiful font by Zeune Ink Foundry. The pack includes the typeface in Block and Stroke styles, as well as 12 seamless patterns that are scalable and ready to use.
15. Prizefighter Display
16. Von Bond
Easily capture the silent beauty of a bygone era with this pretty sans serif by Josh O.. Created with a modern twist, its classy alternating thick and thin lines will lend vintage elegance to your wedding invitations or social media graphics.
17. Emporia Typeface
This art deco-inspired product from Tugcu Design Co. features 2 styles to die for: Regular, for the discerning audience; and Rough, for the right amount of rustic luxury. The pack also comes with 2 foil textures you can play around with.
18. Ironclad Typeface
This amazingly contemporary tribute to a 1920s typeface by Tugcu Design Co. has a circular design reminiscent of upscale extravagance.
19. Bronco Typeface
With Inline and Regular styles, this uppercase display typeface pairs well with scripts for gorgeous designs you can apply to badges, logos, labels, and other branding projects.
20. HAUS Sans Family
Inspired by Bauhaus and historical typefaces from the 1930s, this font by Pier Francesco Martini is clean, structural, and highly adaptable.
21. Brigmore Typeface
Set the mood using this classy retro typeface evocative of Noir as well as Deco styles. Toggle the Caps Lock to get the alternate letters that will add more character to this already chic font.
22. Pontiac Inline Font Collection
Hand-lettered in Paris, this lovely collection includes 4 fonts – Regular, Inline Inside, 3D, and Shadow – that you can layer or use separately for a modern, yet totally decorative effect.
23. Haarlem Deco
24. Saveur Sans
Arkitype proudly brings you this clean yet sophisticated font influenced by French cafes and the Art Deco age. This all-caps display typeface is your sweet go-to for designs that require a subtle French flair.
25. Cormier Typeface
Quickly add the timeless look of Art Nouveau in your projects thanks to this gem by Tugcu Design Co.. Available in Regular, Rough, and Double styles, it’s an instant mainstay in any designer’s toolbox.
26. Magellan Deco
In need of something fun to jazz up an otherwise bland presentation? Look no further than this hand-drawn typeface by Dimitriana.
28. Brilon Font
This product by Tobias Saul comes with a beautiful serif, as well as 18 special ligatures, 17 stylistic alternates, and 8 high-quality botanical photos. Truly a must-have not to be missed!
29. Hazel Deco Font
An elegant typeface reminiscent of a Gatsby era, Leslie Ray also includes a lovely gold foil texture that will instantly transform this font from simply chic to stunning.
Make a lasting statement using Michael Doret’s typeface. With its distinct sharp points and wide curves, you’ll quickly set yourself apart in this vintage, almost-Gothic lettering that’s bound to turn heads.
31. Cassandre Font
A tribute to French artist and typeface designer, Adolphe Jean-Marie Mouron (whose pseudonym is Cassandre), this elegant display font from Archiwiz comes in Regular and Light to add a touch of humble charm to any design project.
Get more out of one purchase with this font bundle from Duvan Cardenas. Featuring a total of 7 styles, you can layer or use on their own, you’ll get all kinds of antique effects that are not only decorative but multipurpose.
34. Naive Deco Sans Font Collection
Designed by Fanny Coulez and Julien Saurin, this handwritten sans serif is meant to be layered to produce various beautiful combinations reminiscent of Deco style. It’s also available in Double and Triple lines to give unique variations with a touch of whimsy.
35. HandDeco Font Family
Inspired by geometric typefaces from the early 20th century Art Deco period, this font family by Gerren Lamson includes 4 styles that have been carefully handcrafted. Use them to re-create historic yet refined designs.
36. Retro Deco
This lovely font from The Routine Creative is all about 20s glamor with a just the right modern twist. Pair it with thick bold sans serifs for interesting results.