Last Updated on June 10, 2022
The night is young and all you need is a partner – welcome to the 70s disco revolution. Fueled by a simmering subculture who wants to just let it loose, the disco movement was all about acceptance and individuality, enlightenment and release.
Here is a world where you can have a different version of yourself. Sure, you might be known as the plain Jane clerk by day. But pay the admission and dress up a little, and you could be the Dancing Queen come nightfall. There are no limits. Anyone, from the minority to the new middle class, can enjoy themselves through the sophisticated sounds of bands with strong and brass sections.
Want to relive the excitement of the 70s? Collect all these disco fonts and start dancing!
Far Out Disco Fonts
Bring back the days of funk, disco and rockabilly music using this Blankids Studio typeface that comes with stylistic alternates and 15 illustrations to boost your design options.
2. Bondie Extrude Font Family
Take advantage of the four fonts available in this package: Regular, Outline, Extrude, and Extrude Shadow.
3. Boardley Script
This typeface from Craft Supply Co. was created by experimenting with and fusing concepts from American and European bold script lettering, making it suitable for logos, greeting cards, quotes, posters, branding, and an assortment of art and lettering applications.
5. Summer of 76
Darumo Shop presents a nostalgic multi-line font inspired by the looks of the ‘70s – your best solution to giving a lovely retro touch to your design projects.
Jassin is a fun and groovy typeface with a bold personality. Perfect for branding, headlines, social media, advertising, packaging, posters, t-shirts, editorials and much more. Its vintage feel evokes the carefree and whimsical vibe of the psychedelic era, allowing you to craft impressive looking designs.
7. Surreal – Psychedelic Typeface
Surreal is a hand drawn psychedelic font perfect for groovy posters, experimental artwork, and rad design projects. It was inspired by the psychedelic movement of the mid 60’s. Since this one of-a-kind typeface is not seen everyday, your design projects are bound to grab the reader’s attention.
9. Flatface Beams
If you want the appeal of street signs or shop signs in your graphic, making that happen is easy when using this font from Flatface.
Rounded elements that fill spaces make this ArtyType font great for either a fun, trendy presentation, or a more serious visual.
11. The Alpan
This Khoir product is inspired by a unique ‘60’s style, and you can add more uniqueness to your projects using the regular style alongside its decorative alternate characters.
13. Outrunner Retro Script
14. Hendrix Groove
This fusion of ‘70s script and psychedelic balloon typography comes in Regular, Expand, Slant, and Slant Expand fonts – don’t forget the graphic extras that will aid you greatly with creating your projects.