Nothing says ‘dreams come true’ better than a classic Disney film or animation. Almost everyone has grown up with a Disney favorite, whether it’s Snow White, or Simba from the Lion King.
Originally founded on October 16, 1923 by the brothers Walt and Roy O. Disney, it was then called Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio. It didn’t change its name to The Walt Disney Company until 1986. Today, it’s one of the biggest American mass media and entertainment conglomerate, with headquarters at Burbank, California. Its official mascot – and also popular character – is Mickey Mouse.
The Disney logotype is one of the most iconic and easily recognizable things in the world. The closest font to match that is Waltograph by Justin Callaghan. It’s free for personal use.
Disney has since produced hundreds of animated films and series. If you’re interested on getting your hands on various typefaces from their animated classics, then check out this roundup from Font Meme. For Disney dingbats, Dafont has a cool collection. As for other Disney-inspired fonts, 1001fonts has a compilation that doesn’t disappoint.