Last Updated on March 27, 2021
Cheerful, nostalgic, and visible for miles, neon signs have a place in the hearts of many people who grew up with them. Popular during the 1920s to the 1950s, it wasn’t just diners, motels, and billboards that were lit up with these luminous gases.
From large cinemas to small shops, it’s as iconic as superheroes and the afro. Around the world, people will have memories – either good or bad – about how neon lights brightened the night like it was another world.
Re-create the fabulous 50s when you pick any of these electrifying neon fonts.
Timeless Neon Fonts
1. Fuse – Realistic Neon Typeface
Fuse is a decorative neon font inspired by real world neon light signs. It features geometric letter forms with smooth rounded corners, true to real neon tubes. This typeface is perfect for music promotion, film titles, Youtube tutorials, gig posters, editorial use, logos, signage, or bold headings for your design projects. The possibilities are endless!
2. Neon Desmon
Do you want to realistically simulate a neon sign? If that’s the case then Neon Desmon is a pretty obvious choice for the matter. The broken up pipe-like style makes the neno light appear super crisp and visually realistic.