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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.
20 Neon Fonts
1. Realistic Neon Light Font
The perfect vector font for Adobe Illustrator, this gem from Revelstockart captures the simplicity of neon lights. Simply use swatches to change colors and even adjust brightness.
2. Neon Outline Font Bundle
This bold, all-caps sans serif by Big Cat Creative is a set that includes 5 unique fonts – Regular, Solid, Outline, Shadow, and Double – for all your urban, contemporary, or even retro concept needs.
3. Palm Beach Font Duo
Ivan Rosenberg proudly presents this font duo that comes in sans serif and script. Each comes with Clean and Rough versions that will look amazing on posters, postcards, labels, invitations, business cards, as well as branding projects.
4. Meteoric Light Font
5. Signyard Family
Inspired by old restaurant and hotel signs, Albatross brings to you this timeless display family that you can easily customize. It also comes with 6 styles, 4 layers, symbols, and OpenType features so you have everything you need right at your fingertips.
Transform those plain photos into interesting vintage collections by adding this font created by Sproviero-Type. Influenced by vintage signage scripts seen in Galerías of Buenos Aires, it’s highly decorative and can take any image to unexpected heights.
Make contemporary neon signs easily with this typeface from TGIF.STD. Featuring narrow, condensed letterforms, the pack also includes bonus vector icons as well as retro signs.
8. Balham to Brooklyn
Imagine you’re traveling from city to city, the lights intermingling into one big blur along with the stars. Simon Stratford brings that concept to life in the form of this beautiful monoline script ready for use.
9. HT Neon
Inspired by old shop front lettering and vintage wall-paint advertisements, this typeface from Dharma Type is all about sticky bubble gum days and warm, starry nights.
10. YASEMIN SCRIPT
A gorgeous multilingual font with a sweet back story, Bülent Yüksel shows off a unique style in this decorative font family that works well with slogans, ads, stationeries, and invitations.
11. Lineat III Font
Stand out from the rest when you use this innovative typeface by Sentavio. It’s ideal for tech, business, fashion, sports, and entertainment themes that require making a big impression at first glance.
12. Neons Display Typeface
Missing the roaring 80s? Avalon Design presents this display typeface that comes in two fonts – Neons and Dotted – you can either use together, or on their own to help re-create the look of that era.
This monoline all-caps font from Letrasupply comes with over 600 characters, 324 alternate letters, as well as a handful of Extras for a simple but elegant typeface you can use with confidence.
14. Neon Font
This high-quality, easy-to-use customizable font from Catarina Pinto is great for headlines, labels, posters, logos, or basically just anything that needs that classic retro vibe.
Fenotype presents this script and sans font family that includes 15 styles, plus plenty of Extras to make your designs even more stunning. Use each font alone, or combine them with one another to see interesting arrangements!
16. Gods Own Junkyard
Inspired by the story of Chris “The Neon Man” Bracey, Simon Stratford offers this playful typeface that consists of upper and lowercase letter forms, 92 glyphs, and a Photoshop Action to make your creations glow.
Bring the party at your place with this star from popskraft. This decorative neon font certainly contains the energy and life of authentic neon signs of the 20th century – and now, they’re here to light up your designs!
18. Neon Tubes
Influenced by real world neon light signs, Medialoot presents this minimalist typeface with smooth rounded corners to help you create the perfect logos, signs, labels, posters, ads, and more.
19. Neon Type
This realistic neon typeface is as cute as it is functional. Designed by Catarina Pinto, use it to create eye-popping cards, posters, invitations, logos, headlines, etc.
20. PSD Neon Font
See things in a whole new light with these high-quality 3D models from Gk-creative. This all-caps font is all ready to use and also include a set of 30 backgrounds to turn your ideas into dazzling works of art!