Art Deco Fonts

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Lettering from the Art Deco period (Late 1920's through the 1930's) featured sleek lines and curves which directly reflected the ambitious architecture and modern design of day. Long gone were the decorative scrolls and flourishes that began with the early 1900's Art Nouveau revival. Serifs were out and modern, sans serif letters that sometimes pushed the boundaries of recognizability were in. Beware, a style made in the late 20's or 30's isn't necessarily Art Deco. A font also requires an air of sophistication and eccentricity to be listed here.

Aristocrat by John Studden
LHF Aristocrat
Bell Boy by Chuck Davis
LHF Bell Boy
City Boy by Steve Contreras
LHF City Boy
Gloria by Charles Borges
LHF Gloria
Hexagon Modern by Corey Lewis
LHF Hexagon Modern
Hudson by Kaitlin Sims
LHF Hudson
Matthew's Modern by John Studden
LHF Matthew's Modern
Metro 39 by John Davis
LHF Metro 39
Mister Muster by Dave Correll
LHF Mister Muster
Palace Bold by John Studden
LHF Palace Bold
Speakeasyby Denise Bayers
LHF Speakeasy
Speakeasy Extrasby Denise Bayers
LHF Speakeasy
Tubby by Steve Contreras
LHF Tubby
Welo Thin by Patrick Kalange
LHF Welo Thin