Get a collection of retro-inspired fonts created by RetroSupply. All at one low price – don't miss out!
- Includes 15 of our best-selling fonts
- Save $166 off the retail price
File Type: OTF, versions of all fonts - some fonts have varying file types
File Size: 61.9 MB
License Type: Standard version
Are you a font addict like me?
Then you're going to love this special!
It's called The RetroSupply Complete Font Pack and it includes our best-selling fonts at a stupid awesome price.
If you were to buy all of these fonts individually, you'd end up paying $295. But when you buy bulk-style, you get the incredibly low price of $129!
That's right, get it all and save $166! Here are all the best-selling fonts you'll receive:
Lovestruck is a script font inspired by the flowy freeform lettering of the 60s and 70s. With roots in the luxurious details of the Art Nouveau movement and bold flourishes found in psychedelic culture, you're sure to capture vintage magic with this new script font.
A must-have for any comic artist. Includes 3 all-caps faces (Regular, Italic, Bold Italic) inspired by the Leroy Lettering System.
Drench your next design in the classic feel of mid-century southern California. Includes three weights (Regular, Lite and Bold). Plus it includes tons of alternate letterforms and transitional words.
A display font inspired by 1950s American tin toys. Includes alpha-numeric characters and European language support.
Inspired by the electrical gizmo boxes in my great Uncle Al's garage in Palo Alto, California. This super-condensed font is inspired by 1950s packaging but with a modern twist.
The perfect font for delivering bad news. Unlucky is heavy and solemn enough for a death certificate but has modern touches added making it perfect for everything from employee pink slips to evil Valentine cards to ex-lovers.
Greasy Spoon ($19)
We've given this condensed slab-serif an old ink bleed effect by slightly rounding the corners. This font is perfect for everything from a family BBQ invitation to a small batch whiskey label.
Inspired by 20th century heroic style propoganda fonts. Use Komrade to start your own positive movements and bring power to the people!
Log Cabin ($19)
This font first emerged in the early 20th century. Originally sold in direct mail stock image catalogs to small businesses, this found has been used heavily in camping, outdoor, and national park advertising.
Nighthawk (a name that pays tribute to Edward Hopper’s classic painting Nighthawks) reflects the late night, melancholy, feel of lonely bar patrons making their way home.
A light-hearted font designed by Von Glitschka. This font works great for everything from kids packaging to comic books. Plus, it's loaded with all sorts of bonus glyphs!
I live just across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon (AKA Portlandia). One of the best things about Portland is that every corner has an amazing locally owned coffee shop. Roaster is inspired by the hand-crafted mono weight scripts that can be found in these shops.
First find a time machine. Now go back to a 1970s American machine shop. Now soak up the design vibe and concentrate it into one beautiful and powerful font. That's SOLID70. Great for big headlines and easy to customize. This font is like a playground for type lovers.
A mono weight script inspired by the Pacific Northwest. Wildfire is a perfect base for creating your own line of merchandise, creating inspiring and refined typographic messages, or a set of matchbooks inspired by the past.
Inspired by public fonts used in school systems and transportation in 1970s New York. Authority is a bold headlines font that comes in 3 versions: Standard, Rounded and Distressed. Includes a total of 6 typefaces.
If you're a lover of unconventional yet useful fonts, you'll love this pack. Grab it now and save!