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  1. Moi Non Plus by Hanoded 15.00 USD
    Moi Non Plus is a wonderful, handwritten font. It has a somewhat chaotic look, but is stylish nonetheless. The name was taken from a famous Serge Gainsbourg song called 'Je t'aime - moi non plus', which caused a bit of a scandal when it was released in the '60's, due to its overtly sexual content.

  2. AT Move Specx Stncl by André Toet Design 39.95 USD
    SPECX Stencil This is my #11/12 Font a slabserif typeface. In fact it’s a very, very basic and extreme strong typeface! We gave this new Font a special touch by adding an extra family-member: a stencil-version of the SPECX. My inspiration for the SPECX is based on the cover of a 1955 French School-Notebook. Concept/Art Direction/Design: André Toet © 2017

  3. AT Move RiFF RaFF by André Toet Design 79.95 USD
    RiFF/RaFF is kind of a Typewriter-Old-Skool typeface specially designed for Arie Lenoir (Lenoirschuring) one of the best Dutch printers. It’s quite a simple and straightforward monospace font that comes in two different weights. What’s in a name: a RiFF is a tune or melody of a guitar tab in a song and RaFF just means rubble. According to me RiFF-RaFF is a great name and so is this new typeface: Just Use It ! Concept/Art Direction/Design: André Toet © 2017

  4. Metalet Modern JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    Metalet Modern JNL was based on the letters found within the Metalet Movie Titling Set manufactured by the Modern Display Advertising Company of Hollywood, California circa the 1940s.

  5. Burlesk by Kustomtype 25.00 USD
    Burlesk is a modern font family that originated from a Bollywood Hindi movie poster from the 1950's. Using 9 letters, a complete alphabet was made comprising of 360 characters. Everything is hand drawn and digitized afterwards. The Burlesk font family meets all the modern requirements that apply in the graphics sector.

  6. Solander by Patria Ari 17.00 USD
    Solander is as sharp display typeface inspired from middle east movies. With small caps, this font suit for movie posters, cinema, fantasy movies, etc.

  7. Glorious Song by Stiggy & Sands 24.00 USD
    A type from vintage Hollywood to your computer screen.

  8. Silverscreen by TypeArt Foundry 45.00 USD
    Just like movie poster credits.

  9. South African by Mans Greback 59.00 USD
    Movie poster style brush typeface.

  10. Pardesi by Hanoded 15.00 USD
    Pardesi font is named after a song from Raja Hindustani, a 1996 Bollywood movie directed by Dharmesh Darshan. The lead roles were played by Aamir Khan and Karisma Kapoor. Together they sing: 'Pardesi, pardesi, jaana nahi', meaning so much as: 'Foreigner, foreigner, don't go'. I remember this song very well, as I was backpacking through India and Nepal at the time and it was played over and over again on all long distance buses I took.Pardesi font is a fat, rounded, marker-pen font, ideal for books and posters. It comes with extensive language support.

  11. MoanLisa by JOEBOB graphics 9.00 USD
    MoanLisa, a font for monster movies.

  12. Vampire by Otto Maurer 17.00 USD
    Inspired by a famous vampire movie.

  13. Winning Team JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    The second volume of the Robbins Music Corporation's "Hollywood Song Folio" features the word "Hollywood" lettered in a condensed block style with inline, strongly reminiscent of sports or college-themed typography. This was the inspiration for Winning Team JNL.

  14. Starring by Jesse Tilley 19.95 USD
    Another font inspired by 40s movie posters.

  15. Frontline by TypeArt Foundry 45.00 USD
    Thrilling titler for grade-B movie poster.

  16. Lions Den by Jesse Tilley 19.95 USD
    A font inspired by 40s movie posters.

  17. Cinemascope by Sideshow 29.95 USD
    Give your designs that marquee touch with this classic Hollywood themed display font.

  18. Ulsteros by PizzaDude.dk 20.00 USD
    Ulsteros was inspired by old horror movie posters.

  19. Planina by Creative Toucan 10.00 USD
    With Planina Font you can make it easier to convey the message in your design. Use for awesome display, labeling, clothing, movie sceen, poster, movie title, gigs, album covers, logos, and much more.

  20. Palm Court by Scholtz Fonts 19.00 USD
    Palm Court is an elegant, art deco inspired font, reminiscent of glamorous hotels and Hollywood starlets.

  21. Entitled JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    Way back before digital imaging, video tape and computer editing, the home movie enthusiast had to shoot on film his own titles using any one of a variety of movie titling kits on the market.

  22. Myla by Creative Toucan 10.00 USD
    Myla makes it easier to convey the message in your designs. Use its eastern, old soviet inspired style for awesome display, labeling, clothing, movie screen, posters, movie titles, gigs, album covers, logos, and much more.

  23. China Syndrome by Hanoded 15.00 USD
    A really, really long time ago, I watched a movie called ‘The China Syndrome’ (starring Jane Fonda, Jack Lemon and Michael Douglas). It was one of those disaster movies that were quite popular at the time (I also recall airports, alien viruses and skyscraper fires). Anyway, when I finished this font, I suddenly (and quite inexplicably) remembered that movie, so I named this font after it.

  24. Gallery by Canada Type 24.95 USD
    Browsing through film archives at an independent film and audio production company in Winnipeg, Patrick Griffin spotted some unique set letters on a sign and a lawn chair in a 1980s B-movie entitled "Canada: Another Government Movie".

  25. Headline Gothic by BA Graphics 45.00 USD
    A nice readable Headline and Sub head face, great for movie credits.

  26. Dreadful by Aiyari 3.00 USD
    Introducing a new layered typeface called Dreadful. Inspired from classic horror movie and vintage comic. Dreadful typeface best uses for headings, Logo type, quotes, apparel design, invitations, flyer, poster, greeting cards, product packaging, book cover, printed quotes, cover album, movie, etc.

  27. Machiarge by Dharma Type 19.99 USD
    Best selling baseball script, Distinctive brush stroke inspired by retro 20th century’s movie.

  28. Pinback by FaceType 20.00 USD
    Pinback was inspired by the science fiction movies of the 60s and 70s.

  29. Mingo Gothic SG by Spiece Graphics 39.00 USD
    This typeface appears to be straight out of a science fiction movie thriller.

  30. XCLV.NEON™ Pro Cyrillic by Viktor Konovalov 9.87 USD
    Specially created for high-budget Hollywood blockbusters by well-known ukrainian Ideas Millionaire K. Professional Cyrillic version. Future Neon Signs.

  31. Palm Canyon Drive by RetroSupply Co. 19.00 USD
    Mid-century California was a magical place. Post-war optimism fueled the popularity of everything from Hollywood to roadside diners.

  32. Candle Wax JNL by Jeff Levine 29.00 USD
    The design of Candle Wax JNL comes from an original movie poster for the movie "Bell, Book and Candle" starring James Stewart. The oddly erratic letter forms conjure up ideas of spells, witchcraft and other things found lurking on dark moonlit nights.

  33. Boochie by Zang-O-Fonts 25.00 USD
    Boochie is a fun font, created as a homage to 1960's movie posters.

  34. Credititle by Jonahfonts 29.95 USD
    A condensed tall upright font with lowercase small-caps. Basically designed for movie posters.

  35. Smooth Brushings by Hanoded 20.00 USD
    When I was painting this font, I suddenly had the movie Cool Runnings (1993, directed by Jon Turteltaub) in my head. I had to name the font, so I came up with Smooth Brushings. Of course, this font has nothing to do with the movie.

  36. Sneakerhead BTN by Breaking the Norm 12.99 USD
    Sneakerhead is an offbeat typestyle inspired by the logotype for the animated movie the Aristocats.

  37. Myrna by Haiku Monkey 19.00 USD
    Tall, thin, and seductive, Myrna is a movie star from the golden age of film.

  38. Deadspace by Tension Type 15.00 USD
    Deadspace is a sci fi display typeface suitable video games, movie posters, logos and headlines.

  39. Interceptor by Device 29.00 USD
    Interceptor should be used on cherry-red jacked up Ferraris and brainless summer blockbuster action movies.

  40. Cinematic English by Mirco Zett 10.00 USD
    Cinematic English is a decorative font inspired by modern movie logotypes and classical black letter typefaces.

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