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The 1960s gave rise to a new sense of style that included everything from bell bottoms and psychedelic tie-dyes to peace signs and Woodstock posters. The music, art, films, fashion, politics—everything in this era had its own unique look. And one thing that many people associate with this time is typography. So if you’re looking for the best ’60s fonts that are reminiscent of those bygone days, we’ve done the legwork for you during the design process.

If you’re a fan of the 1960s, or if you’re just looking for fonts with that vintage style, then this post is for you. We’ve rounded up 40 of the best fonts that have a retro or vintage 1960s style. All you need to do is pick out your favorite from this collection of typefaces and get designing!

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The Best ’60s Fonts

Here are our favorite fonts and typefaces that make it easy to create beautiful ’60s-inspired designs that feel genuine and authentic to the era.

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Peace and Love

When you need a font that has a fun look with plenty of ’60s character, Peace and Love is a great option. This font includes a regular version and an outline version. You can use either of them individually, or use them together, as shown in the preview image below. The regular and outline fonts can be used together in a few different ways (aligned or offset) to create the look you want.

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Quechely was created specifically with vintage signs in mind, but it could be used for a wide variety of projects. It’s a really useful font family because it comes with a few variations (regular, outline, and extruded) that can be used together to easily create the exact look that you want. The bold script font combined with the outline and shadow is perfect for your ’60s-themed designs. The download includes stylistic alternatives, ligatures, swashes, multilingual support, and a web font.



Padlock is a beautiful vintage script font that is an ideal option for your nostalgic designs. It’s great for logos, labels, magazines, wedding invitations, product packaging, and more. Padlock includes uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation, ligatures, alternates, and swashes.


The Beardy

The Beardy is a decorative typeface that has an undeniable vintage character. The stylistic alternates make it a breeze to create unique and stylish typographic designs. It also comes with numbers, ligatures, and glyphs. The Beardy is best for large text where the decorative elements can be clearly seen.

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Sixties Flashback

Sixties Flashback features a lettering style that’s truly authentic to the era. Use it to design music posters, album covers, book covers, vintage advertisements, and much more. The font comes in a single weight with uppercase and lowercase letters, numerals, punctuation, and multilingual support. A web font is available as well. In short, it’s a perfect typeface for your ’60s designs.

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Golden Metafor

Golden Metafor is a bold, chunky serif font. It’s a stylish font that’s perfect for headlines, magazine covers, album covers, postcards, product packaging design, merchandise, branding & logos, and more. You’ll get a regular version and an italic version, plus ligatures, glyphs, and a web font.

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Hangier is another blog serif font with unmistakable vintage charm. It includes ligatures and multilingual support. It’s perfect for use in logos, product packaging, t-shirts and other merchandise, headlines, invitations, and more.


Deadhead Classic

Deadhead Classic was inspired by advertising typography from the 1960’s. It’s a serif font that includes alternate characters, stylistic sets, titling characters, and more than 300 glyphs for decorating your designs. There are two variations: regular and slanted. Due to the decorative elements, Deadhead Classic is most ideal with large text where the details can be easily seen.

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Garmouth Display

Garmouth Display is a beautiful font inspired by signage from the ’60s. It’s perfect for use in labels, invitations, books, cards, and other vintage projects. The download includes uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation, and multilingual support.

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Changing is an entertaining font that has some unique features like interlocking pairs and letter combinations. You’ll need to use an application that supports OpenType to get the most out of Changing, but Photoshop and Illustrator users are sure to love it. It comes in one weight, and a web font is available.


Psych Handlettering Font

Psych was inspired by the typography and lettering from psychedelic rock albums and pop culture of the era, giving it a genuine 1960s feel. It offers plenty of character while still maintaining readability. It’s an all-caps font that comes with three variations and the capability of layering. A web font is also available for this eccentric 1960s style font.

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The Foughe Script

The Foughe Script has a unique touch that is sure to make your designs stand out. You’ll need to use this font with larger text to ensure readability. It’s ideal for packaging, t-shirts, hats, other merchandise, and advertisements. Many glyphs are included, along with a web font.

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Tropika Island

Tropika Island is a fun font with a distinct retro look. It comes with two different fonts, including a script font. You’ll also get a massive collection of extras like ligatures and stylistic alternates. Tropika Island is perfect for logos, apparel, posters and flyers, packing, and more. A web font version is available.

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Wimp Stars

Wimp Stars is a nostalgic typeface that’s perfect for your ’60s-inspired designs. It’s great for poster design, flyers, advertisements, apparel, and more. You’ll get uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation, alternates, ligatures, and multilingual support.

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Aprila is a stylish vintage font with five different weights from light to bold. Inspired by the hippie movement, you’re sure to love using Aprila for ’60s designs. A web font is available.


Summer of Love

Summer of Love is an all-caps font that comes in a single weight. A web font is also available. You’ll love using the psychedelic font for album design, t-shirt designs, other merchandise, posters, flyers, and more.

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Pure Psychedelia

Pure Psychedelia is another retro psychedelic typeface that’s very true to the era. There is one weight with numbers and punctuation included, as well as both uppercase and lowercase letters. A web font is also available.

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Tropical Punch

Tropical Punch is a fun and dynamic typeface for your ’60s era designs. It comes in two variations: regular and outline. You can also use the regular and outline text together for creative effects. The package includes almost 200 multi-letter ligatures that are perfect for creating a beautiful custom look. Multilingual support, dingbats, and uppercase Greek letters are also included. Tropical Fruit is perfect for designing advertisements, t-shirts and other apparel, posters, flyers, product package design, and more.

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Swung Note

Swung Note is an impressive font, thanks in part to a collection of hundreds of smart interlocking pairs of letters to provide you with plenty of options (you’ll need a program that supports OpenType). This is a playful font that offers a lot of room for experimenting thanks to the interlocking pairs and alternates. Get your own custom look very easily! A web font version is available.

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Bllides is a handwritten marker font inspired by ’60s letterforms. It comes with lots of swashes and ligatures for stylish implementation, multilingual support for more than 100 languages, and a web font. Use Bllides for advertising, branding, social media images, posters, t-shirts, and other merchandise.


Bearmen Vintage Typeface

Bearmen is a beautiful serif font with inspiration from hand-drawn lettering. It’s all-caps and comes in one weight. Bearmen is best for use with large text, like most all-caps fonts. Use it for headlines, branding, badges, album covers, and more.



Lucidity is a groovy, trippy 60’s-inspired typeface that’s fun to play with. There are six different varieties: regular, condensed, outline, expanded, dingbats 1, and dingbats 2. It includes uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and alternate glyphs.

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Gadimon is a layered hand-lettered script font, making it simple to create the shadow or 3D look without custom design work. This font is ideal for branding, product packaging, labels, apparel, advertisements, and more. There are many glyphs included that make styling your text easy, and a web font is also included.



Raksana is a bold typeface with a lot of vintage flair. It’s perfect for experimentation because the package includes lots of alternates, ligatures, and swashes. Raksana includes both uppercase and lowercase letters, plus numbers, punctuation, and multilingual support. It’s perfect for designing logos, advertisements, labels, badges, magazines, apparel, merchandise, and more.

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Far Out

Far Out was inspired by the flower children of the 1960s and has an authentic look that’s easy to spot. The blast-from-the-past typeface includes uppercase and lowercase letters, a web font, plus more than 20 hand-drawn graphics to use with your designs (you can see a few examples in the preview image below).

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Hardela is a retro script font that’s ready to use for signage, advertisements, t-shirts and other apparel, and even branding. It comes with uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation, multilingual support, and a web font.



Ramdone is another retro script font. It stands out because it includes a regular version and an extruded version, making it easy to create beautifully layered type. The ligatures, stylistic alternates, and swashes make it easy to decorate your font and give it a custom look. The package includes uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, punctuation, and multilingual support.



Boho is a font duo that inlcudes a lined version and a filled version. The pair is perfect for use together to create your own retro designs. You can also use the lined and filled versions together to create the look you see in the large “Boho” text from the preview image. The lined font is best with large text for bold design.



Bignord was inspired by vintage packaging and is a beautiful font with a lot of character. The set includes many alternate styles and swashes to create a custom look. It also comes with ornaments, borders, and lines for decorating your designs. It’s best for large text like posters, headlines, apparel, and more.



Sundowners gives you a lot to play around with by including initial and terminal forms, as well as interlocking glyphs. It’s an all-caps font and is best when used with large text. You’ll love Sundowners for designing posters, branding, packaging, album covers, apparel, and more.



Jealousy is a beautiful bold script font with a fabulous retro feel. Use it for branding, magazines, album covers, posters, flyers, advertisements, and more. It comes with many ligatures, alternates, and glyphs for customizing your designs. You’ll also get a web font version.


Neophtye Typeface is classic vintage with inspiration from the ’60s and ’70s. It’s great for logos, labels, books, invitations, headlines, advertisements, and more. The package includes lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers, punctuation, stylistic alternates, and multilingual support.

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Tuesnight is a quirky typeface that was inspired by movie posters from the ’60s, and you’ll love what you’re able to do with this happy typeface. The package includes a wide selection of alternates and interlocking pairs, making it easy to give your text a custom look. It’s all-caps and comes in a single weight.


Free ’60s Fonts

So far, we’ve looked at more than 30 of the best 1960s fonts available. Now, let’s take a look at some of the free ’60s fonts you can download. Keep in mind that many freebies are licensed only for personal use. Be charge to check the details before using and free download for a commercial project.

Gecko Lunch

Gecko Lunch is a nice slanted font that includes both uppercase and lowercase letters. It’s a heavy font that is ideal for headlines and other large text.

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Chocoladine uses curved capital letters to add style and character. It’s free for personal use only.


Hip Pocket

Hip Pocket is a fun font that comes in 14 different variations. There are several weights, as well as outline and italic variations. It is free for personal use.

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Flames is an art nouveau typeface that was used extensively for ’60’s album covers.



Chicle is a fun font with a vintage feel. It’s somewhat bold with both uppercase and lowercase letters included.


Hippie Movement

Hippie Movement was clearly inspired by the ’60s, and it’s free only for personal use.

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Gready is a beautiful font that comes in four variations (thin, regular, bold, and outline). It’s free only for personal use.


Final Thoughts

If you’re looking to create a vintage graphic design with a look that’s genuine to the 1960’s, the best way to do it is to use a ’60s font or retro typeface with an authentic look. This selection of fonts provides plenty of possibilities to represent this innovative decade.

For the best results, be sure to use a program that supports OpenType technologies, like Photoshop or Illustrator. That way you’ll have access to the full range of features and your designs and files will be easy to create.

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