Dietrich Deco is based on hand-painted theatre lobby cards that advertised a 1930 Marlene Dietrich movie. It has all the nuances of real brush lettering harking back to a time when lettering had artistic flair instead of so many of the sterile, predictable examples we see today. It is a bold font, yet the letters take up about as much space as medium weight fonts, making it the right choice for headings where overall length is a concern.

Even though Dietrich Deco was intended primarily for headings that appear on retro signs and posters, it contains both upper and lowercase characters as well as special characters, punctuation and symbols. Whether you need a 30s style logo or a 60s style surfing poster, Dietrich Deco will deliver the message.

241 Characters

Created with Dietrich Deco font

Dietrich Deco Bold Font (TTF, OTF)

  • 241 Characters
  • Uppercase, lowercase, punctuation and numbers
  • Installation instructions for Windows and Mac OS included
  • Only $19.00

Marlene Dietrich in Angel released in 1937