1960's Display Fonts...

jim89's picture

I'm putting together an interactive timeline of British music in the 1960's for a University project and I would like to find 10 different display fonts to use in the title for each year. I was thinking of typefaces like Cooper Black, Pump Triline (though that may be more 1970's) and Decorated (451?)

Any suggestions are welcome!

Jim

dhannah1000's picture

Did you do a google search? if not, try it! they have lots of free and commercial fonts fron the 60s.

Té Rowan's picture

They who?

Nick Shinn's picture

What kind of music?

jim89's picture

Its a YCN competition brief for the British Music Experience in London. I'm producing a flash timeline which targets some of the highlights of the Decade, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, The Who, and the like.

all about seb's picture

If you have a set list of bands, why not draw inspiration from their album artwork?

Nick Shinn's picture

Louis Minott's Davida (1965).
Neo-Victorian, capturing the exuberant "display" that saw mods adopting Regency, and hippies Victorian military styles, eg in Sgt. Pepper, and recolouring them.



Everyone used Compacta, or some such thing.


1965: Pop art. The stencil effect could be Futura Black. Fun to break up the colouring.
By the same token, bouncing was big at the start of the decade.

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