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Studio Neon

Studio Neon

by LLW Studio
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Studio Neon Font Family was designed by Lori LeBeau-Walsh and published by LLW Studio. Studio Neon contains 1 styles. More about this family
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About Studio Neon Font Family

Studio Neon is an all-caps display font constructed with three rounded-end strokes; the lowercase set is included as a repeat of the uppercase to make setting type just that little bit easier. It’s a modern rendition of neon sign lettering, with a decidedly art deco pedigree, and is intended for use in larger sizes of type, upwards of 36 pt. It’s perfect for a design that wants to imitate neon — use Photoshop layer effects to light it up! I originally started this font with only a few letters, since I could not find a neon-style font made with 3 strokes that looked modern. (Once I started, I found out why. It's a LOT of work!) Most traditional neon fonts include a “bent tube” element in the design; however, not all modern neon signage is constructed with the tubes bent. I also wanted to design a fun font that would have more life than just as an imitation of signage — something to inspire designers who love the geometry of art-deco type. So I made all the corners consistent, with no references to bent tubes. Use this font for any application that needs a bold and decorative look. Studio Neon should work well for sign production and even vinyl cut applications at larger sizes.

Designers: Lori LeBeau-Walsh

Publisher: LLW Studio

Foundry: LLW Studio

Design Owner: LLW Studio

MyFonts debut: Mar 12, 2010

Studio Neon

About LLW Studio

LLW Studio is a small graphic design studio in southern California, offering traditional print design services including custom typography, logo design, layout and production, desktop publishing, e-Pub design and illustration. With the introduction of Studio Neon, the first font made public from my studio, I am now a full-fledged font foundry (well, kind of).