Walt Disney Font
With the increasing use of home computers and printers, creative people have learned how to set up desktop publishing studios in their homes. Scrapbooking, greeting cards, hand made books, custom decorated photos, collages, invitations, the possibilities are endless. A Disney font adds charming style to any project. Fortunately there are many versions of Disney fonts available to bring sparkle to your print creations.
Walt Disney's Signature
Walt Disney had a very distinctive signature, and we all recognize his famous looped W. The font named "Waltograph" cleverly copies his handwriting style. It was emblazoned in animation across the cinema screen before every movie, cartoon, and on TV, the before the Micky Mouse Club. Everyone associates his handwriting with his cartoons and movies, and this font is especially suitable for Disney themed projects.
5 Disney Created Fonts
Disney Artists have actually created several unique fonts to use for specific movie titles and the themed attractions at Disney theme parks, and the printed material related to them.
1) Atlantean - Created for "Atlantis - The Lost Empire." This font is an artistically created alphabet for the imaginary Atlantis language. There is no actual alphabet that looks as this one does. It is a series of runic appearing symbols and dots.
2) Hunnypot - The artists designed this font for all things "Winnie The Poo."
3) Kem Weber - An art deco typeface you will see on signage at Walt Disney Studios and Disney theme parks.
4) Mara - Glyphs you will see in Disneyland's "Indiana Jones: Temple of the Forbidden Eye."
5) World Bold - This font was designed for use on Epcot Center signage and in Epcot media.
Disney Movie Fonts
You probably have noticed that each Disney movie and cartoon series has its own distinctive style of title. That is how thorough Disney was with all of his creations.
9 Fonts From Disney Movies
Imagine the fun for someone who is given a Disney themed birthday party. Party invitations and decorations are very costly, and not always easy to find. Instead, you can print out custom invitations, party banners and unique party favors using these movie themed fonts. They are just like the ones used for the titles of the movies
1) Alice In Wonderland
4) Princess and the Frog
5) Nightmare Before Christmas
7) Finding Nemo
8) The Incredibles
Disney "Flavored" Fonts
These are not official fonts, but are created by artists out of love for the the Disney characters and are not letters, but graphics of Mickey, Pluto, Goofy and others who have become cultural icons.
One such font is called Mickey Ears Extra, and is a series of black silhouettes of Mickey Mouse, with letters or symbols in the face area. Another is Goofy Writing and the letters are little line drawings of Goofy holding a letter up in his hand. Firehouse Pup is a tribute to "101 Dalmatians," and is a series of drawings of a Dalmatian puppy, with a letter of the alphabet for his dog tag.
Use your imagination and let a Disney font be the sparkle you add to your next printing project.