Pink Floyd font

image of the official Pink Floyd font

The Pink Floyd font that is most similar to the one that was used on the cover of The Wall album is a typeface by the name of Floydian. It was created by a Japanese design firm by the name of GAIA Productions back in September of 1995.

Floydian is a very close replica of the original hand-drawn logo that was used on the The Wall album, which itself was released on 30 November 1979. The design team at GAIA Productions have kindly released their Floydian font as a completely free font. This means that you can freely download the Floydian font and use it as you please. To get your copy of this great 70’s rock inspired font, simply head to the bottom of this page and click on the green download button that you find there.

A range of different typefaces were used to create the logo lettering across the various Pink Flloyd studio albums:

  • The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967)
  • A Saucerful of Secrets (1968)
  • More (1969)
  • Unmagumma (1969)
  • Atom Heart Mother (1970)
  • Meddle (1971)
  • Obscured by Clouds (1972)
  • The Dark Side of the Moon (1973)
  • Wish You Were Here (1975)
  • Animals (1977)
  • The Wall (1979)
  • as well as others including: The Final Cut, A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, The Division Bell, and The Endless River.

Grab yourself a copy of this cool Pink Floyd psychedelic font via the download button below.

About the Pink Floyd brand and logo

If you were living in England in the 1960s and the 1970s, you were no doubt familiar with the rock group from London, Pink Floyd. The band was known for singing progressive, experimental, and psychedelic rock with philosophical lyrics. And their innovative sound didn’t go unnoticed, as the group sold over 250 million records worldwide, some of which topped album charts in both the UK and the US. Two of their albums have been listed as some of the best-selling albums of all time and made it into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Their 1979 album goes by the name of The Wall is one of their most popular releases of all time. This release (which the Floydian font is based off) contained a mammoth 4 albums, with 26 tracks in total including the all-time classic “Another Brick In The Wall”.


Pink Floyd font generator

You can create your very own Pink Floyd font inspired by their hit album titled "Dark Side Of The Moon" using our letter generator tool below. Or you could even try creating a logo that looks like one used on their "Wish You Were Here" album cover. The band is also well known for their smash-hit studio album "Animals" which was released in the UK on 21 January 1977. The choices are only limited by your creativity. Enter your text, choose your color, and hit the Generate button to get started.


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