Rolling Stone font

image of the official Rolling Stone font

The magazine known as Rolling Stone was formed back in 1967 has has grown to become the world’s most well-known music mag. Little has changed over that time including their very recognisable logo. The font that is used in the Rolling Stone magazine logo is a typeface by the name of Royal Acid Bath. It is a True Type Font (TTF) that was created by the design team at the Sharkshock font foundry in 2007.

Included in the font download file are x2 seperate fonts: the Regular version, and also a Outline version. The regular version is the one that is used in the official Rolling Stone logo. However, you can also use the Outline version to create a design that has a unique twist on the original. Included in both versions are characters for: uppercase, lowercase, numerals and punctuation glyphs.

This is a freeware font, meaning that you can use if for all non-commercial purposes. Grab yourself a copy now by clicking on the link below:

About the Rolling Stone typeface

As one the most influential music magazines of our time, this publication also touches on topics relating to politics and pop culture. Founded in San Francisco back in 1967, the first issue was released on 9 November of that year and featured John Lennon on the front cover. Since then it has continued to grow in popularity, and in more recent years an online version (i.e. website) was launched. Some of the success of this magazine as a brand comes from the fact that the logo design is an immediately recognisable one. The typeface used is an italic style with a distinctive elongated flourish on the capital “R” of the word “Rolling”.


Rolling Stone font generator

Use our free Rolling Stone font generator tool below to create your own custom design logo or image. Enter your text, select a font, choose a font size, and pick your favorite colors. Hit the Generate button and your logo/image is created and ready to download.


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