The closest font that we could find to one used in the original Flintstones logo is a typeface by the name of Flintstone. It was designed and created by Peter S. Bryant. This font is a close replica of the original, and includes the same angular strokes that give it that same primitive, rough and ancient appearance. This font is perfect for for any art or design project where you are trying to invoke a prehistoric look and feel.
The image below shows what The Flintstones font looks like:
Click on the link below to download a free copy of the Flintstones font, that you can install on your computer – whether it be a PC or a Mac. The font comes in a TFF font format, which means that it is compatible and installable on all computers.
The first animated cartoon series to be aired on American prime-time television, The Flintstones ran for 166 episodes across six seasons between 1960 and 1966. The comedy sitcom was based in a loose Stone Age setting, and was one of the first American cartoons to be targeted at an adult audience. The franchise would later grow after the original series’ ending to include several films and related television series in the 1970s and 1980s featuring the same original characters. You can even find two Flintstones-themed amusement parks in the US! The main characters are: Fred, Wilma, Bamm-Bamm, Barney, Betty, Pebbles, Dino, Mr Slate, and The Great Gazoo.
If you would like to create your very own Flintstones inspired image, you can use our free Flintstons Font Generator tool. It's actually quite simple to operate and use. To get started, all you need to do is enter in some text, specify a size, and choose some colors. Hit the generate button, and your custom Flintstones image is auto-magically created for you. Boom!