AC DC Font

About AC DC Font

The above is probably the first logo for AC/DC, the Australian hard rock band formed in November 1973. Set in a geometric stencil font with the lightning bolt in the center, the logo was first seen on their debut album, High Voltage (Australian) and then on the second album T.N.T..  A font that is similar to the logo is Glaser Stencil.

Then a new logo was seen on the cover of internationally released High Voltage (1976). The logo features a gothic font with green borders around the text and the lightning bolt remained in the logo.

Then follows a pink logo in the 1976 album Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap. The logo is in script cartoon lettering, with the lightning bolt replaced with a slash.  A similar font would be Freehand 575.

Another AC/DC logo that features shaky and broken lettering, a one-off design seen on the cover of 1978 album Powerage. A similar font would be Shatter.

Finally comes the iconic AC DC logo most people are familiar with. This logo first appeared on the cover of the group’s fourth album Let There Be Rock. The logo was designed by Gerard Huerta in 1977 and it features the AC DC text in blackletter with a lightning symbol in the center. To recreate the logo, you can use a font named Squealer, download it for free here.

You can follow the link above to download AC DC font. Use the text generator below if you want to create text graphics with the font online.

Create Text Graphics with AC DC Font

The following tool will transform your text into graphics using AC DC font, you can then save the image or click on the EMBED button to get links to embed the image on the web. If you are not satisfied with the result, you may modify it further with our image tools.

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