A typeface inspired by the classic school lettering used for letterman jackets mixed with the paths in a labyrinth from Jim Hansons 1986 movie Labyrinth.
Inspired by visions of dystopian futures, this edgy typeface will help any of your projects stand out with sharp letterforms and distinctive characters.
I went for more of a simple look with a slash through the characters to give it an edgy, modern feel. I also went for sharp but curved characters to give contrast amongst them.This is a clone
This design was inspired by futuristic/space letters.
The round letters have a smooth outter edge while the inside still has it's sharp corners. The bits missing in the letters give it a separation and playful look.
This design was inspired by bubble letters and block letters.
Combining round edges to sharp edges creates a satisfying bubble block typeface. The highlight in the type create the illusion of a more rounded typeface.
I got this inspiration by the digital typeface used in videogames. I tend playing a lot of Japanese games so I called it Digital Otaku. If you look at the S it kind of looks like a pipe like the pipes in those Mario games made by Nintendo which is in Japan. Hope you enjoy my typeface!
This ornate typeface was designed with the intention to give every part of a letterform some curve. The end result was a typeface that mirrored the rounded shape of old-fashioned wood spindles like one might find on an antique dinning chair or an elaborate staircase in an ancestry home. Spindles like these were handcrafted and born from the finest lumber a proud wood worker could find. This same type of pride went into the crafting of Simple Spindle.
Being fascinated with old technology, I decide to make a typface reflectant of old computers used during the mid to late 20th century. I picture this font being typed with the clicky sounds of mechanical keyboards, and I hope so will you.
I wanted this font to be on the simpler side of things but still have a little bit of something different. It is suppose to look kind of harsh and jagged but still readable.
This is a typeface inspired by blackletter and the Victorian era. There are repeated elements like bars and dramatic serifs that make it stand out. This is best used for headings or titles.
Type inspired by old computer terminal typefaces and 8-bit style fonts.
This is an uppercase font created using dots as the main element of design. A font to test your mind and your inner space nerd with it's out of this world feel.
Give a neon look to your work with this double and rounded stroke font! Add a little outer glow and you get that neat neon look to all of your artwork. I hope you enjoy!
This is a DMACC project. It has futuristic vibes with a blocky flow.
This is a sans-serif display typeface, best used for big headlines. The inspiration for this typeface was stencil typefaces.This is a clone