Published: 22nd February, 2012
Last edited: 22nd February, 2012
Created: 12th February, 2012
If there was a converter that converted music to fonts, this is what I'd expect to come out if you put in dubstep.
Inspired by the logos of dubstep artists such as Nero and Skrillex.
Published: 25th November, 2011
Last edited: 25th November, 2011
Created: 14th November, 2011
Awesome. It's a Skrillex font, this one with characters and somewhat-good spacing. Yeah, it kinda stinks. The letters are off, but there's characters, adequate spacing, and...well, yeah.
Published: 4th September, 2011
Last edited: 4th September, 2011
Created: 8th April, 2010
Releasing two more fonts within a day, well, after a huge break I couldn't come back empty-handed.
This is a remix of my most popular font, Sector 017, but this time it's clean and simple, only leaving random cuts and angles here and there. Still, it's a super-duper-techno-futuristic font.
A loooong time ago someone asked me to do a version without the famous eroded pattern. So I created this FontStruction and I've been working on it for... more than a year. Why so long? LOL I DUNNO.
Similar version is visible in many designs of TAMRECORDS (a Russian neurofunk record label) and the credit goes to Pixel Junglist, an Ukrainian artist who is responsible for their artworks (I guess he is...). He remixed the original Sector 017 as well, I think I've just made his job much easier :).
There are "Basic Latin" and "More Latin" character sets available +Polish and Cyrillic characters.
Take a look here: http://www.behance.net/gallery/TAMRECORDS/568101
It doesn't mean that I'm not going to rig up a nice sample pic. It's gonna be at least about 20% cooler than the one I made for Sector 017. This is a clone of Sector 017
Published: 3rd September, 2011
Last edited: 20th July, 2012
Created: 2nd June, 2011
A font inspired by Skrillex logo. Skrillex is a stage name of Sonny Moore, an electronic music artist who is famous for his dubstep releases, especially his EP called "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites".
Each letter has a different horizontal position in lowercase.
Future plans: expanding to full latin set, editing in FontLab Studio, in addition with proper kerning, spacing, precise positioning and some minor stuff which is impossible to be done in FontStruct (for now).
A message for everyone: if you're about to type "Skrillex" only, I recommend you making or downloading a perfect vector trace of the original logotype OR just hit "#", if you decide to use my font for your design. I often see Skrillex's logo adaptations made using this font and... I don't know why, but people somehow screw it up almost everytime.
- numerals added
- changed the name, removed "(Skrillex font" part
- added the following characters: "!", "?", "-", "_", ",", ".", "$".
Because people are frequently looking for this font on the internet and they have various problems with registering on FontStruct, I'm providing a link to the font on Dropbox: URL (three extra sample pics included! Woohoo! Everyone loves sample pics!)
Make sure you will read one of these text files preceded by numerous semicolons attached to the archive. You will also find there readme and license files provided by FontStruct. The archive itself is 100% virus-free.
Sites like DaFont did not accept it through the process of submission. Not sure why, though. Metallica or AC/DC inspired fonts are available, sigh.
Disclaimer: I do not own any rights to Skrillex brand and/or any of trademarks related to it. I am not taking any responsibility for legal issues resulting from usage of this font. The font itself is not 100% accurate with "Skrillex" logotype. If you are the owner of the rights to the brand, you can complain by sending an e-mail to me on address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published: 18th August, 2019
Last edited: 10th May, 2014
Created: 21st April, 2014
I hope that dubstep fans and people who record their Battlefield 4 gameplays are going to be pleased with this one. I'm a total sellout, obviously the only thing that matters in my life is my download count on dafont.com. But seriously, I thought that Corruptor LDR needed an additional bold version, so here it is. A bit inspired by the work of Andrew McCluskey. This is a clone of Corruptor Clean LDR