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Anakinweb

This Sci-Fi archive has Aurabesh, Aurek-BeshHand, Boonta, DistantGalaxyAlternate, DistantGalaxyOutline, DistantGalaxySymbols, Droid, EPISODE-I, Ewok, ForcedReentry, JediHollowNormal, JediHollowNormal, JediSolidNormal, JediSolidNormal, JediSymbol, MasterforceHollow, MasterforceSolid, Naboo, Naboo_Futhork, Nal-Huttese, SW-tradeHuttese, SWyavin4, ShadowofXizor, Star-Vader, JediSymbol, StarJedi, StarJediHollow, StarJediLogoDoubleLine1, StarJediLogoDoubleLine2, StarJediLogoMonoLine, StarJediOutline, StarJediSpecialEdition, TIEWing, Trajan-Normal, Vibrocentric, Ewok, newAurabesh. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aurabesh

Archive with two Star Wars truetype fonts, Wars and Aurabesh. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aurek Fonts
[Ender Smith]

Ender Smith offers a list of all Star Wars-related fonts ever made. In addition, he designed some open source Star Wars fonts in 2020 at Github. The Aurabesh alphabet from StarWars inspired Aurabesh Typewriter, Aurabesh Oma Tres, Docking Bay 94, Aurabesh Sheev and Aurabesh Rodian. Other fonts include Domabesh Console and Old Tongue Yavin. Github link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aurek Fonts: Star Wars
[Ender Smith]

Ender Smith offers a list of all Star Wars-related fonts ever made. He classifies them as follows:

  • Aurebesh Fonts (Domabesh Fonts, Droidobesh Fonts, Dishabesh Fonts, High-Galactic [Latin] Fonts, Fonts for the Old Tongue)
  • Clynese (Corellian) Fonts
  • Geonosian Fonts
  • Mandalorian Fonts
  • Naboo Fonts (Futhark, Futhork)
  • Outer Rim Basic (aka Nal-Huttese) Fonts
  • Trade Federation Fonts
  • Ubese Fonts
  • Umbaran Fonts
  • Fonts for Unknown-Scripts (Canon)
  • Atrisian
  • Common Sith Fonts
  • Ewokese Fonts
  • Nal-Huttese (aka Outer Rim Basic) Fonts
  • Trade Huttese (aka the language from the Pizza Hut boxes)
  • Fonts for Unknown-Scripts (Legends)
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Ben Debaan
[Tommy of Escondido's Alien Fonts Page]

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Black Sun

Three fonts: EPISODE I (Boba Fonts, 1999), TIEWing (Boba Fonts, 1999), Aurabesh (1996). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Boba Fonts
[Davide Canavero]

Star Wars fonts: all made by Boba Fonts (Davide Canavero, Italy) in 1998-1999: Aurek-BeshHand, EPISODE-I, ShadowofXizor, Star Logo fonts (3 kinds), StarJediSpecialEdition, StarJedi, StarJediHollow, StarJediOutline, StarJediLogoDoubleLine1, StarJediLogoDoubleLine2, StarJediLogoMonoLine, TIEWing, Aurek-Besh, Bumbazoid (bubblegum and balloon font).

Alternate URL. Dafont link. Skyje link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

David A. Occhino
[David Occhino Design (was: Treehouse Graphic Design)]

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David Occhino Design (was: Treehouse Graphic Design)
[David A. Occhino]

Treehouse Graphic Design was David Occhino's font outlet. It is now called David Occhino Design. The Treehouse collection specialized in Startrek, futuristic, Disney and Indiana Jones style fonts, but has widened lately. Most fonts are commercial, but there are a few free ones:

  • Exclusive Designs: Tangaroa (2009, tiki font), TradeWind, Nautilus, Graviton, Voyager, Cinema, Firefly, Forest, Emblem.
  • Signage typefaces: Craftsmen (2010), Craftsmen Ornaments (2010).
  • Movie Fonts: Safari (1996, based on the famous Indiana Jones movie logo created by Mike Salisbury and David Willardson; version 2 in 2011), Venture, Astro, Galax-E, Time Travel, Iron Hero, Knight, Blade, Aeronaut (1997, avant-garde).
  • Art Deco Fonts: Aeronaut (1997; Aeronaut 2.0 in 2011), Cinema, Pan-Pacific (2010: based on the classic 1940s lettering style that was used for the signage for the famous Pan-Pacific Auditorium).
  • Theme Park Fonts: Kingdom (1996, blackletter), Mansion, Encounter, World.
  • Sci-Fi Fonts: Astro SE, Basestar, Blade, Encounter, Galax-E, Graviton, Nautilus, Time Travel, Voyager.
  • Halloween Fonts: Hocus Pocus, Nautilus, Mansion 3.0 (1996-2009), MansionCryptBats (2009, free).
  • Education Fonts: School.
  • Free Fonts: Aurebesh (for Star Wars, 1997), Forbidden Eye, Tangaroa Glyphs (Hawaiian petroglyphs, 2009), World Symbols, Big Thunder Dingbats (2009: Western dingbats).
  • Western fonts: Big Thunder (2009).
  • Fonts I can no longer find: Aurebesh, DNealianArrows, DNealianGuides, DNealianRegular, Starspeeder, StarspeederUpright, Pyramid's Venture, Victorian Mansion.

Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Davide Canavero
[Boba Fonts]

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Davide Rossetto
[Typografische Systeme]

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Dean Plantamura
[The Tuskan Trader: Trilogy Font]

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Deborah Kopanitsak

German digital artist, b. 1989. Designer of the Star Wars font Aurekbesh (2007). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dratsum

DR Hyperspace-31629-5000 (2011, FontStruct) is an all caps monospaced octagonal typeface that was influenced by fonts seen in vintage vector video games such as Asteroids, Tempest, Star Wars and Battlezone. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Edd's Aurebesh Fontworks
[Edward Schneider]

Edward Schneider (USA) creates fonts in the main Star Wars written script, called Aurebesh. In 2020, he released Skippy is Canon, Transdoshan Scratch, Gonk Droid and Jaxxons Lament. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Edward Schneider
[Edd's Aurebesh Fontworks]

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Ender Smith
[Aurek Fonts: Star Wars]

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Ender Smith
[Aurek Fonts]

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Franklin Gothic
[Morris Fuller Benton]

Franklin Gothic was designed from 1904 until 1913 by Morris Fuller Benton for ATF. It was one of the most successful advertising sans typefaces ever made. What the Americans called gothic in those days corresponds to the German Grotesk and the British grotesque. Designs close to Franklin Gothic of that era in Germany include Basic Commercial and Reform from D. Stempel AG. Later serif typefaces by Benton include Alternate Gothic, Lightline Gothic and News Gothic.

Franklin Gothic is seen in many high-profile situations, from books to billboards. It was featured on the cover of Lady Gaga's The Fame Monster. It is the official typeface of the MOMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York, and was even the typeface in the PBS series The Electric Company. Franklin Gothic Condensed was used for subtitles in the Star Wars films.

In 1979, under license with ATF, Vic Caruso began work on more weights of Franklin Gothic for ITC. His version adheres closely to the subtle variations in stroke thickness of the original design. As was usual with all ITC designs of that period, it had an enlarged x-height and condensed proportions, and, as a result, it became a standard choice for use in newspapers and advertising. In 1991, David Berlow completed the family for ITC (MyFonts shows 96 styles) by creating compressed and condensed weights. He writes: ITC Franklin Gothic Compressed is designed especially to solve impossibly tight copyfitting problems, while maintaining high legibility standards. ITC Franklin Condensed provides medium weights of narrow proportions.

Digital remakes and variations and versions include Franklin Gothic (URW++), Gothic 744 (Bitstream, later simply renamed Franklin Gothic), Franklin Gothic SG (2016, Elsner & Flake), Franklin Gothic Pro Black Condensed (2011, Red Rooster), and Frankfurt Gothic (Corel).

In 2019, ATF Type published ATF Franklin Gothic (Mark van Bronkhorst, Igino Marini, and Ben Kiel), a broad and multi-weight interpretation of Franklin Gothic, which only had bolder weights. For the lighter styles, the designers were inspired by Benton's Monotone Gothic.

MyFonts hit list for Franklin Gothic and its descendants. Subpage with the 96 styles of ITC Franklin Gothic by David Berlow, 1991-2008. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Free Movie Themed Fonts
[Tober Welsh]

Tober Welsh (a freelancer in Tacoma, WA) rounds up 50 free movie-themed fonts: 007 GoldenEye, 28 Days Later, Wolf's Bane (Wolverine Font), Squealer (AC DC Font, by Ray Larabie), Blade Runner Movie Font, Aurabesh (Star Wars Symbols Font), Han Solo (Star Wars Font), SF Fedora (Indiana Jones Font), Back To The Future 2002, Batman Forever, Due Date (COPS Font), CNN, Fight This (Fight Club Font), Friday13 (Friday the 13th Font), Grinched (How the Grinch Stole Christmas Font), Ringbearer (Lord of the Rings Font), Elvish Ring NFI (Lord of the Rings - Elvish), Aniron (Lord of the Rings - Alternative Font), Matrix, Nightmare Before Christmas, Planet of the Apes, The Ring, Sin City, Trek (Star Trek Font), Harry P (Harry Potter Font), Lumos (Harry Potter Book Font), SF TransRobotics (Transformers Font), Waltograph (Walt Disney Font), Final Fantasy, Halo3, Army of Darkness, Blade 2, Beynkales Demo (Corpse Bride Font), Trajan-Regular (The Movie Font), Red Right Hand (Hellboy Font), Homoarakhn (Spiderman and PS3 Font), Scream Real (Scream Font), An Unfortunate Event (Lemony Snicket's Font), Fiddums Family (Addams Family Font), Battlestar Galactica, Alien League (Alien Font), Adam Warren 0.2 (300 Font), AVP (Alien VS Predator Font), Timepiece (A Clockwork Orange Font), Metrolox (Enemy of the State Font), The Godfather, Impossible (Mission: Impossible Font), InvisibleKiller (Predator Font), Resident Evil, Terminator Real NFI (Terminator Font). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gilles Nuytens

Brussels-based designer of the free font Stargate Atlantis Glyphs (2007). He also has a Star Wars / Sci Fi font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gilles Nuytens
[The SciFi World]

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Gustav Ekelund

Stockholm-based conceptual artist. Designer of Aurbesh-Hand (2007), the Star Wars alphabet font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lex Kominek

Calgary-based designer of Naranja (2005), an experimental typeface built up of quarter circles and L-brackets. Its dingbats are inspired by Clockwork Orange. Faces made with FontStruct in 2008: Robot Builder (Solid, Shaded and Open: squarish typefaces), Polygonal Lasso (Far West type: 938 glyphs for Latin, Latin Extended A & B, Greek, Cyrillic, and Katakana), Marshmallow Script (based on Einhorn, Eclat, Deftone Stylus, and Magneto, all connected diner scripts), Crazy Eights (deck of cards), Ficus Stencil (+Compressed, +Condensed, +Extended, +Regular, +Zebra, +StencilOpen), Big Fat (+Vibrate, +Solid, +Shaded), Negatron (Regular, Solid and Fill), Tuscan Radar, Nuclear Depot Americum (495 glyphs consisting of stars), Nuclear Depot (Radioum, Neptunium, Plutonium, Uranium: a futuristic family that covers Cyrillic), Am I see are you pee see, eh? (a font that combines MICR with UPC-A). The links: big_fat_shaded, crazy_eights, ficus_stencil_compressed, ficus_stencil_condensed, marshmallow_script, negatron_fill, negatron_regular, negatron_solid, serpent_like_bold, tuscan_radar.

2009 creations: Haemophobe (pixel), Star Wreck, Mouthcaster (a bilined typeface based on the lettering on the front of the 1978 edition of the Scoutmaster's Handbook), Pasta (white on black), Medical Station Alpha (techno), Disco Stud (Chrome, Solid, Chrome Oblique, Solid Oblique), Affix, Infix (experimental and minimalist), Pinball Blizzard, Tears in Rain (a simplistic textura), Five Minute Hair Colour (slab serif), Seg Sixteen (LED face), Trajedy (pixel), Nobody 8 Italic (pixel), Home Sweet Home (a cross-stitch font), Wotan, Tiki Deaky, Writetyper, Chromatose (shadow family), Chocobot (an octagonal family containing Dark, Stacked (multilined), Milk, White), Big Fat (Shaded, Vibrate, Solid).

2010 creations: Fungal Sharp, Fungal Rounded (described by himself as a unicase stovepipe sans), Elliptical Lasso (Western ornamental caps), Astral Projection (a dot matrix typeface that updates Astra, a Letraset font designed by François Robert and Natacha Falda in 1973), Brick-block tops (3d effect), Knots, Spacerock (an extensive arc-based geometric family), Telephone (counterless), Pixular, StarWreck the Next Generation, Hockey Club, Brick-Block Tops, Bubblemania, Ziabelle Remix (outline, 3d, shaded), Hextone, Falcone (robotic face), but I didn't Trap the Deputy (Egyptian), Dinosaur Gothic.

Fonts from 2011: Apé'ritif (bilined), Csillagok (a futuristic face based on a Hungarian Star Wars poster), Valhalla (faux runic), Birodalom, Haboruja, Piezo, Felix (black art deco face).

Typefaces from 2013: Portafina, Portofino.

Typefaces from 2014: Hanz and Franz, McRasky (a MICR font), Apricpt, Classic Spacerock, Five Minute Hair Colour.

Typefaces from 2015: Big Fat Shaded Neue, Rampy, Managrom (monogram font), Spagett (connected cursive script). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luke Daley

Designer of Ur-Kittat (2020), a Star Wars font for the ancient runic language of the sith, used on Oshi's Dagger as well as many places throughout the Star Wars Universe. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Massassi Sar Wars

Star Wars font archive: Aurabesh, Droid, EPISODE-I, Ewok, Naboo, Naboo_Futhork, Nal-Huttese, SW-tradeHuttese, ShadowofXizor, Star-Vader, TIEWing [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matt Pfingsten

Creator of SW Crawl Title (2002), a Star Wars font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael H. Lee
[Omega Design]

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Mike E. Webb

Designer of Aurabesh (1996). Webb based his punctuation on work by Eric Kristiansen (a.k.a. Jackill) and invented glyphs for other common symbols. He made the lowercase letters small versions of the capitals. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Morris Fuller Benton
[Franklin Gothic]

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Neale Davidson
[Pixel Sagas (was: Protoform Project, and Fontshack)]

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New Aurabesh Starwars font
[Peter Schuster]

Starwars font created in 1998 by Peter Schuster and Mike E. Webb. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Omega Design
[Michael H. Lee]

Mike H. Lee is Atlanta-based designer of the futuristic font Terminator, which won an award at the TDC2 2001 competition (Type Directors Club). He has designed a number of techno/Startrek fonts with Josh Dixon, and these are on his site at Omega Design.

  • Babylon 5 Alien Fonts: Centauri, Vorlon, Narn, Drazi, Minbari, Vik-Minbari, Hyach, Pak'ma'ra, Shadow (see also here), Great Machine, Gaim, Llort, Abbai, Anti-Life Runes, Life Machine, Tak'cha, Babylon 5 Station&B5 Symbols.
  • Star Trek Alien Fonts: Klingon (Qo'noS), Romulan (Rihannsu), Fabrini, Preservers, Malcorian, Vidiian, Son'a, Ba'ku, Iconian, Sheliak, Andorian, Tkon, Tholian&Seltorian.
  • Other Alien Fonts: Guild (Dune), Fremen (Dune), Galach (Dune), Drac (Enemy Mine), Krell (Forbidden Planet), Utopian (Thomas More's book "Utopia"), Dinotopian (James Gurney's book "The World Beneath"), Ewok (from the animated series), Kromagg (from the T.V. series Sliders) Kanamit (from the Twilight Zone series episode "TO SERVE MAN") Kilrathi (from the movie "Wing Commander"), Veknoid (Star Wars), Naboo (Star Wars), Droid (Star Wars), Naboo Futhork (Star Wars) Nal-Huttese (Star Wars), Eltharin (Warhammer), Saurian (Warhammer), Common Talislan, High Talislan Ork Glyphs, Ork Clan Glyphs&Astradan, Kryptonian, Lokian, Neswar, Rigelian, Dark Eldar, Terran factions, Protoss, Akria, Lazuli&Valkyrie.
  • Miscellaneous fonts: Section Letters, U.S.A., Heinlein, Thuvia, Neo-Gothic, Orthodox, Elric, Old Westminster, Sir Seaton, Stormbringer (1999, with Michael Dolan), Cling&Celtext.
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Paul Jones

FontStructor who made these techno typefaces in 2010: UniCandiru2, DC2 Ghoti (Shavian alphabet), BloxFont 26 (an emulation of Bradbury Thompson's Alphabet 26 unicase font), BF26 Hollow, Heptadiox, Grdman2, AurabeshX, InterlacX (DC Comics' Interlac Alphabet), Milborough Gothic, Phonotypy2, Canidruita, UnigrafM, UnifonDC2, Alpha26, CandiruExtended, ShavianDC2, SimlishDC (artificial language face), Bloxfontexp, Phonotypy, Bloxfont Normal, Unicandiru (unicase), CompacCandiru, KozmikAycee (a Unicode font with 1724 glyphs!), Kamenwriter, DCTelStar (over 100 glyphs). The Phonotypty family is an interpretation of Issac Pitman's Phonotypy (for phonetic writing). Ancient DC2 (2011) is based on the Ancients alphabet from Stargate SG-1. Aka Dreaded Candiru2. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Peter Schuster
[New Aurabesh Starwars font]

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Pixel Sagas (was: Protoform Project, and Fontshack)
[Neale Davidson]

Free original designs, often with a science fiction feel, by Neale Davidson (b. 1971). Does some custom font work. Adventure.

Neale Davidson's typefaces:

  • 4E Dings (based on those used in WotC's 4E Dungeons and Dragons game).
  • AdventureNormal (1998), AdventureSubtitlesNormal, Alpha Mutation (2012, based on the title logo to the 2011 version of "Gammaworld"), Algol (2013, based on the logo for R Talsorian's "Mekton Zero" role-playing game), Alternity, Amuro (2013, +Condensed: an ocragonal typeface), Anayanka (2013, Cyrillic simulation font), Ancient Thorass (2013), Angel Arms (2012, a shothole font), Anglo Celestial (2014, connect-the-dots typeface), Anglorunic (2011), AngloYsgarth (2014), Angolmois (2013, based on the Hasbro 'Dark Energon' exclusive toy line), Armorhide (2013, sci-fi face), Arneson (2013), Artifact (2011; became Ravenwood), Aurebesh (2013, based on the WEG version of Star Wars Imperial Writing).
  • Bantorain (2013, spurred), Barazhad (2014, flourished, runic typeface based on the demonic and occult and necrotic languages from Wizards of the Coast's Dungeons and Dragons game), BattleBeasts (2000), Bayformance (2014), Beastformer (2011, based on the long-ago logo of Hasbro's "Battle Beasts"), Bayformance (2014), Beast Wars (2011, based on the logo of the show of the same name), Betazed (2013, for Star Trek betazoids), Bidan (2013, constructivist), Bienvenu (2011, pixel face), Blitzwing (2013, octagonal family), Blofeld (2013, a distressed font based on the title logo of Exile's cult-classic "Evil Genius"), Bloomingworth (2013), Braddington (2013, art deco), Britannian (2014, runes), Broadmoor (2012, art deco).
  • Callie Mae (2013: a rounded organic sans), Cardosan (2013, runic script), Carlton (2012), Celestial, Chapleau (2012, art deco), Chinyen (2005, oriental simulation), Clark (2013), Classic Robot (2011), Coburn (2013: miltary stencil), Colony Wars (replaced by Gallonigher), Comic Book, Constitution Class Hull, Convoy (2011, based on the logo for "Armada" and "Robots in Disguise"), Counterfire (2014, stencil), Crichton (2013, an avant-garde font based on the title logo from the "Farscape" television series), 2015 Cruiser (2013, based on the police-car lettering used in the move "Back to the Future II"), Crystal Deco (2008, based on the logo for much of the merchandising for "Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull"), CuniformEnglishNormal, Cyberfall (2013, octagonal / mechanical typeface based on the logo of the console game "Fall of Cybertron"), Cybertron Generations (dingbats, now replaced by Transdings), Cybertron Metals, Cybertron OpCode (2014), Coulson (2014, stencil), Cyberverse (2011, futuristic), Cyrodiil (2014).
  • Daedra (2012: based on the Elder Scrolls series of games), Dai Atlas (2013, based on the original Transformers logo from Hasbro), DalelandsNormal (a Celtic typeface based on the lettering used in early TSR Dungeons and Dragons products), Datacron (2013: based on the Fall of Cybertron toyline), Davek (2014, based on the dwarven and "under-mountain" runic scripts found in Wizards of the Coast's Dungeons and Dragons fourth edition role-playing game), Decahedron (2012), Destronic Graffiti (2013), Dethek Stone (2011, runes), DiamondFantasyNormal, Dinobots (based on the Dinobots logo from Hasbro's Beast Machines line), Dodecahedron (2012), Downlink (2013, techno), Dragonmaster, Droid (2015), Dunkin and Dunkin Sans (2012, based on the rounded fat letters of the Dunkin Donuts logo), Dovahkiin (2013), dPoly (2013, polyhedra and game dingbats), Duodecahedron (2012), Dwemer (2013), Dynotherm (2013, a heavy octagonal face).
  • Eladrin (2011, based on the third edition version of the Elven font used in Dungeons and Dragons), Electrorocket (2012, art deco), Elminster, Emotion Engine (2012, based on the Playstation 2 logo from Sony), Empanada (2013), Emulator (based on the old Nintendo game font), Energon (2011), Equestria (2012: based on the My Little Pony Line), Erte (2013), Espruar (2011, based on the Elvish script found within TSR's "2nd Edition: Dungeons and Dragons" Forgotten Realms Elvish script), Eurocorp (2012, based on the logo and menus within the classic "Syndicate Wars" game from Bullfrog Entertainment), Exodite Distressed (2013, a custom design for LPJ's "Neo-Exodus" Pathfinder campaign world), Explorien (2014), Eyvindr (2014, rune simulation font).
  • Falmer (2013), Fhokki (2014), Flipbash (2012, an octagonal typeface that is based on the logo of Hasbro's Bot Shots), Flynn (2011, futuristic stencil face), Fontana (2011, techno-futuristic), Fractyl (2013, used for the Predacons' speaking bubbles in the BotCon "Ground Zero" comic in 1997), Furmanite (2011).
  • Gaiking (2012: Based on the logo of Mattel's Giant Robot toyline, Shogun Warriors), Galaxy Force (2011, based on Hasbro's Transformers: Cybertron logo), Gallonigher (was Colony Wars), Gamedings, Gargish (2013), Gargoyles, Garriott (2013, runic), Geddes (2011, art deco sans related to Futura), Gemcut (2013), Generation Two, GIColton (2014), GiediAncientAutobot (2014), GiediDecepticonGraffiti, GiediGoldenDisk, GiediMaximal, GiediPredacon, Gin Rai (2011, based on the logo of Hasbro's latter-era "Generation One" Transformers series), Gold Box (2012, a pixel typeface based on the in-game lettering from the classic SSI "Gold Box" game collection, featuring Dungeons and Dragons: Pool of Radiance, Curse of the Azure Bonds, and so on), Gosub (2011, a pixel typeface similar to the on-screen lettering of the Timex Sinclair), Gotham Nights (2011, based on the lettering used in "Batman: The Animated Series"), Green Martian (2013), Gutcruncher (2011, based on the logo from the famous Blood Bowl game), Graalen (2013: an alien-glyph typeface based on the Andorian writing found in Last Unicorn Games' Among the Clans supplement for their Star Trek: Roleplaying Game).
  • Harker (2013), Harpers (runes), Hauser (octagonal, futuristic; Former "Action Force", based on the logo of GI Joe), Hellpoint (2013, based on some of the plate markings founds in IDW's "Transformers" comic series), Hetfield (2013: a spurred typeface), Hexahedron (2012: dice), Hexahedron Rounded (2013), Hyperspace (2012, thin monoline octagonal, based on the original Atari vector font from Battlezone, and on Asteroids).
  • Imaki (2011, futuristic; was Cybertron Metals; based on the logo of the Japanese Beast Wars Metals series), Indiana (2012, from the titling for the Indiana Jones movies and comics), Instruction (2012, monospaced and monoline caps typeface for engineering applications), Interceptor (2014, sci-fi), Invaders (2012, based on posters for the 1960s movie), Iokharik (2014, a Mandarin-stylized runic typeface based on the language described in Wizards of the Coast's Dungeons and Dragons), Iori (2013, octagonal stencil family).
  • Jedi (2012: Star Wars logo font), JediHollowNormal, JediSolidNormal, Jefferies (former Constitution Class Hull, based on the original Star Trek Enterprise lettering), Jhiaxus (2011, based on the logo of "Transformers: Generation Two"), Joystick (2011, based on the lettering used from Sears' Tele-Games cartridges), Jumpman (2012, based on the logo of the original Donkey Kong game from Nintendo).
  • Kanno (a geometric sans formerly called Sharon Apple), Kargi (2014), Kentaurus (2013, Greek simulation typeface; he writes: This 'microgramma-like' font is based on the "Kentaurus" writing found within Franz Joseph's "Star Trek: Technical Manual"), Ketchum (2011, a comic book typeface based on the logo of the popular Pokemon franchise), Kehdrai (2014), Kreon (2011, a round techno typeface based on the logo of Hasbro's Kre-O line).
  • LaBoeuf (2011, techno: based on Indiana Jones subtitles), Laser Rod (2011, based on the Transformers line), Lassiter (2012, a spurred Western typeface), Lorre (art deco).
  • Mage Script (2013), Majel (2013, an avant-garde typeface), Majoram (2012, a hairline avant garde typeface), Majoram Serif (2012), Manga (2011, oriental simulation), Mara's Eye (2013, based on the lettering used on Disneyland's Indiana Jones "Forbidden Eye" ride), Marston (2013, on the title logos of numerous Spaghetti westerns), Masterforce, MasterforceHollow, MasterforceSolid, MaximalBeasts, Maximus, Mechalock (2013, based on the "Combiners" subline logo from Hasbro's "Robots in Disguise" Transformers series), Mech Tech (2013, based on Hasbro's "Transformers: Dark of the Moon's" toys' "Mech Tech" logo), Medabots (based on the Hasbro toy line), Megatron (2011, based on the logo of the live-action Transformers movies), Microgramma Extended (later replaced by Probert), Minerva (2012: based on the logos used for Shout's releases of Transformers: Headmasters, Masterforce, and Victory), Mission GT-R (2013, based on Takara's "Transformers: GT-R"), Mode X (2012, based on lettering from classic "Mode X" games of the early 1990s), Modern Cybertronic (2013: an alien-dings font based on Jim Sorenson's "Ancient Autobot" script), Modern Destronic (2013: based on Jim Sorensen's "Ancient Decepticon" script), Modern Iaconic (2014: based on the 'runic' letting found in Transformers: Legacy), Mons Olympia (2014, sci-fi), Montalban (2011, based on the title credits of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan), Moria (runes), Morse Tech, MysticEtchingsNormal.
  • Nakadai (2011, a unicase techno font based on Hasbro's Transformers: Prime figures), Neo Gen (2011, based on the logo for the SD Gundam series of games), Neostar (2012, sci-fi), Neverwinter (2011, based on the logo of the popular "Neverwinter Nights" computer game from Bioware) (see also here), Night Warrior, Nippon Tech (faux oriental), Nite Club (2011, dot matrix), Nyctographic (2014).
  • Octohedron (2012), Okuda (formerly Okudagrams; based on the LCARS characters from Star Trek: The Next Generation), Omnicron, Ophidian, Optic (2011), Optimus (2011, based on the original Transformers logo from Hasbro), Orion (2012, a techno-style font based on the "Robots in Disguise" logo from Hasbro's 2012 Transformers toyline), Overseer (2011).
  • Pacmania (2013), Palisoc (2013), Pcap Terminal (2014, sci-fi face), Phoenixians (2012: based on the logo of Centuri's Phoenix arcade game), Pixel Cowboy (2015), Pixel Musketeer (2013, based on Sony's Wild Arms and Wild Arms 2 games for the Playstation), Pixel Azure Bonds (2015), Pixel Combat (2015), Pixel NES (2013: based on screen fonts of Colecovision, Timex Sinclar, Nintendo, SimTech's ModeX VGA, Tandy Color), Planewalker (formerly called Magic Cards. Based on the text used in older Magic: The Gathering cards), PlanewalkerDings (2014), Plavsky (2013), Pokemon, Politik (2014, constructivist), Powerpuff (based on the logo of "The Powerpuff Girls" from Cartoon Network), PredaconBeasts, Probert (replaces Microgramma Extended), Protoculture (2012, based on the franchise logo of Robotech).
  • Qijomi (2013), Quintanar (2011), Quantum (2013: based on the title credits of the James Bond movie "Quantum of Solace").
  • Rapier Zero (2013), Ravenwood (2011), Razorclaw (2013: based on the logo of the Beast Hunters Transformers line), Reanaarian (2014), Reconstruct (2013), Red World (2014), Regen (2012: a science-fiction font based on the logo used on the cover of the Transformers: Regeneration One comics), Rellanic (2014), Renegade (2013, techno stencil, based on FASA's "Renegade Legions" gaming line), Resavy (2012, a Broadway style art deco beauty), Rio Oro (2012, a Far West Tuscan marquee font), Robot Masters (now called Takara), Roddenberry (2011, based on the StarTrek logo), Roughknight (formerly Materia Arms. Based on the Wild Arms 5 video game logo---it simulates wood type and is Western in concept), RubCaps (2013), RunicEnglishNormal.
  • SandsofFireNormal, Schnaubelt (2011, rounded technical caps face), Semphari (2014), SharpAvienne (2014), Sierra Madre (2012: an avant-garde typeface based on the Sierra Madre casino's logo from Fallout: New Vegas: Dead Money), Silverball Oblique (2012, LED font), Simple Runes, Sinescript (2013), SkeksisNormal, Skir, Sorenson (2013, a stencil typeface), StarburstPips (2014), StarcraftNormal, Starfleet (2004), Stark (2012: based on the title logo of the Iron Man and Iron Man 2 movies), Steamcog Caps (2013), Steampuff (2012), Steamwreck (2012), Steiner (2014), Sternbach (2011), Straczynski (2011, based on the opening credits for the classic television series "Babylon 5"), Strongarm (2014, based on the title logo of Hasbro's Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2015) line), Suchet (2013: a nice art deco typeface inspired by the material of BBC Production's legendary "Poirot" series starring David Suchet), Symtext (2012, a faux 5x5 bitmap font based on the lettering used in early VGA games, such as Syndicate).
  • Taibaijan (faux Arabic), Takara (former Robot Masters; based on the "Robot Masters" logo from Takara's Transformers), Tandysoft (2011, based on the old typeface of the MC-10 computer), Tellarite (2013: based on the canonical glyphs of the "Tellarite" language from Paramount's Star Trek franchise), Tetrahedron (2012), Thorass (runes), Thundara (the old name was Thundercats), Tirolese (2013, an alien glyph font), Tonopah (2012, western font), Toril (2011), Transdings (replaces Cybertron Generations: based on Transformers logos from Hasbro), Transformers, TransformersHollowNormal, TransformersSolidNormal, Transmaidens, Transmetals (based on Hasbro Inc's, "Beast Wars: Transmetals" logo), Trek Arrowheads (2013), Trek Arrowcaps (2013), Tsa Script (2011, based on logos used within TSR's classic "Dragon Magazine"), Turok (2011, based on the logo of the "Turok" video game), Turtles (2011, based on the popular classic "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" logo), Twobit (2013, LCD font)
  • Vector Sigma (2011, based on the secondary "Beast Machines" logo), Vecna (2014), Videopac (2013, a stencil typeface based on a Philips gamme from the 1970s), Virtucorp (2014), Visionaries, Visitor Script (2013), Volkoff (2013, a Russian style tencil face).
  • Warlords (2011, based on the logo of the game series), Whitestone (2014, octagonal), Whittle (2013, octagonal), Winslett (2012, Far West face), Wreckers (2013, octagonal).
  • XBall (2013, loosely based on several title logos from Electronic Arts's (EA's) sports gaming titles).
  • YsgarthEnglishNormal (2011, almost blackletter).
  • Zarathos (2012, based on the titles for the Ghost Rider movie series), Zebulon (2013, sci-fi typeface based on the title logo of TSR's classic "Star Frontiers" game series), Zentran (2013, based on the Zentraedi glyphs found in Harmony Gold's "Robotech" franchise).
  • Typefaces from 2014: Rebellion, Politik (squarish).
  • Typefaces from 2015: Diner Bold, RPM, Pixel Calculon, Pixel Intv, Pixel Digivolve (based loosely on the title logo from the classic Digimon), Mechfire (military stencil and octagonal styles), Aurabesh Cantina (Star Wars font), Huggy Bear, Sigma Five, dPoly Block Dice, dPoly Imperial, dPoly Steampips (steampunk genre), Pixel Gosub, Pixel Symtext, Strongarm (circled glyphs), Chromia, Pixel Countdown, Pixel Tactical, Pixel Azure Bonds, Pixel Combat, Pixel Cowboy, IDroid.
  • Typefaces from 2016: Hastings (art deco), Timepiece, Norfolk (octagonal; based on US Navy ship lettering), Nuffle (slab serif), Nuffle Dice, Outland (octagonal), Subspace (based on the early logo for CBS/Paramount's 2017 Star Trek television series), Spellweaver Nodes (a simple runic connect-the-dots font based on Dragon Magazine's fantasy hieroglyphics), Gobotronic (based on a design from Jim Sorenson, Gobotronic is a symbolic interpretation of the language of Hanna-Barbera's own take on robots in disguise), Kaplah (angular sans), Brainstorm, Manhattan Tower, Persis, Exostencil, Phelps (based on the Mission Impossible series), Inquisitor (insipired by the Dark Heresy sub-titles from Fantasy Flight Games), Steamwheel (steampunk style), Horizon, Thirty-Seven (art deco), Draconis (loosely on the title logos of Wizards of the Coast's Dungeons and Dragons: Fifth Edition game line).

Dafont link. See also here and here, here, and here. Klingspor link. Abstract Fonts link. Devian Tart link. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sci-Fi 2000

Over 200 genre fonts for Star Trek, Terminator, Alien, Star Wars, all in one archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Scott Watson

Co-designer with Michael Lee of the Star Wars fonts Ewok (1998), Naboo (1999), Naboo_Futhork (1999), and Nal-Huttese (1999). He used FontStruct in 2008 to make the experimental typeface Wim Crouwel 68. It is based on a typeface on the cover of 20th Century Type Remix (1998, Laurence King Publishing), which is in turn based on a poster by Wim Crouwel in 1968, appearing on page 113 of said book. That font can be downloaded at FontStruct. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Silina Pintar

Ljubljana, Slovenia-based designer of the sci-fi typeface Star Wars (2018). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Star Wars

Star Wars fonts by Davide Canavero: Star Jedi, Star Outline, Star Hollow, Shadow of Xizor. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Star Wars Downloadable Fonts

Futuristic font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Starwars Fandom

An information page on the Star Wars alphabet, Aurebesh. Aurebesh was a writing system used to transcribe Galactic Basic, one of the most used languages in the galaxy. In the Outer Rim Territories, Aurebesh was sometimes used alongside Outer Rim Basic, another alphabet. [Google] [More]  ⦿

StarWars-Union.de

Star Wars font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stormtrooper On Weekends

Designer of the Star Wars font Aurebesh English (2019) and the alien script Aurebesh Droid (2019), which is based on the droid version of the Aurebesh typeface used in Star Wars. [Google] [More]  ⦿

The SciFi World
[Gilles Nuytens]

Star Wars and Sci Fi font archive run by Gilles Nuytens from Brussels. [Google] [More]  ⦿

The Tuskan Trader: Trilogy Font
[Dean Plantamura]

Trilogy is a 5USD shareware font by Dean Plantamura based upon the lettering used in promotional material for the Star Wars Trilogy. Mac version only, type 1 and TrueType. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tober Welsh
[Free Movie Themed Fonts]

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Tommy of Escondido's Alien Fonts Page
[Ben Debaan]

The best Startrek and Alien Fonts page. Many fonts here are made by Tommy of Escondido (in real life: Californian Ben Debaan), Mike H. Lee and Josh Dixon. You will find: Bajoran, Borg, Cardassian, Dominion/Jem Hadar canon, Ferengi, Tim Miller Ferengi, Old Style Klingon, Hollow, New Style Klingon, Q'onos, Rihannsu Romulan, Trill, Old Vulcan beta release, Modern Vulcan, Qo'noS (1998), Kazon, Fabrini, Preserver, Binar, El Aurian, Malcorian, Voth, Vidiian, Krenim, Nyrian, Taresian. Centauri, Cardassian, B5 Windings, Binar, StarTrek, Babylon 5, SF Alien fonts. Also, a Dune Chakobsa language page. Great alian fonts page. Has special pages with Startrek fonts such as Kilrathi, Babylon 5 alien fonts, made principally by Mike H. Lee (Vorlon, Minbari, Minbari type II, Shadow, Narn, Pak'ma'ra, The Great Machine of Epsilon 3, Centauri, Babylon 5 wingdings, Markab, Brakiri, Gaim, Drazi, Hyach, Abbai, Llort, Anti-Life Runes, B5 Station Human). We also find New Aurabesh by Peter Schuster, Yavin 4 by Tommy of Escondido, Ewok by Mike H. Lee, Guild by Mike H. Lee&Josh Dixon, Fremen by Mike H. Lee, Josh Dixon&John Quijada, Galach (Imperial) by Mike H. Lee, Josh Dixon, Dinotopian by Mike H. Lee&Josh Dixon, Drac by Mike H. Lee&Josh Dixon, Krell by Mike H. Lee, Kromagg by Mike H. Lee, Kzinti by Daniel U. Thibault, SG-1 Go-ald by Tommy, Thomas More Utopian by Mike H. Lee, Visitor by Tommy. Newest fonts: ST Insurrection Son'a.ttf, Twighlight Zone "to serve man" Kanamit.ttf, Babylon 5 Life Machine ttf. Time Digital on Ben Debaan. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tycho Ordo

Designer of a 4-style Star Wars family of free typefaces called Aurebesh (2012) and AureTech (2015). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Typografische Systeme
[Davide Rossetto]

Typografische Systeme is a type foundry in Zurich, Switzerland, founded by Davide Rossetto. His typefaces:

  • Funktional Grotesk (2017). Influenced by Emil Ruder's functionalism, this is a modernist no-frills sans typeface family.
  • Plasmaa (2019). A 3-style squarish typeface family inspired by Wim Crouwel's work.
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zzt.archive

Archive of ZZT-format game fonts: AKFont, Barney Exterminator and You vs. Stupidity (AKWare), DMSoft Font and ZZTKewl Font (DMSoft), DrCrab's Engines (DrCrab123), Escape From Planet Red v.H and Rat Race 2.6 (yenrab), Hollywood Hooker (Draccko), Hyper ZZT and Six Silver Gems (Claudio Leite), Star Wars Mode (CLAbles), Stasis Qube Unfinished (tseng), Twisted RPG (El_Barto), Twisted ZZT (tucan), Jedi Knight (noachnet), Kewlio Font (Kewlio), King Trethain's Heir and Quest 3-D (Nivek), Shake:The Mystical Hamster (Team SmileyX). [Google] [More]  ⦿