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Luc Devroye
McGill University
Montreal, Canada
lucdevroye@gmail.com
http://luc.devroye.org
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Seoul, Korea-based designer of the custom sci-fi typeface OXS (2014: for Latin). [Google] [More]  ⦿

111service

Mainly Startrek fonts in this archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

1919 Type Foundry
[Scott Sullivan]

1919 Type Foundry presents the typographic work of Scott Sullivan, who is currently a graphic design major at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, scheduled to graduate in 2009. About the name: The year 1919 was the year that the Bauhaus school opened in Weimar, Germany. It was roughly the year 1919 when Modernism and Constructivism were born in Germany and the U.S.S.R., respectively. All fonts are heavily based in geometry, therefore: Dosim OKT, Geovlad (2009, constructivist, based on the posters of Georgii and Vladimir Stenberg), 44X34X (2009, futuristic, free). The Triflig Paradigm is another project of his. There he is developing some fonts such as Moon Man, and one can download Gnashraw-Spaced (2009) and two of his FontStruct (pixel) fonts, pgdm001 and pgdm002 (2009). Designmoo link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

3020: A Duncan Odyssey

Science fiction font archive (about 10 fonts) presented by Michael and Sherrie Duncan. [Google] [More]  ⦿

A Call To Duty

Startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

A hundred dollars and a dog
[Stefan Ruetz]

German design company run by Isabelle Gehlmann and Stefan Ruetz. Stefan designed the free futuristic typeface Bert (2005). [Google] [More]  ⦿

aarrgghh!
[Dave Hill]

Aarrgghh has Dave Hill's own Sci-Fi fonts at 25USD a shot: Martian Chronicle, Hit Me, Potrzebie, Temptation, Rockette, Dangerous Vision, Evolution, Sky High and Spiderman #129. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Acid Fonts

7000+ Archive and links. Contains subdirectories with Sci-Fi fonts and dingbats. Frequently added new fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Act Select (Segasonic)

Major Japanese free font foundry with techno, katakana, hiragana, comic book Latin, techno and game fonts. List: NiseAirTrix, NiseAlienFront, NiseAstroCity, NiseChuChu, NiseColumns, NiseEnduroRacer, NiseEswat, NiseGalaxyForce, NiseGameGear, NiseGenesis, NiseGreatestNine02, NiseGunstarHeroes, NiseHangOn, NiseHornet1994, NiseHornet1997, NiseIchidantRK, NiseIsao, NiseJSRF, NiseJoypolis, NiseKidChameleon, NiseKnuckles, NiseMarkIII, NiseMegaDriveEU, NiseMegaDriveK, NiseOverWorks, NisePico, NiseR360, NiseRoboPitcherK, NiseSG1000, NiseSGGG, NiseSega, NiseSegaK, NiseSegaKara, NiseSegaKn, NiseSegaNet, NiseSegaRosso, NiseSegaSaturn, NiseSegaSports, NiseSegaSports2k, NiseSegaSports2k1, NiseSegaSports2k2, NiseSegaSports2k3, NiseShiningD, NiseShinobi1987, NiseSonic, NiseSonicBattle, NiseSonicIcon, NiseSonicK, NiseSonicKb, NiseSonicShuffle, NiseSpaceHarrier, NiseSuperHangOn, NiseTantRK, NiseTera, NiseTheDead, NiseThunderBlade, NiseUfoCatcher, NiseVFkids, NiseWonderMega, NiseZaxxon, NiseZillion, NiseHotRod, NiseMajorLeague, NiseMegaDriveBR, NiseSegaSonic. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adam Moroncsik

Handletterer and illustrator from Budapest. He created Khimaira (2011, futuristic/alchemic). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adam Worsley

Creator of the futuristic typeface Adam's Font (2005). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adrenalyn915

FontStructor who made the futuristic Metal gear typeface RISING (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Adriano Iha

During his studies in Sao Paulo, Adriano Iha designed the sci-fi typeface Kyra (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alan Luna

Alan Luna (Monterrey, Mexico) created the high-contrast fashion mag art deco typeface Camila and the techno futuristic typeface Gretta Display (2014).

Behance link. Cargo Collective link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Albatross (or: Font Deals)
[Jay Hilgert]

Albatross is Jay Hilgert's foundry in Oklahoma City, OK, est. 2008. Before Albatross, Jay Hilgert ran Bittbox (or: BB Free Fonts), a site dedicated to free clipart and vector art.

Typefaces from 2008 include the informal outline typeface Tire Shop, the informal 3d shadow typeface Blox (2008), the 3-d wood typeface Baja California, the stunning four-style family called BB Petie Boy (which includes an ornamental caps style, a grunge style, a blackboard style and a sketch style), Fusty Saddle, 23rd Street (a graffiti font) and Whiteboard Modern.

In 2009, he followed up with Oil Change (3d, hand-drawn).

In 2011, he created the futuristic family Naughty Astronaut (+Cowboy), the Western typeface ABTS Gunsmoke, the connected retro script typeface ABTS Milk, ABTS Feather Pen, ABTS Oklahoma (retro deco), ABTS Aviator (2011, art deco caps face), and ABTS Day of the Dead (ornamental skulls, Mexican style), ABTS Crestwing (an inline caps face), Helios Pro.

Typefaces from 2013 include Boom (a comic book typeface family, with hand-drawn Boom Symbols).

Typefaces from 2014: Signyard (a retro overlay font family that evokes motel signage), Microbrew (letterpress emulation i many increasingly grungy styles, accomanied by Ornaments and Banners), Sparhawk (a 3d layered display font), Castor One (wood and letterpress style), Altus (a hand-drawn elliptical sans, +Altus Extras: ornaments).

Creative Market link. Dafont link. In 2011, he started Font Deals. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Albhed Fans

A cooperative of designers who created Al-Bhed (2005), a futuristic runes face [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aldo Ojeda Campos

Mexican designer of Sinapsis (2007), a futuristic Bank Gothic style font, Galactic Troopers (2010, futuristic), and Madame Butterfly (2009, rounded sans). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alejandro Lecuna

Codesigner with Henning Brehm at Design Tourist of the commercial typeface Pandorum (2012), which was originally designed for film sets in the science fiction movie "Pandorum" starring Ben Foster, Antje Traue and Denis Quaid. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alejandro Monsalve

Born in Cali, and a resident of Bogota, graphic designer Alejandro Monsalve created a squarish 3d display face in 2012. In 2014, he added the straight-edged sci-fi typeface Future Punk. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex Macsoda

Art director in Bucharest, Romania. Behance link. Creator of the futuristic poster typeface Einstein (2010) and the rounded octagonal typeface Element (2010). Behance link [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alex O. Kaczun
[Type Innovations]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alex Tomlinson
[Skyhaven]

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Alexander Dreyer

Designer of the handwriting font Sütalin (1994) while a student at the University of Kaiserslautern. He also made Star Fonts v2.0 (1993-1996): Star-Cinema-Fett-Kursiv, Star-Cinema-Fett, Star-Cinema-Kursiv, Star-Cinema, Star-Down-V1.1, Star-Light, Star-Patrol, Star-Series, Star-Signs, Star-Vader, Next Star, Next-Star-Kursiv. And the Valentine Day font LoveLetters. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alexander Sizenko

Alexandria Maree Poniewaz
[Kippixin]

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Alian Ambassador Corps Font Page

Startrek font archive arranged by race/language. Most recent addition: Malcorian by Mike H. Lee&Josh Dixon. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alien Bold

Alien Bold by CompuWorks (1994). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alien Head Graphics

The alien font "alien_font_8" has some strange runes. Alien Head Graphics is located in Oxfordshire, UK. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aliens and space
[Manfred Klein]

Aliens and space exploration fonts include Aliens2000 (wonderful masks face), AliensInverse, AliensNew, Androidish, HumanBeingsRedesign, HumanDeformations, HumanParts, HumanPartsPoetry, HumanPartsTwo, MutanTrios, NewAliens, SFAliens, SpaceAttackTwo, SpaceAttacks, SpaceBeings, SpaceCrew, SpaceCrewRound, SpaceDreams, SpaceGarbage, SpaceLivingBTwo, StrangeBeings, StrangeCharacters, StrangeFriends, StrangeFriendsFS, StrangePeople, WebTubbies, StrangersOnEarth (2005), NewAliens (2005), StrangersInTheDays, StrangersTwo (2005), SpaceStationHokus (2005), Space-Beings Two (2006), ExtraTerrestrial (2006), MyRobots (2007), NextGeneration (2007). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alisson Laschuk

Type designer from Porto Alegre, Brazil, b. 1980. He is the creator of the futuristic typeface Aerodynamik (2011).

MyFonts foundry link. Behance link. Home page. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Allison Biesboer

Wisconsin-based graphic designer, who obtained a BFA from University of Wisconsin-Madison. She created the futuristic typeface Moonboots (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alpha Quantum
[Martin Bengtsson]

Martin Bengtsson (Alpha Quantum) is a Swedish graphic designer who lives in The Netherlands. He studied at University of Liljeholmen, Sweden. Creator of the sci-fi typeface Alpha Quantum (2012).

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Alphabet&Type
[Paolo Vannucci]

Paolo Vannucci (Alphabet&Type, b. 1969, Punta Marina Terme) created the curly handwritten Halloween faces Afterlife, Evernight (2009) and Evernight Stargazer (2009).

He also has an interest in Startrekkery because he designed the faces Transformers Movie (2009) and Star Trek Future (2009). All these faces are free at Dafont and/or Fontspace. Alternate URL.

In 2010, he did the free brush typeface Fronte del Porto, which is based on the Elia Kazan movie with Marlon Brando entitled On The Waterfront.

There is also a commercial side of Alphabet&Type: In 2010, they published the angular family Antares, the bold organic typeface Minardi (+Collage), and the curly family Vannucci Antico. Metropolis (2010) is an angular typeface based on the titling of Fritz Lang's movie Capolavoro. Sabrina (2010) is taken directly from the Best movie by Billy Wilder, with Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart. An American in Paris (2010, or: UnAmericanoAParigi) is based on the font used in the movie by Vincente Minnelly, with Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron.

Cleopatra (2011) is a chisel font with a Greek look, based on Cleopatra, the movie by Joseph L. Mankiewkz, starring Liz Taylor and Richard Burton. Il Grinta (2011) is the wedge serif titling font of True Grit, Henry Hathaway's movie starring John Wayne. The beautiful inline typeface Singapore (2011) after the titling in John Brahm's movie featuring Ava Gardner. Strade di Fuoco (2011) is based on the movie Streets of Fire by Walter Hill, with Diane Lane. Flash Gordon (2011) is based on the famous movie by Mike Hodges, starring Max Von Sydow. Amazing Spider Man (2011) is based on the Spiderman movie by Marc Web which featured Andrew Garfield. Captain America (2011) is based on the movie by Joe Johnston, with Chris Evans. Twilight New Moon (2009) is based on the Twilight movie. Electric Dreams (2011) is based on steve Barron's movie.

Tintin (2011) is a comic book typeface based on Steven Spielberg's 2011 movie. Fantastic Four (2011) is a StarTrek style family that is based on the Tim Story movie.

Creations from 2012: Sherlock Holmes, Watson (based on Guy Ritchie's movie), Lucky Luke (after the successful Western comic book series by Morris and Goscinny), Danger Diabolik, Ghost Rider (based on the movie by Mark Steven Johnson, starring Nicolas Cage), Notorious (a brush font based on Notorious, a movie by Hitchcock starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman), Cullen, Flower Header, Dorian Gray (from the movie by Oliver Parker starring Ben Barnes), Snow White (from Rupert Sanders's movie Snow White and The Huntsman).

Typefaces made in 2013: Beastly (based on the David Barnz movie featuring Vanessa Hudgens), Top Gun (an octagonal typeface based on the movie with Tom Cruise), Manhattan (from Woody Allen's movie), Assassin (based on a Ubisoft video game).

Typefaces from 2014: Dylan Dog (based on Kevin Munroe's movie starring Brandon Routh). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

ALT Foundry
[Andreas Leonidou]

ALT is the type foundry of Andreas Leonidou, a graphic design student from Limassol, Cyprus, b. 1986. Flickr link. Behance link. Hellofont link. Devian Tart link. Klingspor link.

He created Foldgami, Apollo 13 (techno, futuristic), Fatgami, Origamia, Paper Roll, Alt Retro (2010, multilined family), Alt Tiwo (2010, fat counterless), Alt Matey (2010, a family that includes a multiline style; the piano key typeface Alt Matey V2 followed in 2012), ALT Lautus (2010, a minimalistic monoline sans family), Japanese Cities Type Experiment (2010), ALT Alternatice (2010), ALT Vxt11 (2010, a high-contrast art deco octagonal face), ALT Aeon (2010, a unicase but multiline family), Alt Re 32 (2010, techno), ALT Mun (2010, a curlified family), ALT Breo (2011, octagonal family), ALT Exline (2011), Jun Script (2011, connected contemporary upright script), ALT Ayame (2011, condensed squarish family, +Long), Alt UAV31 (2011, an octagonal experiment), Alt Moav (2011, a striking geometric caps face. Images: i, ii, iii), Alt Geko (2011, an art deco caps face), and Archetype (unicase, Bauhaus).

Free fonts at Devian Tart: Alt Retro (2010, multilined family), ALT Hiroshi (2011, ornamental), ALT Deville (2011, spurred).

Typefaces made in 2012: DNR001, ALT Kora (for the identity of Drone), ALT Fat (monospaced squarish caps face), ALT Exodus (sci fi face), Alt Wet (a paint splatter face), Alt Sku (ornamental didone face), Alt Robotechnica (pixel face), Exodus (a blackletter style straight-edged typeface), Juk01 (an ornmaental mechanical typeface), Alt Sake (a thin condensed poster typeface).

Typefaces from 2013: Modu (alchemic), Modu Deco/a>, Bely (a severe-looking almost constructivist Latin/Cyrillic typeface).

Typefaces from 2014: Ren (a free vintage display typeface family).

View Andreas Leonidou's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Alteran X
[Nick Polyarush]

Nick Polyarush (Alteran-X on DeviantArt) from Moldova created Forerunner Covenant (2006), a font from the Halo video game series. He also made the Dead Space "Unitology Script" font after the Dead Space video game series (2008). Furthermore, he designed Vulcan Script based on the Vulcan Ancient style Script from the Star Trek series (2011) and a Dead Space Title font as it appears in the title screen for the game and on box cover art (2011).

In 2012, he created the sci-fi typeface Astera and the experimental typeface Nox (as it appeared in Stargate SG-1 on Heliopolis (Season 1, Episode 10)).

Dafont link. Another Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amazingmax
[Maxim Avdeev]

Maxim Avdeev (aka Amazingmax) is the Kazan, Russia-based creator (b. 1997) of some futuristic/game fonts in 2009: AmazXakep, AmazDooMLeft, AmazDooMLeft2, AmazDooMLeftOutline, AmazDooMRight, AmazDooMRight2, AmazDooMRightOutline, AmazS.T.A.L.K.E.R.Italic, AmazS.T.A.L.K.E.R.v.2.0. In 2010, he made the AmazGoda family of comic book faces.

In 2011, he added AmazHand_First, AmazHand_First_Alt, AmazHand_First_Alt_X, AmazHand_First_Hard, AmazHand_First_Smooth.

Fonts from 2012: Amaz Mega Grunge. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Amit Botre
[Redfonts]

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An Creon
[Chris Barber]

Chris Barber (aka An Creon and An Creon Systems) is the American designer of the futuristic typeface An Creon (2004). Alternate URL. Dafont link. Home page. Fontcubes listing. [Google] [More]  ⦿

An Gri

Graphic designer in Barcelona who created these typefaces in 2014: Honolulu, Western, Arsenal, SciFi, Paperclip, Tangram. [Google] [More]  ⦿

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]  ⦿

Andraž Sedmak

Slovenian painter and illustrator. Designer of the futuristic typeface Apex (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andreas Leonidou
[ALT Foundry]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Andreas Lindholm
[Brainreactor--GyoDea]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Andreas Xenoulis

Graphic designer based in Athens. Graduated from AKTO / Middlesex University London with the Higher Diploma of Education in Graphic Design. In the electronic vibe / futuristic category, Andreas Xenoulis's Elasma (2012) stands out---perfectly designed on a square spacing pattern, it evokes techno music like no other font. His silkscreened Bodoni poster (2011) is also worth a try. In 2012, his identity design for Pinka Cybernet Architects uses a rounded squarish techno face, Orbitron. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andres Moreno Walter
[Nima Visual]

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Andrew McCluskey

Independent game developer Andrew McCluskey (Nalgames, Dundee, Scotland, b. 1991) designed the free LED-inspired Kinglify (2011), Digital Display (2012), and Princelify (2011). Manly Man (2011), Metal Arhyrthmetic (2011) and Ace Futurism (2011) are semi-octagonal. Consider Me Vexed (2011) and Pixel Flag (2011) are pixel faces.

In 2012, he made She Curls in the Mist, Xero's Karma, Pastcorps (army stencil), Gnome Splinters, Fought Knight, Vermin Vibes (futuristic), Vermin Vibes 1989 (pixel face), Vermin Vibes 2, Vermin Vibes 3 (2014), Vermin Vibes Diet, Vermin Vibes Redux, Dubbing Star (futuristic), Sorrier Statements, Particulator (an octagonal paper fold typeface), Coder's Crux (a pixel typeface created for programmers, FontStruct), Triggering Fanfares (octagonal), Alt West, Notalot25 (pixel face), Notalot35 (pixel face), Lord Juusai (inspired by the logo for Lord Tensai from WWE), Zephyr Jubilee (an alien language simulation typeface), Bevel Fifteen, Xero's Theorem (sci-fi), Dubbing Step and Here Be Dubstep (FontStruct), Italic Bricks, Gang Wolfik (angular, +Blade), Ruaturecu, Quous Inno, Electramaniacal, Xodohtro-Nu (a black octagonal typeface), Distortion of the Brain, Berate the elementary (techno face), Not sure if weird or just regular, Opulent Fiend, Rawhide Raw 2012 (techno, inspired by the WWE Raw logo of 2012), Particulator II (octagonal), The Missing Link (trekkie), Thunderstrukk, Understrukk, Ganf Wolfik Blade (a pointy Blade style font).

Typefaces made in 2013: Call of Ops Duty, Spinebiting, Laceration, Casual Hardcore, Zany Races, Vermin Vibes 2 Nightclub, Exoskeleton, Perspire, Piston Pressure (sans), Particulator III, Liberty City Ransom (grunge), Zdyk Leo, Variety Killer (grunge), Savantism, Vermin Vision, Zdyk Sagittarius (a circle-based experimental font), Milestone One (a gaspipe sans), Comfortably Fucked, Noasarck (+Sporadico, +Quattro), Future Time Splitters, Heart Breaking Bad, Jan Hand, Erhank, Exoskeleton, The Rave Is In Your Pants, Minecraft Evenings (inspired by the Minecraft logo), FoughtKnight Victory (a video game font), Piescese, Comic Spans, Cauterise, Dead Font Walking (rough-edged poster font), Cutthroat Clawmarks, Eride (grunge), Effervescent Superbeings, Front Page News, Kill The Noise (brush script), Distort You A Lesson (grungy), Vermin Vibes 2 Black, Vermin Vibes 2 White, Vermin Vibes 2 Soft, Dubstep Cadence, Relapse Into Madness, Kings of Kings Lynn (dadaist), Smorgasbord, Scream When You'Re Ready, I Phone You Phone, Respire, Perspire, Vermin Vibes Slant, Vermin Vibes Dystopia, Sharp, Cursivertex, Rick Lobster (stencil face), Cursivertex, Vermin Vibes Dystopia (cyberpunk), Wabbit Sans, Calligraphy Aquiver, Agra Axera (knife-edged sci-fi face), The Keepsake Days, See You At The Movies, Xero's Proof, Vermin Vibes Out Of Ink (textured), Melancholic Roadeo, Wickermanor (a stiletto typeface), Lord Juusai Rises, Vermin Vibes Ex, Vermin Vibes Roundhouse, Just in the Firestorm, Stuntcroft (modular), Ghetto Magnetic (grunge), QA Reports (fat finger typeface), Y-Andermo (stiletto style), Dragon Slapper.

Typefaces from 2014: Alpha Sapphire (a Pokemon typeface), Omega Ruby (a Pokemon typeface), Schweiz, Beta (FontStruct), Jawbreaker (FontStruct), Tomorrow Wind, Embezzler, Royal, Final Gambit (grungy athletic lettering), NAL Hand, Fingbanger, Dont Waste That Napkin (squarish font), Bold Testament, Cisgender, NonchalantLove, Grelsey Kammar (sic), Valiant (stencil), Anger Management, Italipixel, Ultramarine, Nero (sci-fi font), Bamboozler, Seriffic, High Jinks, Iregula (sic), LNR Phonetic Alphabet, Primary School, Playtime (3d face), Electromagnetic Lungs, Node to Nowhere, Alienated (trekkie font), Questrian, Scars, Da Se Nei (art deco), Dance Floor (dot matrix face), Edge Cutting, Lord Juusai reigns, Superpower Synonym (fat brush), Fought Knight Die (techno), The Thrill of the Kill, Lay of the Land, Deavantgar (art deco), Confidel, Fight Night, Comeback of the Damned, Vermin Vibes Corrupto, Chandstate, Scars, Bustin Jieber (pixel typeface), A Dash of Salt, Come Rain or Fall, Xsotik, Sanseriffic (avant-garde sans), Cassius Garrod, Effortless Tattoo, Coder's Crux 2, Radaro, Overdrive Sunset (brush face), Dead CRT, Fatality's Edge, Tolerant, Coder's Crux 2 (dot matrix), Consider Me Vexed (pixel face), Diamante, Pixel Flag, Aardvark CWM Type, Enter The Grid, Vermin Vibes 2 EDM XTC, Byron, See You at the Movies 2, And Then It Ends, God Hates Westboro, Writing Without Ink, Zdyk Aquarius, Curvert, Superdie, Rocky Road, Animal Silence (constructivist), Gnaw Hard, 19th Century Renegade, Trip Trap, Freudian Slit, Digital Dismay (LED face), Zdyk Pisces (circle-based typeface), Zdyk Scorpio, Guilty Treasure (techno), Wolfganger (inspired by Wolfgang Gartner), Xero's Retreat, Sitdown (octagonal), Stencylette, No More Justice (blackletter), Masterblast (sci-fi), Kesha (sci-fi), Primal Dream, Grandma's Television, Keyboard Warrior, Foughtknight, Blissful Thinking, Positive Reinforcement.

Dafont link. Most of his faces were made using FontStruct, where he is known as NAL or Notalot. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrew Nendel

Evansville, IL-based designer of Urban Block (2013) and Marquee Lights (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrew Talbot

Andrew Talbot is a designer and programmer from Helensburgh, Scotland, who is studying towards a BA(Hons) in Graphic Design at the Arts University College at Bournemouth (2012). Behance link.

In 2010, he created the Swastika Grid Font. ISOG (2010) is a futuristic techno font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Andrey Kudryavtsev
[Andrey Kudryavtsev Type Foundry (or: AKTF)]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Andrey Kudryavtsev Type Foundry (or: AKTF)
[Andrey Kudryavtsev]

Foundry in Irkutsk in Siberia.

Andrey Kudryavtsev designed Spacexplorer (2012), Necromant (2012), Flexy Sans (2011), Otrada (2011, signage script), Micronica (2008), a font shaped like old TV screens, Karlson (2009), Imperator (2010, a Trajan face), Alter (2010), Sommelier (2011), Alebarda (2009), Rubicon (2009) and Flexy Sans (2009).

Typefaces made in 2012 include the macho slightly flared Antey (Latin and Cyrillic) and the strong display sans typeface Tambov.

In 2013, AKTF published Softipen Script. In 2014, he created Warren Narrow and Achille II Cyr FY (together with the Fontyou team of Alisa Nowak and Gregori Vincens).

Behance link. Creative Market link. Myfonts link. Klingspor link.

View the typefaces made by AKTF. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Angeles Moreno

Mexican designer of the hand-printed Bolita, the kids faces Nino and Bíblica, the unicase Bauhaus, the round typeface Aqua, the grunge faces Gap and Heart, the handwriting faces Pessoa and Pincelazo, Geometrics, Matisse, the minimalist typeface Moogdula, Offset, the sans typeface Quatro, the windowed typeface Ventana, Voluble, Starline, Santa Clara, the trekkie typeface Wet Alien, and the experimental typeface Chida, mentioned here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anibal Rivera

Creator of the futuristic faces Fima (2010) and Blokoin (2010). Anibal is an illustrator and graphic designer in Mount Wolf, PA. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Animus

Designer of BjorkFont (1998, see, e.g., here). This font was updated in 2000 by Footnote Fonts. Me Company, who came up with the design of this futuristic font for Bjork's Debut album, believes this font infringes on their copyrights and would like to see it removed from all web sites. I wish them good luck as a google search for this font gets 9340 hits. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anthony Bowe
[Geronimo Fonts (or: Paradox Fontworks, or: Typewire Studios)]

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Anthony Robinson

UK-based creator (b. 1967) at FontStruct in 2008 of Metal Vampire (athletic lettering meets vampire), Moonbase Tokyo (neat futuristic oriental simulation), Sir Robin's Minstrels (blackletter), Starscraper (techno), Moonmonkey (outline LED font), First.

In 2010, he added the non-FontStruct faces Chromium (a great special effect face), Clawripper, Dirty Play, HairyMonster, HairyMonsterSolid, Punched, and Slasha, mostly inspired by blood, guts, and murders. Static Buzz (2010) is a texture face. Newcastle (2010) is a castle-themed alphabet. Blinger (2010) is a star-studded outline face. New York Punk (2010) is grungy. Dinosaurs (2011) is a dingbat face. NUFC Shield (2011) is a shield face. Zombified (2011) and Sound Sample (2012) are grunge faces.

Rollerball 1975 (2012) is the font used in the Rollerball movie. Western Show Caps (2012) is a Western circus font. Stoned (2012) evokes letters carved in stone.

In 2013, Robinson published the textured athletic lettering font Robbie Rocketpants, Airlock, Cargo Bay (a great army stencil, with a negative letter option), Dogma (a grungy Lombardic face), and the grungy blackletter typeface Flesh Wound. MDMA (2013) is a halftone simulation texture face. Barbarian (2013) is an alphading typeface on the theme of swords. Camouflage (2013) is a textured typeface. Atheist (2013) is an outline typeface. Power (2013) is inspired by lettering on pwer buttons. Witching Hour (2013) is a halloween font. Dystopian Future (2013) is a grungy typeface. Olde Stencil (2013) is a stenciled blackletter typeface. Anonbats (2013) has scanbats and dingbats related to the famous hacker group Anonymous. Creature Feature (2013) is a slimy typeface. Ka Blamo (2013) is a comic book font. Beer Goggles (2013), Supercreep (2013), KaBoing (2013), Gloop (2013, an oil slick face), Barbarian (2013), Voodoo Vampire (2013) and Ye Olde Oak (2013) are textured typefaces. Anti Everything (2013) is a blood drip typeface. PCB (2013) is a printed circuit board font. Dickensian Christmas (2013) is a decorative Christmas font.

Typefaces from 2014: Spondulix (hacker type), War Wound, Lasso of Truth, Counter Dial.

Dafont link. Aka Anfa. Home page. Another URL. FontStruct link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Antidesign
[Santi Vilagran Casanovas]

Freelance designer in Girona, Spain. Behance link. He created the multiline neon-look techno typeface Adtype01 (2010) and the futuristic typeface Adtype00 (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Anton Izorkin
[Xaotik]

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Antonio Cerri

Antonio Cerri (b. 1972, Catania, Italy) freelances in web, graphic and motion design from San Giovanni La Punta, Sicily. He created some typefaces in 2010, such as the futuristic CRR NTN (+Outline).

In 2011, he made Labyrinthus, a multilined all caps family: inspect each glyph and note that there is one point of entrance and one exit. Still in 2011, the decorative family Atlantide and the futuristic all caps typeface Silver Chisel appeared.

In 2012, he designed the techno family Steel.

Typefaces from 2013: Firebird (techno, automotive, speed font family).

In 2014, he made Luna Crescente, a layered multicolr 3d typeface.

Klingspor link.

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Antonio Garcia
[Brand X]

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Antonio J. Morata

Antonio J. Morata (Almeria, Spain, b. 1968) is a FontStructor (aka elmoyenique) who used FontStruct to make several modular faces starting in 2010. The typeface names start with z. We list them alphabetically:

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Antonio Joao Monteiro

Graphic designer Antonio Joao Monteiro (b. 1984, Oporto, Portugal) lives on The Azores. He studied at ESAD (Escola Superior de Artes e Design). His typefaces, all made with FontStruct, include Ayda (2012, modular: was called JM Type), Galatica (2012, futuristic).

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Antraxja Fonts (or: Atrax)
[Rafal Brzezinski]

Antraxja Fonts (or: Atrax) is a (now defunct) Polish foundry which offered these free fonts made by Rafa Brzezinski in 2004: ARTUR, Antraxja Goth 1938 (blackletter), Art (art nouveau), Battlefield (war lettering face), BananaShow-Medium, CrashTest, CrashTestItalic, CrashTestShadow, Cybernetyka (futuristic family), CybernetykaItalic, CybernetykaNormal, CybernetykaOutline, DarkPalladin, History Brush, Kreskwka-Italic, Kreskwka (handwriting), Monster, MonsterShadow, Mortis, Orchidee, Reforma, Returntocastle (gothic), Speed+, Speed+2, Techno, Medusa (blocky lettering), Weronika, Bajareczka, Camilla, Cherif, Top Secret (stencil).

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AP Fonts
[Michel Welfringer]

Paris-based type foundry set up in 2006 by Thierry Charbonnel, Nicolas Hoffmann and Michel Welfringer as a commercial outlet for Les Designers Anonymes (Hoffmann&Welfringer) and Autre planète's fonts (Charbonnel). Hoffmann and Welfringer designed Normale (2006) and Edibulle (2006). Charbonnel created Digital Planet (2006, futuristic) and Oups (2006, ink splashes; with Antoine Doury). [Google] [More]  ⦿

April Arrington

Student at Flagler College in Tallahassee, FL. She created the futuristic rounded typeface Discoid (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Aravinda Illangangedara

Colombo, Sri Lanka-based creator of the straight-edged monoline Latin typeface Space Type (2013) and of the techno faces NP (2014) and Colombo 006 (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Architaraz Type
[Zhalgas Kassymkulov]

Architaraz Type is located in Shanghai, China, and Taraz, Kazakhstan. Its type designer, Zhalgas Kassymkulov, was born in 1986 in Kazakhstan. His initial type designs were all done with the help of FontStruct. In 2013, he went commercial as Architaraz Type.

He made a gridded modular typeface called Targeted (2011). Sliced (2011) is a counterless stencil face. Discostructed (sic) (2011) is a texture face. Mono Dot (2011) is a thin dot matrix face. Mono Hor (2011) is a horizontally striped version of it, Mono Ver (2011) a vertically striped version, and Mono Bold (2011) a bold version. Promo (2011) is purely geometric. Semiz (2011) and Semiz Light (experimental) are partly art deco. Audio (2011) is based on the logo of audiojelly. Arro (2011) has letters with arrowed terminals. Hexa (2011) is hexagonal. Happi (2011) is a fat finger face. Semiz Black (2011) is a free fat pixel face.

Creations from 2012: Pearls of Margar, Korgan, Phunni, Carbo, Carbo ii, Lenta, Phunni, Jambul, Extraterrestrial (sci-fi), Rap My Hip-Hop, Armada 1991 (monospaced), Venus (white on black), Garage Garbage (bold avant-garde design), WHAQ, Extra Fontestrial, Algae, A Tasbaqa, Salem (rounded bold typeface), Thaiana Jones, Salem (fat rounded face), Audio 2012, Balapan, Dalmat, Bonn (an art nouveau army stencil face), Mgla, Teris (white on black), Degoratix (curly), Barney Stencil (a fantastic brushy stencil), Lentalicious, Blackway Str, Schengbers (a great piano key stencil family), Tramcar Typo, Mgia, Brushure (a fat curvy display face), Extralien, Serrific Terif, Missinger, Tolkyn, Murt, Twisture, Soliture, Threedure, Antillic, Garage Garbage, Arro, Happi, Schengbergs Hi.

Typefaces from 2013: AT Dombra (psychedelic typeface after Motter Ombra), AT Hoppy (fat letters), AT Liniya (blackboard bold), AT Karagai, Hed Kandi (techno face), AT Traffa Stencil, AT Schema, Naation, AT Nayman, AT Roughin, AT Rooktura Stencil, AT Duba, AT Archistency, AT Liena, AT Bombarda (fat stencil face), AT Sulfur ii, AT Mad Pilot, AT Tasbaqa, Vaia Con Dios, Betaport, Mooltyashka, AT Stincel (a lively stencil font), Millio, Tamshy, Offelia, Jalgas (retro script: a winner in the FontStruct Connected Script Competition), Laffa (connected stencil script), Dlinalys, Diagona, Kitara (psychedelic), Archtitalic, Bonn (bony stencil), Teka 1, Teka 2, Unknownim, Khara (ultra-heavy slab face), Shlab (slab serif), Unknownim (slab serif), Archtalic, Argyn, Linea Runde, Mechatraps (+Plain), Eliksir, Drilliant, Katamaran (art deco), Lagman, Neurojet (experimental), Jazzure (bullet hole display face), Diagon, Aroth, Pharaoh's Delight (piano key / art deco typeface), Cocomi, AT Burshak, AT Sulfur, AT Taspa, AT Affina.

Commercial typefaces done in 2013: William Shakespears, AT Archistency (piano key stencil face) AT Bombarda (piano key stencil face), AT Audio, AT Argyn.

Typefaces from 2014: AT Diagona, AT Golovkin (stencil typeface named after middleweight boxer Gennady GGG Golovkin), AT Arachis (stencil), AT Tugan (fat rounded sans), AT Yertegi, Giveaway, AT Baktera, AT Jumpa Jumpa (stencil), AT Nudgera, AT Digitta, AT Archaus, AT Ladya (ball terminal stencil), AT Yin Yang, At Keste, AT Yazyk (rounded stencil), AT Sulfurian (techno stecil), AT Fasten Your Seatbelts (diagonally cut stencil), AT Buckle Up (like AT Fasten Your Seatbelts), AT Droppix, AT Knitka (knitting font), AT Sagat, AT Wild Archid (african theme font), AT Steglo.

FontM link. Dafont link. Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Area51

Futuristic fonts: FinalFrontier, Nanduria, PremierFreeStyleDB, Scribble-Regular, Star-Cine, Star-Next, dsasymb, zhayad. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Arsi Larrondo

Valparaiso, Chile-based creator of the modular sci-fi font Arsistyle (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Artoftype
[Markus Ernst]

Artoftype in Zürich is run by Swiss typographer Markus Ernst, b. 1966. Designer at URW of Deepspace (2002, writing that aliens would use?), Sepultura (2003, gravestone writing?), Courier-Variationen. Free fonts for Mac and PC: Screenhorn (pixel font), 1873 (erosion font, 2000). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ashlea Wheeler
[Polkadot Designs]

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Astral Spirits (or: Yuki's Fonts)
[Yuki Ishimaru]

Designer of the free game fonts FFU-Font (2001, runic), MelniksFont (2000, alien language gluphs), MusyaFont (2001, runic symbols). The company has been known as Astral Spirits, FF:U, NAMCO and CAPCOM. The latter are names of games marketed by them. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Astrolux
[Glenn Parsons]

Commercial foundry in Oak View, CA, est. 2011, by Glenn Parsons (b. New York City). Creator of UXB Stencil and its companion UXB Spray in 2011, rough stencil faces. He also designed the tattoo typeface Dragon Fang (2011), Sugarbang (2012, comic book style), and the octagonal wedge typeface Spacepod (2012).

In 2013, Glenn created the comic book style typefaces Rocket Pop, Rocket Pop Outline and Koo Koo Puff. Signal 1885 (2013) is a vintage cursive script.

In 2014, he published Hexxes (a hexagonal typeface family), the retro futuristic mutant typography typeface Redrail Superfast.

Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ata Syed

Ata Syed (Karachi, Pakistan) has a dual identity at FontStruct, where he is one of the most prolific contributors. He is known there as thalamic and as minimum. Behance link.

Typefaces made in in 2008 as thalamic: Hello (connected upright script), Epilogie (blocks), WimSoft (+U/C), Chunk Chip, Konstruct (Russian constructivism face), Sensei Says, FS Tributary, Twotype Font, Urge (fat octagonal), Subliminal, FS United One, The Game of Type, Anaximander Zooom!, Corrupt and Corrupt Ed (piano key stencil fonts), Blueprint, Monomum, Synergy, Insert Coin Italic, Write I Careful, Write I Casual, Write I Dump, Loop UC, Loop LC, Emergic, Prick!, Insert Coins Pixels, Retro Electro, Bubble Lab IJ, Bubble Lab Bang, A Needle Pulling Thread, Send, Scan (IBM logo look), Intermittent and Intermittent Sans (stencil faces), Melt x DR and Melt x tDR (dot matrix), Oval x DR and Oval x tDR (original design by theDesignersRepublic for Issey Miyake), On Grid, Indigo (almost blackletter), orange_2 (dot matrix), Scan (horizontal stripes), Bass, Grape (simple pixel face), Nachahmung and Nachahmung Block (fat and extra condensed, Wim Crouwel simulation faces), Nachahmung Block Serif, Conjunction, Interjection, Is It, Sangular (nice experiment), Anonon (nails in square letters), Purple and Purple Very (slab serif headline faces, pixelized), Arc Echo (biline and strutted), The Question (a fantastic 3d paper fold imitation face), FS Minimal (a fantastic ultra fat decorative face), FS FontStructor, Vibrant (multiline labyrinthine or op-art face), Writ (upright pixel script), Castor, Ooki (octagonal), Industrial, The I Flat, The I, Indiscrete, Analog (connected script), Dent (mechanical), Digital (connected script), Hello Hello, and Sensei Says.

In 2009, he made Clone It, Entwined, C64, Helix, Fontsration, Bent, Stripe Zoo, Dull, Indent (stencil), Quartertined (kitchen tile), Firox, Orfix, A Priori, Ignore, Confused, S-Ookii, Ookii (octagonal), Very Becoming, Crisis Averted, Crisis (neat bold octagonal face), Penmanship, Up All Night, Sleep All Dayi, Chunk Chip, Grayletter (upright script), Soso, Mostly Harmless (textured face), Etched, La Cross, Twotype, Etched Bare, Aught (One, To, Three), as: Inflate (Pop, Pfft, Puff, Poof), Istic, Very Becoming, Ignore, Ought, Balance, Broken, Dry Flat (dot matrix), La Cross, Etched (+Bare), Fontsration (+Refined: multilined beauties), FS Institutional (fat multiline face), FS Industrial, FS Pixelayers.

Additions in 2010 as thalamic: fs Section, fs Reboot, fs Easy DNA Auto Stencil, fs Institutional (+Ho, +Elements), fs Quartertined, fs Stencil 2.0, fs Rivet, fs Intaglish, fs Dumb Italic, fs Loop Gap, fs GoTeam (stencil), fs ITilic, fs Kerplunk (Startrek face), fs Dumb Italic, fs Ribbon, fs Beringer, fs Ooki Woodcut, fs Croissant (stencil), fs 45 (octagonal stencil), fsXO, fs Pipe, fs Confused Less.

Fonts from 2011 as thalamic: fs Xenon (a paperclip face), fs Instant, fs Twist, fs WIP (blackletter), fs Sparc, fs Reboot (texture face), fs Pod, fs Flute Tune, fs Special, fs Watch Out (stencil), fs Etched Nyle (labyrinthine face), fs No Kerning Required (2011, connected upright script).

Creations in 2012 as thalamic: fs Flip, fs Mom, fs Noise, fs Noise II, fs Junk, fs You Are Here, fs Flash (outlined), FS Easy Too (paperclip face), FS Strict, FS Fix, fs in three (octagonal stencil face), fs Single, fs Wakarimasen, fs r-failed (white on black), fs Permutation X, fs Pan Am, fs Institutional, fs Institutional 2, fs Chunky (counterless), fs Grayletter (textured face), fsXply (op-art).

Creations in 2013 as thalamic: fs So Not Right, fs Grid Urdu (pixel face), fs Not So Right, fs Six Sticks, fs Half (octagonal family), fs Bored, fs Make it Happen, fs Salvage, fs To Be Discarded, fs Connect (stencil), fs Whomp, fs Praxis, fs Fez (3d face), fs Input, fsTramp, fs Five Alive, fs Hote-Zyd (labyrinthine), fs Patterns (Layers, Quarters), fs Five Alive (origami font), fs Go To Sleep (retro speed font), fs Vaerktoj (inspired by the brand identity of Hoejmark Cycles), fs Permutation B, fs Jester, fs Permutation XII (op-art), fs Insatiable, fs Electronic, fs Carbon (a nice chequered face), fs When We Were Young (multiline typeface), fs Shogun Tiny (a lined kitchen tile typeface), fs Optical, fs When We Were Young (multilined), fs Slate, fs Shogun (gridded), fs Iie (+Filled), fs Blocky (dot matrix), fs Thalamic.

Creations in 2014 as thalamic: fs Ah, fs Curly, fs So, fs Flint, fs ICK (blackboard bold style), fs Wiggle, fs Grid, fs Ah.

Creations as minimum: fs Oh (2014, piano key style), fs Stack (2014, +Overflow), fs llljjj (2014), fs Turn Off The Sun (2014, beveled), fs Zag (2013 textured), fs Zig (2013, textured), fs Mullions (2013), fs The Italic (2013), Gridlock (2009), Mingle Minx (2009), Mingle Co (2009), Mingle (2009, gridded letters), Bevel (2009, 3d beveled family), illiij (2009, multiline family), m.ove.r (2009, multiline family), Grayscale (2009, multiline family), fs Cubed (2010, 3d-face), Bas Relief (2009, 3d face), Silver (2009, 3d face), Tin (2009), Lead (2009), Bevel (2009), Bevel Just (2009), Bevel Just Shadowed (2009), Ceci n'est pas une vague (2009), A Fault in Reality (2009, optical effect font), Blit Slash (2009, experimental), Blit Hack (2009), Dot Dot Hex (2009), Super Black (2009), fs Overlap (2010), fs Fabric (2010, texture font), fs Original (2010), fs Ink Blot (2010), fs Dots and Dashes (2010), fs I Square (2010), fs Squared Up (2010), fs Super Black (2010), fs Unoriginal (2010), fs Minimum (2010, geometric stencil face), fs Pin and Thread (2010, stitching face), fs Shade (2012, 3d face).

FontStructions from 2011: fs Perpetual (dotted line face), fs Slither, fs No Escape, fs Prompt (a DNA-inspired biochemical lab face), fs Plus H (horizontally striped face), fs Arc Test 2:2 (a modular blackboard bold face), fs V Simple (2010, textured face), fs Instant, fs Permutation V, fs Rehash Monoic (labyrinthine), fs Meta (texture face), fs Scroll, fs Scroll Not (stencil).

FontStructions from 2012: fs Translucent (a texture face), fs Bank, fs Shade, fs Confined (white on black), fs Institutional (+Vo, +HeVe, +Ho, +He, +Ve: texture faces), fs Bang, fs Random (textured face), fs Random Pattern, fs Lead, fs Tin, fs Silver, fs Tungsten.

Klingspor link. Abstract Fonts link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

at-home

Creator of Alien (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Augur Too
[Final Conflict]

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Aurabesh

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

Aurelio J. Foerster Filho
[Holitter Studios]

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AusPROBE
[Bob Crockford]

The futuristic AusPROBE truetype font, a techno font by Bob Crockford (2000), is related to the Ford car by that name. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Austin Holland

During his graphic design studies at Washtenaw Community College, Austin Holland (Brighton, MI) created the sci-fi poster typeface Alphenia (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Autre planète
[Thierry Charbonnel]

Autre planète is run by Thierry Charbonnel in Paris. Designer of the futuristic typeface Digital Planet (2006) and of the ink splash dingbat typeface Oups (2006, with Antoine Doury). Fonts are sold through AP Fonts. Autre planète home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Avenger

The fonts.zip file contains about ten Startrek fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Avery Byrd

Creator of the free sci-fi stencil font Inversion (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Babylon 5

Archive with Centauri (Michael H Lee&Josh Dixon), Minbari, Minbari2, Narn, Shadow, Vorlon, all TrueType fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Baptiste Pitasi

French designer of the sci-fi / techno typeface Hatove (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Basta Juan

Graphic designer and illustrator in Buenos Aires who created Astro Zombies (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Beatrice Brunelli

Brescia, Italy-based designer of the techno typeface Network (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Beau Williamson

Canadian creator of the monospaced negatively tilted futuristic typeface Lights Out Noir (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

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

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Ben Drury

British designer in London. He made D.cal, a tilted nib pen-stroke font (2000). All lines are based on off-set circles. He also designed Unkle (1998, a high tech font used on the album Psyence Fiction, based on lettering from the Disney film Tron) [Google] [More]  ⦿

Benjamin Rauber

Zürich, Switzerland-based designer (b. 1973) of the hexagonal typeface Darth Gonzo (2014), Uhura 2239 (2014), the bullet hole typeface Zuckerbrot (2014) and the slab serif typeface Pontifexica (2014). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Benny Benassi Font Remake

Orphaned sci-fi font, made in 2013 at FontStruct. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bernardo Osegueda

Aka bieke55. Creator of Space Font (2011, sci-fi) and Indifferente (2011, a spindly hand). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Betty Fishcake

UK-based creator of the sci-fi typeface Forlorn Hope (2012).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Beyond Design
[Ola Björling]

Ola Björling (Beyond Design) is the designer of Advent (dot font), HybridBold (1999), HybridOutline (1998), JuliaEngstrmBold (based on the handwriting of Julia Engström), Muttprutt, Omicron (a beautiful futuristic face), Randi (1998), Slidfis, Slidfiskittlande (1997, athletic lettering), Slidfissaftig, Starlightseedcitysightseeing, Technoidone. Some of his fonts are under the (Swedish) TarmSaft label, and some under Beyond Design. All were made around 1997. He also made Agaro to sagaru and Serial Killer, both techno fonts as well.

Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

bharephs

Ten Startrek font archive. Includes FederationClassicMovie, Tholian, ArnelleHollow, StarTrekNextPiBT-Regular. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bienvenue chez Luke Skywalker
[Calle Hamnede]

A file with about 5 Startrek fonts. Contains OmikronOneMedium by Loic Normand, BonzCapsSSK, and StarWars by Calle Hamnede. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bill Walker

FontStructor in Fort Riley, KS, b. 1974, who made several heavy and severe-looking octagonal faces in 2010 and 2011, including Brakemen CLE, Bullhorn, Commando 2011, Wild Bull, Rudius, Battalion, Goth Spike, Brakeman New, Universitario, Tuff Commando, Saber, Vengeance2, Valley Forge, Griff (loosely based on the NHL 2011 All Star Game font), Assault Vertical, Bullhorn Spike, Universitario Trace, Vengeance, Rails, Assault Hockey, Emerald City, Brigade, Amateur Pacifist (2011, athletic lettering), Paradise, Vengeance 2011, Assault, Brakemen CLE. Some fonts are in the techno / futuristic style, and others are tattoo fonts.

Typefaces made in 2013: Railroader (octagonal), 2nd Brigade, Emerald City (octagonal).

Abstract Fonts link. Dafont link. Another Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Billy Argel

Brazilian graphic designer and prolific creator of free typefaces, which often combine calligraphy and grunge.

Fonts from 2014: Strongbox (concave Western font), Goiabada, Bonesoup, Blanc Chateau (tattoo script), Botas Sujas (grungy letterpress font), Bigbobs (cartoon face), Yukathin N Conte Smile, Sambahollyc, Cherry Jam, Cacha (grunge), Rubber Stamp, Yukafont (hand-printed), Cabriolet (brush script), Sweet Correction Roth (tattoo script).

Fonts from 2011: Tabu, Caribbean Tool (roman caps face), Pijamas (hand-printed 3d outline face), Nova Solid (Nova Regular and Bold are from 2014), Chocolate Dealer, Happy Family (dingbats), Save The Mini, Tosca Zero (grunge), Epidemia (grunge), Skt and Destroy (grunge), High on fire, Manabu, Masterplan, Thrashline (multiline), Triumph Rewind, The Dreamer, Why, Uranium Mafia, Blessed Day, Caribbean Tool (floral caps face), Lost Winner, Dove Love (curly valentine's Day font), Safe Iodine (texture face), Easy Trouble, ArgelFont, BUTECO (sketch font), DIAMONDDUST, Dropping, Ink In The Meat (tattoo font), NORMAL, POPCORN (a great grunge hand-drawn Futura Black), POPCORNSKETCHSKETCH (a sketched face), ROCKETAIR, ShitHappens-Cursive. Panhead (grunge Western face).

Fonts made in 2010: Thrashline, Dotled (a fuzzy texture face), Refurbished, PUNKBABE, CANDYINC, GreenPillow, DIRTYBAGBOLDTRIAL, LEDLIGHT, MAJORGUILTY, Network Vampires, NEWESTTRIAL (Western face), VATOS, Billy Argel Font (calligraphic), ACIDLABEL, BeyondSky-trial, HURTMOLD, TOSCAZERO, TABU (grunge), EASY TROUBLE, BOMBFONT (puffy letters), BILLYARGELFONT (calligraphic), Soap Store (grunge), ANGELTEARS (calligraphic), BUTOXQUEEN-trial, ELECTRICHANDS (cursive hand), FLOWERFLOW-trial, HAPPYFAMILY-TRIAL, HEARTQUAKE (grunge), MSKITOKILLA (grunge), NIGHTSTALKER-TRIAL (grunge), RAINFOREST (handwriting with rough edges), ROADMOVIE, ROSE TATTOO (an outlined hand-printed beauty), TWINPINES (brush), WANNABEME (sketched), WEDDINGNIGHTMAREStrial (calligraphic), BEERNOTE, GREENMIND (grunge), PORNFASHION, MASTERPLAN (grunge), SNIPERSHOT.

Fonts from 2009: COOLECTOR, BODYHUNTER-Bold (grunge), CLUBHAUS-Bold (ultra black, mechanical/octagonal), MAKEMEALPHA (grunge), NewGardenLight, TRIUMPHREWIND (grunge), Nachos and TV, Oxidisaster, Helloween, Lemon Day Semibold (a sketch font), Tosca Zero, Outlaw (Western face), Gangland (scratchy brushy face), B Side (vertical stencil).

Fonts from 2008: Plastic Pill (fat art deco face), Bedspread Assassin, A Bite (grunge), Dirty and Classic (grunge calligraphy), Gas Mask (grunge stencil), PANHEAD (grungy Western billboard font), My Turtle, Cubiculo Gallery (created for the Cubiculo Gallery in Sao Paulo), Ginga (grunge calligraphic--think award-winning grunge!!!), Wallrider, Black-Oak, TOY_SOLDIERS-Bold (grunge), Abite (grunge), ACIDLABEL, Bulldozer, Cheap Stealer, DONOTEXIST, HANGUP (3-d bouncy letters), HYERBA (Far West font), LAZYDAY (hand-printed outline caps face), LEDLIGHT, Mon Bijoux (ornamental), MANABU (futuristic), PEIXEFRITO, Positiv-A, Killed DJ (multiline grunge), Sniper (grunge), Black Oak (smudged face), ShAnKed,

Fonts from 2007: Olho de Boi (a great scratchy handwriting font inspired by the first Brazilian postage stamp which was released on August 1, 1843), Skull TS2 (skull dingbats), REBOARD, Hurtmold (rounded octagonal face), PDRPT (grunge), the Soma family (modern stencil), Caatinga (2006, artsy display face), Santos Dumont (handwriting: free at DaFont).

Klingspor link. Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Björn X. Öqvist
[Klingonska Akademien]

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Black Sun

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

Bliss41
[George Sutton]

Bliss41 is a page that has information on "Blissymbolics" and related fonts by George Sutton: Blissymbolics, Pictobabel, Semantic37, Hspace. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bob Crockford
[AusPROBE]

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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]  ⦿

bogey4

Startrek and rune font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Boying Opaw

Filippino Linabo-based designer (b. 1986) of the free techno fonts Tek (2008) and Scout (2008). Blog. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brainreactor--GyoDea
[Andreas Lindholm]

Techno and futuristic fonts by Andreas Lindholm (from Bromma, Sweden; now in Stockholm and Santiago, Chile) such as Aerospace, BumbleBee, Calculator, Crystopia, Decoder, Dominator (2000), Elastica, Futuremark, Infaith, Intergalactic, Neodream, Neutronica, Octane, Pornomania, Prenoptica, Prologik, Reactivator, Ultimate Survivor, Viagra, Virus, Survival, Propaganda, Booster. Mac and PC. Fonts sold by Mindcandy. Alternate URL. His future faces are shown here. Dafont link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Brand X
[Antonio Garcia]

Two free scribbly typefaces by Antonio Garcia (Brand X): Skitch-a-keian-HandScrawl (2003, with Doug Fritz), Puddle-Oozing (2003). See also here. He also made the futuristic typeface Kryptonian (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Branislav S. Cirkovic
[TypoFlat]

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Breezesquad
[Synnoske Matsumi]

Breezesquad is Synnoske Matsumi in Fukuoka, Japan. FontStructor who made the sci-fi font Surrender Everything Bold Square (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brett Maurer

A graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2004, Brett Maurer now runs his own identity and design studio. He lives in Brooklyn, NY. Creator of Brutale (2007), a futuristic japo-techno type family. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Brian Falk

Graphic designer in Sterling Heights, MI, who created the sci-fi typeface Solarfields in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Bryan Augusto

Aka Gaia Runes, BryanGu and BryAlien. Brazilian creator (b. 1999) of Gate for Mars (2011), Neo Gate for Mars (2011), Neo-Sci-Fi (2011, FontStruct), Neo Sci-Fi v. 2 (2012) and of Gaia Runes (2011, white-on-black pixel face).

In 2012, he made Araknas (a pixel script face), Pluto, Pluto 0, Pluto Zero and Pluto Androids.

In 2013, he added Pluto Revolution. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Burim Loshaj
[Loshaj Foundry]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Caine's Star Trek fonts

6-font archive, including fonts such as Trekker3 from WSI and Allen R. Walden's Final Frontier. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Calle Hamnede
[Bienvenue chez Luke Skywalker]

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Camilo Zamora Herrera

Bogota, Colombia-based designer who was inspired by Japanese robots (mechas) like Mazinger and Jeeg Robot when he created the octagonal techno typeface Getter (2014) advertized as Bogotá cyberpunk. [Google] [More]  ⦿

captman

TNGConsole (Berkeley Systems Inc), TNGMonitors, StarTrekGen Hv BT. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carl Steptoe

During his studies at University of South Wales in Cardiff, Wales, Carl Steptoe designed the sci-fi typeface Toy Tech Tokyo (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carla Scorda

Graphic designer in Rovato, Brescia, Italy, b. 1976. She cofounded Studio Charlie with Gabriele Rigamonti and Vittorio Turla, with whom she codesigned the futuristic Stereotype family (2005). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Carlos Matteoli
[Q-BO]

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Carlos Primo

Carlos Primo, a graphic designer from Madrid, created the super-techno typeface Sector 85 (2011), and the subdued blackletter family Der Neue Gutenberg (2012). Carlos was educated in Venezuela.

In 2014, he designed Archetype and Eye Candy (a bubblegum typeface based on Helvetica Neue 95). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carolina Giovagnoli

Born in Rosario, Argentina, in 1976, she studied type design at UBA in Buenos Aires from 2009 until 2010, and now belongs to the type coop Huerta Tipográfica.

Her typeface Andada was awarded at the Second Bienal Iberoamericana of Design (BID 10) and at Tipos Latinos 2012. Andada is a warm text typeface designed specially for Argentinian and Paraguayan (Guarani) text. Andada is free at the Google Font Directory. It was Carolina's graduation typeface at FADU-UBA.

With Andrés Torresi, she developed Cambo (2011, Huerta Tipográfica), a family for Latin and Khmer [a free weight at Fontsquirrel].

Robots ht, which uses layering to construct robots, won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014. There is a useful accompanying font called Robots HT Arrows.

In 2014, Huerta Tipografica published the free text typeface family Caladea which was designed by Carolina Giovagnoli and Andrés Torresi. Caladea is based on Lato and is metric-compatible with Microsoft's Cambria. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Caroline Monteiro

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil-based creator of Space Tracker (2012, sci-fi face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carrie D

American designer of Precursor Angst (2004), "the Precursor language from the Jak and Daxter games". [Google] [More]  ⦿

Carsten Raffel
[USOTA (United States of the Art)]

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Cassandra Martinez

During her studies at Texas A&M University, Cassandra Martinez (Austin, TX) designed the sci-fi typeface Stellar (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cecelia Bethuy

Graphic designer in Ferndale, MI, who created the sci-fi font Funky Space Robot (2014, FontStruct) during her studies. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chantra Ngamrahong

Thai type designer located in Pattaya. Creator of Modkanfire (2009, stylish display face), the 10-style techno family Dee (2008), and the 3-style Dee Serif (2008). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Characters
[René Verkaart]

René Verkaart (Maastricht, The Netherlands, b. 1970) established Characters in 2004. His type designs:

  • Cucaracha (2005, Volcano Type). It includes Cucaracha Icons. A typeface commissioned by Boris Kahl for Kahl's Bastard Project.
  • Ballet Mechanique (2006). A custom-designed unicase font for musician Jeroen Borrenbergs, aka Ballet Mechanique.
  • Plan (2005). A corporate typeface made for Plan A Ontwerp, a graphic design studio based in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, based on sketches by Frank Vogt.
  • Reethi Rah (2006). See also here.
  • Siventi Logo Wide (2005). A Startrek face. Verkaart writes: This custom font was created from the Siventi Products BV logo, which was part of a Brand Identity concept done by Stoere Binken Design (SBD). The concept behind the handlettered Siventi logo was a playful concept, a colorful corporate identity that would change appearance like a chameleon to fit its purpose. Fresh and friendly on poppy plastic products, serious and distinguished on office desk materials.
  • Insider (2004). A sans serif custom face done for Insider Consulting in Duesseldorf, German. It became retail in 2011, and is sold as a warm grotesque family.
  • Nordic Narrow is a clean, stylistic font with a scandinavian touch. For an early development of the Nordic series, see Nordic A (2003, sans, sold through Fountain). Nordic Narrow Pro was published in 2014.
  • Savant (2012). A free informal face.
  • ShellShock (2005). A display typeface.
  • Accelerator. A techno / Startrek typeface solds via T-26.
  • Nantua (2003), Nantua Flava XL (2003, display typefaces sold through Union Fonts). In 2011, the octagonal typeface Nantua was offered for free download at Dafont.
  • Encrypted Wallpaper (2006) is a playful squarish typeface for creating textual wallpapers and decorations.
  • Vagebond (2003) is a monoline elliptical geometric font that is inspired by 60s television design.
  • Other fonts designed by René Verkaart include BorVer, Bionix, FatBoy One, Freaky Animals, Kryptonite (1998), Porta, SBD Block (a corporate typeface for his own design studio, Stoere Binken Design).
  • Kris (2014). A vampire script or haunted house typeface codesigned with Corrie Smetsers.

He co-founded Stoere Binken Design. Blog. Klingspor link. Behance link. Dafont link. Volcano Type link. Fountain Type link.

View René Verkaart's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Charles Casimiro

Creator of the 4-style family Airborne (2005), an octagonal set of faces that is used on hulls of ships like the USS Enterprise.

Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cheikhna Diouf

Parisian designer, b. 1975. Creator of the futuristic typeface Astroneo (2010). Home page of his company, Astroneo. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Choz Cunningham
[Exclamachine Type Foundry]

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Chris Barber
[An Creon]

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Chris Fiedler

Designer of the free techno sci-fi font Orbit Racer (2013, OFL). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chris Garrett

Creator of the bouncy Crunchy Taco (2008), the splashy CGF Off-Road (2008; caps only), the futuristic CGF Locust Resistance (2008), and CGF Arch Reactor (2008). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chris Slabber

Oudtshoorn, South Africa-based creator of the High Tech font family (2013, sci-fi). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christian Reiter

Innsbruck-based Austrian designer of the techno typeface Jethose (2002). Home page (resets your screen!!!). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christoph Windmueller
[Kix]

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Christopher Çolak

Istanbul-based graphic and type designer, music writer, radio programmer, DJ, and illustrator. He is currently working as an art director at Manajans/JWT İstanbul. He is also an MA student at Marmara University Institute of Fine Arts (Graphic Design Department). His thesis is about The Typographic Heritage and Signs of Turkish Graphic Design History along the period 1950's-1960's.

Creator of the techno typeface A Wi Fi (2008).

Speaker at ATypI 2012 Hong Kong: Turkish masters of graphic design & typography since the mid 50's.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Christopher Novosad

Type designer of Babylon Centaur (1996) and Babylon Industrial 2. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Chung-Deh Tien

American designer in Jackson Heights, NY (b. 1965) of the free wedge serif typeface Grendel (2011).

Dafont link. Flickr link. Fontspace link.

He created the art nouveau typeface Chase Zen Paris (2014), Chase Zen Sprawl (2014), Chase Zen Blight (2014), Chase Zen Punjabi (20140, Chase Zen Basmati (2014), Chase Zen Bangladesh (2014), the tattoo fonts Maelstrom (2011) and Reign Sample (2010), the mechanical typeface Dans Hardware (2010), the graffiti typeface Stone Angel (2010), the Western typeface Mary's Cherry&Co (2010), the squarish typeface Dashboard Jesus (2010), the fat wood style typeface John Brown (2010), Dantone (2010), the fat roundish typeface Creamy (2010), Thermobaric (2011, Star trek face).

Chung-deh Tien created a few Cherokee fonts including Nikwasi San (2012), Sequoya Bold (2012), Oconosota (2012), Kanagota (2012), and Tsalagi Ameliga (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

cimbrae

Small Startrek archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

CJ Gong

Shanghai, China-based designer (b. 1985) of the free techno typefaces Loxo (2014) and Sonix (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Clan DraKath

Mainly a science fiction/Startrek font site (check the zip files). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Clara Rodriguez

A graduate of Universidad ORT, Clara Rodriguez (Montevideo, Uruguay) created the avant-garde typeface Regatta (2013) and the squarish sci-fi typeface Caliza (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Club Justin

FontStructor who cloned the futuristic movie typeface Tron Legacy (2011) from another FontStructor, "smallbar". [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cocokao

Designer at FontStruct in 2008 of the futuristic display typeface Galaxy. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Commander Keen

Standard Galactic Alphabet font. Free. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Computer Safari
[Jay Pierstorff]

Computer Safari (located in Woodland, CA) is a foundry whose early-90s fonts, all made by Jay Pierstorff, are still around in some archives. Look for Airlock-Regular (a trekkie stencil face), Alchemi, Cappiona, LeroyFont, MotorCity, NCC1701A-Regular, NCCINLINE-Regular, Quadrant, Romulus-Plain, Safari-Plain, Sashimi-Regular. Free fonts at the site, all made in 1992: Cappiona, College, LeroyFont, MotorCity, Quadrant. The other fonts can be bought on the SafariGold CD.

Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cool Corbin

FontStructor who made the trekky video game typeface Corbitron (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cornel Windlin
[lineto]

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Coron's Sources of Fonts

Dead link. Stephan Baitz's informative page about Ancient Scripts and Fonts, including fantasy fonts, alien and sci-fi fonts, Blackletter fonts, uncials, runes, symbolic fonts, Indic simulation fonts, Arabic simulation fonts (such as Caliph) and exotic fonts. Lots of links are provided as well. Fonts are displayed an can be downloaded from an archive. His page looks great too. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cortney Cassidy

Graphic designer in San Francisco, CA, who made the experimental typeface Sci-Fi (2010). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cosmic Tower
[Fumika]

Japanese site where we find these original techno fonts: Cool-High, Cool-High-Italic, Final-Century, HARD-EDGE, HARD-ROT, not-compaq, Parts-of-Future, ROLLDOT955, Wide-Impact. These are all made by Fumika (Pantograph). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cosmonaut Fonts
[Jesse Juup]

Type designs by Jesse Juup (Cosmonaut Fonts) from Turku, Finland, include Alienator (1997, futuristic dingbats), Imfornation (1997, hand-drawn dingbats), RadonatorAnorexiaNormal (1997, techno family), RadonatorCactusNormal, RadonatorDiabloNormal, RadonatorMonsterNormal, RadonatorNormal, RadonatorVeryHeavyNormal.

The foundry is under reconstruction but its fonts survive at TypOasis. Fontspace link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

cosmopo

Designer in 2008 at FontStruct of the futuristic typeface Constellation. [Google] [More]  ⦿

countz

Startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Courtney Novits

Graphic designer in Brisbane, Australia. Creator of the modular sci-fi typeface Robotica (2011) and of the ornamental caps typeface Byron Daze (2014).

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

CraniumC's ST:TNG Page

Startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Criovision Agency

Criovision is a visual identity company. Over at Dafont, one can download Criovision (2010), a futuristic all caps typeface. Their offices are in Lima, Peru and Paracin, Serbia. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Critzler
[Thomas Bierschenk]

Young Berlin-based type designer who made the Chemo family, Bionic Dynamic, Localizer, Localizer Clones and FF Magda Clean (1997, together with Henning Krause), a monospaced typewriter font related to Cornel Windlin's Magda, all at FontFont. His company is called Critzler Font Investigation. He created the fun Linotype faces Linotype Down Town, Linotype Go Tekk and Linotype Mindline in 1997. Before 1990, he was an East-German sign painter. He recently founded Pfadfinderei, an "all-round" agency for visual communication, where he designed the futuristic techno display type family FF TradeMarker (2007), Flomaster (1998, graffiti, done with Jayone), Vinataba Solid (2002), Nicola Zucka (2002, connected cursive script), Franz Jäger (2000, ultra fat, mini-slabbed), and Neo (2002, geometric as in the logo of the Neo car). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Cumberland Fontworks
[Samuel John Ross]

Game writer, game designer, graphic artist, and the creator and owner of Cumberland Games & Diversions, b. Cumberland, MD, 1971. He lived in Austin, TX, but is presently in Denver, CO. Typefaces by S. John Ross include Axe Handel (2013, grunge), Sans Sara (2011, organic sans), Growly Grin (2011), Powell and Geary (2011), Gelio (2011, Greek simulation family; +Pasteli), Shock Shimmy (2011), Gelio Greek Diner (2011, Greek simulation face), Rugged Ride (2010, a texture font), A Love of Thunder (2010), The Day That Love Came To Play, Unity Dances (2009), Knits and Scraps (2008), Heirany Slight (2007), Merchant Copy (2006), Hexpaper (commercial: font for printing out hex paper (for puzzles and such)), RisusLCBDingbats, RisusLCBKringlebats, TemphisSweatermonkey, HultogSnowdrift (2006), Hultog Engraved (2006), Encounter Critical, Erthe Gaming Systems (art nouveau), Tender Goliath, Temphis Spidersilk (2005), Ten Ton Ballyhoo (2005, grunge), Vermin Magic (2005), Uneasy, Tombs of Rivulax, Almanac of the Apprentice (2005), Yemite Snow Letters (2005), Seven Miles to Heirany (2005), Bold Marker (2005), Apostate Cancer (2005), Bydee Man (2005, based on the handwriting of Austinite Brian Joseph), Uresia (2005, runic), Dragon Harbour (2005), A Kringle in Time (2004, Christmas dingbats), Vanthian Ragnarok (2004), Regal Demise (2004), Nobody Small (2004), Earwax Wit (2004), Always Joking (2004), Hill Country (2004), Barrel House (2004), Iron Lung (2004), Art Greco (2004, a stone cutter face), Powell and Geary (2004), Wolves Engraven (2003), Homespun (2003), Cup and Talon (2003), Glyphs of Hax (2003), Invader Candy (2003), Temphis Runes (2003, commercial), Temphis Laundry Marker (2012), Temphis Brick (2003), Temphis Knotwork (2003), Temphis Dirty (2005), Struck Dead (2003), Double Slug (2003), Oddbats (2003), Phaeton John (2003), Scrawlings (2003, a gothic font), FountainAvenue (2002), Pokethullu (2002), AtlasoftheMagi (2002), Skuntch (2001), Prison Walls (2002), Downtown Auto (2002), Arvigo (2002), Beccaria (2002, very old typewriter font), Cheap Seven Inches (2002), Nicotine Stains (2002), Apple Butter (2002), Merchant Copy (2006), Mexlar (2002), Eye Socket (2002), Spacedock Stencil (2001), Rutherford (2001), SPARKSScrapbook2001 (2001), Sparks ("from skeletal necromancers to doughty Dwarf warriors to Bigass Ogres to chicks with guns - and now an entire science-fiction set!"), Skull Salad (2001), The Temphis Runes (commercial rune font set), Cock Boat (2001, codesigned with Amy Miles), Marshmallow (2001, by his wife Sandra Ross), Yank (2001, handwriting, by Sandra Ross), Focal Deviance (2001), Darn Ya (2001, faces), Punkinhead (jack-o-lantern shaped letters), Rocket Yo-Ho (2001), Thunder Thighs (2001), Dirty Headline (2001, and Dirty Headline v2, 2012: The most successful of the Cumberland stress-fonts is an unlikely typographic hero, released as it was with huge chunks of even the basic U.S. keyboard set missing (it had no apostrophe, for example, and no smart-quotes). Why so limited? I built it for one thing and one thing only, so it only had what it needed. I never expected to see it spread across the globe on buses, TV and movie screens, book coves, web-banners, lottery tickets, signs and clothing. I also never expected it to introduce me to roller derby girls (a whole team of them!), or to hook me up with a pen-pal who means a lot to me, but it's done all those things and more.), Ninja Bootleg (2001), Face Front, Nameless Harbor, Martian Hull Markings (1999), ProtoRooftops (2001), Zarking (2001), Graalek, High Fiber (2001), LastUniform, Wolves&Ravens (2000), Wolves&Ruin (2003), Pigeon Street (2001), Gravel (2001), TheAlchemist (2001), Deco Freehand (2001), Archipelago (2001), Flagstones (commercial), Newfie (handwriting, by Sandra Ross), Hultog (2000), and Lunatic Regular (handwriting, 1999). 15 USD fontmaking service. At Apostrophic Lab in 2001, he designed FuturexApocalypse. The Temphis Runes font set is commercial.

Fontspace link. Dafont link. Klingspor link. Abstract Fonts link. Wikipedia link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Curtis Clark

Curtis Clark of the Biological Sciences Department at California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, CA, designed these fonts between 1992 and 1998: Linear B, Piecharts, Female and Male Symbols (1996), Moon Phases, Celtic Ogham, Elder Futhark, Beth-Luis-Rearn, Beth-Luis-Nion and Woolbats (occult dings, astrological symbols). Free downloads. His site is also called Mockingbird Font Works.

Dafont link. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Cyberian Khatru
[Ronnie Cruz]

Ronnie Cruz (Cyberian Khatru) is Filipino type designer, b. 1966, Asinaan, Panaasinan, Philippines. His fonts include techno and gothic faces such as Bone Voyage, Iron Warrior, and Jupiter Squadron (futuristic). Shanghai Babe (2010) is an oriental simulation face. Blue Thunderbird (2011) is based on native American symbolism. Brush With Death (2011) is a brush face. Byrning Bridgez (2011) is a trekkie font. Cyberian Khatru is located in Hayward, CA. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Damien Tonkin

Perth, Australia-based scientist, b. 1985. He created Gou'ald Decorative (2009) which is a symbol font based on the Gou'ald hieroglyphics seen on Stargate. He also designed Extragalactic language cypher (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dan Borufka
[Jake&Dan (or: Creatogether)]

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Dan Joyce

Creator of the free font Dream MMA (2012), a sci-fi typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dan M. Zadorozny
[Iconian Fonts]

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Daniel Galindo

Monterrey, Mexico-based creator of the sci-fi typeface Space Type (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel Hennessy

Graphic and web designer in Minneapolis. He created InvasionSans (2009), a custom typeface based on a poster for the 1950's classic Invasion of the Green Space-Men. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Daniel U. Thibault
[Urhixidur Fonts Type Foundry]

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Darrell Johnson
[Futurama Fonts]

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Davalign LLC (was: Connecticut Web Design, or: DB Elements Web Design)
[Dave Panfili]

Dave Panfili (Davalign LLC, and before that, Connecticut Web Design, and before that, DB Elements Web Design) is the Fairfield County, CT-based creator of the futuristic faces DBE-Rigil Kentaurus (2009, hand-printed), DBE-Rigel (2010, hand-printed), DBE Nitrogen, DBE Hydrogen (2009, futuristic), DBE Lithium (2009, squarish), Gridshift (2010), DBE Oxygen (2010, grunge), and DBE Fluorine. DBE Beryllium (2009, splattered paint font), DBE Canopus, DBE-Sirius, DBE-Vega, and DBE-Arcturus are all hand-printed faces. Dafont link. Fontspace link. Fontspace link for Davalign LLC. Devian tart link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dave Hill
[aarrgghh!]

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Dave Panfili
[Davalign LLC (was: Connecticut Web Design, or: DB Elements Web Design)]

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

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David Bruce Bozarth

Designer of the Amtorian language script typeface AMTOR (1998), based on ERB's Venusian alphabet. This is Startrek stuff. [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Buck
[Sparky Type (or: Sparky Malarkey)]

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David DeSandro

Designer, aka nemoorange, who used FontStruct in 2008 to make Remigius WIP (blackletter), Chambermaiden WIP (blackletter), Masphalt (a rip-off of Black Sabbath by You Work For Them), Minutia, Bloc War, Phantsied, Halliday (ultra stencil), Sally Shadow, Ben Day, Izack (experimental stencil), Clive Rounded, Milius (blackletter), Hamleigh (blackletter), Sabatino, Radish, Rosslyn and Rosslyn Metal (futuristic), and Boritone (squarish), Francero Wide (big slab serif), Squabble, Bradshaw Bold, Gretzatz, Quint City (stencil), Remigius (blackletter), Remigius Heavy. Additions in 2009: Bradshaw Bold, squabble, Tom Tussle (pixel face), Curtis Heavy, Curtis Pixel 14, Hermione Black (slabby),

At his home page, one can look at his beautiful all-caps geometric grotesque Curtis CSS (2010)---this typeface was entirely coded using CSS primitives! [Google] [More]  ⦿

David Martin
[David Pustansky (was: 24hourbauer.co.uk)]

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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 faces: 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, 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]  ⦿

David Pustansky (was: 24hourbauer.co.uk)
[David Martin]

David Pustansky (b. 1985) is a UK-based type designer who was active in 2005-2006, when he operated as David Martin and his web site was called 24hourbauer.co.uk. He published many free fonts, but then became inactive ca. 2007. In 2014, he resurrected as David Pustansky.

Creator of the picture-derived faces Eye Spy (2006), Batman The Dark Knight (2006, scanbats), Simpsons Mmmm...Font (2006), Pokemon Pixels (2006), Silent Hill Nightmares (2006), Mario and Luigi (2006), Final Fantasy Elements (2006), Lara Croft Tombraider (2006), Superman Last Son of Krypton (2005), The Ultimate Lance Hoyt font (2005), Harry Potter and the Dingbats (2005), TNA Bound for Glory (2005), tna wrestling (2005), Doctor Who 2006 (2005), Futurama Dingbats (2005), Red Dwarf Characters (2005), Evil Characters (2005), and 24hourbauer (2005, scanbats), Simpsons Treehouse of Horror (2007), Split Splat Splodge (2006, ink slpatter), Splish Splash Splosh (commercial), TNA Lockdown (2007), Splis (2007), Donkey Kong World (2006), SonicMegaFont (2006), Doodlebears (2006), Tetris Blocks (2006), twentyfour, WWE, residentevilcharacters, wrestlinglogos.

In 2014, he created Garfield Hates Mondays Loves Fonts (scanbats), the retro typeface Shakespeare First Folio (after the lettering in the 1623 collection of Shakespeare's plays), Brush Stroke of Genius, Wilson (after the baseball in the movie), Eye Am Confused Optical Illusions, Game Logos, Retro Hasbro WWF Figures, Doom and Gloom, Nato Phonetic Alphabet, Shakespeare To Be Or Not To Be (ornamental caps), Super Street Fighter Hyper Fonting (scanbats)m), An Apple A Day Fruit Font, Secret Diary (hand-printed), Balls Balls and more Balls (scanbats), Legend of Zelda TriFont (scanbats), Crushed Candy (scanbats), A Work of Art (scanbats), Console Wars Console Yourself, Futurama All Hail the Hypnotoad, Family Guy Giggity (cartoon character font), and American Dad Good Morning USA (cartoon dingbats).

Abstract Fonts link. Home page of David Pustansky. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Davide Canavero
[Boba Fonts]

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Dawnsoft

StarTrek site with the wonderful Bitstream fonts StarTrekBT_Regular, StarTrekFilmBT_Regular, StarTrekGenBT_Heavy, StarTrekNextBT_ExtraBold and StarfleetBT_BoldExtended. [Google] [More]  ⦿

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]  ⦿

Deep Brown

Youngster from the UK, b. 1992. Designer of the minimalist geometric font Stark Tech (2007). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Defaulterror
[Derek Clark]

Derek Clark (defaulterror) is a South-African (b. 1980) who lives in Kaapstad. He created the beautiful futuristic typeface Dirty Flamingo (no downloads) and has a great web page. Free fonts, also in that futuristic style, all made in 2006-2007: Mercenary, Commando, Dirty Flamingo, 8-bit (pixel face), BrothersofMetal, PXL8R (pixel face), SuperBefok, VomZom, defaulterror, elDiablo, pooplatter.

Dafont link. Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Demasiado

Some Babylon 5 fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Derek Clark
[Defaulterror]

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Derek Vogelpohl
[ShyFoundry (was: ShyFonts)]

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Derik Schneider

American creator of these free fonts: the sci-fi faces ISL Sickness (2012, dot matrix face), ISL Flak (2012), AlphaBot (2012, inspired by Bionic Systems), Fade to Blak, Jupiter (2012, inspired by Mass Effect) and Andvari (2012, an octagonal typeface inspired by Planetside), the pixel faces VsNano (2012), Xen (2012), and Onyx (2012), and the hand-drawn typeface Villain (1998, adapted for two-coloring).

Old URL.

Aka Isurus Labs. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Design Tourist
[Henning Brehm]

Calling himself a design tourist, German designer Henning Brehm makes fonts for films. His company in Berlin is also called Design Tourist. Agitka (2010, 8 styles) contains Latin and Cyrillic characters, in a constructivist theme, and has a Neon sub-style that was used in the film Bourne Ultimatum. This family can be bought at Gestalten. In 2010, he published Kraut, a round outline face, and Koffer (a screen font family).

Pandorum (2012, a spaceship typeface, by Henning Brehm and Alejandro Lecuna) was especially designed for film sets in the science fiction movie Pandorum starring Ben Foster, Antje Traue and Denis Quaid.

At Vette Letters, Henning Brehm created the squarish oriental simulation typeface VLNL Kimchi: The Kimchi font had its starting point in the making of the film Cloud Atlas, based on the novel by David Mitchell and directed by Lana & Andy Wachowski and Tom Tykwer. A first version of Kimchi was created for Papa Song---an underground fast food restaurant in a futuristic Neo Seoul in the year 2144. It was used for the menus, advertisement and packaging.

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design33k

Canadian designer of the dot matrix typeface Galactic Spaceport (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Device Fonts
[Rian Hughes]

Rian Hughes studied at the LCP in London before working for an advertising agency, i-D magazine, and a series of record sleeve design companies. Under the name Device he now provides design and illustration for the advertising, entertainment, publishing, and media industries. He works from Richmond, UK, as a comic book artist, letterer and typefounder---his foundry is called Device. He creates mostly display type. List of fonts. Interview. Review by Yves Peters. Monotype Imaging page. Interview by Die Gestalten. Various (overlapping) font listings, still unorganized.

  • Dingbats: Pic_Format, Mastertext Symbols, MacDings, RiansDingbats, Autofont.
  • FontFont fonts: Identification (1993), Revolver, Rian's Dingbats, LustaOneSixtySans, Knobcheese, CrashBangWallop, and Outlander.
  • [T-26] fonts: English Grotesque (1998), Data90 (2003; a free FontStruct typeface that is virtually identical to Data90 is Bitrate by Kummaeno (2010)), Flak Heavy (2003, stencil), Flak (2003, stencil), Freeman (2003), Klaxon (2003, kitchen tile font), Cordite, Substation (2003), September (2003), West Way (2003), Egret (2003), Paralucent Complete (2003), Paralucent Condensed, Paralucent Stencil (2003), Mercano Empire (2003), Iconics (2003), Cantaloupe (2003), Gravel (2003), Acton (blocky screen font, 2002), Ainsdale, Amorpheus, Anytime Now (alarm dingbats), Bingo, Blackcurrant (Blackcurrant Cameo (1997) is free), Bordello, Elektron, Haulage (U-Haul lettering, 2002), WexfordOakley, Telecast, Terrazzo, Transit, Untitled, Scrotnig, Skylab (2002), Silesia (1993), SlackCasual, Ritafurey, Reasonist-Medium, Regulator, GameOver, Novak, Quagmire, PicFormat, Jakita Wide (2000, techno font), Metropol-Noir, Motorcity, Mastertext, Mystique (2002), MacDings, Lusta, Laydeez, Sinclair, Paralucent (sans serif), Judgement, Bullroller, Zinger (a fifties font), Citrus (2002), Popgod (2003), Range (2000, a futuristic font), Hounslow, Jemima, Griffin, GranTurismo, Gargoyle, Foonky, DoomPlatoon, Darkside ("remixed" by FontStructor Kummaeno in his Ubangi (2011)), Cyberdelic, Contour, and the very original Stadia Outline family (Stadia is a kitchen tile font).
  • List of all fonts by Rian Hughes, as of 2004: Acton, Ainsdale, Amorpheus, Anytime Now, Bingo, Blackcurrant, Bordello, Bull Roller, Chascarillo, Contour, Cottingley (1992), FF CrashBangWallop, Cyberdelic, Darkside, Data90, Doom Platoon (1996), Elektron, English Grotesque, Flak, Foonky, Freeman, Game Over, Gargoyle, Gran Turismo, Griffin, Haulage, Hounslow, Iconics, FF Identification, Jakita, Jemima, Judgement, FF Knobcheese, Laydeez Nite, Lusta (big family), Mac Dings, Mastertext, Men Swear, Metropol Noir, Motorcity, Mystique, Novak, FF Outlander, Paralucent, Pic Format, Platinum, Quagmire, Range, Reasonist, Register (A and B), Regulator, FF Revolver, FF Rian's Dingbats, Ritafurey, Scrotnig, September, Silesia, Sinclair, Skylab, Slack Casual, Space Cadet, Stadia, Substation, Telecast, Terrazzo, Transmat, Untitled One, Vertex, Westway, Wexford Oakley, Why Two Kay, Zinger.
  • At Veer, in 2005, these Device fonts were published: Gentry, Gridlocker, Valise Montreal, Custard, Box Office (moviemaking letters), Sparrowhawk, Monitor, Moonstone, Miserichordia, Yolanda (a great playful medieval text typeface in three styles: Duchess, Princess, Countess), Gusto, Dauphine, Rogue, Ritafurey, Dynasty, Radiogram, Xenotype, Roadkill (grunge), Payload (stencil family comprising Regular, Outline, Spraycan, Narrow, Narrow Outline, Wide, Wide Outline), Catseye, Electrasonic, Absinthe (psychedelic style), Straker, and Chantal (brush).
  • In 2006, Veer added these: Profumo, Ironbridge, Cheapside, Battery Park (grunge), Forge, Shenzhen Industrial, Hawksmoor (grunge), Coldharbour Gothic, Wormwood Gothic (grunge), Chase (grunge), Diecast, Roadkill Heavy, Tinderbox (fuzzy blackletter), Dazzle (multiline face), Nightclubber (art deco), Klickclack (2005, comic book or cartoon caper typeface), Vanilla (art deco), Wear it's at (grunge), Diecast, Drexler, Box Office (movie icon font).
  • Fonts from 2007: DF Conselheiro (2007, grunge), DF Glitterati (2007), Indy Italic (script), DF Apocrypha (2006, rough outline), DF Quartertone (2007), DF Lagos (2007, rough stencil), DF Pulp Action, DF Reliquary #17 (2006, grunge didone), DF Dukane (2007, octagonal grunge), DF Strand (2007, striped stencil), DF Rocketship from Infinity (2006, futuristic), DF Appointment with Danger (2006), DF Las Perdidas (2006, grunge stencil), DF Kelly Twenty (2007, grunge stencil), DF Heretic, DF Roadkill, DF Ironbridge, DF Forge, DF Shenzhen Industrial, DF Hawksmoor, DF Cheapside, DF Battery Park, DF Saintbride, DF Profumo, DF Coldharbour Gothic, DF Wormwood Gothic, DF Tinderbox, DF Flickclack, DF Vanilla (multiline art deco face), DF Chase, DF Nighclubber (art deco jazz club face), DF Diecast, DF Dazzla, DF Zond Diktat (grunge), DF Yellow Perforated, DF Mulgrave (grunge), DF Ministry B, DF Ministry A (with a hairline weight), DF Gridlocker, DF Gentry, DF Valise Montréal (grunge), DF Custard, DF Box Office, DF Roadkill, DF Payload Wide, DF Payload Narrow, DF Catseye Narrow, DF Catseye, DF Yolanda, DF Xenotype, DF Telstar, DF Straker, DF Sparrowhawk, DF Rogue Serif, DF Rogue Sans Extended, DF Rogue Sans Condensed, DF Rogue Sans, DF Ritafurey B, DF Ritafurey A, DF Radiogram, DF Pitshanger, DF Payload (stencil), DF Outlander Nova, DF Moonstone, DF Monitor, DF Miserichordia, DF Interceptor, DF Gusto, DF Glitterati, DF Galicia (2004), DF Galaxie, DF Electrasonic, DF Dynasty B, DF Dynasty A, DF Drexler, DF Dauphine, DF Chantal, DF Absinthe, DF Register Wide B, DF Register Wide A, DF Register B, DF Register A, DF Quagmire B, DF Cordoba (2007, grunge), Mellotron (2004, stencil), Seabright Monument (2007), Charger (2007, grunge).
  • T-26 releases in 2007: Klickclack, Hawksmoor (grunge), Heretic, Ironbridge (old letter simulation), Battery Park (grunge), Chase (grunge), Cheapside (grunge), Dazzle (multiline art deco), Diecast (grunge), and Forge (grunge).
  • T-26 releases in 2008: Automoto (fat multiline deco face), Straker (organic). Also from 2008: Mission Sinister (grunge), Gonzalez (grunge).
  • FontBros release in 2009: Filmotype Modern. Other Filmotype series fonts include Filmotype Miner (2012), Filmotype Manchester (2012), Filmotype Meredith (2012), Filmotype Marlette (2012), Filmotype Mansfield (2012), Filmotype Power (2012) and Filmotype Major (2012: this is based on a typeface used as the titling font for the popular children's book by Dr. Seuss entitled One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, 1960). Other 2009 fonts: Degradation (grunge).
  • Creations in 2010: Pod (2010, fat round stencil), Korolev (2010, a 20-style monoline sans family based on communist propaganda from 1937), DF Agent of the Uncanny (2010, brush face), DF Destination Unknown (2010, Kafkaesque brush), DF Maraschino Black (a sleek, sophisticated high-contrast swash capital font).
  • Creations in 2011: DF Capitol Skyline, DF Capitol Skyline Underline and DF Capitol Skyline Capitals (a multi-weight all-caps pair that epitomizes Streamline Moderne), DF Korolev (a 20-weight sans serif family based on lettering by an anonymous Soviet graphic designer who did the propaganda displays at the Communist Red Square parade in 1937. Named in honor of Sergey Pavlovich Korolyov, or Korolev, considered to be the father of practical astronomics).
  • Typefaces from 2012: Ember (informal script), Kane (based on the Batman logo), Glimmer Glossy, Glimmer Mate, Galleria (avant-garde caps), Clique (flared sans).
  • Typefaces from 2013: Filmotype Melon (after a 1959 original, this is an offbeat Googie era doo-wop typeface), Filmotype Melody (similar to Melon), Filmotype Mellow (also similar to Melon), Raw (worn wood type), Cadogan (a rhythmic connected script), Whiphand (brush face), Steed (heavy codensed masculine sans inspired by the titles of the Avengers TV show), State Stencil (Clean and Rough: in the style of Futura Black), Korolev Military Stencil (named after Sergei Korolev, father of Soviet astronautics, and based on signs from the Red Army parade of 1932), Armstrong (a 1950s automobile font).
  • Other: Customised Foonky Starred, Altoona, DfAncestorITC, DfAttitudesPlain, HotRod (2002).

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Dezyner Records (was: Dezyne.de)
[Sebastian Bentler]

Sebastian Bentler at Dezyner Records is the German designer (b. 1981) of mostly techno/futuristic fonts. Partial list: Neue Saat (2002, futuristic), Mayagen-r (2001), Tesh (2001), Smart AI Expansion (2001, pixel font), Cyborg 45 (2001), Quadspeed (2001, pixel font), FutureFlash (2001).

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

Dial N for Ninja

FontStructor who made the LED style futuristic faces Galaxsea Starlight Mono (v2, v3) (2012), Galaxsea Darkmatter (2012, +Light, +Normal: a techno stencil family), and dNN's Wedgey Tools (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dietrich Kerner

German designer (b. 1961) of Pepsi (2014), Marty (2014, a Back to the Futrure font), Observer (2012, an alchemic font), Anime (2012, a mysterious alphabet), Galactica-Pyramid-Card-Game (2009, dingbats), Lost Font (2007), Sci-Fi-Logos (2006) and DingTrek (2006, Star Trek font). [Google] [More]  ⦿

DigiMode 1988

An orphaned oblique techno typeface from 1999. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Diogo Pisoeiro

Tomar, Portugal-based designer of the angular typeface Aga (2011), Alpha (2011, sci-fi), Espasmo (2011, futuristic and triangular, in 22 weights: Ten Dollar Fonts), Espasmo Hand (2011, a curvy version), Ladoni (2011, an angular version of Bodoni), the futuristic monoline typeface Omega (2011), and of the very experimental families Xing Xang Xung (2011) and Que (2011). In 2011, he started a commercial foundry.

Typefaces from 2012 include Barceloneta (an alchemic typeface at Ten Dollar Fonts) and Magna (a gorgeous fat didone typeface).

Cargocollective link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Dirk Uhlenbrock
[Signalgrau *(was: eyesaw fontz)]

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dirtytea

FontStructor who made the LED and outlined LED faces Orbit 01 and Orbit 02 (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Disastergraphics
[Jamie Dean]

Cambrideshire, UK-based surreal artist, b. 1992. Creator of the futuristic typeface Cyborn (2008). Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dismantle Destroy
[Matthew Tyndall]

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Donald Williams

Graduate of Minnesota State University who works as a graphic designer in mankato, MN. He created the sci-fi / techno typeface Transformer (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dot Colon (also: Arro, Alt Rivet)
[Sora Sagano]

Japanese foundry, was Alt Rivet. Superb free fonts: Eunomia (2013, a sci-fi sans), Seshat (2012), Penna (2011, beautiful hairline sans), Ferrum (roman capitals), Medio (a didone), Vegur (sans), all developed from 2004 until 2011. Tenderness (2007) is a high-legged beauty of art deco heritage.

In 2014, Seshat became available via TipoType. They published the sans family Aileron in 2014 as well.

Arro. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Douglas Malicote

American designer (b. 1994) of Super Chargers (2011, sci-fi face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dragonfly272

American designer of the artificial language faces Writing Hyrulian, Goron, Deku, and Zora (2005). [Google] [More]  ⦿

DragonsBane 101

American designer of the artificial language typeface Old Kicoereian (2005). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Dreamforge

French designer of the beautiful futuristic font Dream Forge Classic (2006). Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Drew Koch

Milwaukee, WI-based graphic designer. He used geometric patterns to create the futuristic typeface Orion (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Drianne Laliberte

Graphic designer in Sprinfield, MA, who created the modular sci-fi typeface Space Cube (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

DS9

Small Startrek archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Duke Nukem

Designer of the trekkie font Standard Galactic Alphabet. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Edgar Jeronimo Navarrete Ureña

Originally from Mexico City (b. 1983), Edgar seems to be based in Dubai now. He designed the futuristic typeface Neutronium (2009). He created the experimental faces Kooler o Normal (2009), Naujoks Love (2009) and Edgarpiramide (2009) and the comic book typeface Jeronimo Cartoon (2009). Abstractfonts link. Additional link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Edward Kersh

Born in Birmingham, AL, in 1984, he graduated with a BFA in graphic design from Auburn University in 2007 and and MFA in graphic design from Lousiana Tech University in 2011. Fontspace link. Creator of the sci-fi / techno typeface Ganymede Takeover (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

E.H.S. Hoffström

Designer who created the artificial language typeface Dreyconicean (2004) and the handwriting typeface WhateverHand (2004). Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Eisuke Furukawa
[Hyperion Graphics]

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Elementalist

FontStructor who made Mandrill (2012), Denial (2011, an attempt to put D'Nealian script into a monospace font), TCO Denial (2011), Low Rider (2011), Monkey (2011, monospaced), Beast-Queen Echidna (2011, a font for a techno metal band), Star Wreck Intergalactic (2010), Unbranded Renranded (2009), and Miniature Monocle (2009, pixel face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elfring Soft Fonts
[Gary Elfring]

Gary Elfring's company in Wasco, IL. Art Deco fonts (shareware): Baha (1992), Broad Avenue, Hafnium, Haman Bold, Narcosis Oblique, Neaten, Orange Oblique, Ramose Oblique, Totem, Zyme Oblique, all adaptations of well-known fonts. Bar Codes, MICR, Signatures, plus online ordering of popular TrueType fonts and clip art. A demo version of 10 script fonts (Aristocrat, Blush, ESF Elite Light, Grandam, Hotpress, Jessica, Old English, Saffron, Tech Bold, Zap Charles) can be found here. A 200-TrueType collection sold for 50USD. Check printing fonts, including Mic-EarthNormal (1992). About 25 fonts are here: AdrianneNormal, ApexCondensed-Oblique, BlackChanceryNormal, CoronetNormal, Dalith, ESFEliteNormal, Emir, Expiry-Oblique, Expiry, GrangeCaps-Oblique, GrangeCaps, Hafnium-Oblique, Hafnium, Harbor-Oblique, Hartebeest, Hasp, Hesitate, Jayhawk, JayhawkExpand-Oblique, JayhawkExpand, Jetty-Oblique, Jetty, Jevons-Oblique, Jevons, Jocund-Oblique, Jocund, Josephine-Oblique, Josephine, Josiah-Oblique, Josiah, Kansas-Oblique, Kansas, Kaufman, Kermis-Oblique, Kilung-Oblique, Lackey-Oblique, Lackey, Lactam-Oblique, Lactam, Langur, Lazar-Oblique, Lazar, Ligand, Liquid-Crystal, Liquid-CrystalOblique, Lunatic-Oblique, Narcosis, Nonage, OldEnglishNormal, Orange-Oblique, Orange, Pavis-Oblique, Pavis, Quintly, Rankle-Oblique, Rankle, Saccule-Oblique, Saccule, Tarunda, Totem, ZapChanceNormal, Zwieback-Oblique, Zwieback, Zyme-Oblique, Zyme. An oriental simulation face, EchoCaps (1995), is here. Dafont carries some of their free fonts, including the futuristic typeface Earth (1992). Barcode subpage with commercial barcodes for 2/5, 2/5 interleaved, 3/9, 93, 128, PostNet, EAN and UPC-A. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Elwin Berlips
[FontMeister]

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Emily Lodge

During her studies at the Leeds College of Art and Design in Leeds, UK, Emily Lodge created the futuristic hexagonal typeface Houston (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Emma Williams

London-based British type designer who obtained an MA in typeface design from the University of Reading in 2008. Her graduation typeface is the oldstyle typeface Milvus, created specifically for periodicals and books.

Other typefaces include Hepworth (2011: for a gallery in Wakefield called Hepworth), Christoffel (2010, with Paulus M. Dreibholz), Rowse (2010), APFEL (2010), COSTA (2010), Virgin Galactic (2006, sci-fi), and John Lewis (2006).

Typecache link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Encorer

Designer of the futuristic typeface Psychotron (2010, FontStruct). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Enrique L. Santana

Designer of Cocoon (2008), a magnificent free decorative typeface inspired by aliens. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Enrique Pacheco

Graphic design and photography student in Santa Ana, El Salvador, who created the sci-fi typeface Cometa (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Epoch Icons

Jason Wohlstadter's small categorized archive, specializing (for now) in futuristic fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Erik Bruun

Erik Bruun (b. 1926, Viipuri) is a Finnish graphic designer. In 1953 he founded his own design studio, where he produced the most of his work. Bruun's work includes posters, postcards, stamps. He also designed the reverse sides of the last ever series of the Finnish Markka banknotes in 1986. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Erik Schroeder

Designer of Engli-Besh, Dark katarn, Metal Rebel, Mandalorian, New Futhork, Sith Prophecy, Galactic Basic and Star Vader. Metal Rebel evolved in 2009 into the Snubfighter family (2009, jointly with Iconian). URL at Fontfreak. He also calls himself Erik Stormtrooper.

Dafont link. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Erin Armstrong

Erin Armstrong (Atlanta, GA) created the Sci-fi Fantasy Alphabet (2011, all caps). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Erwin van der Waal
[Star Trek Fonts -- Alien Races]

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Erwin Van Soelen

Dutch designer of the handwriting typeface Erwin (2006) and the grunge faces Appendix (2006) and Airswinger (2006). In 2011, he made Airswing Headline (2011, futuristic). He also uses the names Airswinger and Erwin Vader. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Espen Morten Kvalheim

Norwegian designer (b. 1984) who lives in Bergen. Creator of nittenaattifire (2007, sans), Temanotica (2006, futuristic sans), Asphyxiate (2006, handwriting), Analfabet (2010, hand-printed), Gladatur Rum (2006), Bob-Filled (2001), Parallello (2008, a gorgeous futuristic typewriter serif), Fregne Myriad (2002, childish hand), Looksky-Font (2001, pixel face), unborneditrion (2005, pixel face), Finder (2005), Unintended (2005, dot matrix face). Dafont link. Another URL. Link at Deviantart. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Essqué Productions
[Stephen M. Knouse]

Stephen Knouse (Essqué Productions) is the Alaskan designer in Wasilla (b. 1976) of several free fonts. These include the display typeface Petal Glyph (2007), Avante Go (2008, avant-garde) and Avante Return (2008, avant-garde). He also created the free comic book fonts Happy Sans (2009) and Happy Serif (2008), Diagano (2012, monoline avant-garde sans), the trekkie typeface Dark Future (2011), and Neon 80s (2010, a rounded sans in the style of VAG Round but more so a faux neon font).

Spyced (2012) evokes Arabian nights, lava lamps, and Indian mystery. In 2014, Stephen designed Geo Grid 9 (a kitchen tile font) and Tall & Lean.

Dafont link. Fontspace link. Devian tart link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Eternatease Studio Homepage

Links to about ten free font sites and to Startrek sites. 36 fonts for download. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ethan Paul Dunham
[FontHead Design]

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Exclamachine Type Foundry
[Choz Cunningham]

Choz Cunningham (b. 1975, Santa Cruz, CA) is a Las Vegas and more recently, Nashville, TN-based designer and artist, who set up Exclamachine in 2005. Until 2012, exclamachine published free fonts. In 2012, it went commercial via MyFonts.

Designer of Whiskey Songs (2007), Crass Roots and Crass Roots OFL (2007, stencil), Misqot (2006), The Troubles (2006), Limberjack (2006, an ornate wood titling font), this blackletter-inspired serif face (2006), Futurelic (2006, futuristic), Zugzwang (2006), Sketchy Times Bold (2005, grunge), Sketchy Times (2005, grunge), Basket of Hammers (2005, a nice wallpainting/graffiti font). His company, also called Exclamachine Foundry, where these fonts can be downloaded: The Black Bloc (2006, blackletter-inspired), MISQOT (2006), Kutura Frontalis (2006), PaulMaul (2006), Zugzwang (2006), Sketchy Times (2006), Carlos Caffeinated (2006), Basket of Hammers (2006), Disc Inferno (2006, LED simulation), Rosda Laevigata)2007, handprinting), and this heavy metal band font (2006).

In 2012, Choz published the commercial typefaces MISQOT (scratchy) and Paul Maul XT (irregular hand-printed face).

Typefaces from 2013: FinFang (comic book style caps), Lestatic Slashed (+Condensed), Lestatic Obsidian Outline (grungy), Lestatic Lashed (Arabic simulation face), Lestatic Celerite, Lestatic Carved, Lestatic CSS, Lestatic Withered Condensed, Lestatic Withered, Lestatic Sliced.

Dafont link. Open Font Library link. Home page. Fontspace link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Extreme Anime

Known as Zephyr Kenshin or Extreme Anime, this software developer designed the artificial character font Syxian (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fabrizio Pastori

Italian creator of the futuristic family Nuvolari (2009), which was designed while he was studying at the Politecnico in Milan. Pastori is based in Bareggio. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fanspace.com

Startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fantasy Fonts Archive

Fantasy fonts archive. Includes CRL_1 (Greek), several Startrek fonts (such as STCardassian), KeplerAstro and Hermetic (astrology fonts), rune fonts (such as Enochian and Dethek-Dwarvish-FR), and Tim Gathercole's Tencton. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Faraz Ahmed Mughal

Australian designer (b. 1993) of Kinine Alpha (2013, octagonal sci-fi typeface). Dafint link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fat faces: Stephen Coles's List

This is a list of odd fat faces in the FontShop catalog, as compiled by Stephen Coles in 2007.

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Fat retro and signpainter faces: Stephen Coles's List

Stephen Coles points out the fattest retro faces, as well as many of his favorite signpainter faces in the FontShop store.

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Fat techno faces: Stephen Coles's List

Stephen Coles points out the fattest techno and futuristic faces in the FontShop store.

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fatdesign
[Hiroyuki Watanabe]

Hiroyuki Watanabe (fatdesign) is a Japanese free font maker whose motto is It is one vomited by the individual. Designer at FontStruct in 2008 of fatbitboy. Their other creations from 2008, both Latin and Hirgana/Katakana, are often techno or experimental: FDF_Adapter, FDF_Architectsis, FDF_Beehive, FDF_HiragaNize, FDF_IrishIrish (stitching font), FDF_MiCRO-MINI (pixel face), FDF_Modanium, FDF_NANAMETTA-PIENETTA-TAKANA, FDF_Taspotron, FDF_WeatherPictgram. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Felipe Kenzo Atatsuka

Graphic designer in Tatui, Brazil, who designed Satellis Type (2013), a hexagonal sci-fi typeface. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Felipe Munoz

During his graphic design studies at Concordia University in Montreal, Feipe Munoz created the free sci-typeface Crystal (2014). Behance link. Open Font Library link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Felipe Roque Dolce
[Ocio Criativo]

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Fewell Foundry
[Martin Fewell]

Martin Fewell is the type designer who started the Fewell foundry in London, and who runs MartinFewell.com and Yolo in Manchester. Martin is also a part time Lecturer at The University of Salford and Chelsea School of Art and Design. His techno fonts are available from [T-26]: Assembler (2004, a paperclip face), Mechwar (2002), Techstep (2002), Sushi (2002), Synthesis (2002, a techno font family) and Turbo (2002).

And now also from MyFonts.com: Memory (a sensational techno font, 2003), Exhaust (2002), Kanister (2003), Datastream (2003, an octagonal font) and the military octagonal stencil font Airbrake (2003). At Union Fonts, he published Memory, Airbrake (octagonal stencil font), Exhaust, Datastream and Kanister in 2003. At Yolo, one can ogle and buy his typefaces: Airbrake (mecahical face), Airframe, Assembler, Datastream (octagonal), Delicious, Exhaust, Insatiable, Kenister (octagonal), Lovebeing, Mechwar, Memory (experimental, techno), Newart, Nova, Rapture, Sushi, Synthesis (techno), Techstep, Turbo.

Klingspor link.

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Filiz Sahin

Filiz Sahin is an American interactive designer, originally from Istanbul. Her work includes Geogram (2012, an octagonal typeface), Wave Me In (2012, a free wavy EPS-format font), Knit Type (2012, a free stitching font), Stitching Font (2012), Ant Type (2012, another stitching font), Drop Type (2012, a free EPS format ornamental caps face), Spider Type (2012, a modified Helvetica Bold), and a hand-drawn all ornamental caps face (2009). Muscle Type (2012) is a free EPS-format font inspired by bundles of muscles. Sablon (2012) is an organic all-caps type family. Hair Type (2012) consists of strands of hair. Dooooodle Type (2012) are doodled ornamental caps. El Yazi (2012) is a 2d and 3d school script font on EPS format. Cosmo Path (2012) is a free spaceship-inspired EPS vector font. Che's Bone (2012) is a bone-themed typeface. Mood Type (2012, free) is a beautiful EPS-format font that takes inspiration from modern Swedish furniture. Doodleista (2012) is a condensed poster face.

Typefaces from 2013: Look Up (a hand-drawn arrowed poster typeface).

Typefaces from 2014: Mink (free hand-printed font).

Dafont link. Behance link. Cargo Collective link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Final Conflict
[Augur Too]

Font from "The Final Conflict" approximated by Augur Too. Freeware, truetype. The site disappeared. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Flanker (or: Studio di Lena)
[Leonardo Di Lena]

Flanker, or Studio Di Lena, is the foundry of Italian type designer Leonardo Di Lena (b. 1975, Rome). Initially, it offered fresh free designs of classics. In 2012, it went commercial. Their fonts, made beteen 1998 and 2009:

The outfit was known as JFDooM Flanker's Fonts, between 2001 and 2004. The fonts then were slightly different. They included BodoniFlnk, BodoniFlnkCor, BodoniFlnkCorGrass, BodoniFlnkGas, CNRLineare, DidotFlnk, DidotFlnkCorsivo, DidotFlnkCorsivoGrassetto, DidotFlnkGrassetto, Emblema-della-Repubblica-Italiana, Frantisek, GaramondFlnkNormale, GaramondFlnkCorsivo, GaramondFlnkCorsivoGrassetto, GaramondFlnkGrassetto, GriffoFlnkCorsivo, GriffoFlnkCorsivoGrassetto, GriffoFlnkGrassetto, GriffoFlnknormale, Lellocorsivobold, Lellocorsivo, Lello, MarlboroFlnk, Magnificat, There's-nothing-money-can't-buy, Poker, ShocktothesystemCorsivo, ShocktothesystemVuoto, Sony, Bjork-Isobel, Imperator, Traiano, Rdclub. Most fonts have Greek and Cyrillic letters as well.

Commercial fonts at Flanker via MyFonts: Garaldus (2012, based on a 1956 font by Aldo Novarese), Italian Typewriter (2012, a family of monospaced typewriter typefaces based on Italian typewriters of the thirties and forties).

Typefaces from 2013: Flanker Ruano (based on a chancery typeface by raffaelo bertieri, 1926), Selene (monoline sans).

Dafont carries Magnificat, a 2011 revival of the ornamental typeface by Friedrich Peter. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Flat-It
[Ryoichi Tsunekawa]

Japanese foundry in Nagoya that offers these free and commercial Latin fonts made by Ryoichi Tsunekawa, who also runs Bagel & Co, Dharma Type, HolidayType and Prop-A-Ganda. Most of his work was done at Flat-It. His typefaces:

  • 2014: Pero (condensed rounded organic sans), Kiro (minimalist organic sans), Graphie (modern geometric sans), Compasse (semi-condensed sans), Como (rounded sans).
  • 2013: Spoon (organic, rounded, monoline sans family), Antoinette Monogrammes (based on early 1900s embroideries by Janon Co; with frames), Clonoid (a sci-fi family that pays tribute to arcade game logos in 80s and 90s), All Round Gothic Demi (a sans based on perfect circles),Griffon (copperplate titling face), Antique Spenserian (based on Spencerian Script by Mackellar, Smiths and Jordan).
  • 2012: Geom Graphic (a retro sci-fi family that can be considered as a squarish version of Eurostile), Sheepman (modular), House of Cards, Space Colony (a lovely monoline futuristic techno family), Rama Slab (an antiqued wood-style slab serif), Rama Gothic. An antiqued sans serif family that recalls the wood type era), Diamond Ring (an art deco typeface inspired by Japanese cosmetics-packaging designs and posters from the late 19th and early 20th centuries), Controller (techno meets organic in this rounded squaris sans family), Revolution Gothic (an extended version of PAG Revolucion), 2008, which was inspired by retro propaganda posters and wallpainting in Cuba from the 60s to 80s; Revolution Gothic P followed in 2014), Diamond Ring (art deco).
  • 2011: Yummo (monoline organic sans), Sheepman (based on the wood type No. 506 of William Page), Onick (2011, an art deco neojaponist fat display face done for Wordshape), Shiva (2011, hairline sans), Mocha Mattari (2011, grunge), Dharma Slab (2011, inspired by 1800s-style wood type), Dharma Gothic (2011, +P), Rama Gothic (2011, also inspired by 1800s-style wood type), Dimensions (2011, squarish), Design System (2011, a large family based on 70s style techno faces), Speedometer (2011, condensed piano key face).
  • 2010: Stereo Gothic (2010: an extended all caps slightly techno sans family), Behrensmeyer Vigesimals (2010, a pixel format connected script), Civilite Vigesimals (2010, pixelized Civilite), Flat10 Arts and Crafts (2010), Flat20 Hippies, Flat10 Segments (2010), Flat10 Antique (2010), Flat20 Gothic (2010), Flat20 Streamer (2009, pixelized ribbon font), Flat10 Fraktur, Flat10 holy, Flat10 Holly, Flat10 Stencil, Flat20 Headline, Flat10 Artdeco, Word From Radio (2008-2010). Cigarette (2007, Bauhaus/Peignot-style type family).
  • 2009: African Elephant Trunk (2009), Concrete Script, Concrete Stencil (2009, a stencil calligraphic script), Perfect Magic (2009), HT Maison (2009, signage face), HT Farmacia (2009, connected school script), HT Espresso (2008, upright script), HT Cartoleria (2008, connected script), HT Cafe (2009), Sneaker Script (2009).
  • 2007-2008: Bistro Mono (2007, an awkward monoline face), Thousands (2007), Balaghat (2008), Garash Script (2008, a Halloween face), Woodstamp (2008), Banana (2008, brush script), Rebel Train Goes (2008, a piano key font), Rouge (2007, an elegant lipstick-on-the-bathroom-mirror pair of faces), Yasashii (2007, a great geometric art deco Broadway-style family), Lily Wang (2006, calligraphic script), Nothing (2007), Garash (2007, Arabic simulation), Moon Star Soul (2007, Western saloon font), Grandes Vacances (+ Une, Deux) (2007), Pansy Bo (2006, calligraphic), Dremie (2007, an art deco headline typeface with Open and Fill weights), Grandes Vacances (2007, based on 19th century billboard letters), Xesy (2007, a fantastic "ronde" high-contrast upright connected script), Deluta Black (2007, a soft blackletter), Cotoris (2007, a 4-style family that takes inspiration from Koch Antiqua and the art nouveau movement).
  • 2006: Daisy Lau (2006, calligraphic), Agedage Luxeuil (2006, based on a monasteric script from the 8th century), Agedage Cancellaresca, Agedage Beneventan, Agedage Simple Versal (2006, Lombardic caps simplified), Amsterdam Modern (2006, art nouveau influences), Flat10 [Holly, Holy, Stencil, Fraktur] (2006, a set of pixel faces), Machiarge (2006, a heavy connected brushed signage script), Chic Hand (2006, connected script), Double Dagger (2006, geometric stencil family), Fault (2006, an art deco striped lettering face), Killernuts (2006, headline serif typeface with brush stroke endings), Underconstructionism! (2006, a rectangular look family with associated dingbats), Machia (2006, decorative script), Kiwi (geometric hairline), Bagel (roundish comic book face), Jaguarundi (2006, distressed), Boycott (2006, distressed), Tokyotrail (2006, futuristic techno family), Coconut (noisy outline face), Coconut Split, Fresh Tomato (LED simulation), El Piedra (2006, letterpress emulation), Dried Tomato (LED simulation), Dutch Style, Mocha Harrar (great stencil face), 103 (experimental, Bank Gothic style), Airhead, ArealBlack, Awkward, BagelNew, BagelOld, Banbino, Bebas (2005, industrial sans), Berlin89, Blackout (redesigned in 2011 as the ulta-narrow Dimensions), Boycott (grunge), Built-1970, Bunyan, Busted, Camera (2007), Canstop, Chiangmai (Thai simulation face), DBLline, Dijkstra, Dutchstyle, Fling, Graphite, Harcomaso, Hiexplosive, Hitech, Honeycomb, Junkmix, Kanatypo, KemikalHi, Machia (2006, a calligraphic family), Meegoreng, Mikrob, Natsupopy, Overwork, Palsu, Plamo, Plasitico, REC001, REC002, REC003, Resistance, SQRT, STdigi (LED font), Shandy, Superstar, Tembaga, Tenaga, Tomodachi, Tragedia, Trucker, VRdigital, VRembroidery, Welcome2M, Workaholic, Zeebraa, plot-A, plot-K, Appendix 3, Gesso (grunge), Pusab (2006, ultra round; one free weight), Sushitaro, Typewrong, Celtics Modern (2006, a Celtic family of fonts). At T-26, he published CRZ (2006), Guppy, Ohana (2006, octagonal), Picnica (2006), and Wearetrippin.

MyFonts link. Fontsquirrel link for their free fonts such as Bebas (2005, industrial sans), Boycott, Gesso, and Pusab.

YWFT link. Bagel & Co. link. Klingspor link. Dafont link. Dafont link.

Interview.

View Ryoichi Tsunekawa's typefaces. Kernest link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Font 242

About 300 fonts in this new Truetype archive in Sweden. Categories: Futuristic/Space, OldTypewriter, Funny, Creepy. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fontalics Studio

Creators of the sci-fi typeface Sci-Fi Box (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

FontGroup
[Michael Hernan]

Creator of the Neotechnic series of (free) fonts: Accudigit Regular, Accudigit Body, Parma, Intermatrix (1998), Matricies, Hako, Basic. The designer, Michael Hernan made these fonts between 1995-1998, and writes: About Neotechnic Series: This series of Fonts reflect the information industry at the end of the 20th century and its obsession with classification. Each typeface captures a different aspect of our recent info-culture. He obtained an MA in typeface design from the University of Reading in 2008. At Reading, he designed Pseudo (2008). He started FontGroup in 2008. His old site, sitehernan, has not been updated in many years. The typefaces now shown at FontGroup (without downloads): Isoglyph (2009), Pseudo (2008-2009), Helvetica Kiss Fit (2006), Helvetica PointSign, Helvetica MultiDigit, UnicaDeux (2006, after an André Gürtler design), KataKana, Galactic Slab, Hako (dot matrix), Bodoni Arabic Numerals, Accudigit Body (1997, pixel face), AfterModule (1997, pixelish), Basic RCT (1995, pixel face), Block Normal (1993), EuroPop, 469 (numerals), g1055, InterMatrix (1998, dot matrix), Matricies Positive (1996, gridded), Matricies Negative (1996), Newer Alphabet, Octane (2005, octagonal and geometric), Fuiji Numbers (pixel face), Parma Sixtyeight (1996, inspired by a No. 6 on the side of Nelson Piquet's 1984 Brabham Racing car), Photo Numbers (pixel face), Pre Recollect, Quartz, Readable Dog, Shasyoku Moji II, Steiner Numbers (2005, numerals), Week Day, Alumi (1996, a squarish typeface based on a design by Paul Rand), Astra (1996, after a 1973 Letraset typeface called Star Marquee), Epps Evans (1995-1997, after Herbert Spencer), New Alphabet (1996, experimental, minimal, based on Wim Crouwel's alphabet), Volume Control (1999, dings), Fine Line (1994), Humana, Clock Face (1995, numbers for clocks). See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

FontHead Design
[Ethan Paul Dunham]

FontHead Design (Wilmington, DE) sells cool fonts designed by Ethan Dunham (b. 1972, Glens Falls, NY). A partial list: Mother Goose (2008), Allise, GoodDogCool, Fontheads (dingbats), Randisious, Greyhound (1997, an arts and crafts face), Rochester, Samurai, AsimovSans, Gurnsey20, Scrawl, BadDog, Holstein, SlackScript, Bessie, SloppyJoe (gone?), Blearex, HandSkriptOne, SmithPremier, BlueMoon, HolyCow, SororityHack, Bonkers, HotCoffeeFont, SpillMilk, BraveWorld, Isepik, Sputnik, Brolga, TekStencil, Carnation, Mekanek (1995), Teknobe (1995), Merlin, Toucan Grunge (gone?), Tycho, TypewriterOldstyle, MotherGoose, Croissant, Democratika (now Americratika--I think Emigre forced FontHead to change the name), Noel (1996-1997, Lombardic all caps face, with an open version added), LillaFunk (gone?), Margo Gothic (gone?), Toddler (gone?), NoelBlack, WashMe, Diesel, Orion, Gritzpop, Pesto, BattleStation, CircusDog, Dandelion, DraftHand, Flowerpot, Navel, ShoeString, Stiltskin, ZipSonik. Plus JohnDoe, and old typewriter font. Free fonts: Font Heads (dings), Smith Premier, Vladimir, Tycho, Typewriter Oldstyle, ScareCrow, Millennia, SpillMilk, GoodDog, Holstein, Red Five. All formats, Mac and PC. In the comic font series, look for Stan Lee (now Comic Talk), FH Excelsior (now Titlex), Grimmy (now Flim Flam), and Kirby (now Grit).

Dafont link.

Fonts created in 1999: AppleSeed, Caterpillar, Chinchilla, ChinchillaBlack, ChinchillaDots, CrowBeak, CrowBeakLight, CyberMonkey, DanceParty, DingleHopper, FourScore, FourScoreTitling, Hopscotch, HopscotchPlain, Ladybug, Leaflet-Regular, LeafletBold, LeafletLight, ReadOut, ReadOutSuper, Smoothie, Swizzle, TwoByFour, VeryMerry. Made in 2001: ButterFinger, ButterFingerSerif, CatScratch, Catnip, FighterPilot, FrenchRoast, Handheld, HandheldItalic, HandheldRaised, HandheldRaisedItalic, HandheldRound, HandheldRoundItalic, Kingdom, OldGlory, Quadric, QuadricSlant. MyFonts page.

In 2006, several dingbats fonts were added, such as the ClickBits Arrow series and the ClickBits Icon series.

In 2008, he created InfoBits Things and InfoBits Symbols, Abigail, Assembler, Click Clack, Drawzing (children's font), El Franco (grunge), Good Dog New (hand-printed), Helion (futuristic), Lead Paint (brush), Schema (architectural lettering), Skizzers (hand-printed), Tachyon (2008, techno, futuristic). Free font download. This place has Allise, Americratika, AppleSeed, AsimovSans, Asterix-Blink-Italic, Asterix-Blink, Asterix-Italic, Asterix-Light-Italic, Asterix-Light, Asterix, BadDog, BattleStation, Beckett, Bessie, BlackBeard, Blearex, BlueMoon, Bonkers, BraveWorld, Brolga, BrownCow, Carnation, CatScratch, Caterpillar, Chinchilla, ChinchillaBlack, ChinchillaDots, CircusDog, CornDog (2004), Croissant, CrowBeak, CrowBeakLight, CyberMonkey, DanceParty, Dandelion, Dannette-Outline, Dannette, DayDream, Democratika, Diesel, DingleHopper, DoomsDay, DraftHand, Flowerpot, Font-Heads, FourScore, FourScoreTitling, FunkyWestern, Goliath, GoodDog-Bones, GoodDog-Cool, GoodKitty, Greyhound, Grimmy, Gritzpop, GritzpopGrunge, Gurnsey20, HandskriptOne, Holstein-Bold, Holstein, HolyCow, Hopscotch, HopscotchPlain, HotCoffeeFont, HotTamale, Isepik, JohnDoe, JollyJack, Keener, Klondike-Bold, Klondike, Ladybug, Leaflet-Regular, LeafletBold, LeafletLight, LillaFunk, LogJam-Inline, LogJam, MargoGothic, MarvelScript, MatrixDot-Condensed, MatrixDot, Mekanek, Merlin, Millennia, Mondo-Loose, MotherGoose, Navel, Network, Noel, NoelBlack, Oatmeal, Orion, Pesto, Randisious, ReadOut, ReadOutSuper, RedFive, Rochester, Samurai, Scarecrow, Scrawl, ShoeString, ShoeStringRound, SlackScript, SloppyJoe, SmithPremier, Smock, Smoothie, SororityHack, SpaceCowboy, SpillMilk, Sputnikk, StanLee-Bold, StanLee-BoldItalic, StanLee-Regular, Stiltskin, Submarine, Swizzle, TekStencil, Teknobe, Torcho, ToucanGrunge, TwoByFour, Tycho, Typewriter2, TypewriterOldstyle, VeryMerry, Vladimir, WashMe, Watertown-Alternate, Watertown-Black, Watertown-Bold, Watertown, ZipSonik-Italic, ZipSonik, ZipSonikSketch-Italic, ZipSonikSketch.

Font Squirrel carries ElliotSix (simple handwriting), GoodDog (children's hand) and Millennia (squarish). In fact, in 2009-2010, Ethan Dunham became a very active web font persona, offering a commercial web font service, Fontspring, and a free font service, Fontsquirrel.

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FontMeister
[Elwin Berlips]

FontMeister is the commercial foundry of Elwin Berlips in Almere, The Netherlands.

In his first life, he ran a free font site called 11th Floor, where he made these free faces in 1999: Civilization (octagonal), Plastik-Film (grungy semi-stencil), Raw (grunge), Rocket-Fuel, Timeline, Greenlight (dot matrix), Interstatic (futuristic), Handsolo, Optimum, Roswell (handwritten), Jean-Pierre (handwriting), 11th Floor (gridded).

At FontMeister, he published

  • FM Eva (2011). A hand-printed chalkboard or poster face.
  • FM Bebel (2011). A monoline organic rounded sans family.
  • FM Secessionist (2011). Inspired by the Vienna secessionist Joseph Maria Olbrich, as seen on his architectural drawings from the 1920s.
  • FM Rossija (2011). A modular CD label face.
  • FM Julie (2011). An architectural hand.
  • FM Aloysius (2011). Also inspired by the Viennese secessionists.
  • FM Monomo (2011) is a simple, all caps, monospaced font.
  • FM Kaantaa (2011) is a bold typeface that draws inspiration from stencil and technical typefaces.
  • FM Ted (2012) is a simple geometric sans typeface.
  • FM Pointifax (2012) is a dot matrix typeface.

In a third life, now as Elmigo at Dafont, he published the circle-based font Modern Ringflash (2012).

View Font Meister Elwin Berlips's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Foxwell

Small Startrek archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Francesco

Italian designer (b. 1987) of the futuristic faces Ultras (2010) and Rounded (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Franco Fernández

This Argentinian cinephile is interested in movie posters. Known as FZ over at Fontspace, he offers these free "movie" fonts, all made in 2010: Alicia Wonderland, Rango Movie Font, TRON, Coraline AZ, HarryPotter7, Navidad, Lumos Latino (another Harry Potter font), TRON muestre Cine 1, TSalvacion (a Terminator font), HPPoster (Harry Potter titling font), Importante Cita, FrancoFont2.

In 2011, he made Horrible Jefe (based on the movie Quiero matar a mi jefe), Vampire and Hugo Cabret (after the movie Hugo in 3D).

In 2012, FrankenweenieMoviePoster was published.

Typefaces from 2014: Upon a Dream Maleficent, Godzilla Moviefont, Boxtrolls. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Frank Bruder

Computer science student at the University of Hamburg, and supporter of open source code software. Creator of the Open Font Library fonts Tomson Talks (2008, comic lettering), Block Stencil (2008), Far Side (2008, sci-fi) and Futhaark hnias (2008, runes), Tomson Talks (2010, hand-printed). Aka Skotan. Dark End is a hand-coded SVG font---check the source code to see what can be done with so little! Devian tart link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Frank Pendrell

American designer of Space at Bitstream. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Franky van Deursen

Dutch designer (b. 1994) of the fat geometric counterless typeface Noted V1 (2011) and the trekky typeface Galaxy (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Frédéric Rich

Frenchman (Rodilhan, b. 1984) who created the poster typeface It's A Penalty Kick (2012), Paradise Road (2012), the shadow sci-fi typeface Far Away Galaxy (2012), the pixel game font Pixel Invaders (2012), Weltmeister (2012, a fat hand-drawn poster font), Chocolate Hippo (2012, hand-printed), Night Train 382 (2012) and Night Train 315 (2012). This font supports many languages, including for example : Romanian, Serbian (Latin and Cyrillic), Croatian, Slovenian, Bosnian (Latin and Cyrillic), Bulgarian, Russian, Belarussian, Macedonian, Turkish.

In 2012, he created the grungy poster typeface Mezzanine, the condensed pixelish typeface Hauptbahnhof, the grungy In The Streets Of Europe, the techno typeface Platform Eight, Mastodont (in the obese category), the noisy Second-Hand Shop, the grungy Zagreb Underground, the striped game font Press Any Key To Continue, Dusty Matchbox (children's hand), Slaughterhouse (grungy), the pixel typeface Back Label Pixel, Please Hold The Line, Under The Bed (grunge), Refrigerator, I Fink U Freaky (a severe sans), Night Prowler (scary dusty caps face), Six Weeks Ago (texture face), Dimension (3d face), Ernestine, Frenchy (thin face).

Typefaces from 2013: Hostile Headline (textured typeface), Emergency Exit (grunge), Lazy Sunday (shadowed outlined face), Moon of Jupiter (octagonal sci-fi face), Birthmark (grungy and condensed), Ruxandra (scribbly face), Auricom, Arcade Nightmare, Volga (grunge caps), Urban Brigade, Evil Conspiracy (poster fonts, +Shadow), Container (grungy stencil), Peach Milk (paper cut face), Brouhaha (a 3d face).

Typefaces from 2014: Lazing on a Sunny Afternoon, Old School United (athletic lettering family; +Stencil).

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Friso M. Roest
[Sonic Savior]

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Frode Nordbø
[Norwegian Ink -- Design for Dough]

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Fuentes de Fantasia

Archive with rune fonts, gothic (dark) fonts, medieval fonts, Startrek fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Fumika
[Cosmic Tower]

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Futurama Fonts
[Darrell Johnson]

Darrell Johnson is the designer of Futurama-Bold-Font (1999, extended by Leandro Pardini, 2002), Futurama-Alien-Alphabet-One (1999, numbers by Leandro Pardini, 2002), Futurama-Alien-Alphabet-Two (Leandro Pardini, 2002), Futurama-Title-Font (1999, rebuilt by Leandro Pardini, 2002). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Future Millennium
[Zdenek Gromnica]

Zdenek Gromnica is a Czech type designer (b. 1989, Olomouc). He set up Future Millennium.

Creator of Ignis et Glacies -Sharp- (2006, a futuristic sans caps face), Infrared (2006), Xaligraphy, XaligraphyBold, XaligraphyBoldItalic, XaligraphyItalic, XaligraphyThin, XaligraphyThinItalic (2006, semi-calligraphic family), InfraRed (2006), FutureMillennium (2006, sans---caps only), Elemental End (2010, sans), Memoria Vestri (2010, hand-printed), Not Just Groovy (2011), Jolana (2012), Pixel Millennium (2012, pixel face), Dominik (2012, sans), and Groovy Fast (2009, sans headline face).

Devian tart link. Dafont link. Klingspor link. Fontspace link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

G3 Typefaces (or: TechFonts LatAm)
[Yun Gonzalez]

Yun Gonzalez (b. 1990; aka GrooveThree Typefaces and as G3 Typefaces and as TechFussion) is the designer in Bogota, Colombia, of the free techno faces Elegan Tech (2010), Ponderatta (2010), Inspyratta (2010), Ynnovatta (2010) and Curvature XD (2010).

In 2011, he made Anklada (an avant-garde sans), Groove Next (sans) and Revo (sans).

In 2012, he designed Revofit by Drakoheart (+Solid, 2014), Bookietastic, Stylatta, RevoPop, Straightforward, Bogotana (an informal sans family), Drakoheart Leiend, Konztante (a clean sans), Digicity, Typomoderno (squarish and modular), and V-Zel.

Typefaces from 2013, the year in which G3 became commercial: Drakalligro (+Sans, +Slab display types), Drakoheart Revofit (+Sans, +Serif).

Dafont link. Another Dafont link. Alternate URL. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Gabriele Rigamonti

Graphic designer in Rovato, Brescia, Italy, b. 1976. He cofounded Studio Charlie with Carla Scorda and Vittorio Turla, with whom he codesigned the futuristic Stereotype family (2005). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Galactic Voyage

A small Starwars archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gary Elfring
[Elfring Soft Fonts]

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Gen Aris

Floridian designer of Ancient G written and Ancient G Modern. These runic style faces are based on Anquietas, Alteran, and Anc Hand. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Geoff Anderson
[Sparklefonts]

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George Sutton
[Bliss41]

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Geronimo Fonts (or: Paradox Fontworks, or: Typewire Studios)
[Anthony Bowe]

First called Geronimo Fonts, then Paradox Fontworks, and then Typewire Studios, this American studio created the free fonts Kingsbury (2014), Mike (2014), Secret Stencil (2014), Braillefont (2014), Encrypted (2014), Spacecraft (2014), Retro Serif (2014), Something Blue (2014), Lakeside (2014), Amelia Pond (2014), Kindergarten (2014), Superpowers (2014), Homeboys (2014), Dispensations (2014), Neutron (2014, sans), Chrome (2014), Mandarin (2014), Battlecry (2014, stencil), Spacebar (2014), Starlight (2014), Square Deal (2014), Timeline (2014), Simpetico (2014), Guardians (2014, octagonal), Pixel Rocks (2014), Snakeway (2014), The Spaceman (2014), Paint Brush (2014), Series Slab (2014), Simple Life (2014), Warehouse (2014), Flappy Birdy (2014), Brushmark (2014), Hammers and Strings (2014), I Do Not Trust You (2014), My Dad Drives Me Crazy (2014), Scriptfont (2014), Widehand (2014), Bastille (2014), Destruction (2014), Remember (2014), Handlebars (2014), Marksman (2014), Animated (2014), Chubby Gothic (2014), Highlight (2014), Lighthead (2014), Random Type (2014), Readable (2014), Archibald (2014), Stenciles (2014), Andersans (2014), Gondola (2014, monoline geometric sans), Sundance Neue (2014), Jangotype (2014), Limousine (2014), Crayon Kids (2014), Packing Tape (2014), Cartoon Adventures (2014), Telescope (2014), Little Shrimp (2014), Destiny (2014, FontStruct), Al Dente (2014), Copper Four (2014, piano key font), Digit LCD (2014), Dimension (2014: horizontally striped), Highway Block Sans (2014), Integration (2014), Overload (2014: LED font), Scoreboard LED (2014), The Distance LCD (2014), Ace Gaffigan (2014), Grean (2014), The Distance (2014, FontStruct), Reason to Believe (2014), Quincy Egbert (2014), Oklahoma (2014), Anonymous (2014), Amaretto (2014), Espionage (2014: horizontally striped), Waffleboy (2014), Angular (2014), Equalizer (2014), Spangled (2014), Freewind (2014), Ancient Grease (2014), Black Pine Trees (2014), Etra Preview (2014), Fun Fragment (2014), Multilingual hand (2014), Red Velvet (2014), The Fragile Wind (2014), Lightweight Serif (2014), Instant Access (2014), Black Pixel (2014), Rapid Mental Thursday (2014), Blue Chucks (2014), Hand Power (2014), Royalty Waffles (2014), Anger Management (2014), Pocket (2014), Effective (2014), Florida (2014), Pencil Sharp (2014), Silence Will Fall (2014, a prison say counter font), Chuck (2014), Caged (2014), Diamond (2014), Uncle Salsa (2014), Zebru (2014), Sun (2014), Stafona (2014), Questions (2014), Fancy (2014), Sunwave (2014), Doodle Digit (2014), Einstein Grand (2014), Lollipop (2014), Lemon Rose (2014), Gentleman (2014), Jukebox (2014), Fuzzy (2014), Monster Taxi (2014), Popsicle (2014), Ripleys (2014), Fragment (2014), Crashy (2014), Ravioli (2014), Little Picnic (2014), Strobelight (2014), Cool (2014), Cheddar (2014, hand-printed) and Comic Fade (2014, a dot matrix font done at FontStruct), Schnoodle (2014), Ice Cubed (2014, pixel face), GF Albert (2014), Garfield (2014), Black Friday (2014), National Industry (2014), Warlox (2014), Moneto (2014), Troublemaers (2014), Sundrop (2014), Magnitude (2014), Break The Chain (2014), Black Fire (2014), Ralph (2014), Hexoto (2014), Flubber (2014), Crazy Smile (2014), Angel (2014), Cheapskate (2014), Flatboard (2014), Stitcher (2014), Black Shadow (20143, a dripping blood font), Probably Yes (2014), True Love (2014), Charlie (2014), George (2014), Alpine Script (2014), Aztec Kingdom (2014), Megafont (2014), LCD Expanded (2014), Generation (2014), Arcadia (2014), Cosmo (2014), Jokerface (2014), Deco Future (2014: a blackboard bold typeface, +Inline). Many of the typefaces were made with FontStruct.

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Gestalten

German foundry, part of Gestalten Designstudio and Die Gestalten Verlag (dgv) in Berlin, a company self-described as follows In 1990, industrial design students Markus Hollmann-Loges, Andreas Peyerl and Robert Klanten began to curate and organise prototype design shows commissioned by the worlds biggest consumer fair in Frankfurt in between attending their lectures and writing their dissertations. Very much aware of the limitations of their field of study, they soon moved to Berlin, where they quickly met key people involved in the local Techno and cultural scenes. With the advent of desktop publishing, they formed a loosely organized graphic design agency called Die Gestalten and started designing flyers and posters for clients such as the groundbreaking club Tresor and the annual Loveparade. Its typefaces, by designer:

  • Bowling Club: Victor.
  • Boris Dworschak: Basic, Exakt (stencil), Ikiru Sans (organic).
  • Stefan Gandl: DS Yakuti (experimental).
  • Alexander Puell: dtype (fuzzy typewriter), Online Gothic.
  • Frank Rocholl: Nuri (sans family).
  • Alexander Wise: Mini (hip display sans), Hiploe, Winter (modernistic two-line display face).
  • Marc Schilkowski: Traffic Wide.
  • Soffi Beier: Pemba (connected 50s script), Engel (sans family).
  • Fulguro: Adhesive (octagonal script).
  • Pau Misser: Agrafia (LED simulation), Bustia (futuristic), Escacs, Fastig, Hodierna, Natja, Oliosa, trifasic (futuristic), Quelcome.
  • Clarissa Tossin: Arvore (experimental).
  • Nik Thönen: Regular Cargo (stencil;; the Bold version is free), Blender (sans), Regular (sans).
  • André Nossek: Sassy (2006).
  • Martin Aleith: Boxen, Haudegen (octagonal style), Halunken (rpounded octagonal), Feixen, Braten Fat, Logasmen.
  • Michael Luther: Forza (was: Pilot).
  • Alexander Meyer: Lacrima (typewriter face).
  • Donald Beekman: Beatbox, Breeze.
  • Mika Mischler: Brother (stencil), T-Star Mono Round (monospace).
  • Birte Ludwig: Yogasaan (Indic simulation).
  • Pact: BR Jaeger (gothic).
  • Dimitri Lavrow: Hard Case Striped, Hannover Milennial (sans).
  • Erik Worsoe Eriksen: Friends (sans), Kit Fat.
  • Critzla: Flomaster (with JayOne), Starlet (fifties script), Franz Jaeger (ultra fat).
  • Jutojo: Inbetween (experimental).
  • Alexander Tibus: Wirefox (experimental).
  • Timo Gässner: 123 Naiv (2006).
  • Mutabor: Lingua Digitalis Icon Set (2012).

Free fonts include Regular Cargo Bold by Nik Thoenen, RussianBread, DrEye and Doener Kebap Strong by Lund Sundson, as well as HardCase-Striped by Dimitri Lavrow. New releases. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gianni Marcolongo
[TrueBlue]

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Giedi Prime Fonts (was: Reflex Point Fonts)
[Jim Sorenson]

Science fiction and fantasy fonts. There are archived fonts, as well as Jim Sorenson's own creations: Know Future, based on the Zik Zak corporate Logo (Max Headroom), Zentraedi and Tiresian, Gargish Runes and Ophidian Runes, Rylodian from The Last Starfighter, and fonts based on the writing in ID4 and Predator. There is also a font based on the numerals of the AVIAN/MYRMICAT races from Rama. Finally, look for Ancient Autobot, from Transformers, and two Decepticon fonts. Also has a small font archive. A Babylon 5 subpage, and a StarTrek subpage, with 1.1MB mass download option. Fontspace link. [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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Gino Manicone

Graphic and webb designer in Priverno, Italy. Creator of the monospaced sci-fi typeface HAL 9000 (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Giselle Segura Gelink

Dutch graphic designer in Den Haag. Behance link. She created the gridded texture typeface T2001 A Space Odyssey Font (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Glenn Parsons
[Astrolux]

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Goatmeal

Creator at FontStruct in 2009 of mostly pixel font families such as IMSureItSBeenDoneBefore (in many styles). He also made Material Electrons, as well as The Video Game Arcade Font, CASIOpeia ((+Menus), based on the CASIO fx-7700G Power Graphic Scientific Calculator) and Data Entry (inspired by TechnoDisplayCapsSSK, (C) 1992 Southern Software, Inc. [and 4 glyphs from the MICR font E-13B]). Other fonts: Futuristic Terminal Display (2009, great!), Mag Not Mad Solid (2009, pixel face), Mag Not Max (2009, horizontally striped pixel face), Son of Zaxxon (2009, horizontally striped, +Solid; both based on the 1984 Sega game Future Spy), Goin'Commando (2009, based on a 1985 Capcom game called Commando), Zenny Coins (2009, based on a 1987 Capcom game called Black Tiger), Smoking Gun (2009, based on the game Gun.Smoke (1985, Capcom; used again for 1943: Battle Of Midway, 1987, Capcom)), Bentley Bear (2009, based on 1983 Atari game called Crystal Castles), Temporal Aviator 84 (based on the 1984 Konami game Time Pilot 84), Reindeer Flotilla, Jet Bradley (inspired by the video game logo for "TRON 2.0", 2003 Buena Vista Interactive / Monolith Productions), Alan One (Font from TRON, 1982 Bally Midway Mfg Co), Buzzard Bait (font from Joust, 1982 Williams Electronics Inc., and its sequel, Joust 2: Survival of the Fittest, 1986 Williams Electronics Games, Inc), Genetic Engineering Error (from Robotron: 2084, (C) 1982 Williams Electronics Inc., and its sequel, Blaster, (C) 1983 Williams Electronics Inc), Mutant Bender (from Defender, (C) 1980 Williams Electronics Inc), Stargate Immortals (from Stargate, (C) 1981 Williams Electronics Inc), Separate Ways (from Journey, (C) 1983 Bally Midway Mfg), Deadly Disks (from Discs Of TRON, (C) 1983 Bally Midway Mfg Co), Jerry Belvedere (from Satan's Hollow, (C) 1981 Bally Midway Mfg Co, and from Satan's Hollow, (C) 1981 Bally Midway Mfg Co), Tortuga (from 600, (C) Konami 1981; Turtles, (C) 1981 Stern Electroncs/Konami; and Turpin, (C) 1981 Sega/Konami), OCRA Pixel 15x10, Intelligent Television Dings (Right, Left), Hand Aviator (Palm pilot font family), Intelligent Television (based on typeface used in Intellivision games by Mattel Electronics, and the True Type Font "Intellect"), DMP-200RS (based on the output of the Radio Shack DMP-200 printer), Bubbles (based on Bubbles, (C) 1982 Williams Electronics Inc), Mukor Rules All Galaxies (from Blasteroids, (C) 1987 Atari Games), Futuristic Terminal Display, Winky and the Hallmonsters (from Venture, (C) 1981 Exidy), Bubble City (from Road Blasters, (C) 1987 Atari Games), Mag Not Mad (from Mag Max, (C) 1985 Nichibutsu / Nihonbussan Co., Ltd), The Bacterian Empire (from Thunder Cross, (C) 1988 Konami, and its sequel, Thunder Cross II, (C) 1991 Konami), Solvalou Combat Aircraft (from Xevious, (C) 1982 Namco Ltd / Atari, and its sequel, Super Xevious, (C) 1984 Namco), Red Falcon Organization (from Super Contra, (C) 1988 Konami), Lucas Readies The Lawyers (from Star Fire, (C) 1979 Exidy), Cheese Was The Bait (from Mousetrap, (C) 1981 Exidy), Thunder and Lightning (from Raiden, (C) 1990 Seibu Kaihatsu Inc), Pepper The Zippering Angel (from Pepper II, (C) 1982 Exidy Incorporated), Beware I Live (from Sinistar, (C) 1982 Williams Electronics Inc), Goin Commando (from Commando, (C) 1985 Capcom), The Monkey Biz Gang (from Kangaroo, (C) 1982 Sun Electronics Corp. / Atari), Vic Viper (from Gradius / Nemesis, (C) 1985 Konami), Diskarmor Attack (from Rygar, (C) 1986 Tecmo), Benkin The Jogging Elf (from Mystic Marathon, (C) 1984 Williams Electronics Inc), Qix Are For Kids (from Qix, (C) 1981 Taito America Corporation), Omni Consumer Products (from ROBOCOP, (C) 1987 Data East Corporation), Mister Not Undo (from the Mr. Do series, Lady Bug and Jumping Jack: Lady Bug, (C) 1981 Universal; Mr. Do, (C) 1982 Universal; Mr. Do's Castle, (C) 1983 Universal; Mr. Do's Wild Ride, (C) 1984 Universal; and Jumping Jack, (C) 1984 Universal), Micro Police Pgo Stick Division (from Hopping Mappy, (C) 1983, 1986 Namco), Great Demon World Village (from Ghouls 'N Ghosts, (C) 1988 Capcom), Demon World Village (from Ghosts 'N Goblins, (C) 1985 Capcom), Secret Agent Dabney Coleman (from Cloak&Dagger, (C) 1983 Atari), Getting Away With It (from Electronic's 1991 self-titled album; a variation of Wim Crouwel's "Stedelijk" alphabet, used on his 1966 Vomgevers poster for the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam), Galden Tribe Attacks Mu (from Last Duel, (C) 1988 Capcom), Superior Scientists (from Vastar, (C) 1983 Sesame Japan Corp), Keeper of the Zoo (from Zookeeper, (C) 1982 Taito America Corp), Taito 1982 (Font used in the following Taito games: Elevator Action, (C) 1982 Taito Corp; Front Line, (C) 1982 Taito Corp; Jungle Hunt, (C) Taito America Corp / Jungle King, (C)1982 Taito Corp; and Wild Western, (C) 1982 Taito Corporation), Howard Fine&Howard (from The Three Stooges, (C) 1984 Mylstar Electronics), TwinBee And WinBee (from TwinBee, (C) 1985 Konami), Quest For Honor (from Last Mission, (C) 1986 Data East USA, Inc), Street Justice (from Vigilante, (C) 1988 Irem Corp), Colwyn's Glaive (from Krull, (C) 1983 D. Gottlieb And Co.), Command Prompt (a family based on Microsoft system fonts), Temporal Aviator 84 (from Time Pilot '84, (C) 1984 Konami; used again for Contra, (C) 1987 Konami), Helicopter and Jeep (from Silkworm, (C) 1988 Tecmo Ltd), A Different Space Odyssey (from Space Odyssey, (C) 1981 Sega Enterprises Ltd), Cosmic Cruiser (from Kozmik Krooz'r, (C) 1982 Bally Midway Mfg Co), Kaptn Kroozr Goes Wacko (from Wacko, (C) 1982/1983 Bally Midway Mfg Co), Rescuing Astronauts (from S.R.D. Mission, (C) 1986 Taito Corp), Super Joe (from The Speed Rumbler, (C) 1986 Capcom), Alex Murphy (inspired by the RoboCop movie logos), Blazer of Trails (Chevy logo font), Second Vanguard (2010, from Vanguard II, 18=984 SNK Electronics; +Sold). Arthur Decorates (2010) is a kitchen tile/stencil face. Shinobi Child (2010) is based on a type in Nova 2001, (C) 1983 UPL Company Limited / Universal USA Inc; used again for Rad Action, (C) 1987 UPL Company Limited and Ninja Kid II (C) 1987 UPL Company Limited. Dingbats from Rad Action / Ninja Kid II. Smokey and the Dukes (2010) is based on Stocker, (C) 1984 Bally Sente; used again for Rescue Raider, (C) 1987 Bally Sente. Space Patroller Final Star (2010) isbased upon from Star Force, (C) 1984 Tehkan Ltd (Tecmo) and Mega Force, (C) 1984 Tehkan Ltd (Tecmo) / Video Ware. Common People (2010) is based on Vulgus, (C) 1984 Capcom. Bongo Defense Method (2010) is based on a game from Stinger, (C) 1983 Seibu Denshi. Common People (2010) is based on the game Vulgus, (C) 1984 Capcom. Data Man (2010) is inspired by the "M" and horizontal "V" behind Yori in the 1982 movie "TRON" (0:58:08-0:58:54); shares similarities to Ray Larabie's "Para Aminobenzoic" font with just a hint of "Otto Mason SH".

Creations in 2011: Generic Video Game Font 01 and 02, Take A Walk Man (based on the original logo for the Sony Walkman Cassette Tape Players from the 1980s), 21st Century Dot Matrix, Diamond Plate (texture face), Extrude (an experimental 3-D/geometric font, inspired by Mynameiscapo's "Metal Hammer [beta]"), Backtrude, OneQuarterTrude, OneQuarterTrude Inverse, MidTrude, ThreeQuarterTrude, ThreeQuarterTrude Inverse, InTrude, FrontTrude, Diamond Plate, Qbet, Fun With Curves.

Creations in 2012: Titanium Mines (an octagonal typeface based on the logo of Outland, 1981).

Creations from 2014: Medieval Pixel (for use in the graphic adventure game "Quest For Infamy" by Infamous Quests), New Dot City, Getting Away With It 2 (a variation of Wim Crouwel's "Stedelijk" alphabet, used on his 1966 Vormgevers poster for the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Grace Walker

During her studies at Algonquin College in Ottawa, Ontario, Grace Walker created the techno display typeface Gracio (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Graphic Monkee
[Nathan Brown]

Nathan Brown (Graphic Monkee, Austin, TX) designed the hand-printed typeface families Donovan (2014: sci-fi sans), Corridor (2014: a thin hand-printed serif emulation typeface), Fortune (2014), Union Heavy, Handie Serif, Handie Sans Serif and Handie Icons in 2014. Haunted (2014) is a spooky typeface. Stone Lodge (2014) is a great shadow poster font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Graviton
[Pablo Balcells]

Graviton is a small type foundry based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was founded by Argentinian type designer Pablo Balcells in 2013.

Balcells created these typefaces in 2012: Engranajes (bike gears), Eslava Inline, Eslava Double Line, Eslava Stencil, Eslava Solid, Eslava Outline, Solida (10-style sci-fi blocky sci-fi typeface), Pixelar, Armadura (a monoline octagonal typeface with a stencil style), Oboe (an ultra-fat blocky typeface), Cuantica (sci-fi) and Led.

In 2013, he published Gubia (a condensed elliptical techno sans), Mensura (a gaspipe sans), Mensura Slab, Mensura Titling (all caps titling typeface family that includes outlined and stencil styles), Mensura Slab Titling, Herradura (an 8-style wide wood type slab serif), and LED.

Typefaces from 2014: Tecnica Stencil, Tecnica Slab Stencil, Aguda (modular geometric sans), Aguda Stencil, Cintra (gaspipe sans, +Stencil, +Inline, +Outline), Cintra Slab, Tecnica, Tecnica Slab.

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Grayfire Fonts
[John Litwinowicz]

John Litwinowicz (Grayfire Fonts, Royal Oak, MI) designed the futuristic faces Blades GF Free (2006), Voya Gui GF (2006), Fireye GF (2006), Fireye GF3 (2007) and Sharps GF (2006). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gregor Adams

German designer (b. 1981) of the techno font PBIO (2014). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Greyletter
[Neil Patel]

Greyletter is Neil Patel's type foundry in Portland, Maine, est. 2009. Neil Patel is a semiconductor process engineer who was introduced to type design by his wife, a graphic designer. His typefaces:

  • Pinion Display (2010). A Victorian display face.
  • Dynatherm (2013). A custom sci-fi stencil font for Cartoon Network's Toonami programming block.
  • Rieux (2013). Neil writes: Named after the steadfast doctor from Albert Camus' The Plague, Rieux is an even-tempered slab-serif that is confident without being cocky and approachable without being casual. The aesthetic of Rieux is inspired by the industrial age. While the design is not directly derived from typefaces of that era, the shapes of letter-forms are informed by images of over-sized steel machines and the monolithic brick buildings that housed them.
  • Grafton Titling (2014). A classical lapidary titling typeface.
  • Custom fonts: Inside Voice (2014, for IDEXX Laboratories), Hugo's (2014: a logotype for Hugo's in Portland).
  • Texttile (2014). A system of heavy sans titing faces for chromatic overlays and simulating textile textures.

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Guilherme Pella

Industrial designer in Espirito Santo and/or Vitoria, Brazil. Designer of the outlined sci-fi typeface Spacelistic (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Guno Alfikri

Creator of the free Startek style typeface Angled (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Gustav Ekelund

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

Gustavo Paz

Creator of the free airforce / techno font Airborne (2012, OFL) and the free techno typeface Nasdaqer (2013, OFL), which was inspired by the NASDAQ logo.

In 2014, Gustavo published Robotech, New Academy (gas pipe caps face), Anita SemiSquare Normal (OFL).

Devian Tart link. Aka Terran 21 and Panta Rei. Dafont link. Devian Tart link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

H. Emin Gokceoglu

Graphic designer based in Mersin, Turkey. His first typeface is Ergono (2013, techno). Other typefaces include Nicomedia (2013, techno), Capsture (2013, sci-fi font) and Olgassys.

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Hector Vazquez

Goodyear, AZ-based designer of the free trekkie font Veloped Logotype (2011), the spurred rounded Suppli Logotype (2014), the spurred typeface Rafael (2014), and the signage / athletic lettering typeface Orlando (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Heiko Hoos
[HGO]

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Henning Brehm
[Design Tourist]

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Henrik Johansson

Stockholm, Sweden-based designer of the free sci-fi typeface family Smash Hit (2013). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Henry Peterson

Las Vegas-based type designer who created the sci-fi typeface Apogee 013 (2012). His foundry is called zero 13.

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Heriberto Noguera
[Lagalga]

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HGO
[Heiko Hoos]

Heiko Hoos (b. Neustadt, 1974), who founded HGO in Karlsruhe, Germany, in 2009, is a graphic and type designer.

He created Lyps (2009, organic family), Bath (2001, kitchen tile pixel family at Fontomas), Charifa Serif (2002, a beautiful Egyptian family published by T-26) and Charifa Sans (2006).

At Union Fonts, he designed Swingo, Barbapapa, Minuit, Rigolette, Normograt, Phucy (2003, big family), Ixtan, and 150% (pixel font). Since 2005, he is the co-owner of dworschak&hoos in Karlsruhe. At HGO, he published 150 (2009, 16-style pixel family), Charifa Sans (2006), Ixtan (2009), Labolg (2009, techno), New (2004, futuristic), Lyps (2009), New (2009) and Phucy (2009, organic techno).

Klingspor link.

View Heiko Hoos Roe's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Hidden Dreams (or: Irkentak)

Vensy (who runs Hidden Dreams) is the American designer of the artificial language font Vensy (2003), for Venesean. Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hiroyuki Watanabe
[fatdesign]

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Holitter Studios
[Aurelio J. Foerster Filho]

Aurelio J. Foerster Filho, aka Biffe Holitter (Holitter Studios), is the Brazilian designer (b. 1983) of these free fonts at Open Font Library, all dated 2008-2009: Biffe's-Calligraphy, GDS_Infinity, Holitter-Block, Holitter-Forge, Holitter-Gothic, Holitter-Lines, Holitter-Spike, Holitter_Tittanium, Pointened, SoulCalibuR, Soul of Holitter (+Alternative). He also made Xenogears (2009, futuristic face), Cabal (2011), Dragon Force (2013, tattoo font), Holitter Halfimp (2013, art deco), Holitter Titan (2013).

Alternate URL. Another URL. Fontspace link. Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. Possible second Dafont link. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hreggvidur Arsaelsson

Icelandic designer of the futuristic faces Complete (2006) and Keystone (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hybrid Space
[Kees Gajentaan]

Kees Gajentaan designed the freeware fonts Kiloton, ill oMen, Xenotron, Xenotron Broadstroke (trekky font), Xenotron RadioEdit, EctoBlaster, iLL oCtoBer (+ill October 98, dingbats for Halloween), the handwritten Coldbringer, Megalomaniax KG, Moonpebble KG, Y2k Subterran Express KG, AntiMatter KG (1999) and Bored Robots.

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Hylian

Two free fonts for the artificial language Hylian: Hylian and Hylian Rounded. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Hyperion Graphics
[Eisuke Furukawa]

Hyperion, a Japanese outfit, has commercial fonts, mostly made by Eisuke Furukawa: Cosmotron11, Gigantic, Inferno, Hellfire and Starlight9 are all pixel or futuristic fonts. Eisuke Furukawa also made Zodiacok (1999), Falcon and Believer, another pixel font. Other fonts, some of which used to be shareware: Biomechanic, Capsule-3, Controler-demo, DotfontEng, TECSCRIR, TECSCRIS, Hexaglamorous, Mirage/Illusion, Overloader, Es, DotFontKat, MirageJap, PhantomK, Stargate, Crossbreed, Future 3000, Reflex.

Font Pavilion site. At Shift Factory, we find FBI, Hyperion, Techno Script, Dreamer, Biomechanic 2.0, Controller-demo, Capsule 3, Falcon, Controller, and Galaxy.

Free fonts as of 2012: Ghost, Neutral10 (pixel font), Vector (arrow font), Believer12 (pixel font), Phantom, Overloader, ControllerDemo, Capsule, ES10 (pixel font), ES, Mirage.

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i2design (or: i2 fontography)
[Randy Humphries]

Free fonts (type 1 for Mac, TTF for PC) at i2design: Redtape, Mx1urban, Mx2urban, Urban, Simulated Evolution (grunge font), Born (letters confused: a hacker font), Friction, Filltor (squarish, futuristic), Pixies (pixel font), Bitter Pill (futuristic), Intergalactic, Autechre, Xlr8 (futuristic, 1999), Overlap serif, Overlap. The fonts are made by Randy Humphries in 1999-2000. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Iam Boris

Designer of the scratchy handwriting font Sickness (1999), and of Highguard and Highguard New (2002) based on the title art of Gene Roddenberry's syndicated television show Andromeda. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Iconian Fonts
[Dan M. Zadorozny]

Born in Philadelphia and a resident of Texas, Dan Zadorozny's creations at Iconian. He is a prolific type designer who specializes in techno and sci-fi typefaces. Dafont link. Fontsy link. Abstract Fonts link. Font Squirrel link. His fonts in alphabetical order:

  • #44 font (2002), 00Starmap (2001, pixel font), 1st Cav (2008), 2-Tech, 21 Gun Salute (2013), 2nd Amendment (2007, guns), 2nd Amendment 2050 (2009, more gun silhouettes), 2Toon, 300 Trojans (2008, comic book family), 4114 Blaster (2008, futuristic), 5th Agent (2008, techno), 7th Service (2002), 8th Element (2013), 911Porscha.
  • Achilles, Action-Men (2008), Action Women (2008, female outlines), Aegis (2010, Greek simulation family), Aetherfox (2013), AirCobra (2002), Aircruiser (2011, trekkie family), AirForce (planes and copters), Airstrike (2013), Airstrip One (2003), Aldo's Moon, Aldo's Nova, Alexis (2001), Alien League, Alpha Sentry, Alpha Taurus (2007, octagonal, athletic lettering), Amalgam, Americorps (2012), Anakefka (2009, ultra-fat family), Antikythera (2013, Greek simulation face), Antilles (2009, sans family), Argosy, Arilon (2008), Army Rangers (2013, octagonal), Astropolis (2009), Atlantia (2012, futuristic), Avenger (2008, futuristic).
  • Babes&Bond (2009, erotic silhouettes), Babe-alicious (2002, erotic outlines), Bad Robot (2007, computer game look), Bal-Astaral, Bamf (2011, techno family), Battlefield, Beam Rider, Beastian (2011), Ben Zion (2008, Hebrew simulation), Berserker (2008, grunge), Beta Biergärten (2008), Bio-disc, Bio-discSolid, Bio-discThin, Bionic Comic (2002), Bionic Type (2002), Birds of a Feather (2007, dingbats), Block, Blood Crow (2009), Bloodlust (2011, dripping blood face), Blue July (2009), Body Swipers (2014, Halloween font), Bog Beast (2013), Borgsquad (2014, mechanical/octagonal), Brin Athyn (2008, uncial/Celtric), Bronic (2004), Bubble Butt (2014, bubblegum typeface), Bummer (2007, octagonal), Bushido (2008, oriental simulation), Butch and Sundance (2013), Buttons the Bear (2008, children's hand), Byte Police.
  • Capella (2011, a wide techno family), CasperComics, Chardin Doihle (2008), a useful informal handprinting family), Charlemagne, Charlie's-Angles, Cheyenne Hand (2008), Christendom, Clubber Lang (2013, grungy), C.O.D.E.R. (2012), Colossus (2011, old chipped stone look), ComicBookCommando, ComicFX, Commonwealth, Concielian, Corinthian, Covert Ops (2012, army stencil), Coyote Deco (2007, art deco), Crappity-Crap-Crap (2007), Crime Syndicate (2013), Crixus (2011, a squarish sans that includes an athletic lettering style), Cro-Magnum (2003), CryUncial, Cyberia (like Soviet: neat Russian imitation letters), Cyrus The Virus (2012, grungy, hand-printed).
  • DS Man, Daedalus (2008), Daemonicus (2012), Dan Stargate (2008), Dan'sHand, Dark Alliance (2014), Dark Horse (nice brush font), Darkwind, Dassault (2013), Deathblood (2014, Halloween font), Delta Ray, Demon Priest (2013), Department-K, DepartmentH, Deranian (2008), Detonator, Devil Summoner (2014), DiegoCon (2004), Ding-o-saurs (2007), Direktor (2008, Cyrillic simulation techno), Dire Wolf (2013), Disco-Dork, Disco Deck (2005), Disco Duck, Dodger, Dotcom (2002), Drafting Board (2008), Drafting Table (2008), Dragon Order (oriental simulation), Drid Herder (2002), Droid-Lover (2008), Drosselmeyer (my favorite).
  • Eagleclaw (2009), Eaglemania, Earthrealm (2013), Earthshake (2013), Earth's Mightiest (2002), Eco-files, Eldebaran (2012), Elder Magic (2009), Election Day (2009), Emissary (2014, sci-fi), Empire Crown (2011, blackletter), Enduro, Ensign Flandry, Ephesian (2007), Erin Go Bragh (2009, Celtic/uncial), EscapeArtist, Eskindar (2013), Eternal Knight (2013), EverettSteele'sHand, Excelerate, Excelsior, Excelsior Comics, Exedore (2008), Exoplanet (2013, techno), Extechchop (2005).
  • Factor, Falconhead, Famous Spaceships (2007), FantasticCreatures, Fantazian (2003), Fantom (2009, bad handwriting), Federal Escort (2014), Federal Service (2011), Federapolis (2008, octagonal techno face), Fedyral, Fedyral-II, Feldercarb (2003, octagonal font), Ferret Face (2013), Fiddler's Cove (2012), Fight Kid (2009), First Order (2001), Flesh Eating Comic (2013, grunge), Flight Corps (2008, techno/pixelish), FlyingLetaherneck (2002), Force Majeure, Foucault (2014, uncial), Frank-n-Plank (2013, a wooden plank font), Freakfinder (2014: Halloween font), Free-Agent (2008), Freedom Fighter (2013, stencil), From Bond With Love (2014: military stencil), FunnyPages, Futurex Grunge (2005).
  • Galant, Galaxy-1 (2008), Galaxy Far Far Away (2009, futuristic dingbat font), Galaxy Force (2014), Galga (2008, futuristic), Gamma Sentry, Gemina (2011, sci-fi / techno family), Gemina2 (2013), Generation Nth, Gentleman Caller (2014), GeoBats (2007), Gearhead (2013, octagonal), GI Incognito (2012), Global Dynamics (2014), Goalie (2008, hockey mask alphading), Gods of War, Governor, Graymalkin (2011, trekky), Grease Gun (2012), Grendel's Mother, Grim Ghost (2013), Grimlord (2009), Guardian (2008), Guardian-Laser (2008), Guardian-Pro (2008), Guardian-Shadow (2008), Gunship, Gunship V2 (2002), Gypsy Killer (2013), Gyrfalcon.
  • Hadriatic (2008, roman lettering), Half Elven (2013), Halfshell Hero (2013), Hall of Heroes (2007), Halo, Han Solo (2013), Harrier (2002), Hawkmoon (2011), Hello Copters (2013: helicopter dingbats), Heorot (2009, stone age fonts), Heroes Assemble (2011), Heroes Assemble Dingbats (2014: all Avenger characters), Highrise Heaven (2007, city skyline dingbats), Hip Pocket (2014: psychedelic), Holy Empire, Homemade-Robot, Homeworld (2003), Homeworld Translator (2003), Horroween (2013, Halloween font), Hulkbusters, Hydro Squad (2014), Hypno Agent.
  • Iapetus (2014, sci-fi), Icebox Art (2012), IWantMyTTR!, Iconian (2002), Iconified, Illuminati, Imaginary Forces (2008, mythical dingbats), Imperial Code (2003, Startrek style face), Imperium, Incubus, Incubus-Italic (2008), Incubus-Shadow (2008), Infinity Formula (2003, super techno), Infobubble, Inhumanity (2014), I-House Edition (2014), Interceptor (2008), Interdiction (2012), International Super Hero (2002), Intrepid, Iron-Cobra (2008), Iron Forge (2012).
  • Jack's Candlestick (2013), Jackson, Jannisaries, Jedi Special Forces (2012), Jerusalem (1999, Hebrew font simulation)[see also here], Jetta, JettaTech, Jetway (2012, a stencil face), Johnny Torch (2012), Judge, Judge Hard, Justice (2009), Jumptroops (2003), Justinian.
  • Kahless, KameraDings (2009), KarateChop (2009), Kartoons (2008), Katana, Kennebunkport (2013, script), Keystone (pixel font), Khazad-Dum (2011), Kid Cobalt (2008, comic book face), Kinex, King Commando (2011), King's Ransom, KnightsTemplar, Knock Furious (2003, dingbats), Kobold (2008, futuristic), Kondor (2013), Kountry Kodes (2008, international license plate lettering), Kovacs-Spot, Kovacs, Kreeture (2002), Kubrick (2008).
  • Lamprey (2012, techno family), LandShark (2001), LandWhale (2001), Laredo Trail (2013, a Western face), Laserian, Law and Order (2005, dingbats), League Wars (2013, sci-fi stencil), Leatherface (2013), LegalTender, Legion, Lethal (2014), Liberty Island (2013, sci-fi), Lightsider (2011, Star Trekkish family), Lincoln Lode, Lionel (2009), Low Gun Screen (2008, a totally square screen type family), Lincoln Chain, Lionheart, Lobo-Tommy (2008), Lord of the Sith, Loveladies, Low Gun Screen (2008, screen face).
  • Machiavelli, Mad Marker, Magic Beans (2007), Marathon-II, Marathon, Marsh Thing (2014, Halloween font), Masked Marvel (2002), Masterdom (2004), Metal Storm 3D (2008), Metronauts (2013), Metroplex, MetroplexLaser, MetroplexShadow, Michaelmas, Micronian (2009, pixelish headline family), Milk Bar (2003), Micronian (2008, extensive pixel-based family), Military-RPG (2008), Missile Man (2002, futuristic), Miss Amanda Jones (2004, brush style), Mobile Infantry, Modi Thorson (2013, techno), Monsterama (2011, scary face), Moon Dart (2008), Morse Kode, MorseNK, Movie Gallery (2008, dingbats), Mrs. Monster (2013, Halloween brush font), Mystic Singler (2008, rough brush face).
  • Nathan Brazil (2013, art deco), National Express (2003), Native Alien, Nemesis Enforcer (2013), Neo-Geo (like the letters on the Neon cars), Neuralnomicon, Nextwave (2014), Nick Turbo (2001), NifeFite, NifeFiter, NifeFites, Nightchilde (2013), Nightrunner (2008, sci-fi), Nightwraith (2011, techno family), Ninjas (2002), Nobody's Home (2014: poster font), NoloContendre, Northstar (2014), Nostromo, Nuevo Passion (2013), Nyet (2002, Soviet letter simulation).
  • Oberon, Oberon-Deux, Obsidiscs (2003, dingbats), Oceanic Drift (2013), October Guard (2013, Cyrillic simulation face), Odinson (2007, runes), Olympicons (2003), Omega 3 (2010, futuristic), Omega Force (2013, octagonal / mechanical), Omega Sentry, OmniGirl (2003, techno), Opilio (2012), Opus Magnus (2013, metal band font), Oramac (2004), Ore Crusher (2013), Outlands-Truetype (2001), Outrider (2013), Overstreet Bible (2014, hand-printed), Ozda (2011, a fat techno family with several horizontally striped styles), Ozymandias.
  • Psyonic VII (2012), Pandemonious Puffery (2002), Parker's Hand (2002, handwriting), Perdition, Peregrine, Phaser Bank (2008, techno), Philadelphia, Philly Dings (2003), Piper Pie (2007), Pistoleer (2011), Planet N, Planet S, Planet X, Player 1 Up (2012: architectural family), Police Cruiser (2013), Postmaster, Power Lord (2011), Presley-Press (2007), Press Darling (2012), Procyon, Prokofiev (2009, rounded and squarish), Promethean (2008), Protoplasm, Prowler (2013), Pseudo Saudi (1999, Arabic simulation), Psycho Butcher (2014, ransom note font), PuffAngel, Pulse Rifle (2009), Pyrabet.
  • QTs (2013: erotic silhouettes), Quake-&-Shake, Quantum of Malice (2013), Quark Storm (2013), Quartermain (2002), Quasitron (2009, futuristic), Quatl (2002, an Inca font), Queen&Country (2009), Quest Knight (2009), Questlok, Quicken (2013, horizontal stencil), Quickening (2014), QuickGear, Quickmark (2004), QuickQuick, QuickStrike, QuickTech.
  • RCMP, RadZad, Radio-Space, Raise Your Flag (2013), Realpolitik, Rebecca, Rebel Command (2012, Star Trek family), Redcoat (2008, blackletter), Red Rocket (2011, techno), Regulators, Renegado (2014), Replicant, Repulsor (2013, pixelish), Rhalina (2011, a nice upright script), Righteous Kill (2009), Robotaur (2008), Rocket Junk, Rocket Type (2002), Rogue-Hero, Roid Rage (2003), Ro'Ki'Kier (2008), Rosicrucian (2009, stone age font), Rubber Boy (2013, poster font family).
  • Sable Lion (2002), Sagan (2008, futuristic), Scarab, ScarabScript, Sci-Fi (2008), SDF (2013), Sea-Dog, Searider-Falcon (2008), Secret Files (2011), Sever, Shining Herald (2013), Singapore Sling (2014), SisterEurope, Skirmisher (2014), Skyhawk (2014), Snubfighter (2009, sci-fi), Soldier (2011), Sound FX (2003), Soviet, Space Cruiser, Space Junker, Space Ranger (2013), SPQR (2008, grunge roman), Spy Agency (2012), Spy Lord (2001), Starduster (2011), Star Eagle (2014), Starfighter, Star Navy (2009: dingbats), Stranger Danger (2014: grunge), Strikelord (2011, trekkie family), Stuntman, Subadai Baan (2013), Super Soldier (2014, silhouettes), SuperUltra911, Superago (2002).
  • Talkies (2008, dingbats), Tarrget (2013, based on the Tekken "Tag Tournament" logo), Taskforce (2008), Tauro (2012), Team America (2014), Tele-Marines, Terra Firma, Terran, Texas, Texas2, TheRifleman, The Shire (2009), The Shooter (2012: gun dingbats), Texas Ranger (2014: Western font), Thundergod, Thundergod II (2013), Thunder-Hawk (2011, an aviation techno face), Tigershark (2013), Timberwolf (2011), Time Warriors (2007), Tool (2012, dingbats of tools), Toon Town Industrial (2005, comic book font), Tower Ruins (2014: stencil), Tracer, Trajia (2008, a techno/stencil/athletic lettering family), Traveler (2008), Travelicons (2009), Travesty (2003, scrawly handwriting), Trek Trooper (2008, Startrek font), Trigger Man (2013, octagonal and mechanical), Trireme (2011, Star trek family), Tristram (2008, uncial), Troopers (2011, futuristic), Trueheart (2009, Celtic), Tussle (2002), Typeecanoe (hand-printed), Typhoon (2013).
  • Uberholme, Uberholme Lazar (2001), UFO Hunter (2009), Ultra 911, Ultramarines (2013), Underground Rose (2014, connect-the-dots), Unisol, United Palanets (2014), UniversalJack, Uno Estado (2009, constructivist), U.S.A., USArmy, US Army II (2013), US Marshal (2012), US Navy (2007), U.S.S. Dallas (2008), Usuzi.
  • Valerius (2009, uncial), Valkyrie (2008), Valley Forge (2008), Vampire Games (2001), VariShapes (2001), Vicious Hunger (2014, grunge), VideoStar, Vigilante Notes (2003), Vilmos Magyar, Vindicator (2012, techno), voxBOX, Voortrekker Pro (2009: octagonal and athletic lettering family), Vorpal (2012: sci-fi stencil face), Vorvolaka (2013), Voyage Fantastique (2013), VX Rocket (2014, fat octagonal face), Vyper (2008, futuristic stencil).
  • War Eagle (2009), warlock's Ale (2014), War Machine, War Priest (2012), Warrior Nation (2011), Wars of Asgard (2009), Watchtower (2012), Weaponeer (2008, military lettering), Were-Beast (2008), Wet Works (2013, grungy stencil), Whatafont, Ensign Flandry (2003), Whiskey Bravo (2003), Wildcard (2011, Star trek family), Wimp Out (2004), Wolf's Bane (+II, +Super-Extended, 2013), Woodgod (2013), Worldnet (great wordly O), Write Off, Writer's-Block, WyldStallyns.
  • Xaphan (2003), XCryption (1999, a hacker face), X-Fighters (2014), XPED, Xcelsion (2002), Xenophobia, Xephyr, Xeppelin (2005, zeppelin dingbats), X-Grid (2008), Xiphos (2007), Xmas Xpress (2013), Xoxoxa, X-Racer (2012).
  • Yahren, Yama Moto (2009: oriental simulation), Yankee Clipper (2011), Yay USA (2013), Year 2000, Year3000 (2001), Yellow Jacket (2002), Yiroglyphics (2004), Yorstat (oriental simulation), Younger Brothers (2014), Young Frankenstein (2013), Youngtechs (2008, futuristic), Yukon Tech.
  • Za's Vid (2001, pixel font), Zado (2002, dot-matrix font), Zakenstein (2011, caps only grunge), Zamboni Joe (2002, hand-printed)), Zealot (2008), Zee Lance, Zen Masters (2002, pixelish), Zeta Sentry (2009, techno/futuristic), Zollern (2013), Zombie Control (2013: a bloody paint drip face), Zone Rider, Zoologic (2009, animal dingbats), Zyborgs, Zymbols.
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Identikal Foundry
[Nick and Adam Hayes]

Identikal is a UK foundry run by identical twins Nick and Adam Hayes. Fonts made in 2000, sold through Atomic Type and/or [T26]: 21stA, 21stB, 21stComplete (2007, a rounded sans family), 22ndClosed, 22nd Open, 45degrees, ACTStern (2001), Angol (octagonal), Attac, B4, Breeze, Bully, Canal Extra, Chord, Click (2003), Corisande (2003), Positec (2003, techno), Curvature, Dieppe (2002, techno family in six weights), DigiGraf (2002), Distilla (2009, sans, HypeForType), Formatt, Kanal, Kneeon, Curvature (futuristic, 2002), Rebirth (futuristic, 2002), Masta, Metron, Monark (2003), Camo Sans (2003, T-26, an octagonal stencil font), Multimedia Blitz, Panic, Phat, Phlex (dot matrix font), Phuture, Plotta, Podium, Rally, Rayzor, Reaction, Rebirth, Revalo Classic (2003; regular weight is free), Revalo Modern (2003), Robustik (2003), Sampler, Seize, Sharp, Skak (2003, octaogonal font), Stalk, Trak, Tremble, UNDA Series 1, 21st, UNDA Series 2, Wages (2002, dot matrix font), Wired, Zero (2000, Nick Hays, an octagonal font), Angol (2003, an octagonal font), Skrean (a stitching font, T-26), 22nd Closed and 22nd Open (2006, T-26, stencils), Loxley Serif (2006), Emporio (2006), Alwyn (2006), Direkt (T26, 2006), Baksheesh (2006, simple sans), Loxley Sans (2006, T-26), Loxley Mix (2006, T-26), Kowboy (2006, T-26: futuristic), Kelt (2006, 6 weights, T-26), Neutraliser Sans, Caps and Serif (2006, 24 weights in all, T26), Ramblok (2006, T26), Identikal Sans (2006, T26, 8 weights), BQE (2011, piano key family, T-26). Some pixel font families, and many futuristic designs.

Fontworks site. Catalog. Klingspor link for Adam Hayes. Klingspor link for Nick Hayes.

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Idyla

Creator of Alteran (2011, FontStruct), which is based on the squarish letters of the Ancients/Alterans from Stargate. [Google] [More]  ⦿

IkE Blaster&Razer

Creator of WarCraft (2007). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ili Keitall

Ili Keitall (Buchardo, Argentina) created the techno font Technozis Script (2013), the sans display typefaces Grappact (2013), and Condens Hard (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

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Frenchman (b. 1957) who started making fonts in 2010, after a career in illustration, comics, and video games. In 2010, he created the free fonts BabyJo (pixel face), Bayday, Chrom (beveled face), LaPresse (grunge), Muffaroo, Poppy, Poppydot, Spacecard, Strokewith, Strokeless, ToonLand (comic book lettering), ToonLandBlack, ToonLandShad, TrashToys (grunge), WorldColors (3d face).

In 2011, he published Francobelge (comic book face), Freepress (grunge), Gamix (Western titling face), Inmyroom (dingbats), Majestrick (calligraphic), Onomatopaf (comic book dings), Outerzone, OuterzoneB, Starz (dingbats), Stenstreet (grunge), Tram, Tramix (texture face), TrashToys02, War-Lettersn, Mixagex, Massive Dynamite (grunge), Not Well (grunge), Actu, Blck, Gling (texture face), HeRioz (silhouettes), Brightoon (cartoonish brush face), Muzo (ink spill face), Sharpy, Space Shop (dingbats), Pulp Dance (hand-printed), Essef (art deco), Retro Sign (grunge), Labo (grunge), Exhausted, Komikoz, Puzzled, Toonimals (dings), Penstriped (sketch face), Cashier (grungy), Dan Hand, Hardwell (grungy caps), Colleged (athletic lettering), Goodjean (jeans texture face), Seaside Things (dingbats), Real Tek (techno), Zou (3d hand-printed caps), Painter, Border Line (grunge), Handout (grunge), Tract (grunge), Pulpatone (grunge), Logos I Love, Pal Antic (chancery hand), Twent (fat rounded display face), DoodFlow (dingbats), Afro Add (texture face), Crump (grunge), Big White, Dark Room (grunge), Manifesto (grunge), Tacketil (a FontStruct font), Otto Land (sketch face), Over (outline face), Under (brush dings), Baskertown (grunge), Nursery Tale, Panic (texture face), BlackNDot (ink spill face), Beyond (striped display face), Advert, Car Crash (grunge), Heartz, Starsteel, Smart Faces, Blackflag (a brushed blackletter), Dock 51 (grungy stencil), Lead (3d face).

In November 2011, he created a number of texture faces: Hotöcop, Pal Mod, Speedy (sketch face), Thirties Gold, Sunset GP.

Further 2011 faces: Poptivi, Shadow Mole, Super Modern Black.

Faces from 2012: Remanence, Winter Days (dingbats), Nowharehouse (grunge), Snuff (grunge), Cup of Tea (3d shadow face), Talk of the wall.

Typefaces from 2012: Egirlz (dingbats), Art Post (white on black poster lettering), Volutes (copperplate calligraphic script), From me 2 you (curly script), PS I Love You, Kolossal (caps only), Kraash, Alexandre (3d engraved headline face), Monstres de poche (dingbats), Alternate (grunge), Warning, Dreams (brush face), Headline Crack, Bump Pad (textured typeface), Carton (grungy white-on-black stencil face), Maybe maybe Not, Frames n Riboons (sic), Blackboard (sketched face), Logotronik (a 3d techno face), Big Bad Dogs (dingbats), Libre Expression (engraved copperplate typeface), Mecagothix (textured blackletter face), Destroy, Destroy Helpers, Buy More, Things we said (curly face), Lost Saloon (Tuscan), Salon de Coiffure (beveled), Brighton Pier (grunge), Motel Vacancy (grunge), Bates Shower (dripping blood typeface), Venus Furs (texture typeface), Showmen, True Men Tattoos (dingbats), Quicker (sketch font), Romanum Est (grungy Trajan face), Also (scratchy letters), Lazy Day (3d font), Pusher, Hard Dumb, The Idiot, Overflowing (grunge), Fast Foont (sketched), Melange (grunge), Jumbo Parade (circus font), Happy Monsters, Zozox (experimental), Magic Sound (packaging typeface), Arena Mascaras (dingbats), Top View (3d face), Flagadoum, Last King Quest, Rhythm n Blacks (textured face), Troll Sketched, Superpoz (a 3d painted typeface of exceptional beauty), HalloCuties (Halloween font), Gothik Steel (circus font), Silvestre Relief (3d titling face), Just Like That (comic book face), Numero 10 (athletic lettering), Tet de Mor (skulls), Facelook, Xmas Dad, Instant Marker, Ragtimer, Punk Dots (textured face), Onomato Vlam (comic book balloons), 8th Cargo (textured mechanical octagonal face), Zu Kabarett (creepy curly German expressionist face), Unusual Day One, Happy New One (party font), Xmas Doods, Xmas Doods 2, Higher, Usual Day One, Team 401 (athletic lettering), Doonga (comic strip letters), Killer's Move.

Typefaces from 2013: Them (fat brush), Ghost Code, Tiny Heroes (figurines), Over There (sci-fi), Higher than High, Abandon (sketched face), Broken Hearts, True Stories, A wolf at the door (wood style poster face), Elo Hand, Bots n Droids (dingbats), Toonimals 2 (dingbats), Halftoned Backup (textured face), Novlang (textured poster face), Come With Us, Ptits Pirates (pirate figurines), Board Dudes (skateboard dingbats), Big Bro's Watch (grungy), Doonga Slash (comic book face), Round About, Signz, Lethal League (grungy athletic lettering), Dark Times, Dandy Hat Trick, tardots (textured typeface), Dinoz (dinosaur dingbats), Big Surprise (fat script), Comix Loud, Arlequin, Fanzine Title, Scotch Taped, Phoenix (dingbats), Rock's Death (grunge), Tuamotu (textured), Trees Friends (dingbats), King Arthur Legend (blackletter), Fairy Strange, Flame On, Mystery, Money Go Round (ransom note font), Seven of One, Captain's Talk, Peaches en Regalia (sketch font), Wrong Board (textured or crayon typeface), Subito (comic book face), Extra Sales (signage face), Gimme Danger (grunge stencil), Alphabet City (graffiti font), Raleigh Rock, Rysky Lines, Splash, Good Vibers (comic book figurines), Tequilla Sunrise (3d shadow face), Graphers Blog, Star Waves, Splash, Action Comics, Wild Trails (wood plank typeface), Tiki Club (dingbats), Bad Striped (sketched face), Come With Me (paint drip face), Famous Oldies (textured face), Girly Toons (dingbats), Eshop Advert, Full Pack 2025, Dickson's Tale (a great grungy caps face), Hand Typewriter, Campus Relief (athletic lettering), ZalienZ (dingbats), Manga Style (oriental brush), Journal du Soir (letterpress emulation), Royal Delight (3d sketched face), Gothix Fate, Lettrisme (a letterpress ransom note font), NYC Zone 123 (graffiti face), Tedz (teddy bear dingbats), Merry Xmas, Last Day On Earth (textured typeface).

Typefaces from 2014: Heavy Gothik (textured blackletter), Comix Bubbles, King of Scotland (textured), Lazy Sketch, Arabica Export (coffee bag texture), Scream Again, Season of the Witch, Soul Festival, Back Ride 342, Cheap-Potatoes, Nine-Feet-Under (grunge), Remingtoned-Type, Search'n-Destroy, Starz-2, Vanished, On The Roof (or: On The Tops), Mad Groove Blast, Another Brick (textured face), Destination Future, Perversionist, Dex's Jobs (Treefrog-style typeface), Ptit Coeur d'Amour, Mickey's School (athletic lettering), One Way or Another (a hand-drawn poster typeface), Californian Cars (license plates), Building State Empire, Back on Lime (shadow face), Next Ups (graffiti face), PatchFun (textured face), Railway to Hells, Shut'em Down, Misunderstanding, Another Brick (textureface), Perversionist (grunge), Destination Future, Linographer, Polish Posterisation, For Girls Only, Half Price 4 You (sketched typeface), Secret Agency (bad ink grunge), Player One (a grungy baseball Script), Raw Notice, Home Mad Popsters, No Silly Walk There, Bad Coma (lovely grunge), Dark Net Warrior (grunge), Cowboy Movie (Western font), Palm Beach (textured typeface), Search n Destroy (textured), Carnaval de mai, Variations (textured), Black Jeans (weathered font), City of Light, Santa's Air Mail (snow-capped letters), Cheap-Potatoes, Nine-Feet-Under, Remingtoned-Type, Search'n-Destroy, Starz-2, Vanished.

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Index of betweendarknessandthelight

Two Trek fonts here: B5Symbols (by Michael Lee, Keith Nelson&Josh Dixon, 2000), and Babylon5_Station (by Michael Lee&Josh Dixon, 1998). [Google] [More]  ⦿

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Six fonts here: Draconian, DarkAges, Runic, two Lucida fonts, and StarTrek Gen Heavy BT. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ingo Krepinsky
[Typonauten]

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Ipsum Planet
[Pedro Pan]

Design group associated with Neo2 magazine in Spain, for which they created some (free) experimental typefaces. The designer seems to be Pedro Pan. These include the paperclip typeface Aria (2002), the bold rounded typeface Bassel (2002), Barco.D.A. (2006), Web (2002, pixel face), Teletype (2003, stitching font), Video (2002, blocky face), Puntogotic (2002, fuzzy blackletter), Gallega (octagonal), Zarautz (2006, fashionable simple sans, free here), Track (octagonal), Ciclo (2007, bike chain-themed glyphs), Rotring (arc-themed), Paperfont (2006, alphabet made out of paper), Canaletto (2006, rounded monoline font), New Euro (2002, vertically etched all-caps face), Pixar Five (2002, pixel face), Quiniela (2002, stitching font), Steroid (2008, Star Trek font), Spectrum (2002, rectangularly-pixeled face), Regaliz (2005, a multiline face), Icon (2002, a multiline face), Alpha and Airline (2002, octagonal monoline faces), Elo (2004, a good-looking art deco face), Tipod (2006, dot matrix face), Button (2002, dot matrix face), Lobula (2007, art deco), Bit (2002, pixel face), TCK-2000 (2000, futuristic), Rubik (2002, art deco), Error PostScript (2002), Strokes (2003, a multiline face), Maciza (2003), DNNR (2004), Sector-96 (2007, modular), Novich (2007, glyphs based on musical notes), Funk (2003, simple sans), De Stijl (2002), Hi-Fi (2002, pixelish), Salami. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Irina ModBlackmoon

Minsk-based Belarussian, b. 1987. Creator of "gothic" and "broken" Latin and Cyrillic fonts like MB Thin Worms (2013, a spiked horror black metal font), MB Think Twice (2012, gothic face), MB Demonic Tale (2012), MB Underground (2012), MB Forever Raw (2012), MB Element (2012, +Brutalized: horror fonts), MB Real Grinder (2011), MB Evil Ghost (2010), MB Slavonic Minsk (2010), MB An Old Witch (2010), MB Before The End (2010), MB Horror House (2010), MB Poisoned Type (2010), MB Gravitation (2010), MB-Alien Report 72 (2010), MB-Graveyard-Designs (2010), MB-TheGreatReaper (2010), MB Arcane Gothic (2009), MB-Back for Death (2009), MB-Lords of Evil (2010), MB-BlackBookType (2009), MB-ElvenType (2009), MB-GothicDawn (2009), MB-InDigit (2009), MB-RustyIron (2009), MB TyranT (2009), MB-DigitalReality (2009).

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Isis Fonts (or: Shrine of Isis)
[John Cosgriff]

Egyptian hieroglyphics and related fonts, all original designs by Australian John Cosgriff: Adelita, Alcoholica, Biabia Layout, Brunnhilde One, Creature, Crusades, Dekald, Magician, LuciferPensionRoman, BlazingItalic, Bones2, CreationItalic, Darkenstone, Deities, Eyesis, Garfield, IsisDings, Jetson, KingdomCome, LostWorld, Raven, Spaceracer, Stargate, Tecnojap, TokyoSoft, Wizardry, ZetaGrey. The original fonts Tokyo Soft and TecnoJap simulate Japanese.

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Iva Miloloza

Zagreb, Croatia-based creator of the school project sci-fi typeface Aero (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ivar Lyngner

Norwegian architect, and graphic and type designer who lives in Jar, Norway. Creator of the free fonts Mir II (futuristic) and Mir III (like architectural lettering). [Google] [More]  ⦿

J. Keubank

Free truetype font Standard_Galactic_Alphabet. [Google] [More]  ⦿

J. Rogge

StarTrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jaap Veldhorst

Really really great sci-fi font archive, elegant and useful. Maintained by Jaap Veldhorst, it probably has about 400 fonts. Direct downloads. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jacci Howard Bear

Jacci Howard Bear's own free creations: JacciBigBlock, JacciCharcoalPrint-Regular, JacciPrintOne, Circular-Building-Blocks-1, SpaceyJHB. Free Spacey (aliens) font by Jacci Howard Bear (JHB). See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jacob Poindexter

Digital artist in Linthicum, MD, who created the sci-fi typeface Cosmos (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

jail9

FontStructor who made Curvatured (2011, a hairline sans), Trek (2011, based on the series), and the experimental faces Fowl, Ancient Soft and Ancient Hard (both from the TV series Stargate), Team Battle (sci-fi face), Monoline Light, ATeck (gridded modular kitchen tile face), and Pixelish, all in 2011.

Typefaces from 2012: Amens (bold grotesk). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jake&Dan (or: Creatogether)
[Dan Borufka]

Jake Rathmanner and Dan Borufka run a design studio with offices in Vienna and San Francisco, called Jake&Dan, and also called Creatogether. In 2010, they published a free font, the futuristic Danarama. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jakob Uszkoreit

Jakob Uszkoreit's Startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

James Barnardo

British creator of the free oriental simulation typeface Reading From The East (2012), which is entirely based on hiragana for lowercase and on kanji for uppercase. He also made Roarin Twenties Counterfeit (2012, art deco), Halftone Nium (2014), Radium Corporation (2014), Uraenium (20143), Coradium (2014), and Radiometry (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

James Eduardo Dudi

Curitiba-based Brazilian designer of the liquid typeface Setor (2004), Wcom, the pixel typeface Cube (2004), the Cyrillic display typeface Poka (2004), and the futuristic DNA (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

James George Dunn
[Type For Now]

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James Kilfiger
[The Difficult Type]

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James Richardson

In 2009, James Richardson used FontStruct to design a number of faces, such as Blueprint (excellent), the pixelish faces Galactic Invader Complete Edition, Galactic Imperials, Galactic Invaders, the fat rounded faces Sir Raleigh, Raleigh, Everyone, Let It Out, She's GaGa (dot matrix), Space Debris, Blueprint, and the billboard typeface FRANK. He also made the alphading Fence. Some fonts from 2008: Jubilee Line, Victoria Line, Jeez (paper fold face), Tetrix (dot matrix), Tetrux (Tetris pieces), 4Wood, Chew Its, Tube Station, Power Zoom (horizontally striped letters), Power Zip (vertically striped letters). [Google] [More]  ⦿

James Sharer

Creator of the font Star Trek TNG Title (1991), which may be found here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jamie Dean
[Disastergraphics]

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Jamie Dean

Jamie Dean (Disastergraphics) is the British youngster (b. 1992) who designed the futuristic typeface Cyborn (2008). Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

jape--TTF

Startrek fonts miniarchive, TrueType. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jarrik Muller

Dutch graphic designer in Amsterdam who has many typographic projects and occasionally creates a typeface. His typefaces are experimental and functional. One, called Puzzle, leaves it up to the user to position the sliding letters---quite an ingenious idea. Get Busy (2006) is artsy and futuristic. Escape (2006) is pixelish grunge. Union (2006), Get1 (2006, modular, computerized), Get Free (2007, a free piano key font done for Neo2, the magazine), Softmachine (2009), NB Light (2009, a techno matchstick typeface done with the help of Neubau), 3D (2009), Optical (2007, a futuristic geometric experiment), Contrast (2006), Lovely (2006), Muller Fontein (2006, experimental), Blok (2010, 3d and modular; see also Blok (2013, Dick Pape) which was influenced by Jarrik's Blok), Love (2006), and Volle Vrijheid (2006, very experimental) round out his dossier.

In 2014, he set up Citype. At Citype, he published the free pixelish typeface Amsterdam.

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Javier Mateos

Monterrey, Mexico-based creator of Amaneze (a free grotesk headline typeface in .ai format), and Digit All (2012, a free circuit board-inspired typeface). His web presence is called Xplaye.

Javier Mateos created TRON Legacy (2011) after the final credits of the successful 2010 movie. Free EPS format download.

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Jay Hilgert
[Albatross (or: Font Deals)]

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Jay Pierstorff
[Computer Safari]

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Jayde Garrow

Buffalo, NY-based creator of the logotype typeface NHL (2013). It includes the logos of all the NHL teams. He also made 10 Bucks (2014, engraved lettering for money), Jersey Sharp (2014), Blacklisted (2014), Be a Pro (2014), NFL Red Zone (2014), Pirate Ship (2014), Monsterz (2014, a hairy font), Caution (2014), Hard Grunge (2014), Royalty Savior (2014, possibly a tattoo font), Damage Inc (2014, a grungy stencil), Angry Letter (2014), Bold Curse (2014), Sweet Jersey (2014: athletic lettering), Cash Currency (2014: a textured money font), King of the Hill (2014, shadow font), Print Oldyz (2014: a textured typeface), Bob's Burgers (2014), Earth Bound (2014), Grungy (2014), Kill Em All (2014, grunge), LMAO (2014, circle-based font), Dark Ministry (2014), Hard Sports (2014), Rugrats (2014, comic book style), Break It (2013, a glaz krak face), Kenan&Kel (2013, cartoon font), Merrie Melodies (2013, cartoon font), Zany Sharp (2013), American Dad (2013), Wrestle Mania (2013), Survivor Series (2013), Hogan Mania (2013, gothic), Wrist Tat (2013, spurred constructivist), Destroy Humans (2013, grunge), NHL Wild (2013), Bang 4 Ya Buck (2013, grungy stencil), WWE Raw (2013), Army Rust (2013, a grungy military stencil face), Bad Grunge (2013), NHL Bruins (2013), NHL Flames (2013), NHL Ducks (2013), Royal Rumble (2013, stencil face), Write It Right (2013, fat finger typeface), Exp Font (2013, stencil), NHL Sabres (2013), Battleground (2013), Power Rangers (2013), Papa Grape (2013, hand-printed), How Bout That, EZ Sharpz (2013, angular and octagonal), Payback (2013), High Def (2013, sci-fi), Ridiculousness (2013), Rusto (2013, grunge) and We Wrestle (2013, a scratchy typeface).

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Jayvee D. Enaguas

Jayvee lives in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia, and was born in 1996. Known as Grand Chaos, he also calls himself Nippon Central Fontmaster, and uses the abbreviation NC in some of his fonts.

Home page. Dafont link. Devian tart link. Another Devian Tart link. And yet another Devian Tart link. FontStruct link.

In 2009, he made Reality Pursuit NC.

In 2010, he created the hand-printed faces Retrieve NC, NipCen's Print, NipCen's Handwriting, CartoonicMassive, CartoonicMassive3D, CartoonicMassiveCollage, CartoonicMassiveWacky, Cartonsix NC, and Basic Comical (a take on Comic Sans). Other 2010 faces include Retroville NC (pixel), Matthan Sans (mechanical sans), Monkirta Pursuit NC (squarish face), AeromaticsSmallCapsNC (techno), DynoNC (octagonal, techno), MatrixComplex3DNC (dot matrix face), MatrixComplexNC, MatrixComplexWaveNC, SpotlightTypewriterNC, SuplexmentaryComicNC, Coyotris (hand-printed), SMWTextNC (pixel family), and AeromaticsNC (angular face).

In 2011, he made Neon Teocho NC (a techno face), Burbin Casual (2011, a casual sans face), Curse Casual (2011), Squaren Daren NC (2011, constructivisit), Hauracherell NC (2011, a movie lettering font based on "Senorella and the Haurache", 1961), Burvetica (2011, grungy), Allegre Sans (2011), 8bitoperator JVE (2011, pixel typeface done at FontStruct), The 2K12 (2011, dot matrix face, FontStruct), and Big Bimbo (2011, hand-printed).

Typefaces from 2012: Minercraftory, New Era Casual (based on Dom Casual, 1951), Splendid Plan 9 (headline all-caps sans face), Aeromatics (inspired by Plan 9 from Outer Space), Destroyed Aero, Aeromatics Stencil, That's Font Folks (after the famous That's All Folks of Looney Tunes fame, 1930s), Dyno Sans, Stanberry (hand-printed), Pixisma (techno), Ander Hedge (octagonal), Jengle Jungallery, Freedom, Freeroad, Receiptional Receipt (dot matrix), Dimbo, Capital Daren, Tepeno Sans, Kemco Smooth, Kemco Pixel, Slabby Pices (an Egyptian), Mattelit (pixel typeface based on a Mattel game font from 1979), Barthowheel (comic book font), Minecraftory (pixel face).

Typefaces from 2013: Moder DOS 437 (pixel face), Telespania (pixel face: Telespania is a monospaced pixel font, based from Teletext 1.5 for TVE (Television Espanola) in Spain or other services in Austria, Germany and Portugal), Sanidana (squarish), Santitechtro (a sans), Sanitrixie, Soniano Sans (octagonal), Magzetician, Grand9K Pixel (pixel face), Deluxe16 (pixel face), Polentical Neon (octagonal), Nechao Sharp (octagonal face), Magzetician (alien writing simulation), Saniretro.

Typefaces from 2014: Reality Hyper (octagonal). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jedisaber

A small StarTrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jedisurf

Small Startrek archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jeff Anderson
[OMGWTF (or: Akumu)]

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Jeff Bell

American multimedia artist. Designer of the cartoonish dingbat font Decanter (1999), the spindly gothic typeface Fiddums Family, the fat typeface Casper, and of Godfather (2001, after the film). In 2010, he created TR2N, a futuristic typeface based upon the poster text for the TRON LEGACY movie.

Dafont link. Klingspor link. Home page. Devian tart link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jeffrey S. Lee

The web site is now located at a charity, Shipbrook Hill Farm in Cheshire, UK. In the 1990s, it had a remarkable high-quality pair of freeware fonts, JSL-Ancient and JSL-AncientItalic. From Jeff's web page at the time: My most ambitious typographical achievement so far has been to re-create an antique roman/italic typeface pair, complete with ligatures and obsolete characters. Basing the fonts on nearly identical typefaces used by two English printers in the mid-to-late 1600s (Edward Jones and J. Redmayne), I strove to create as faithful a reproduction as I could manage. Using standard typeface classification terminology, it is a transitional or Baroque Oldstyle font. He also made JSL-Blackletter, Alien Nations, The Tenctonese Alphabet (a sci-fi face), and Tenctonese Sinescript.

Another page. Another page.

Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jelloween Font Foundry
[Tjarda Koster]

Dutch designer (b. 1985, Smallingerland), aka Jelloween, who designed the pixel fonts Blinkie 10 (2007), Silky Wonderland (2006, pixel face), Spinach (2006), Spinach Outline (2006), Webbies (2006, web dingbats in pixel format), Chewy Blossom (2006), Charriot Deluxe (2006), Charriot (2006), Spacy Stuff (2006), Smirnof (2006: an elegant dot matrix face), Every Day (2006), JL Quixs (2006, sans), Skinny (2005), Cyborg (2006, futuristic), Cranberry Blues (2006) and Pixelicious (2006). She also made the dingbat typeface Jellodings (2007, free here), the alphading typeface Alien-ABC (2006), the modern sans display typeface Ambrosia (2006), the bouncy typewriter typeface Humble Bee (2006), the 10-style simple sans family Machinato (2007) and the grunge faces Thoughts (2006; see also here), Smudgers (2006), Zhang (2007, slightly gothic), Vinegar (2008, free didone typeface), Jellobrush (2008), Puppeteer (2008, grungy blackletter), Happy-Go-Lucky (2010, dingbats) and the funky family Gubblebum (2007, free). Jesterday (2011) is a bouncy sans family.

Dafont link. Another page. Klingspor link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Jens Cherukad

Vienna-based designer of Galactica S (2012), a family of pixelish and dot matrix sci-fi typefaces. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jeremy Smith

Graphic designer who ran Visualdsgn.com in Scottsdale, AZ, and is now with dsgn.co in Phoenix. In 2009, he created the smooth organic family Karmaform. In 2010, he designed Barka, an ultra-fat face, and Lightcycle Tron, a futuristic experimental face.

Apparatus (2012) is a computer game typeface, slightly modernized.

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Jesse Juup
[Cosmonaut Fonts]

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Jim Sorenson
[Giedi Prime Fonts (was: Reflex Point Fonts)]

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Jimmy Cornwallis

Australian graphic design student who is working on the futuristic display typeface Sytak03 (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

J.M. Dillard

Designer of the Startrek font "The Lost Font" (2000), based on the Pocket Books novel "The Lost Years". Calls himself Skeet Williams inside the font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joanne Taylor

Aka Jos Joy, as Joanne Ford Taylor, and as joiaco. South African illustrator in Knysna, b. 1953. Designer in 2009 of Qarmic Sans, Qirkus Qaps (almost Tuscan), Qranklestein, Qlippitek, Qixstix, QutnTorn Caps, and the hand-printed fonts Qirlycues and Qokijo.

In 2011, she created Qokipops, Qik Edges (2011, dingbats and borders), Qut+Torn (papercut face), Qrypton (2011, sci-fi), Qumbazonki (2011, African look face), Qwagga (2011, another African face), Qixbox (2011, hand-printed 3d face), Qongasushi (2011, poster face), Qarkitech, and Qlinickle.

Typefaces from 2012 include Qarolina, Qreepy, Qrackerjax, Qubism, Qoncrete, Qrubby, Questoz, Quinky (brush face), Qumberland Slab, Qinkgo, Qrayola, Qudos, Qubism (inspired by Picasso), Qimiko, Qhorah, Qratchee (scratchy typeface).

In 2013, she designed Qrankenstein, Qaxton, Quota (a heavy titling face), Qlub Jozi (art deco), Qlarendon (a 7-style Clarendon family), Qarmic Sans Pro, Qanoodle (handwriting), Qorkeri (art deco), Qlaire (clean sans), Qwinkwell, Quota (fat poster face), Qarross, Qontreaux, Qut+Paste (paper cut font), Qlub Jozi (multilined art deco), Qwacko, Qizulu (African-themed font), Qokeynote.

Typefaces from 2014: Qarrotface, QikiconsRealEstate, QrackStreet, Quiglet (a very rounded sans), Quota-Bold, Qutntorn, Qwinkwell, Quikhand, Qirlycues.

Devian Tart link. Behance link. Graphic River link. Fontspace link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Johanan Lee-Frazer

Manchester, UK-based designer of science-related display typefaces such as Cubane (2014, 3d), Satellite (2014), String Theory (2014), Alive (2014), Arthropods Sight (2014), Carbon (2014), and the 3d typeface Plane (2014). Behance link. Another Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Johann Terrettazz
[warehouse type foundry]

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John Alfonso

Designer whose fonts can be bought at FontHaus: Inverse Recto (dingbats), Quantum, Quantumex. The latter two are extensive futuristic / octagonal families. [Google] [More]  ⦿

John Cosgriff
[Isis Fonts (or: Shrine of Isis)]

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John Litwinowicz
[Grayfire Fonts]

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John Moore

Born in 1951, John Moore is a Venezuelan type designer. He studied graphic design in the Institute of graphic design Neumann from 1972 until 1976. In 1980 he took a workshop with Milton Glaser and since 1983 he has worked as an art director and creative director in many advertising agencies. He designs type since 1976.

His typefaces Gordis (a fattish comic book family) and Tepuy won awards at Tipos Latinos 2008 in the non-text and experimental typeface categories, respectively. At Tipos Latinos 2010, he won twice in the display category, for Victorina and Radio Time.

His typefaces: (New) Maracay (2013, a large layered Victorian signage family), Fine Art OT (2013, brushy typeface), Roadline Italic (2013, a retro script), JMTF Robin (2013, a layered post-modernist display family), Virgin Script (2013), Radio Time (2013, fat retro signage script), Radio Time Icons (2013), Palaima (2013, an aboriginal style face), Factor (2012, a layered geometric font), Onda (2012, a wavy psychedelic face), Blockee (2012), Aliykit Open (2012, a multiline typeface), VE Inconexa (2006, outline architectural face), VE Makiritare (2006, a double labyrinthine script that is based on symbolisms used by the Makiritare or Yecuana, river people who live in the village of Santa Maria de Erebato in the Venezuelan jungle on the border with Brazil), VE Moho (2006; or simply Moho in 2014), VE Palaima (2006, futuristic, Amazonian), Radio Time (fifties style script, with Alejandro Paul at Sudtipos), Fruta (stencil, influenced by Glaser?), Glaser Stencil Round, Gothike (sharp-edges), Aqua (ultra round), Club, Caracas (sans), Factor (hookish), Space Lab (futuristic family), Robin (headline), Victorina (multiline Victorian poster typeface which won an award at Tipos Latinos 2010), Victorina Black Shadow (2011), Waterman (2010, a flowing undulating script family), Spacelab (2010, futuristic) and RobinBienalII (2005).

Sudtipos sells these fonts of his via MyFonts: Makiritare (bilined, based on woven baskets), Palaima (experimental, runic), Precolombino (petroglyphs), Tepuy (rounded version of Makiritare), Roadline (2009, fifties diner font), Sacred Geo (2011, a geometric dingbat font that won an award at Tipos Latinos 2012), DeCoro (2011, art deco family), Sacred Geo Tiling (2011), Primate (2012, an African look typeface family), Morenita (2012, a connected fifties or school script), Takox (2012), Petroglifos (2012), Xtencil (2012, a rounded stencil influenced by Milton Glaser; followed by Xtencil LC and UC in 2013).

Typefaces from 2014: InkArt Labels, Moho (named after Laszlo Moholy-Nagy), Moho Condensed, Moho Script, Duvall (named after Edward J. Duvall, who published Modern Sign Painting in the late 1940s; Duvall won an award at Tipos Latinos 2014).

Klingspor link. MyFonts link. Behance link. Poster.

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John Reynolds

During his studies at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS, John Reynolds created the sci-fi typeface Cape (2012).

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John Vargas Beltrán

Colombian type and graphic designer (b. 1974), who graduated from Universidad Nacional de Colombia (1997). Co-founder of ADG Colombia (Colombian Association of Graphic Designers). He was studying for a Postgraduate degree in Type Design at UBA (Universidad de Buenos Aries) in Argentina. He currently lives in Argentina.

Designer of the minimalist rounded display typeface Conectiva (1998), the informal signage script Salsa (2011, inspired by the old LP album covers from the 1970s), the retro comic book typeface Boogaloo (2010, free at Google Web Fonts), and the early 20th century-look face Cambalache (2008-2011). Creator with Nicolás Silva Schwarzenberg of the free upright italic sans typeface Convergence (2011, Google Web Fonts).

In 2012, Macondo---which was started in 1997---was published at Google Web Fonts, together with Macondo Swash Caps. John writes about this art nouveau pair: The forms are inspired by some illustrations created for a tarot card game, itself inspired by the work of Colombian literature Nobel prize winning author, Gabriel García Márquez, Cien Años de Soledad. Macondo won an award in the display type category at Tipos Latinos 2012.

Still in 2012, he published Germania One at Google Web Fonts---an angular typeface that is a hybrid between blackletter and sans serif, and looks like the signage on many German pubs. Cygnus (2012) is a futuristic typeface. Dulcinea Serif (2012) is an uncial typeface. Cabriolet (2012) is the standard Detroit car emblem type used on cars in the 1950s and 1960s.

In 2013, John Vargas Beltran created the fifties automobile or diner script Cabriolet V8.

In 2014, he returned to African themes, perhaps jarred by the death of Nelson Mandela. His first typeface of the year is Kalimba (named after an African percussion instrument), which comes in several textured styles called Masai, Kingombo and Nenyanga. Guadalupana (2014) is based on bronze ecclesiastical letters found in the the Virgin Guadalupe basilica in Mexico, designed in 1976 by Pedro Ramirez Vazquez. Tequendama is a squarish inline typeface that is rooted in pre-Columbian pre-hispanic Muisca tribal art.

MyFonts link. MyFonts foundry link. Behance link. Klingspor link. Google Plus link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

John Wiebe

Aka Man of Steel. Designer of Kryptonian 7 (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Joiro Hatagaya

Designer of sci-fi and pixelized fonts. Fonts: 8BITWONDERNominal (2001), Cybernetic-Ninja, DotComradeNominal, JHUFNominal (1998, techno), JHDigitalNominal, JHTITLESNominal, NewHorizonsNominal, StellarKombatMENominal, Stellar-Kombat, Vasquez, SpaceMarine, 8BITWONDER, JHTITLES, New Horizons (2001), SpaceMarine, JH_Fallout (2002), Xenophobia (2001).

Open Font Library link. Fontspace link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jon Swinn

Preston, UK-based designer of these typefaces in 2014: Hellfire, Halberdier, Norseman, Order of Calatrava, Lancaster Castle, Santa Rosa (ornamental caps), Arcade, Captain Regular, Captain Shipwreck, Strobe Stencil, Gunslinger (spurred Western font), Street Stencil (+Overspray, +Grime), Abandoned Saloon Font (Western typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jonathan Bruns

Art director from Silver Spring, MD, who created the futuristic typeface Epistrophy (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jonathan Hill
[The Northern Block (TNB)]

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Jonathan Stephen Harris
[Tattoo Woo (or: Smokewire)]

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Jorge Gallardo

Toledo, Spain-based creator (b. 1984) of the heavy octagonal sci-fi typeface Base 45 (2013) and of Chain Anchor Font (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jose Gonzalez Pareja

Creator of StarWars (1998), a free font with copyright referring to Lucasfilm. [Google] [More]  ⦿

José Luis Cóyotl Mixcoatl

Mexican designer in Puebla of the 4-weight semi-blackletter display family El Chamuco (2004, T-26), the pixel/modular family Zoomanic (2007, an award winner at Tipos Latinos 2010), Artico (2003, a custom family for the Spanish magazine Simbad), the script typeface Santanera (2004, consisting of Cha Cha Cha and Rhumba), the purely geometric and linear Mixcoatl (2005), the octagonal typeface Vulcana (2004), and of the pixelated typeface Pixetl (2004, T-26).

At Tiypo, we find his futuristic typeface Cachirul, the futuristic Rayos Gama, Forever, Frizz (2004, Display, Quadra: octagonal and squarish), the starry typeface Galaxia, Gen (2004), Gum Sans, Gum Organica, the squarish Ix Sans, the organic Latex, Mimetic, Monique, the techno typeface Neutron, Pancracia, Pixetl, the Broadway typeface Pocket, Super (grunge), the script typeface Santanera, and the octagonal Vulcana.

In 2012, he designed the warm serif family Maria, the angular typeface Anahuak. For the magazine Padres & Hijos, he created a custom ronde typeface in 2012.

He lives in Tlaxcalancingo, Puebla. His company is called The Coyote Lab of Design. At Tipos Latinos 2010, he won awards for Zoomanic and for Cubomatics Icons.

In 2014, he created the custom typefaces Lyons Script (anmed after Rob Lyons) and Reposè Script.

Klingspor link. T-26 link. Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Joseph Spicer

Owensville and/or Vincennes, IN-based art student (b. 1985) and designer of the Courier-like Shavian font Shaw Mono (2004), ChordBoxes (2010, to create chord diagrams), Bee Skep (2004, for Deseret), Box Puzzle Font (2010), Litterae Ignotae (2010: A Lingua Ignota (Latin for unknown language) was described by the 12th century abbess of Rupertsberg, Hildegard of Bingen, who apparently used it for mystical purposes. To write it, she used an alphabet of 23 letters, the litterae ignotae), Seftos Nandor (2004, for an artificial language called Lower Geldorian), Sëftos Parathenia (2005, also in the Seftos script), this decorative serif (2006, experimental), Alberne Handlung (2007, a narrow all-caps Latin and Cyrillic face), Swartsbok (2007, a nice gothic font), Lumaro (2007, in the style of Times-Roman), Duck Hunt (2004, fat display face, based on the lettering of the title of the game), Anquietas (2004, "the Ancient alphabet from Stargate"), Gothic Book (2005), and Dadh Ath (2004, containing the Ath characters used to write Baronh created by Morioka Hiroyuki and used in Sekai no Monshou). Spicer now lives in Terre Haute, IN. Another web page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Josh Thomas
[Kojima 2087]

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Joshua M. Smith
[Legacy of Defeat]

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Joy Anne Baker
[Joy's Stargate SG1]

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Joy's Stargate SG1
[Joy Anne Baker]

Joy Anne Baker designed "Stargate SG1 Address Glyphs" (2000). [Google] [More]  ⦿

J.S. Moritz

FontStructor who made Space Station 9 (2012). Aka jsmoritz2000. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juan Casco

Designer from from Puyo, Ecuador, b. 1991, known as Darko Juan. He made numerous free fonts.

Creator of these typefaces:

  • Amazonica (2009) is a curlified roman face.
  • Artesanias (2011).
  • Básica (2010, an organic octagonal sans done with FontStruct) and Básica Unicode (2010).
  • Black Audio (2010): gridded.
  • Bohemia (2010): grunge face.
  • Borracho (2009).
  • Bosque Encantado (2010).
  • Cabaret (2011).
  • Chave (2010) and Gato (2010) are hand-printed faces.
  • Colonial (2010).
  • Cuneiforme (2010): cuneiform simulation face.
  • The scary gothic faces La Flama y La Espina, Pasión Acústica (2009), Dark Pix (2010, FontStruct), Goth Stencil (2009, blackletter stencil), Goth Stencil Premium (2009), Ming Imperial (2009) and Ming Gothic (2009, was Chino Gotico before that). The latter two faces have an Asian look. Pasion Gotica (2010, FontStruct).
  • Fam Fuerte (2011, grungy).
  • Furia&Venganza (2011). A tattoo face.
  • Hangul Love2 (2010).
  • La Rosa Muerta (2010).
  • Lejana (2010): a curly script.
  • Linexter (2013). A vintage typeface.
  • Luismi Murder (2009).
  • Magical Dreams (2011).
  • Narn Font (2011). Inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia.
  • Ninja Turtles (2014) and Guardians of the Galaxy (2014). Sci-fi typefaces.
  • No Hubo Tiempo (2009) is a timid handwriting face.
  • PercanceFatal (2009).
  • Pixel faces: Trium (2010), DarkPix (2009, done with FontStruct).
  • The blackletter faces Por Siempre Gótica (2011), Artesanias (2011), Fraktura (2011), Neue Goth (2011), Estilographica (2011).
  • The curly scribbly faces One Wild Line (2012), Romance Fatal 2.0 and 3.0 (2009, based on his own hand), Romance Fatal Pix (2010), Romance Fatal (2009, +Serif), Romance Fatal Goth (2009), Romance Fatal Sans (2011).
  • Rounded Sans (2014).
  • Scars Before Christmas (2010).
  • Schindler's Font (2011). Inspired by the movie.
  • Sucker Font (2011). A metal band face.
  • Tatida Versal (2009), Tatida Rocking (2009).
  • Tattoo Sailor (2010).
  • A custom font for Teller Of Tales: A Fib Fit For A King, a 2011 movie by Woody Lindsey.
  • The Fire Regular (2011).
  • Tipófila (2010).
  • Valle Lejano (2010, FontStruct).
  • Verde Amazonico (2011).
  • Versal-Gothic (2009).
  • Xefora (2011). A spindly blackletter.
  • Schindler's Font (2011). Based on the movie sequence.
  • Frozen Font (2014) s also movie-inspired.

Behance link. Devian tart link. Home page. Dafont link. Old home page. Fontspace link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jubran Elias

Graphic designer and illustrator in Beirut. Creator of the sci-fi typeface Morac (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juliany Siqueira

Graphic designer in Fortaleza, Brazil, who made the sci-fi typeface Space Type (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Juneau

Small StarTrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Junichi Ishikawa

New York City-based designer of the sci-fi typeface Luna (2014). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Jupiter Station

Trekkie archive. FranklinGothic-Book, Georgia, Pristina-Regular, VladimirScript, CocosOldDBNormal, HansHand, StarTrekFilmBT-Regular, StarfleetBT-BoldExtended. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Justin Sola
[Skin]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Jyri Konttinen

Finnish designer of the futuristic typeface Utopy (T-26, 2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kahless.net

Startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Karl Günter Wünsch
[Klinz]

[More]  ⦿

Katie Che

Designer in New Zealand who created a sci-fi typeface in 2012 that extends the four letters in the TRON logo.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Katie Davis

Designer of Ecrobial (2012, a sci-fi typeface). Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

K.C. Bonnem

Creator of the grungy Special Product, the dot matrix typeface Ride The Fader (1998), and the futuristic Fader. The site was called earliest memory of cassettes in the late 1990s. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kees Gajentaan
[Hybrid Space]

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Keith Nelson

Co-designer with Michael Lee and Josh Dixon of the science fiction font B5Symbols (1999). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kelly Ann McNamara

During her graphic design studies in Sudbury, Ontario, Kelly Ann McNamara created the sci-fi typeface Kemcan (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kenneth Cashman

South-Carolina-based youngster (b. 1989) who made the futuristic display typeface Busou Shinki (2008). He also uses the names Blitz tactics and Konami. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kerrin Fernandez

Creator of the free sci-fi hairlined outline font Freeze (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kippixin
[Alexandria Maree Poniewaz]

Alexandria Maree Poniewaz (Kippixin) is the designer of the alien writing font Kipsian (2003). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kirk Shelton

Graphic artist and illustrator from Martinez, CA. Designer of Haliwax (2012), License Plates (2012), CocosFritos (2010), Quickrite (2010), GhettoMarquee (2010), Love Romance (2010, Valentine's day dingbats), Hellafont (2009, outlined and hand-printed), Blog the Impailer (2009, a 3d face), Apocalypse Fax (2009), Brutal Tooth (2009), My First F (2009, hand-printed), Negatron (2009, futuristic), DeccoDisco (2009), Tyro Sans (2009), Take Out the Garbage (2009, hand-printed), Pee Pants Script (2009), Oakland Hills 1991 (2009, burning letters), Santa Carla (2009, futuristic), Faucet (2009), Kitten Meat (2009), Koobz (2007, 3d cubic face) and Bowellberalta (2007, rounded fat caps-only face).

Dafont link. Fontsy link. Designmoo link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

KirneH001

Designer at FontStruct in 2008 of scibotics, an LED-inspired typeface with a pearl in each outline. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kix
[Christoph Windmueller]

German designer in Recklinghausen, Germany of First Strike (2008, FontStruct) and First Strike Spaced, a grid-overlay of First Strike. Other FontStruct fonts from 2008: Aria Penci Roman (sketched font), Canned Heat (dingbats), Guttermouth (slab serif), Guttermouth Spaced (dashed version), Guttermouth Bold, Bloc Party Outline Shadowed, BabyBaby (toy blocks), Possibly Winged Polepieces, Skylines, Canned Heat, Simplicity, Stadium, Brussels (inspired by the Atomium), Cardboarder (nice 3d face), Crazytown (a Western font, an hommage to Maurice de Bevere, creator of Lucky Luke, 1923-2001), Itallica, Orica*cut, Orica, Pavement, Moduli, Tinka, Tinka Filled, Moduli, Loreylane, FS United One, (gorgeous sketched letters), babybaby, bellevue, bloc-party-outline-shadowed, brussels-contourized, elceedee, eurofiction, horrorhouse, plenum, scratch-me-if-you-can, simplicity, skylines, sophia---superlight (hairline), stadium, werkshalle (Ferrari lettering font?), schachmatt (stitching font).

In 2009, he added Terence Kill (blackletter), Cellophone, Amanerd (texture face), Drenama, Poster Classic, Midnight Diner, Sunburst, Signo, Multiverse (Basic, Striped, Alaska, Couch), Pointless Task, Broadway (dotted outline), Mostly, Terence Kill (blackletter), Pole Position (dot matrix), Antares 37 (Startrek font), Figure Collection Part 1 (dingbats), and College Pornmag.

In 2010, he made Motown Motel, Olympic Spirit (dot matrix outlined), Cyclobe Pro (octagonal), Gappy, Burtonesque.

In 2011, he FontStructed the gorgeous typeface Vuvuzela, Dance (dancing men), and Zapotek (elliptical face), Asgardian, Legendary (eleven movie stars).

In 2012, he created CMND (outline face) and Equinoxe.

In 2013, Christoph made the crayon font Grungarian and Histamic.

Typefaces from 2014: FS Dark Shogun, FS Galaxy Epsilon (3d font), FS Tigerwood (striped font), FS Orica Stencil, FS Moduli, FS Underworld (blackletter), FS Pointless Task (dot matrix font), FS Horrorhouse, FS Werkshalle (one of my favorite fonts in this collection), FS Brussels (connect-the-dots typeface inspired by the Atomium), FS Skylines, FS Signo, FGS Orica, FS Plenum, FSAntares37, FS Old Brewhouse, FS Commander.

Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Klaus Löcker

Klaus Löcker's startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Klingon Language Institute

THE KLI sells a 13 dollar diskette with a few Klingon language fonts, including, e.g., Klingonesque. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Klingon TNG

Klingon TNG truetype font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Klingonska Akademien
[Björn X. Öqvist]

"This typeface is actually a modification of Klingon Language Institute's "KLIpIqaDmey." The original font was made by Ph.D. Lawrence M. Schoen." writes Zrajm C Akfohg (in reality, Björn X. Öqvist), of the "Klingon Academy" in Uppsala, Sweden. He continues "The KApIqaD typeface is a font for writing klingon with the alphabet adopted by Klingon Language Institute (and accepted as canon by most other klingonists)." [Google] [More]  ⦿

Klinz
[Karl Günter Wünsch]

Metafont for Klingon, by Khoros sutai-Makpai, aka Karl Günter Wünsch. [Google] [More]  ⦿

K'mel

Three Startrek fonts: KlingonStilleto, KlingonBlade, KlingonDagger, all made in 1994. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kojima 2087
[Josh Thomas]

Josh Thomas (Kojima 2087) designed the artificial language typeface Naamu (2005). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kolja Geldmacher

In 2000, she made Gum and Mek'Leth, very daring futuristic creations. Mek'Leth is a Klingon-type font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kristján Jón Pálsson

During his studies in Haderslev, Denmark, Kristján Jón Pálsson created the thin hexagonal sci-fi typeface Spacepipe (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kummaeno

Kummaeno calls himself an art director, graphic stuntman and fontstructor. He lives in Sweden where he works at Infobahn Reklambyra. He "fontstructed" the pixel/stencil family Soft Cell (2010), and the squarish faces Samizdat (2010, his remix of the constructivist T-26 font "Revolution" by Douglas Carter, 1994), Gearbox (2010), FS Crude (2010, a heavy typeface inspired by 224MKSD Black by Masayuki Sato), Manifesto (2010, influenced by Donald Beekman's FF Tsunami) and Aegis (2010; think ITC Bolt Bold). Modicum (2010) is a pointy severely angled black sans. Bonfire (2011) is a semi-blackletter face. Soft Cell (2010) is an LED font. About the MICR font MegaSpacer (2010), he says: Inspired by the fantastic "MICR" font set. And the Solaris font design from the nineties by Büro Destruct (ah, those were the days). Old but good ideas brought to Fonstruct. Fun and easy as pie. Basking (2010) looks like Martin Wenzel's FF Marten. Aerostyle (2010) is a techno / Eurostyle typeface inspired by Masayuki Sato&Tsuyoshi Nagae at Maniackers Design. Kuiper (2010) is a remix of the techno typeface Straker by Rian Hughes. Gamepad (2010) is an angry fat display face. Piquance (2010) and Quanted (2010) are ultra-fat decorative faces. Jacobine (2010) is a bellbottom face. Bitrate (2010) is a carbon copy (in his words) of Data 90 (Rian Hughes).

FontStructions from 2011: Bayonet is a high-contrast art deco display face. Arbour is a piano key face. Pugilista is a fat boxy face. Pistolera is where the West meets psychedelia. About Syncope he says: You have seen the likes before ("FF HardSoul Ultra" by Donald Beekman or "Loudine" at pintassilgoprints.com). Constructivism with extreme bulk. Ultra-fat retro letter shapes. Ubangi is a hip "remix" of Rian Hughes's Darkside. FS Space Opera is party art deco. FS Rasterbator is a dotty raster halftone exercise. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Kylee Alvarez

During her graphic design studies at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS, Kylee Alvarez created the sci-fi typeface Orbit (2013). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

L. Gardner

One 720K file fonts.zip with fonts such as Avalon Quest (Swfte), Common Tongue (David Bale), Espruar (Joseph DuBois), Hunter (Hunter Engineering), Hunter Wingdings; RUNEnglish, Anglo-Saxon runes, Dwarf runes, Germanic runes, Tengwar Sindarin, and Quenya (all by Daniel S. Smith). [Google] [More]  ⦿

L. Hetke

The fonts.zip file has about 30 StarTrek fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

labhelp

Babylon 5 truetype font. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lagalga
[Heriberto Noguera]

Heriberto Noguera (Mostoles, Spain) designed LG Janfri (2010, bilined), LG Taladra (2010, a geometric typeface with bullet holes), Monodespaced (2010, hand-printed), JICA (2009, poster font), Tocco (2009, heavy sans), Barjola (2009, blackletter), Garjola (2009, pixelish blackletter), Nada Ultralight (2009), Mika Medium (2009), Grapafont (2007), Mika (2005, techno), Pelos (2006), FuckSans Joder (2006, pornographic symbols), Graphia (2005, script), Floja Script (2005, nice and scratchy) and Nada (2005, a futuristic face).

Home page of Heriberto. Dafont link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lars Ivarsson's TNG Homepage

Small Startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Laura Nicole

American designer of Sardesh (2005), based on an artificial language. Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Laztemel

Creator of the futuristic typeface Sevil alias Esra Lite (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Leandro Nogueira
[Noinfonts]

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Leanna Perry

Born and raised in Kansas City, Leanna now studies at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. FontStructor who made Robot Acid (2012, sci-fi face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lee Fasciani

London-based [T-26] designer of Paggio (2004), Astro (2004), Devine Town (an Indic simulation font), T-Minus (2003), Jones (2002), Duty (2002), Napier (2003), Doctarine (2002), Pescara (2001) and Fasciani Senza. The grunge family Process was made in 1997. Lee works at Intro in London. At Union Fonts, he published Chube, Dispose, Engage, Headroom (an octagonal almost mechanical font), Quarantine, System02 and Vlad in 2003. At The Type Trust, we find Novacane (futuristic), System02, Dispose and NeoGothic.

Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Leena Salem

Graphic designer in Toronto.

Dafont link. Creator of the techno / futuristic typeface Nanonaut (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Legacy of Defeat
[Joshua M. Smith]

This web site, related to Joshua Smith's Hydro 74 foundry in Orlando, FL, offers original creations, both free and commercial. They specialize in vintage signage type, display type, the Western look, scary faces, art nouveau, tattoo type, psychedelic and Victorian styles. The catalog as of 2011: Anarchy Script, Aphex Script, Apocalypse, Avante, Black Mail Sect, Black Mamba, Burial Black, Cadaver Ink, Cadaver Script, Calypso, Catalyst, Cortez, Dayton Black, False Idols, Golden Age, Heresy, Hood Black, Hydro Script, Imperial Black, Iron Fist, Kremlin Ink, Kustom Style, La Calavera Catrina, La Santsima Muerte, Le Venom, Lucky's Flash, Martyr Black, Muerte Black, Napalm Vertigo, Nue Black, Nue Goth, Norway Black, Razor Black, Royal Baron, Sacred Black, Sailor Jerry, Salem Witch Hunt, Sentry Black, Spitfire, Skid Row, Thai Black, The Clique, The Thickness, Thunder Script, Tramp Stamp, Tyranny Gothic, Uber Black, Vahalla, Venice Black, Viper Black, War Machine, West Coast Soul, Wolfstien Electro, Working Class Hero, Zombie Allegiance, Zombie Attack, Slash Black, Suture Set, Corpse, Czar, Proclivity, Uber Black Caps.

Free and commercial typefaces from 2013: Pricks, Ocelot Piss, The Witches, Wizard Tit, Wizard Dick, Riverside, Dirty Sanchez, Corpus Delicti, Warlock, Ghetto Wolves, Spitfire, Cheap Deal, Shwarma (Arabic simulation), Alderaan (alchemic), Surplus (spurred), Goth Bitch (blackletter), Siberian Vodka (alchemic), Bitch Please, Dirty Whore (brush script), Skeleton Key (EPS), Old School (EPS), Forty Thieves (EPS; Arabic simulation), Conquest (EPS), The Sailors Creed (EPS), Achilles (constructivist), Gold Chain (EPS), Bootleggers (Western), Blood Clot (dripping blood face), Hernandez (Latino style), The Order (spurred), Kuso, Pinche Muerte, Chingon, Nomad, Major Jackov, Sinner, Mayhem, Outlaw (Western), Absinthe, Zombie Headshot, Black Diamond, Alcazar, Eastern Star, El Librador (Cuban colonial style), Monniker, Her Majesty, Kobra, Dishonor, Ghetto Hawk, Kings Wrath, Fraternal, Wizard Taint, Rinzler (inspired by TRON), Dream Weave.

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Leonardo Di Lena
[Flanker (or: Studio di Lena)]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Lerfu
[Mark E. Shoulson]

Lerfu is Mark E. Shoulson's foundry located in Highland Park, NJ. Creator of a variety of fonts:

  • The Visible Speech Fonts in metafont and truetype cover a phonetic alphabet invented by Alexander Melville Bell (his son was Alexander Graham Bell). Bell was a teacher of the deaf (as was the younger Bell), and this alphabet was intended as an aid to teaching the deaf how to pronounce words. An example is VS MetaPlain PUA.
  • Marin, MarinCaps, MarinCapsItalic, MarinItalic: four free extensive phonetic truetype fonts made in 2004. They also cover Cyrillic, Greek and Hebrew.
  • Okuda: A metafont for "Okuda" orthography of pIqaD (Klingon language). This font was later modified by Olaf Kummer.
  • Gill Hebrew (2004, based on Gill Sans) and Shen (2004), both sold via Shoulson's foundry at MyFonts, called Lerfu.
  • Itonai (2005), a Hebrew version of Times New Roman, also sold via Lerfu.
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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 faces), 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). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lexandr

Lexandr is the designer of mCode15 (2003), a kana-influenced typeface. See also mCode (2003). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Liam Fish

Norwich, UK-based designer of the techno typeface Slant (2014). This typeface was developed during his studies at Norwich University of the Arts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Li'l Bits Startrek Font Pack

A 1992 Bitstream truetype font pack, downloadable here: Square721BT-RomanCondensed, Venetian301BT-Roman, StarTrekBT-Regular, StarTrekFilmBT-Regular, StarTrekPiBT-Regular, StarfleetBT-BoldExtended. [Google] [More]  ⦿

lineto
[Cornel Windlin]

Since 1994, Swiss type designer Cornel Windlin (b. 1964, Küsnacht) heads "lineto" in Zürich, with Stephan "Pronto" Mueller. Lineto is based in Küssnacht am Rigi, Switzerland. The foundry has grown in size and influence and includes work by many type designers. Windlin hiomself made these typefaces:

  • The old typewriter family FF Magda (1995) and its smooth versions, FF Magda Clean (1995) and FF Magda Clean Mono (1995). Noteworthy is the white-on-black FF Magda Cameo. See also Mono (2004, Lineto).
  • Airport (FontFont).
  • Dot Matrix (FontFont).
  • Experimental typefaces: In FUSE 10, Windlin designed the symbol font Robotnik, and at FUSE 7, he made Mogadishu. He alsi created FUSE Classic 1.
  • FF Watertower (1998-1999, stencil font).
  • Screen Matrix (1995, with Stephan Mueller, FontFont).
  • ThermoNuclear (1999).
  • Mono-book (1998).
  • Autoscape-Regular (1998).
  • Alpha Headline (1997, based on the British license plates).
  • FF Chernobyl (1998, from stenciled letters on the Chernobyl plant).
  • Lutz Headline (1997, derived from the lettering on British license plates).
  • Luggage Tag.
  • Gravur Condensed (1999, with Gilles Gavillet).
  • Cobra: a phenomenal geometric font combining ideas of kitchen tile and stencil fonts, made in 1996.
  • FF Moonbase Alpha (1991, part of FUSE 3).
  • With Gilles Gavillet, dated 1999: Pixel Crude, Pixel World, Vectrex (1999), Vectrex World (skyline dingbats), Liquid Crystal (1999), Supermax (1999). Pixel World and Vectrex World are free.

FontFont write-up. Fonts by designers. The Lineto collection has many beautiful trend-setting digital-look typewriter faces. From other designers:

  • Stephan Mueller: Regular (typewriter family), Valentine (typewriter family), Aveugle (Braille font, 1995), Parking, FF Gateway (1997), Grid (1996), Paragon, Batarde Coulee, Shuttle, FE Mittelschrift and FE Engschrift (1997), 104 (nice geometric font), FF Container, Bitmap-Condensed and Bitmap-Regular (1998), Office (Eurostile-like monospace, 1999).
  • Norm: Normetica (1999), Prima (1999), Simple.
  • Elektrosmog/Pierre Miedinger: Storno (1999, an interpretation of the numerals of an old Sharp cash register), Brauer. This was later developed into the six weights of LL Brauer Neue by Marco Walser and Philippe Desarzens. The Brauer Neue family (2006) has a copyright notice that refers to Elektrosmog, Valentin Hindermann, Marco Walser and Pierre Miedinger.
  • Nico Schweizer: Albroni (1992), Hoboken-High (1998, a US sports jersey font), Typ1451 (1999, sans family), Gigaflop (1999), Ultrateens (1999).
  • Martha Stutteregger: Number Two (1996), Lord (1996).
  • Jonas Williamsson: Biff (1999).
  • Urs and Juerg Lehni and Rafael Koch: Lego (1999).
  • Laurent Benner: Pez (1999).
  • Hansjakob Fehr: Deadtype (dingbats consisting of metal parts of a typewriter, 1999).
  • Masahiko Nakamura: Terminal One (1999).
  • James Goggin: Courier Sans (2001).
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Little Asian

UK-based designer of the artificial language typeface D9non-humans (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lmyena

Lmyena (or Albhed) is the designer of FFX Spiran (2005, based on lettering from Final Fantasy X) and FFX Yevon (2005, based on the artificial language of the Yevon in Final Fantasy X). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Loic Normand

Designer of OmikronOneMedium (1998), a star wars font. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lord Kyl's Medieval and Fantasy Fonts
[Robert D. Anderson]

Old URL. Another old URL. This was of the greatest archives, loaded with medieval and fantasy fonts, including many dingbats. Robert D. Anderson (aka Lord Kyl MacKay) scanned in many alphabets from "Medieval and Renaissance Alphabets" and created tens of beautiful historical fonts, and made them available free of charge: Anglo-Saxon 8th c, Battel Abbey 8th C, British Block Flourish 10th c, British Museum 14th c, British Outline Majuscules 10th c., Celtic Knot, Curved Majuscules 17th c., Decorated Majuscules 14th c., English Gothic 17th c, Floral Majuscules 11th c, German Blackletters 15th c, Gothic Leaf, Gothic Straight-Faced 18th c., Italian Cursive 16th c (GREAT!), Library of Minerva 9th c., Spanish Round Bookhand 16th c., Traditional Gothic 17th c, Vatican Rough Letters 8th c, Celtic Knot (caps), Gothic Leaf (caps font), Medieval Dingbats.

Alternate URL at TypOasis. Other archive categories: runic fonts, gothic, versals (initial caps), uncial, roman era, anglo-saxon.

Old URL. Dafont link. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Loshaj Foundry
[Burim Loshaj]

Burim Loshaj's Albanian typefoundry, Loshaj Foundry, was established in 2013. It later moved to Erie, PA.

His first typeface is the condensed octagonal Pillar (2013). In 2014, he designed the sci-fi typeface Interstellar (Latin, Greek and Cyrillic). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Lucas Palavecino

Buenos Aires-based designer of the great mechanical futuristic face Stoner Beat (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luke Breadon

Luke (b. 1987) is a graphic designer based in Sydney, who specializes in custom typography, brand identity and web design. Dafont link. Creator in 2009 of Liqueur, Origami, Bauhaus Two, Genome (futuristic) and Manufact (squarish), Breathe Slow, Streamline, Blockade, Like Luke, Interest, and Method. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Luke Sanders

Welshman, b. 1990, who created Arch Window (2012), an architectural font, and the Star Trak font 5 Star League (2013), which was meant for a snooker tournament. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lunicus

FontStructor who made Wolfcastle (2010, based on the logo of Wolfenstein) and Lunicus Downhill Line (2010, connected oblique futuristic face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Lydia Kraus

Lynchburg, VA-based creator of the sci-fi typeface Android (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Machine Molle

Techno fonts MMT_001 through MMT_006, made in 2005. Some have pixel influences. Based in Paris. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Madhatter

FontStructor who made the gridded typeface Cellular (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mads Rydahl
[Planet]

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MADType (mattdesmond.com)
[Matthew Desmond]

MADtype (est. 1996) is Matt Desmond's place in the type world. He has had a prolific career that started out with shareware fonts while Matt was at the Minneapolis Technical and Community College. His page back then said A haven for quality shareware type for the Mac. Later, Matt started mattdesmond.com, and co-founded the Test Pilot Collective (est. 1998 with Joseph Kral and Mike Cina). Many of his early faces were experimental and/or futuristic. In late 2003, mattdesmond.com disappeared, and MADtype, commercial now, resurfaced at the MyFonts site. Currently, Matt is based in Minnetnka, MN. He has also lived in Atlanta, GA, Fayetteville, GA, Rochester, NY, Redwood City, CA, and San Francisco, CA. His fonts can also be purchased via You Work For Them. He also does commissioned type design. Some fonts are freely available at the Google Font Directory.

Retail types as of 2011:

  • Abel (2011, Google Font Directory). Abel Pro was published in 2013.
  • Aldrich (2011). A Bank Gothic style face, free at OFL.
  • Amber (2000): kitchen tile face.
  • American Gothic (1998): squarish.
  • Audebaud (2010): a 19-th century style French Clarendon (wood type look). The design was inspired by the work of Constant Audebaud, an engraver of wooden type that was used for posters. Audebaud's work appeared in the 1880s in the Deux-Sèvres département of France.
  • Beat (1998): rounded OCR face.
  • Brauhaus (2004): Textura face.
  • Cagliostro (2011). A free font at Google Web Fonts that is based on the handlettering of Ozwald Cooper.
  • Curbdog (1998).
  • Desmond Text (1998): a roman that has features of University Roman.
  • Distill (2009): a De Stijl font that shouts 1920s.
  • Dunelm (1996): emulation of 17th century printing styles.
  • Dwiggins Deco (2009): This typeface was originally designed in 1930 by W.A. Dwiggins as the cover for the book "American Alphabets" by Paul Hollister. Only the 26 letters of the alphabet were included on the cover, so the rest of the numbers, punctuation, symbols, and accented characters have been crafted in a matching [art deco] style.
  • Findon (2007): stencil.
  • Futuristic category: ER9 (1999), KAH (2005, LCD style), Lunarmod (1997), Retron (1997; can be considered as a retro upright connected script as well), Shifty (1998).
  • Grunge category: Bulletin (1997), Gothico Antiqua (1999), Rubba (1997), Stomper (1997--a rubber stamp font), Zapatista (1998-2007).
  • Handwriting, handprinting category: Casino Hand (2005), Ghouliez (1996), Handegypt (2002---hand-drawn slab serif), Handy Sans (1997, hand-drawn sans), Joppa (1997), Pufficlaude BT (1998).
  • Hessian (2009): Tuscan style wood type.
  • Hydrochlorica (2004): organic.
  • Invoice (1997).
  • Ironside Crosses (2004): dingbat face.
  • Marble Roman (2004-2009): angular roman all caps type.
  • Matterhorn (2013). A 9-style sans family created with Michael Cina for Disney. Not to be confused with the many retail typefaces that are also called Matterhorn, such as Paratype's PT Matterhorn (1993) and Treacyfaces' TF Matterhorn (1990s).
  • Pacioli or Luca Pacioli Caps (2007: emulating a mathematically constructed caps font by Pacioli (1509) published in his treatise De divina proportione.
  • Pixel category: Basis (1999), Mang (1997).
  • Plenti (2004): ultra plump.
  • Quantico (2007): octagonal.
  • Stencil category: Bandoleer (2009, +Tracer: a couple of stencil fonts with art deco and army influences), Madison (2007, slab serif stencil), Mercado (2005; has a non-stencil Mercado Sans).
  • Variable (2004-2010): a sans-serif monoline typeface that includes ultra thin weights.
  • Vexed (2005): sketched face.
  • Wolfsburg (2007): blackletter stencil.
  • Wooddale (1999): wood type emulation.

Free types as of 2010: Marble Roman, Environ regular, Dorkbutt, Europa, Exsect, Inthacity, Liquidy Bulbous, Lustria (2012, Google Web Fonts), Stomper.

Commissioned types: 77kids (2007, for the children's brand; the sketched faces were done with Justin Thomas Kay), AE Aerie (2005-206, American Eagle Outfitters), AE Newburgh (2005-206, American Eagle Outfitters), AE Summer Fonts (2007, all for American Eagle Outfitters), EEL Futura (2006, for Enjoying Everyday Life), Nike World Cup (2006), Virgin America (2006).

Orphaned types that disappeared or were planned but never executed: BrotherMan, Caprice, Convolve, HipstersDelight, Lugubrious, ModestaSmallCaps, Serifity, Skitzoid, Sliver, ThrowupSolid, Auresh (1998, futuristic; Test Pilot Collective), Kcap6 (1998, with Cina; Test Pilot Collective), Epiphany (1997; Test Pilot Collective), Testacon (with Kral and Cina; Test Pilot Collective), Civicstylecom (1999; Test Pilot Collective), Lutix (1998; Test Pilot Collective), Xerian (1997; Test Pilot Collective), Swoon, Furtive (2004, a sans), the display typeface Flathead (2004), the blackletter typeface Bahn (2004), Mesotone BT (2006, Bitstream, a monoline sans), Practical (a monoline connec script, planned in 2007 but not published), Poliphili (planned in 2007, as a revival of an Aldus/Griffo font), Wutupdo (1996, Garage Fonts), GFDesmond (Garage Fonts), Drone, Golden Times (2014, a corporate small caps typeface for the University of Minnesota), Vapiano (2014: hand-printed typeface for Vapiano International).

Behance link.

View Matt Desmond's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Magnus Åström

Designer of the futuristic font Alpha Base Slanted, and of the fat-lettered Dinky. Also did Filur and Klopstock Normal. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Manfred Klein
[Aliens and space]

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Maniac Man

Designer who used FontStruct in 2009 to make the futuristic typeface Intergalactic. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maniackers Design (or: MKS)
[Masayuki Sato]

About 150 free original fonts by Masayuki Sato (from Futaba, Japan), over half of them pixel fonts. For most fonts, he has a Latin alphabet (denoted by AL) and a katakana alphabet (denoted by KT). Some also have a hiragana version (denoted by HR). All fonts were made between 1998 and 2009.

  • By Masayuki Sato&Tsuyoshi Nagae: Merumo-AL, KT, PonyPony-AL, KT, HR, Topo-AL, TM Extended-AL / 2Type, MinnanoUta-AL, KT, HR, Seele-AL / 2Type, Robin-AL, Peco-AL, KT, Honey-AL, Blur-AL.
  • By Masayuki Sato&Eri Nagae: Stitch-AL.
  • By Masayuki Sato&T. Waka: Chihuahua-AL, KT, HR / 3Type.
  • By Masayuki Sato&Mami Kobayashi: Alphabet Man, Detroit Type City-AL, Foood-AL, KT, Pokupoku-AL, KT, HR, Ball2-AL, Box2-AL, Button2-AL, Xtal-AL, KT, HR, Ikaho-AL, KT, MD Radiogram-KT, HR, Nepon-AL.
  • By Mami Kobayashi: Ikaho-HR, TypeCantabile-KT, Kotodama-KT, Sandy-AL / 2Type, Yonimofushigina-AL, KT, Cloooud-AL, Yonimofushigina-HR, Timber-AL,KT, HR, Sunday-AL / 3Weight, Hyonnakotokara-AL, KT, HR.
  • By Eiji Sunaga: Tanrei 2.0-KT.
  • By Junya Yamada (Channel 67): Drip-KT, Bobo-AL.
  • By Masayuki Sato&Junya Yamada: Maniac 2-AL, KT.
  • By Atsushi Moda: Angle.
  • By Shinji Naka: Typobokan katakana (at least, the graphics of this comic book style font were by Shinji Naka).
  • By Masakazu Fukushima: Lucha-doll mask (a fantastic mask dingbat font).
  • By Atsuko Onozato: Pazool.
  • By Malte Haust of Bionic Systems: DorisOrange.
  • By André Nossek: Collage Rmx-AL, Hard Rmx-AL.
  • By Masayuki Sato&Hiroko Takiguchi: Holiday Bitmap14-AL, Holiday Ultra-AL, KT, HR, Holiday Bold-AL, KT, HR, Holiday-AL, KT, HR, Holiday-illust, Holiday Tategaki-KT, HR, Holiday-MDJP03 / 2Byte, Holiday-MDJP02, Ribbontic 2.0-AL.
  • By Masayuki Sato and Masashi Kato: Pico (2009, rounded comic book style).
  • By Masashi Kato&Mayucco: Yakitori-AL, KT, HR / 2Byte.
  • By Masayuki Sato&Ryo Asoda: Wallpainting-AL, Cosmic-AL, Bellows-AL, KT.
  • By Masayuki Sato&Kaori Inada: Sennin-AL.
  • By Masayuki Sato&Shizuka Yamazaki: SwingingBird-AL, KT, HR.
  • By Masayuki Sato&Junichi Omi: Omiyage-AL, KT, HR.
  • By Masayuki Sato&Rollingcradle: Poranger-AL, Lucha doll-mask.
  • By Masayuki Sato&Omnikono: Gt informat-AL, KT.
  • By Masayuki Sato: Donki-KT (2010), Cherry-Cherry KT (2010), 239 Schablone-AL (2010), RBIO-AL (2010), FSB08 Klang-AL (2010), 224 MKSD-AL (2010), 223 MKSD-AL (2010), 235MKSD (2009, thin octagonal), Nepon-KT, Nepon-HR, Monday-AL / 3Type, Childish-AL, KT, HR, Volt-AL, KT, HR, Gavadon Ultra-KT, Building 2-AL, KT, Gachapon 2-KT, CinemaMa-AL, KT, HR, Skinny-AL, Magatama-AL, Astro 3.0-AL, KT, 160MKSD-AL, KT, TypoBokan-KT (3DCG), Lunch-KT, HR, Partner-AL / 3Type, Pico Super Ultra Bold-AL, 096MKSD-Synapse-AL, Millennium 5lines-AL, Tekuteku Round-AL, Warp-AL, Cherry Cherry-KT, Donki-KT, 078MKSD Medium Con-AL, Poco-AL, Temporary Extra-AL, 071MKSD Medium-AL, KT, 071MKSD Bold-AL, KT, Paco-AL, Collage-AL, Zerozero Nine-AL, KT, HR, Finger Five-AL, Electronica Nine-AL, Drifter Five-AL, Ultra Seven-AL / 3Type, Thaitype Ten-Thai, AL, KT, Gogo Five 2.0-AL, System Seven-AL / 7Type, 201MKSD-AL / 4Type, Fluorescent-AL / 2Type, FSB07 Astra-AL, KT, HR / 4Type, Nihonbashi 2.0-AL, KT, 176MKSD-AL, Continue-AL, Spaghettini-AL / 3Type, Pinponpan2, 3, 4-HR / 3Type, Pico-AL / 2Type, Kokecco2-KT, Charakyoro-AL, Coppepan-AL, KT, HR, Sardinen-KT, HR, Hachipochi Eight-AL, KT, Janis Heavy-AL, Futaba-KT, April Fool-AL, KT, HR, Arawasu-KT, Airline-AL, KT, HR, Astro 2.0-KT, Snail-AL, KT, Akachan-AL, KT, HR (Flop Design), Dorisorange-AL, KT (T26), Parade20-AL, KT, UFOnt-51silhouette, Rabbit35-silhouette, Dog30-Silhouette, Coil-AL, KT / 3Type, Frankfurter Custum Black-AL, COLOR-AL, Fivemani-AL, KT, Astroro-AL, KT, Puco-AL, 184MKSD Omnibus-AL, Alfadental-AL, FSB08 Klang-AL, KT / 3Type, TDA140607-AL, Shotaro V3-AL, KT, Colopocle-AL, KT, Melt-AL / 3Type, Tekuteku-AL, Crayon-AL, Digits-AL, Performar-AL, Pinponpan-HR, Airplane 2.0-AL, KT, Button-AL, Ball-AL, Box-AL, OLD CUBE-AL, Elekitel-HR, Retroket-AL, MKS Dot-AL, RikuKaiKu-Illust, Angle-AL, FontRemix 02 (36-kanji dingbat font). Font Pavilion sells these fonts: Building, Gavadon (kata), Volt (romaji, kata), Colopocle (katakana, romaji), Shotaro (katakana, romaji). Typo Bokan, Sennin, Snail. At Digitalogue, he published the screen font series Zerozero in 2000.
Abstractfonts link. Fontspace link. Artistic rendering of a kanji character. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Manuel Ramos

Based in Valencia, Spain-based and born in Madrid in 1969, Manuel Ramos is the creator of these free and commercial typefaces in 2012: Astralia (oblique monoline sans), Datura (upright unconnected script), Humana (fat finger face), Fantastica (hairline), Cristal, Vernissage (display face), Humate (thin script), Graff, Retorica (an elegant wide techno face), Arsone (graffiti font), Future, Artesana, Subatomic, Aura (caps only), Radiance (thin face), Romantica, Alameda (an Arabic simulation typeface that conjures up Granada), Abstracta (textured techno face), Understand (an elegant lachrymal typeface), Metropolis (a stiletto typeface), Aritmetica (angular), Regard (hairline display face), Artistica (art deco), Iniciatica (bilined), Isabel (bilined caps-only face), Regard (hairline), Glubgraff (graffiti), Graffont (graffiti font), Extraterrestrial, Expresiva, Rotorica (spiky), Passion (a hairline avant-garde typeface), Infinita (hairline avant-garde sans), Cosmonautica (fashion mag typeface with just capitals; also called Eternal), New World (thin octagonal), Modes (condensed and straight-edged), Lavande, Modesta (thin octagonal) and Garbage.

Typefaces from 2013: Transient, Evaow, Stella, Oval, Koda, Amaral (a technical pencil font), Astralasia.

Typefaces from 2014: Radiance (avant garde), Alameda (Arabic simulation face), Datura (hand-printed), Valerie, Akasic, Destiny, Ensure (a casual sans), Exacta, Oldskool.

Dafont link. Fontspace link. Behance link. Old URL.

View Manuel Ramos's commercial typefaces. Newer Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

MapSymbs.com
[Tom N. Mouat]

British military man (Major) Tom Mouat designed military dingbat fonts. MapSymbs are NATO APP-6 and the new APP-6a military map marking symbols made up as embeddable TrueType Fonts. Free truetype fonts: CIRILICA---B-H, CIRILICA-SS-B-H, LATINICA---B-H, LATINICA-SS-B-H, Map-Symbol-NATO-EnBde, Map-Symbol-NATO-EnBk, Map-Symbol-NATO-EnBn, Map-Symbol-NATO-EnCoy, Map-Symbol-NATO-EnD&C, Map-Symbol-NATO-EnPl, Map-Symbol-NATO-EnRgt, Map-Symbol-NATO-EnSct, Map-Symbol-NATO-EnSqd, Map-Symbol-NATO-Pl, Map-Symbol-NATO-Section, Map-Symbol-NATO-Squad, Map-Symbols-NATO-Army, Map-Symbols-NATO-ArmyGp, Map-Symbols-NATO-Bde&Regt, Map-Symbols-NATO-Bde, Map-Symbols-NATO-Blank, Map-Symbols-NATO-Bn, Map-Symbols-NATO-Corps, Map-Symbols-NATO-Coy, Map-Symbols-NATO-Div&Co, Map-Symbols-NATO-Div, Map-Symbols-NATO-Eqpt, Map-Symbols-NATO-Misc, Map-Symbols-NATO-Misc4716, Map-Symbols-NATO-Pl, Map-Symbols-NATO-Regt, Map-Symbols-NATO-Sect, Map-Symbols-NATO-Squad, MapSym-EN-Air-APP6a, MapSym-EN-Land-APP6a, MapSym-EN-Sea-APP6a, MapSym-FR-Air-APP6a, MapSym-FR-Land-APP6a, MapSym-FR-Sea-APP6a, MapSym-NK-Air-APP6a, MapSym-NK-Land-APP6a, MapSym-NK-Sea-APP6a, MapSym-NU-Air-APP6a, MapSym-NU-Land-APP6a, MapSym-NU-Sea-APP6a, Mapsym--Draft-G5, Mapsym--Engineer, Mapsym--FM101-5-1-Gen, Mapsym--NATO-Logsymb, Mapsym--NATO-Tools, Mapsymbs--German-WW2, Mapsymbs--WD-MapIcons2, Mapsymbs--WD-Napoleonic, Milpics-Generic, Milpics-Generic4716, Miltrain-Generic, NATOKit, Planes-S-Modern, PlanesTModern, SoldierWW2, Space-MarinePersonnel, Specsym, StarWarsKit, Soviet-Kit, Tanks-WW2. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marc Beekhuis

Freelance Swiss designer (b. Bern, 1978) who graduated in 2004 in visual communication from the Hochschule de Künste in Bern. Creator of the typefaces 3x3-block, 3x3-flat, 3x3-italic, 3x3-outline, 3x3 (2001) and Rotor (2003, sans). He also made Radion (2006), a minimalist futuristic typeface. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marco Antonio Sanz Molleda

Osaka, Spain-based designer of the techno typefaces Okinawa (2014) and Mikamatic (2013). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marco Labastida

Tijuana, Mexico-based designer of the sci-fi typeface Typeline (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Marconi G. Lima
[TypeFolio Digital Foundry]

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Maria Martina Schmitt

Born in Vienna in 1950. Her CV says that she worked for ten years with the "United States Information Agency" in both Austria and the United States, and was involved in various writing systems (so... is this our first type designer cum spy?). Freelance designer since 1998. Designer of Airam LT (2002-2003, Linotype) and Quartan (2004, Linotype, an industrial even futuristic unicase family).

FontShop link. Klingspor link. Linotype link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Marisa Ranalli

Marisa Ranalli is the Canadian designer of the alien writing font Irken (2002). Page at Devian Tart. Irken is also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mark Carnival

Graphic designer in Philadelphia, PA, who created the sci-fi typeface Comet Sans (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mark Carroll

San Francisco-based designer of the sci-fi typeface Hyperion (2012).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mark E. Shoulson
[Lerfu]

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Mark F. Heiman

Mark F. Heiman made Battlestar (1996), GalacticaBats (1997), Galactican, and Village [1994; about which he says: This font was designed to closely resemble that used in the cult TV classic "The Prisoner," created by and starring Patrick McGoohan. The letterforms are mostly based on the Albertus typeface, with a few exceptions].

Another URL. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mark William Law

Canadian designer. Devian Tart link. Creator of the futuristic techno typeface Neutro Nation (2005). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Markus Ernst
[Artoftype]

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Markus Ernst
[Markus Ernst Typografischer Gestalter]

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Markus Ernst Typografischer Gestalter
[Markus Ernst]

Swiss graphic and type designer Markus Ernst did an internship with Bruno Maag in London in 2003, and set up Artoftype, where he created Screenhorn (free pixel face), 1873 (free eroded face), Deep Space (2002, URW, writing that aliens would use?), Sepultura ((2003, URW, gravestone writing?), and Courier-Variationen. He also made corporate type for K-Tipp and Blick. Ernst is based in Zürich. URW++ link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Martin Bengtsson
[Alpha Quantum]

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Martin Fewell
[Fewell Foundry]

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Mary C.

German designer who lives in Huerth. Creator of the runic Stargate font High Antarian (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Masayuki Sato
[Maniackers Design (or: MKS)]

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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]  ⦿

Matirasa

Yogyakarta, Indonesia-based designer. He created the masculine typeface Venderburg (2011), the techno typeface Weekend Warrior (2011), Irisan Slice (2011, experimental), and Headplane (techno). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Matt Pfingsten

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

Matthew Desmond
[MADType (mattdesmond.com)]

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Matthew Tyndall
[Dismantle Destroy]

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Mauricio Malacay

Mexican designer of the circle-inspired typeface Alien Lines (2008), and the angry Street Voice (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Max Callaghan

Leeds, UK-based creator the sci-fi typeface STR (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Maxim Avdeev
[Amazingmax]

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Mean Tangerine
[Tyler Young]

Pixel foundry run by Calgary, Alberta-based designer Tyler Young. He is the creator of the kitchen tile pixel typeface Trixie&Blinker (2004, pixel versions of kitchen tile letters), the pixel typeface Slim (2006, very readable!), the pixel typeface Minus (2005), the dot matrix family Soda (2005), the pixel typeface Consist, the pixel typeface Tex Standard 7 (2007), the script pixel typeface Katie (2005), the futuristic display faces Flipper (2004), Atom (2003), Nuetron (2003, "inspired by Andreas Lindholm's industrial work"), the pixel faces Fredman (2004), Checker (2004), Belleville (2004), Errata Properus (2003), Dorothy (2003), Dope (2004, pixel font), Khaki (2004, pixel family), Commence (2004, pixel family), Biceps (2004, pixel family) and Rolos ( (2002-2003), Shale Modern (2003, pixel face), Arc Classic, Astromo 2017, Chip Classic, Chip Modern, Astromo 2018, Biceps, Bri++LeModern, Celophane Classic, Chain, Chain Unicase, Chaos, Clarus, Clarus even, Clarus Hi, Clarus Lo, Cursor, Disclosure, Dope Classic, Dope Short, Dorothy, Electron Classic, Gumdrop Bubble (2002-2003), Ice Classic, Montessa, Money Narrow, Resolution, Roma, Roma Mini, Screen Sans, Screen serif, Sheriff's Girl Tight, Troy, and Raster (2004). He also runs Tyler Young Creative, an impossible site that does not display at all on my browser. Their 142-font library can be had for 100 dollars. Elsewhere, we read that he is located in Santa Cruz, CA. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Megami Studios
[Rob Barba]

Rob Barba (b. 1971, Los Angeles) (Megami Studios, est. 2004) is the Washington, DC-based designer of these free fonts in 2008: Gauche Display (script), Orthotopes (fat, slightly rounded, and gorgeous), Vocaloid (geometric sans), Vocaloid Oblique, Voynich. In 2009, he made Reaver.

At MyFonts, one can buy Voynich, Reaver, Orthotopes, Semiautonomous Subunit Clade (2009, sci-fi), Gauche Display (2010), American Sensation (2010, a techno family), Onigiri (2012), and Shibuya Dancefloor (2009, a techno family), Une Nuit Parisienne (2010, a techno family), Xero (2010, a sans family with irregular stroke widths).

Dafont link. Some time in 2009, their fonts went commercial and their address changed to Ashburn, VA.

In 2013, they published the cartoonish family Pennywhistle.

Fontspace link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Melissa DeHaan

Canadian comic artist who calls herself Wayward Insecticon. Home page. Designer of the techno font Transformers AEC (2005), created by scanning a logo off a Cybertron toy box. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Melissa Lapadula

Aussie graphic designer from Melbourne who made the experimental fonts Tetris Quadrate (2007), Organic Space (2007) and 90 Flinders Street (2007). In 2008, she created the hand-printed type family Free Will and the futuristic techno family Road Trip. Also in 2008, her condensed poster family New Moon and the Railway Point family saw the light. She also does custom type. MyFonts link. She has a Bachelors in visual communication from Monash (2000) and a diploma of arts from RMIT (1997). Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Mic Rogers

Mic Rogers (Philadelphia, PA) graduated in 2016 from Atlanta's Georgia State University with a degree in Art. He created these typefaces in 2014: Zerone (techno typeface), Bastic 4.5 (hand-printed), Prime Cru (thin techno stencil), and Marathon (LED emulation). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Basso

Graphic designer and illustrator in Brescia, Italy, who created the counterless typeface Sohri in 2013. In 2014, he added the sci-fi typeface Ski-Fi. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Buzzell

Designer of Alpha Centauri (1998), done at Firaxis Games Inc. The font is a techno-style adaptiation of Arial. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael H. Lee
[Omega Design]

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Michael Hernan
[FontGroup]

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Michael Jarboe
[Reserves (or: AE Type)]

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Michael Kress's homepage

A zip file with 90 Startrek fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Leary

Designer at and cofounder of the Galapagos Design Group. Coauthor of Leary, M., Hale, D.&Devigal A., Web Designer's Guide to Typography (Indianapolis: Hayden Books, 1997).

Hinting specialist. Designed the Startrek font Galaxy at Bitstream. He began his career more than 20 years ago at Compugraphic Corp. where he was part of the team that developed the Intellifont scalable font format. Leary also developed typefaces while working at Bitstream. His wide range of expertise includes typographic hinting and international font development. In 2004, he joined Agfa Monotype. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Michael Muranaka

San Salvador-based designer (b. 1985) of the thin slab typeface Espacio (2011), the monoline extended sans typeface Añejo (2011), the playful Antelope (2011), the razor blade-themed Font Interrupted (2011), the sci-fi typeface Cerebro (2011), the headline sans Jenkins (2011), the stencil typeface Mura Knockout (2011), which can be downloaded from Dafont.

He also made Diminuto (2011, monoline slabby face), Wednesday (2011, gridded), Diamante (2011, elliptical architectural sans face), 50 Blizzards (2011, stencil face), Kiona (2011, headline caps face), the geometric logotype New Drop Era (2011), the angular typeface A Brand New Day Midnight (2011), Catman (2011), Lowery (2011), and the tattoo font Slayer Dragon (2011). Naomis Citadel (2011) is a font comissioned by author Rick Austinson for his upcoming Consecution Books series. Ocho Siete (2011) and La Quince de Mayra (2011) are hairline sans faces. Ciudad Nueva Caps (2011) is a geometric avant garde caps face. Home page. Mariko Chan (2011) is a soft rounded and friendly monoline display sans. Alto Voltaje (2011) is also a monoline typeface but its sharp corners make it much more threatening.

Typefaces from 2012: Bad Handwriting, Sessions, Gorila (sic) (techno sans), Daiichi (hairline elliptical sans), Elite Hacker Corroded, Impalinger (hand-printed).

In 2013, he made Dolce Vita (avant garde sans), Blackbook Two, Giorgio (organic sans), Blackbook One (graffiti face), Tokyo Pop Star.

Typefaces from 2014: Tranquila (grungy), Blackbook 3rd (graffiti brush face), Bobby Corwin, Outlier (sci-fi face).

Dafont link. Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michael Wallner
[The Type Fetish]

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Michael Woodcock

Michael Woodcock (Edinburgh, Scotland) designed the display typeface family Cube Age in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Michal Nowak
[Neoqueto]

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Michel Welfringer
[AP Fonts]

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Mickey Bardava

Graduate of the National Institute of Design, India and a self-taught photographer, who made the experimental gridded typeface X1 Display (2010). Graphic designer in Kota, India, who graduated from the National Institute of Design, India, and a self-taught photographer. He created the Peignotian faces Macchiato (2011) and Retro Display (2010), the grungy Destructype (2011), the texture typeface GRID-X (2011), and the clean sans typeface Skeletal (2011). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mikael Jacobsson

Designer of the futuristic font Aurora Borealis. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mike E. Webb

Designer of Aurabesh. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mike Gaines
[Mondo Graphix from Mike Gaines]

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mike77

FontStructor who made the alien font Abducted (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mikolaj Pasinski

Polish designer of the futuristic faces Deltafonte (2004), Ryszard (2004). He also made the handwriting faces Gleitpfad (2004) and Glidepath (2004), the informal printing typeface Mikolajf (2004), and the kitchen tile typeface Hopscotch (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Minhocossauro Tipografia
[Paulo Caparica Junior]

Architect and designer in Sao Paulo, who created Cogumelo (2014), a retro futuristic unicase typeface.

Fontspring link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Mondo Graphix from Mike Gaines
[Mike Gaines]

Mike Gaines is the Corvallis, Oregon-based designer of mainly scanbat typefaces such as Monster Party, Udeman (1998), Sunnydale (2001), Tabloid One, Tabloid Two, Thundercats Ho, TNGcast, ForcedReentry (2000), Conan, Jay Leno, Rosie O, Quotidian, Xcast, Herc/xena, Tcatsho, JCdux, Phlegmy Kilmister, PrimeDetective (StarTrek dingbats), and Sankavyn. The place to go for drawings of celebrities, especially female movie and TV stars (Sankavyn) and male movie stars and celebrities (U de Man).

In 2013, he designed the scanbat typeface Sunnydale and the mini-stencil typeface Lou Gramm (based on the logotype of the band Foreigner).

Dafont link. Fontreactor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Monica Maccaux

Graphic designer in Los Angeles, who is pursuing an MFA in Graphic Design at Otis College of Art & Design in 2012. She created a few experimental typefaces in 2012, such as String Theory, Weird (a unicase typeface done with Sybille Hagmann; some initial work was done using FontStruct), Spoked (designed for a web site to promote bicycle awareness), and Triathlon (an organic typeface for triathletes, developed for her thesis project at Otis), and Weird (2011, experimental).

In 2013, she designed Kryptonian Script for Warner Bros' Man of Steel.

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Mr. Koumana

Creator of the octagonal typeface Saturn 5 (2011). [Google] [More]  ⦿

MusaWorkLab

Raquel Viana, Paulo Lima and Ricardo Alexandre form the Lisbon-based collective of graphic designers called MusaWorkLab. Creators of the sci-fi typeface Musa 600 (2012, HypeForType). [Google] [More]  ⦿

MyFonts: Futuristic fonts

Top futuristic fonts at MyFonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

MyFonts: Space age typefaces

Space age typefaces, as selected from the MyFonts library. [Google] [More]  ⦿

MyFonts: Star Trek fonts

Typefaces on the theme of Star Trek. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nacho Peón

Mexican designer of the hookish Coatl, Dolorosa, Incompleta, the gothic typeface Mexican Gothic, Semisans, Tacubaya, Telerisa (a free sans face), the futuristic Zaz, the angry poster typeface Bolivar and the hookish faces Bump and Antibump, mentioned here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nariko

Designer of the runes/futuristic/trekkie font Unown (2001). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nate Halley
[Total Font Geek]

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Nathan Barry

Designer in 2000 for Ignition Management of the (free) Oasis font for use by the music group Oasis.

See also here. See also here and here. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nathan Brown
[Graphic Monkee]

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Nathan Caldecott

UK-based designer. Creator of Ruba (2009-2013, FontStruct), Shanghai (2009), Beijing (2009, rounded octagonal), Beijing Redux, French Electric (2009, a horizontally striped techno face), Team Icaras (2009, futuristic font based on the logo and slogan 'Flying High' for Icaras, a team in the Wipeout series), Intercorp II (2009, techno), Team Feisar (2009-2013, a futuristic font based on the logo and slogan 'The Future Is Euro' for Feisar, a team in the Wipeout series), Team Goteki 45 Font (2009-2013, a futuristic font based on the logo and slogan 'Future Proof' for Goteki 45, a team in the Wipeout series), Xiaku (2009, a techno oriental simulation face), Cutting Edge (2009, poster font), Y.Vlone (2009, techno), Team Qirex (2009, a FontStruct font based on the logo and slogan 'High Speed Revolution' for Qirex, a team in the Wipeout series), and WipeoutHD (2009, techno). Serif Neu (2009) is constructivist. More fonts basded on Wipeout series, all made in 2009, and most but not all based on FontStruct: Team Icaras [also called In Its Right Place, copyright "tople"], Empire, Multiplex, Piranha. Intercorp (2009, +Redux; made with FontStruct) is a futuristic font based in some of The Designer's Republic work. Zeta (2009, FontStruct; +Zeta Redux, 2013) is based on the futuristic logo for Sylva, a fictional company in the Wipeout series. In 2009, he also made a series of blocky fonts such as The Elements Fire, The Elements Water, the Elements Air, and The Elements Earth.

Creations in 2010: Itralia (Lalte, Fitra, Trale: retro, art deco), Alba (angular sans family), Cancranacancarnaca, Intliga family (FontStruct; octagonal), Kiki (geometric family), Chrome (constructivist), Ieil.

Typefaces made in 2012: Arctik (a free sans family in 9 weights).

Typefaces from 2013: Cutting Edge Lightspeed, Cacranacancaraca, Shanghai (techno), Beijing (rounded octagonal face), Beijing Redux, Intercorp Redux (techno), Goteki 45 (octagonal Japo-techno face), Wipeout HD, Wipeout HD Fury (sci-fi, octagonal), Cutting Edge, Qirex, New York.

Typefaces from 2014: Atrian (sans).

Dafont link. Home page. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nathan Histed

Designer of the futuristic typeface TLC Fan Mail (2002). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nauan Gustavo

Nauan Gustavo (or Darkkinder) is a Brazilian youngster (b. 1991), who created a few nice free typefaces, such as Engine (2007, an all-caps display face), WitchCraft (2007, gothic), Scribble (2007), Robotization (2006, futuristic), Alienable Halloween (2006, scary), TheMachine (2006), Alien Earth (2006, scary futuristic) and Future Font (2006, also eerie in style). [Google] [More]  ⦿

nazlfrag

FontStructor who made many fonts, including the unicase typeface Nerug (2010, based on the futuristic logo of the TV show Gruen Transfer), the Stringbead family (2010), Silicon Neon Straight (2010), Therlea (2010, an angular fat didone face), Globus (white on black), Miagan (pixel face), Mertinal (2010: a graph theory face), Xharon (2010: a techno stencil), Deebee Dee (2010: like Futura Black), Logoremix (kitchen tile face), Logoremix Thin, Ragett, Ells Split Peas, Barowin, Desert Bean (floral face), Tonkted (knotted face), Belumt, Plink (blocky futuristic face).

Typefaces from 2011: Recused, Recused 3x3, Trec Funch (an artsy stencil face), Tied Lance, Curdevic. [Google] [More]  ⦿

NC Empire

Tokyo, Japan-based creator (b. 1987) of the sci-fi typeface Operation (2014). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

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

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Neil Patel
[Greyletter]

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NEOCry

Designer of the futuristic athletic lettering typeface TrackMania (2005). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Neoqueto
[Michal Nowak]

Michal Nowak (b. 1994, aka Neoqueto) is the Koszalin, Poland-based designer who used FontStruct in 2009 to make the horizontal stripe typeface Mastercore (+Laddered), Cut The Paper (arched face), Vision Division (techno), Axis (condensed pixel face), PixelIconix (emoticons), Mionta (2010, futuristic; FontStruct), Stencil 4000 (2010, FontStruct), Auricom (futuristic), Vision Of Division, the broken marble typeface Sector 017 (grunge---followed in 2011 by Sector 034), Tetraminos, Sinclair Logo, the beveled Mekotek, Pictograms Audio, and the extended square typeface Mechion.

In 2010, he created the computer game fonts ET Pixel Mark 1, 2 and 3, as well as the techno fonts Sinclair Logo, 4KSTNCL (techno stencil), LDR Dream (futuristic), LDR HAET (counterless), LDR#2, LDR#3, LDR#6, LDR Manufacture (circle-based geometric face), DOT/LED Scope and DOT/LED Illumination. Monolithic is modular to the extreme. Safe Plastelina (2010) is a soft experimental face.

In 2011, he added LDR Hexatron, LDR #8, Sector 034, Microfuture (octagonal sci-fi face) and Hexample LDR (hexagonal).

Typefaces from 2013: Walker Bot LDR, Synthek LDR, Kleen Blades LDR, Scary Glyphs & Nice Characters, LDR#1, nakki LDR, Tegma, Segment Rush LDR, LDR Hextaron, LDR Kaet, Spray Me (stencil), Terminal LDR, Proto LDR, Sampa LDR, Kasual Bloks LDR, Drum and Bass LDR, Pink Has Gone Extinct, Darktech LDR (stencil face), Affection LDR, Hextremum LDR, Hexotic LDR.

Typefaces from 2014: Mapper Kit, Charmest (horizontally striped), Corruptor Clean LDR, Corruptor LDR, Critical Mass LDR, 2589 LDR, LDR2, Eurosteal (+big Caps: modeled after Eurostile), Mapper Kit (dingbats), She Stole The Night (multilined art deco font), Track Mania (based on an online racing game by Nadeo).

Most of his typefaces are modular and can be categorized as techno or sci-fi.

Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nestra's Star Trek Voyager page

StarTrek font archive run by "Nestra" out of Belgium. One font zip file of almost 3MB will help your Startrek font collection. [Google] [More]  ⦿

netgoblin

Sevastopol, Ukraine-based creator (b. 1989) of the sci-fi typefaces Queen of Melbourne (2013, octagonal, mechanical FontStruct font), and HTML5 Shield (2012, FontStruct). [Google] [More]  ⦿

New Aurabesh Starwars font
[Peter Schuster]

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

Nick and Adam Hayes
[Identikal Foundry]

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Nick Curtis
[Nick Curtis: retro futuristic and techno faces]

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Nick Curtis: retro futuristic and techno faces
[Nick Curtis]

Retro futurism and purely futuristic or techno faces by Nick Curtis include Aerovias Brasil NF (2011, based on a 1948 timetable by the airline), BulwarkNF (2003, free), CircuitBoredNF (based on this lettering by Rick Griffin), Drive-ThruNF (based on Leslie Cabarga's drive-in sign for "Betty Boop's Drive-In"), DriveThruCapital, Oo Boodlio Doo NF (2011, after Freeman Craw's 1961 face, Ad Lib), SpaceCadetNF, SpacePatrol ("a little bit of Jetsons"), and SpondulixNF (2003, based on this poster for an Erte exhibition---it is a 3d shadow face). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Nick Polyarush
[Alteran X]

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Nicki Throndsen
[Throndsen]

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Nicolas Gazut

Graphic designer and illustrator in Nantes, France. Behance link.

Creator of the sci-fi / paper fold typeface Oribinary (2012)i and of the floriated decorative typeface Bloom (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nidhi Singh Rathore

Graduate in Visual Communication, National Institute of Design, who is located in Ahmedabad, India. Creator of the sci-fi typeface Vyang (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Nik

American designer (b. 1991) of Ancient Stargate (2006), an artificial script used by the ancients on Stargate. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Niko Design Works (was: 643 Double Play Combi)
[Shiroishi Tetsuya]

Shiroishi Tetsuya is the main type designer at Niko Design Works (which was 643 Double Play Combi): he created these free Latin and kana fonts: Niko Stamp (2008), Doremi, Hokuo, Treering (2006, multiline display face), Peeton, HanaHana (2006, a simple sans), SampleFont, Tenderheart (sans), Loop (2-line sans), Ger (2004, stencil), Tette Bitmap (2004, pixel face), Tomoro (2004), Hankul (2003), Caramel (2005), Oioi (2005), Panda (2005, multiline sans), Orecle DB (2004, techno, not free), Heart (2004), Glasses (2004, scratchy handwriting), Score (2004, pixel face), Sweeeet (2004, liquid), Ipop (2004, simple sans), Tette (2004, Bank Gothic lookalike), Disco (2005, condensed sans display family), Mamichan (2005, children's handwriting), Smile Smile (2005), ShinAkitsu Salon (2005), Zansin (2005), Clover (2005), Miscellaneous Good (2004, clean sans), Spacewalk (2005, futuristic), Air (2005, artsy). This site also has free typefaces by

  • Mami Kanbayashi (2003-2004, Mamichan--a child's handwriting).
  • Shiho Okada (2004, Kawaiippoi).
  • Martha (2004, Martha---a handwriting face).
  • Chie Hirano (2005, Smile Smile--a comic book family), Potteri (hand-printed).
  • Aki Maruyama (2004, Fittonia--a handwriting face).
  • Iccicoron: Kinokoset (kana), Colors, Olive (2007, hand-printed).
  • Yoshiko Tsukaue: Minimocha (2006, Latin handwriting face).
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Nima Visual
[Andres Moreno Walter]

Andres Moreno Walter (Nimo Visual, Bogota, Colombia) created the free monoline avant-garde geometric sans typeface Time Burner (2012), the thin modular typeface Trench (2013), the counterless Diskopia (2013), the display typeface Breve SC (2014), and the sci-fi typefaces Moonhouse (2013), Breve SC (2014), and Krunch (2014).

Fontspace link. Behance link. Creative Market link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

N.J. McLellan

UK-based designer (b. 1986) of Surrounding (2007, 3 styles), a sans family inspired by the text typeface used for Vespertine-era Björk merchandise. Aka TypeGirl, she also made BMFA (2007, an angry font), and Gayatri (2009) and Caprica (2009), the latter two based on a type used in Battlestar Galactica. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Noah Ross

Californian FontStructor (aka winty5, b. 2002) who made these typefaces in 2012: 5Stenserif, 5Stencipix, 5GeoZtenzil, 5GeoSolid, 5 Quadrislash (kitchen tile face), 5 Micropix, 5Reverserif, 5Curvo, Shadow, Circlex (kitchen tile face), Quadrupus, Dissolvis, Rossian Alphabet, Fatty, Payperklipz, Roboto Sans and Roboto Serif, Krakk, Arkadeland (pixel face), Pew Pew Pew, Kalium Sans, Tini, Hexa, Pyramis, Doodley, Maaschine, Hexor, Digitus, Quark, Blobbie, W5's Remix, Laser Cannon, Poke, Razorblade, Titanium and Titanium II (blocky monospaced stencil).

Typefaces from 2013: 5Zanin, 5Tintin, Chyldren, 5 Goldminer (Western font), 5 Circuit Board, 5 Mikrothin (pixelish), 5 Crayoned, 5Blockletter, 5 Mikropix, 5 Computron, 5 Letterblack, 5 Singlebrik, 5 Kitty, 5 Mikrodotz, 5 Didgit (+Solid, +Stencil), 5 Microchip, 5 Hexpix, 5 Band (ultra-condensed), 5 Futurex, 5 Zero, 5 Pixwriter, 5 Caveman, 5 Ultramini, 5 Foundation, 5 Structonix, 5 Stenserif, 5 Psycho (labyrinthine), 5 Med Grids, Skribal, 5 Carnival (Western, slab serif), Undersea, Jester, 5 Winter Sans, 5 Zlash, 5 Darius, 5 Drop That Bass, 5 Computerized (LED face), 5 Kallum Sans Neue (octagonal), 5 Final Frontier, 5 Muta Sans, 5 Med Grid, 5 Dagger Unicase, 5 Threezy, 5 Curvo, 5 Railway Script (upright connected script), 5 Champagne, 13/5 Atom Sans, S Tekknosystem (techno), 5 Maach, 5 Dotmatrix 1979, 5 Skware cat Scratch Fever, 5 Pixdeath, 5 Metrik (octagonal), Droido, Skribble Black, Kindergarten, 5 Recieptprint (pixel face), 5 Monopix (pixel face), 5 Contrastio, 5 Beans, 5 Beans II, 5 Geomedings, 5 Fatal Error, 5 Identification Mono, 5 Megabam, 5 Futurebit, 5 Space Station, 5 Computers in Love.

Typefaces from 2014: 5 Kreeper, Mad Pixels, 5 Zonex, Robot Killer, Roman New Times (grunge), Devastation.

Dafont link. Another Dafont link as Noah the Awesome. Aka Winter Design Studio. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Noah Rothschild
[Victory Type Foundry]

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Noinfonts
[Leandro Nogueira]

Noinfonts is the foundry of Brazilian type designer and teacher Leandro Nogueira, who is based in Sao Paulo. He studied graphic design at UNESP Baura from 1996-2001. Leandro designed these fonts:

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Norwegian Ink -- Design for Dough
[Frode Nordbø]

Norwegian Ink is an Oslo-based graphic design/ motion design studio. At Dafont, one can download the rounded cheese air pocket typeface "Laurel or Hardy" (2009), the futuristic Elektrofant (2009), Happy Squid (2010) and JUSTIFYlazy (2009), the pixel typeface 3x3 Font For Nerds (2011), the blocky outline typeface Salty (2011), and the counterless Quart 07 (2009).

Klingspor link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ocio Criativo
[Felipe Roque Dolce]

Marilia, Brazil-based design group consisting of Felipe Roque Dolce (the type designer), Arthur Sandrini Pinto, and Jonathan Amoroso de Lima. Creators of the thin octagonal futuristic typeface Aso (2010) and the monoline sans Curly Type (2012).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ola Björling
[Beyond Design]

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Omar D. Colon

Digital artist from Nova Scotia, Canada (b. 1978). Designer of the artificial language pixel font Galactic Mini (2006) and the handwriting font OhdeeSee (2007). Alternate URL. Home page. [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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OMGWTF (or: Akumu)
[Jeff Anderson]

Free fonts, mostly for artificial languages, by Jeff Anderson (Akumu). These include Aram, Rhaelik, SexyScript, Sketchy-Tirin, Tengwar-Typewriter, Tirin-Hand, Tirin-Script, Tirin-Type. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Onezero

Swiss site with these free techno fonts, all made in 2003: Break, Buster, Eva, Fatt, Liner, Quer, Quadrron, Racer, Round, Subby, Tektrron-Regular, Tv, Zone-Regular. Direct download. [Google] [More]  ⦿

opipik

Pixel font specialist who created these pixel typefaces using FontStruct in 2013: fs Inspira 2 (pixel face), fs Mikibit, FS Tacticalreminds, FS Terc.butyl (slab serif), Fin Competition, Opipik's Caps, Stencil, Cond, Alter Ego, Anakin, Nonsense Remix, Simple, Fluid PX (pixelish), Fluid, Shamewriting (wide techno face), The FS Ion (stencil), Opirus Semi-Serif, Launching a similar one, F Serif Q, Opirus OPIK, Sans Tai Na, Leftleaning, FSPx Kayah D70, 1234 Font, Random Regular.

Other typefaces made in 2013 include fs Logo, fs Mansion, fs Kismet, LASO Serif, fs Ad, fs Groszak's Dreams, fs Road Sans, fs Connet (retro automotive script), fs Large, fs Mico, fs Use, fs By, fs Part, fs Strongness, fs Permutoo 1 through 7 (op-art), fs Ethstruct, fs Ais (wood type simulation), fs Eng (like fs Ais), fs 01, fs Jim Jam (sencil), fs Sor, fs Nothing (blackletter), Anakin Mono (a sci-fi face), Shaak Sans, LASO Serif, 42 Stencil, 42 Sten Grid (kitchen tile face), 42 Bold (piano key face), 42 Sten Vert, Sten Bold Vert, 42 Light Vert, 42 Bold Vert, 42 Light Grid, 42 Cond, 42 Light, 42 Black, Iont Slab (monospaced), Experiment Elongated Ears, Pixel Old English, Check It, Trifolium Stencil (like a Bauhaus stencil), Avatars New, Shaakmono, and Better Sans.

Typefaces from 2014 include fs Pixalic (a great textured typeface), fs Weighted, fs Monital, fs Pixnod Serif, fs Gaelpix, fs Jenson 1 (+Italic), fs Hand2, fs Wood Type 1, fs135 Opinno Serif, fs135 Inno Huge, fs Dotnudge Biggerterm, fs Nudgershoots, fx 8x6, fs Eng, fs Streetsign, fs Fassyrian, fs Apjop, fs Jenson 1, fs Stenserife, fs Recover, fs Lapa 1 Bold, fs Dotital, fs Lapa 1, fs Hikinspot, fs Geofut, fs Samil, fs Pxalic, fs Stdb Regular, fs Papeda, fs Greekpix, fs Stylized Arpeggios, fs Teimodern, fs My Take on Parsifal 1, fs Samil, fs Eco, fs Dotmatrix Serif Mono, fs Dotmatrix Sans, fs Uahkoch, fs Fluffy, fs Computer Says No Mild Italic, fs Paseky Ideograms, fs Eatit Bold, fs Mind, fs Switch, fs Dotty Serif, fs Smallmicro, FSerifQ, fs Afterline, fs FontstrFillersMono, fs Four Ideas,

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Organ Studio

Australian creators of a great set of futuristic caps called Future (2011). Organ Studio is based in Perth. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Orxonox

Startrek font archive: AusPROBE (2000, Bob Crockford), AlphaSentry, Arial-Black, DarkCrystalOutline, Droid, EarthNormal, Refluxed, Spaceboy. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Oscar Borrego

Óscar Borrego is the Mexican designer of the high contrast sans typeface Almatica (2004). Designer at the Argentinian outfit SantoTipo of Tequila Heights Sobria&Borracha (2001). At Tiypo, we find Frankenhauss and the futuristic Freon 22. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Otani Hideaki
[zx26 (also: Zero Xenon 26)]

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Owen Dawson
[SpideraysFonts]

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P. Murray

Startrek mini-archive. See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pablo Balcells
[Graviton]

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Paolo Vannucci
[Alphabet&Type]

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papagei

200-font archive, including a Startrek archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paradox

The fonts for the Paradox Rule Books. Mainly Swfte's Futuri family in truetype format. Another URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paris Torres Theme Components

Small Startrek archive by Laura Hale. Includes StarTrekFilmBT_Regular by Bitstream, and Vidiian by Michael H. Lee, Josh Dixon and Ben Debaan, 1998. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Passport Design Bureau

Passport is a young and independent design bureau founded by Jonathan Finch & Rosalind Stoughton, based in Leeds, UK. Creators of the alchemic (hipster) typeface Fonecian (2012, Ten Dollar Fonts). For an application of Fonecian, see Daria Andreeva's project on the art of Nikolay Makarovich Oleynikov. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Patrick Griffin

Type designer at Canada Type. Wikipedia tells us that Patrick Griffin had been locked away in a mental institution by Carter and Barbara, after he walked in on his mother performing oral sex on Jackie Gleason. He had a nervous breakdown and was sent to a mental hospital, where he came to the conclusion that Gleason was evil because he was fat, leading him to hate fat people. However, that is a different Patrick Griffin. The real Patrick Griffin, a graduate of York University, lives and works in Toronto, where he founded Canada Type and made it the most successful Canadian typefoundry. His work is summarized in this 2009 interview by MyFonts. It includes lots of custom work for banks, TV stations, and companies/groups like New York Times, Pixar, Jacquin's, University of Toronto, and the Montreal Airport. His retail fonts include the following.

  • Ambassador Script (2007): a digital version of Juliet, Aldo Novarese's 1955 almost upright calligraphic (copperplate style) connected script, with hundreds of alternates, swashes, ends, and so forth. Done with Rebecca Alaccari.
  • Autobats (2005). <
  • Ballantines Twelve (2014). A custom typeface for Allied Domecq Spirits & Wine Limited, the brand owner of Ballantine's Scotch Whisky. LI>Bigfoot (2008), the fattest font ever made (sic).
  • Blackhaus (2005), an extension of Kursachsen Auszeichnung, a blackletter typeface designed in 1937 by Peterpaul Weiß for the Schriftguss foundry in Dresden.
  • Blanchard (2009): a revival and elaborate extension of Muriel, a 1950 metal script typeface made by Joan Trochut-Blanchard for the Fonderie Typographique Française, that was published simultaneously by the Spanish Gans foundry under the name Juventud.
  • Bluebeard (2004), a blackletter face.
  • Book Jacket (2010): this is a digital extension of the film type font Book Jacket by Ursula Suess, published in 1972.
  • Boondock (2005): a revival of Imre Reiner's brush script typeface Bazaar from 1956.
  • Broken (2006): grunge.
  • Chalice (2006). Religious and Cyrillic influences.
  • Chapter 11 (2009): an old typewriter face.
  • Chikita (2008): an upright ronde script done with Rebecca Alaccari, and rooted in the work of 1930s Dutch lettering artist Martin Meijer.
  • Clarendon Text (2007). A 20-style slab serif that uses inspiration from 1953 faces by Hoffmann and Eidenbenz and the 1995 font Egizio by Novarese.
  • Classic Comic (2010).
  • Coconut and Coconut Shadow (2006). Great techno pop faces.
  • Coffee Script (2004): the digital version of R. Middleton's Wave design for the Ludlow foundry, circa 1962. Designed with Phil Rutter.
  • Comic book typefaces: Caper or Caper Comic (2008), Captain Comic (2007), Classic Comic (2010), Collector Comic (2006, a comic balloon lettering family), Common Comic (2013).
  • Counter (2008): A futuristic beauty with a double-lined cursive thrown in. Available exclusively from P22. This typeface was based on the idea for an uncredited film typeface called Whitley, published by a little known English typesetting house in the early 1970s.
  • Cryptozoo (2009): Late director of design for VANOC, the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Committee, Leo Ostbaum, commissioned Canada Type to make a typeface for the Vancouver Winter Olympics. Patrick Griffin came up with a rounded signage font called Cryptozoo, whose Notice reads Concept and design by Leo Obstbaum, VANOC Brand & Creative Services. Additional character data and technical production by Canada Type. Copyright 2007 VANOC Brand&Creative Services.
  • Dads Handwriting (2014, custom typeface).
  • Dancebats (2004).
  • Dokument Pro (2014). This is a reworking of a typeface made in 2005 by the late Jim Rimmer: Jim Rimmer aptly described his Dokument family as a sans serif in the vein of New Gothic that takes nothing from News Gothic. Dokument Pro is thoroughly reworked and expanded, with different widths still in the pipeline.
  • Dominion (2006). Based on an early 1970s film type called Lampoon. Dominions severely geometric shapes are a strange cross between early Bauhaus minimalism and later sharp square faces used for instance in Soviet propaganda posters.
  • Doobie (2006). 60s psychedelic style.
  • Driver Gothic (2008): based on the typeface used for Ontario license plates. Although unique among Canadian provincial license plates, this typeface is very similar to, if not outright identical with, the typeface used on car plates in 22 American states: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Vermont, Washington, and West Virginia. Ideal for license plate forgers.
  • Expo (2004): an octagonal family.
  • Fab (2007). A tube-design family reminiscent of the 1980s. Ricardo Cordoba writes: Fab reminds me of leafing through my first Letraset catalog in the mid-1980s all those decorative typefaces with rounded ends and tubular shapes, trying to imitate the look of neon signage. But Fab, with its contemporary twist on that aesthetic, and its unicase characters, manages to look like a cross between Cholla Bold and Frankfurter Highlight. Its handtooled, narrow shapes are perfectly suited to pop subject matter and bright colors. Fab Trio can be used to create layered chromatic effects, but its components can stand alone, too. The Seventies sure aint drab in Patrick Griffin's hands.
  • Fantini (2006). An update of the curly art nouveau typeface Fantan, a film type from 1970 by Custom Headings International.
  • Feather Script (2012). A revival of an old Lettering Inc font from the 1940s, known then as Flamenco.
  • Fido (2009) is the official font of dog owners everywhere. Has Saul Bass influences.
  • Filmotype fonts: Alice (2008, a casual hand-printed design based on a 1958 alphabet by Filmotype), Athens (2014), Filmotype Brooklyn (2009, a casual script based on a 1958 Filmotype font), Filmotype Candy (2012), Filmotype Carmen (2012), Filmotype Hemlock (2013, a retro signage script), Hickory (2014), Filmotype Homer (2014, a brush signage script), Filmotype Hudson (1955, based on a 1955 original), Filmotype Jessy (2009, a flowing upright connected script based on a 1958 design by Filmotype), Filmotype Lakeside (2013, a retro signage typeface), Filmotype Kellog (2013), Filmotype Leader (2013), Filmotype Giant (2011, a condensed sans done with Rebecca Alaccari) and its italic counterpart, Filmotype Escort (2011, done with Rebecca Alaccari), Filmotype Keynote (2013, a connected bold advertising script), Filmotype Lacrosse (2013, a retro script from the 1950s sometimes used in department store catalogs of that era), Filmotype LaSalle (2008, based on a 1952 retro script by Ray Baker for Filmotype), Filmotype Harmony (2011, original from 1950 by Ray Baker), Filmotype Kentucky (a 1955 original by Ray Baker), Filmotype Kingston (a 1953 original by Ray Baker), Filmotype Lucky (2012, based on a font by Ray Baker), Filmotype Hamlet (a 1955 original by Ray Baker), Filmotype Panama (2012, a flared casual serif typeface based on a 1958 original), Filmotype Prima (2011, with Rebecca Alaccari), Filmotype Quiet (2010, based on a 1954 military stencil typeface by Filmotype), Filmotype Yale (2012, a wedding invitation script based on a 1964 original by Filmotype), Filmotype York (2014).
  • Flirt (2005). Based on an art deco typeface found in a Dover specimen book.
  • Fuckbats (2007).
  • Fury (2008): an angry techno family.
  • Gala (2005). By Griffin and Alaccari. Gala is the digitization of the one of the most important Italian typefaces of the twentieth century: G. da Milanos 1935 Neon design for the Nebiolo foundry. This designs importance is in being the predecessor - and perhaps direct ancestor - of Aldo Novareses Microgramma (and later Eurostile), which paved the worlds way to the gentle transitional, futuristic look we now know and see everywhere. It is also one of the very first designs made under the direction of Alessandro Butti, a very important figure in Italian design.
  • Gallery (2004): art deco.
  • Gamer (2--4-2006), by Griffin and Alaccari: modeled after a few 1972 magazine advertisement letters, the origin of which was later identified as a common film type called Checkmate.
  • Gaslon (2005): a modification of A. Bihari's Corvina Black from 1973.
  • Gator (2007). A digital version of Friedrich Poppl's Poppl Heavy (1972), which in turn was one of the many responses by type designers to Cooper Black.
  • Genie (2006): a psychedelic typeface based on a 1970s film type called Jefferson Aeroplane.
  • Gibson (2011, with Kevin King and Rod McDonald). This 8-style humanist sans family is a revival of McDonald's own Monotype face, Slate. It was named to honour John Gibson FGDC (1928-2011), Rod's long-time friend and one of the original founders of the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada. All the revenues from its sale will be donated by Canada Type to the GDC, where they will be allocated to a variety of programs aiming to improve the creative arts and elevate design education in Canada.
  • Go (2005): a techno face.
  • Goudy Two Shoes (2006): a digitization and expansion of a 1970s type called Goudy Fancy, which originated with Lettergraphics as a film type.
  • Gumball (2005).
  • Hamlet (2006): medieval. Based on an old type called Kitterland.
  • Happy (2005). Happy is the digital version of one the most whimsical takes on typewriters ever made, an early 1970s Tony Stan film type called Ap-Ap. Some of the original characters were replaced with more fitting ones, but the original ones are still accessible as alternates within the font. We also made italics and bolds to make you Happy-er.
  • Heathen (2005). A grunge calligraphic script: The original Heathen was made by redrawing Phil Martin's Polonaise majuscules and superposing them over the majuscules of Scroll, another Canada Type font. The lowercase is a superposition of Scrolls lowercase atop a pre-release version of Sterling Script, yet another Canada Type font.
  • Hortensia (2009): a semi-script Victorian typeface modeled after Emil Gursch's Hortensia (1900). Codesigned with Rebecca Alaccari.
  • Hunter (2005). A revival of a brush script by Imre Reiner called Mustang (1956).
  • Hydrogen (2007, a rounded geometric unicase family.
  • Informa (2009): a comprehensive 36-style sans serif text family based on traditional lettering. He says: While some faces classified as such exhibit too much calligraphy (like Gill Sans, Syntax and Optima), and others tend to favor geometric principles in rhythm and proportion (like Agenda, Frutiger and Myriad), Informa stays true to the humanist ideology by maintaining the proper equilibrium between the two influences that drive the genre, and keeping the humanistic traits where they make better visual sense.
  • Jackpot (2005): The idea for Jackpot came from a photo type called Cooper Playbill, which as the name implies was simply a westernized version of Cooper Black. The recipe was simple: Follow Mr. Coopers big fat hippy idea, cowboy it with heavy slabs, give it true italics, then swash away at both for beautiful mixture. And there you have the bridge between groovy and all-American. There you have the country lover shaking hands with the rock and roll enthusiast. There you have your perfect substitute for the very overused Cooper Black.
  • Jazz Gothic (2005): an expansion of an early 1970s film type from Franklin Photolettering called Pinto Flare. Image.
  • Jezebel (2007).
  • The psychedelic typeface Jingo (2014, with Kevin Allan King): This is the digital makeover and major expansion of a one-of-a-kind melting pot experiment done by VGC and released under the name Mardi Gras in the early 1960s. It is an unexpected jambalaya of Art Nouveau, Tuscan, wedge serifs, curlycues, ball endings, wood type spurs and swashes, geometry and ornamental elements that on the surface seem to be completely unrelated.
  • Johnny (2006): with Rebecca Alaccari; based on Phil Martin's Harem or Margit fonts from 1969.
  • Jupiter (2007): based on Roman lettering.
  • Leather (2005): an expansion of Imre Reiner's blackletter typeface Gotika (1933).
  • Libertine (2011). Libertine (done with Kevin Allan King) is an angular calligraphic script inspired by the work of Dutchman Martin Meijer (1930s): This is the rebel yell, the adrenaline of scripts.
  • Lionheart (2006). A digitization and extension of Friedrich Poppl's neo-gothic typeface Saladin.
  • Lipstick (2006): handwriting. Plus Lipstick Extras.
  • Louis (2012). A faithful digital rendition and expansion of a design called Fanfare, originally drawn by Louis Oppenheim in 1927, and redrawn in 1993 by Rod McDonald as Stylu.
  • Maestro (2009) is a 40 style chancery family, in 2 weights each, with 3350 characters per font, codesigned with calligrapher Philip Bouwsma. This has to be the largest chancery/calligraphy family on earth.
  • Magellan (2014). A custom stencil typeface.
  • Martie (2006). Done with Rebecca Alaccari. Based on the handwriting of Martie S. Byrd.
  • Marvin (2010): a fat comic book face.
  • In 2013, Kevin Allan King and Patrick Griffin revived Georg Trump's transitional typeface Mauritius (1967, Weber).
  • Memoriam (2009): An extreme-contrast vogue display script which was commissioned by art director Nancy Harris for the cover of the 2008 commemorative issue of the New York Times magazine. He also did the typography and fonts for the 2010 issue. This became an unbelievably successful family, and was extended in 2011 with headline, Outline and Iline variants.
  • Merc (2007). Based on an all-cap rough-brush metal typeface called Agitator, designed by Wolfgang Eickhoff and published by Typoart in 1960.
  • Messenger (2010), a calligraphic script. Patrick Griffin writes about Messenger (2010, Canada Type): Messenger is a redux of two mid-1970s Markus Low designs: Markus Roman, an upright calligraphic face, and Ingrid, a popular typositor-era script. Through the original film faces were a couple of years apart and carried different names, they essentially had the same kind of Roman/Italic relationship two members of the same typeface family would have. The forms of both faces were reworked and updated to fit in the Ingrid mold, which is the truer-to-calligraphy one.
  • Middleton Brush (2010): a redigitization of R.H. Middleton's connected brush typeface Wave, ca. 1962; see also an early Canada Type face, Coffee Script.
  • Miedinger (2007). Created after Max Miedinger's 1964 face, Horizontal. Canada Type writes: The original film typeface was a simple set of bold, panoramically wide caps and figures that give off a first impression of being an ultra wide Gothic incarnation of Microgramma. Upon a second look, they are clearly more than that. This typeface is a quirky, very non-Akzidental take on the vernacular, mostly an exercise in geometric modularity, but also includes some unconventional solutions to typical problems (like thinning the midline strokes across the board to minimize clogging in three-storey forms). This digital version introduces a new lighter weight alongside the bold original..
  • Militia (2007). An octagonal and threatening stencil.
  • Militia Sans (2007).
  • Monte Cristo (2012, with Kevin Allan King) is a grand type family with five styles and 1630 characters with many swashes and ways of connecting the calligraphic glyphs---it is the ultimate wedding font.
  • Neil Bold (2010): an extension of the fat typeface Neil Bold (1966, Wayne J. Stettler).
  • Nightlife (2005): inspired by a pre-desktop publishing grid design by L. Meuffels.
  • Nuke (2005): a fat stencil grunge weith pizzazz.
  • In 2011, he and Kevin Allan King published the refined Orpheus Pro family, which was based on the elegant Orpheus by Walter Tiemann (1926-1928, Klingspor), and its Italic which was called Euphorion (Walter Tiemann, 1936). Their enthusiastic description: The Orpheus Pro fonts started out as a straightforward revival of Tiemann's Orpheus and Euphorion. It was as simple as a work brief can be. But did we ever get carried away, and what should have been finished in a few weeks ended up consuming the best part of a year, countless jugs of coffee, and the merciless scrutiny of too many pairs of eyeballs. The great roman caps just screamed for plenty of extensions, alternates, swashes, ligatures, fusions from different times, and of course small caps. The roman lowercase wanted additional alternates and even a few ligatures. The italic needed to get the same treatment for its lowercase that Tiemann envisioned for the uppercase. So the lowercase went overboard plenty alternates and swashes and ligatures. Even the italic uppercase was augmented by maybe too many extra letters. Orpheus Pro has been a real ride. Images of Orpheus: i, ii, iii, iv, v.
  • Outcast (2010): a grunge family.
  • Oxygen (2006): a great grid-based design.
  • Paganini (with Kevin Allan King) is another jewel in Canada Type's drawers: Designed in 1928 by Alessandro Butti under the direction of Raffaello Bertieri for the Nebiolo foundry, Paganini defies standard categorization. While it definitely is a classic foundry text typeface with obvious roots in the oldstyle of the Italian renaissance, its contrast reveals a clear underlying modern influence. i, ii, iii, iv, v, vi, vii.
  • The last joint project of King and Griffin in 2012 was Pipa, a pseudo-psychedelic groovy bellydancing font: Originally made for a health food store chain we cannot name, Pipa is the embodiment of organic display typography.
  • Player (2007). An 11-style athletic lettering family.
  • Plywood (2007): a retro typeface based on Franklin Typefounders's Barker Flare from the early 1970s.
  • Press Gothic (2007). A revival of Aldo Novarese's Metropol typeface, released by Nebiolo in 1967 as a competitor to Stephenson Blakes Impact.
  • Quanta (2005, stencil). Two weights, East and West.
  • In 2011, Kevin Allan King and Patrick Griffin completed work on an exceptionally beautiful revival, Ratio Modern (the original by F.W. Kleukens is from 1923). This is a didone family with a refined humanistic trait. Images of Ratio Modern: i, ii, ii, iv, v, vi, vii.
  • Rawhide (2006): a bouncy Western saloon font based on cover page lettering of the Belgian comic book series Lucky Luke.
  • Recta (2011, with Kevin King). This is eighteen-stye sans family that extends Novarese's Recta.
  • Rhino (2005): a revival of the informal typeface Mobil (1960, Helmu Matheis, Ludwig&Mayer).
  • Noteworthy (2009). A font commissioned for the Apple iPad. It is based on Griffin's earlier revival typeface Filmotype Brooklyn.
  • Ronaldson Regular (2008, with Rebecca Alaccari), a 17-style oldstyle family based on the 1884 classic by Alexander Kay, Ronaldson Old style (MacKellar, Smith&Jordan). Griffin reconstructed this family from the metal typeface and from many scans from rare documents provided by Stephen O. Saxe, Philippe Chaurize and Rebecca Davis.
  • Roos (2009): A 10-style revival of Sjoerd Hendrik de Roos's De Roos Romein (1948), created in cooperation with Hans van Maanen.
  • Robur (2010): Done with Kevin King, this set of two fonts revives George Auriol's Robur Noir from 1909.
  • Runway (2004): racetrack lettering.
  • Rush (2005): futuristic.
  • Sailor (2005): digital rendition of West Futura Casual (late 1970s film type).
  • Salome (2008). Done with Rebecca Alaccari, this is a revival and expansion of a photolettering era typeface called Cantini (1972, Letter Graphics).
  • Santini (2004): Bauhaus-inspired architectural lettering.
  • Screener (2006): an extensive octagonal family, including Screener Symbols.
  • Sears Social (2014). A custom typeface family that includes Sears Social Monocase.
  • Secret Scrypt (2004): four shaky script styles done for a New York restaurant. With Alaccari.
  • Semplicita Pro (2011). A grand revival of Alessandro Butti's Futura-like Semplicità, executed between 2009 and 2011 by Patrick Griffin and Bill Troop. Image of the Medium weight.
  • Shred (2010): an octagonal heavy metal face.
  • Siren Script (2009-2010): Done with Rebecca Alaccari, this six-style script family is based on the metal typeface Stationers Semiscript (BBS, 1899).
  • Skullbats (2005).
  • Serial Killer (2005): bloody.
  • Slang (2004): a blood scratch face.
  • Slinger (2010): a flared art nouveau face.
  • Social Gothic (2007). After Tom Hollingsworth's Informal Gothic, a squarish unicase grotesk done in 1965. Followed by Social Stencil (2011-2012) and Social Gothic 2 (2014).
  • Soft Press (2012). A rounded version of Canada Type's Press Gothic.
  • Sol Pro (2010): a 20-style revival and extension of the monoline sans typeface Sol by Marty Goldstein and C.B. Smith (1973, VGC), done with Kevin Allan King. Griffin writes: This is not your grandfather's Eurostile. This is your offspring's global hope, optimism, and total awareness.
  • Spade (2012). A super-heavy slab face, done with Kevin King.
  • Spadina (2010): a psychedelic / art nouveau revival with Kevin Allan King of Karlo Wagner's Fortunata (1971, Berthold).
  • Sterling Script (2005): done with Rebecca Alaccari. Sterling Script was initially meant to a be digitization/reinterpretation of a copperplate script widely used during what effectively became the last decade of metal type: Stephenson Blake's Youthline, from 1952. Many alternates were added, so this is a virtually new type family.
  • Sultan: a Celtic-Arabic simulation typeface after "Mosaik" (1954) by Martin Kausche.
  • Stretto (2008) is a revival and expansion of Sintex 1 (Aldo Novarese, Nebiolo, 1973), a funky nightclub face. It was used as the basis of Cowboy Hippie (2010, CheapProFonts).
  • Swan Song (2006): a calligraphic typeface based on the hand of Alexander Nesbitt. [A later document states that it is based on work by British artist Rachel Yallop.]
  • Symposium Pro (2011). This Carolingian family was drawn by Philip Bouwsma. Patrick helped with the production.
  • Tabarnak (2012) and its shadowed version, Tabarnouche (2012). Lovingly named to attract business from Quebec, this is a packaging or signage pair of fonts.
  • Taboo (2009) is a geometric display typeface that was inspired by lettering by Armenian artist Fred Africkian in 1984.
  • Testament (2010): a calligraphic uncial family done with Philip Bouwsma.
  • Tomato (2005): done with Rebecca Alaccari, this is the digitization and quite elaborate expansion of an early 1970s Franklin Photolettering film type called Viola Flare.
  • Treasury (2006): a huge type family based on a calligraphic script by Hermann Ihlenburg from the late 19th century. Canada Type writes: The Treasury script waited over 130 years to be digitized, and the Canada Type crew is very proud to have done the honors. And then some. After seven months of meticulous work on some of the most fascinating letter forms ever made, we can easily say that Treasury is the most ambitious, educational and enjoyable type journey we've embarked upon, and we're certain you will be quite happy with the results. Treasury goes beyond being a mere revival of a typeface. Though the original Treasury script is quite breathtaking in its own right, we decided to bring it into the computer age with much more style and functionality than just another lost script becoming digital. The Treasury System is an intuitive set of fonts that takes advantage of the most commonly used feature of todays design software: Layering.
  • Trump Gothic (2005): a revival and expansion of two different takes on Signum (1955, Weber), Georg Trumps popular mid-twentieth-century condensed gothic: Less than one year after Signum, the Czech foundry Grafotechna released Stanislav Marso's Kamene, a reinterpretation of Signum. The differences between the two were quite subtle in most forms, but functionally proved to offer different levels of visual flexibility. Marso changed a few letters, most notably the wonderful a and g he added, and also made a bold weight. Trump Gothic West is a revival of Trump's original Signum, but in three weights and italics for each. Trump Gothic East is a revival of Marso's Kamene, but also in three weights and corresponding italics.. In 2013, Patrick Griffin redrew and optimized these condensed and ultra-economical typefaces in his Trump Gothic Pro and the rounded version, Trump Soft Pro.
  • Trump Script (2010) revives the African look script by Georg Trump called Jaguar (1962). An improvement on an earlier Canada type family called Tiger Script.
  • Tuba (2010).
  • Valet (2006): inspired by an uncredited early 1970s all-cap film type called Expression.
  • Veronica Polly (2005).
  • Vox (2007): a 24-style monoline sans family done with Rebecca Alaccari. This was followed in 2013 by a softer version, Vox Round.
  • Wagner Grotesk (2010): a sturdy grotesk, after a typeface from the Johannes Wagner foundry. Kevin King is also credited.
  • Wagner Script Pro (2011). Done together with Kevin King, this is a revival of Troubadour (1926, Wagner&Schmidt).
  • King and Patrick Griffin published Wonder Brush in 2012. This is partly based on a signage brush script called Poppl Stretto (1969) by Friedrich Poppl.
  • Opentype programming help for several fonts by Michael Doret, such as Deliscript (2009), Dynascript (2011) and Steinweiss Script (2010). Deliscript (a winner at TDC2 2010) is an upright connected script with accompanying slanted version. Steinweiss Script is a 2200-glyph curly script typeface called Steinweiss Script (2010), which captures a lot of the spirit of Steinweiss's album covers from the late 1930s and 1940s.

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Pau Misser
[PM Fonts]

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Paul Albers

Ottawa-based Paul Albers is the designer of the Startrek font Tron. See also here. Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paul Buchholz

Paul Buchholz (Rennegade, b. 1987) is the Colorado-based designer of Boxfrom (2005, squarish techno), Boxform Volume 2 (2005), DMS (2004, futuristic) and Chaos (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paul Jones

FontStructor who made these techno faces 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]  ⦿

Paul Lukes
[Smart Minds]

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Paul Prue

Agfa Creative Alliance designer of the futuristic faces Eon Age (1994), Galaxy Run (1994), Logan (1994) and System X3 (1994, ITC).

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Paula Arranz

Spanish creator of Galaxy Visitors (2013) and Mrs Chocolat (2013). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Paul-Nicolas Mau

Artistic director who runs Polmo Corp in Paris. Creator of these typefaces: Polmo Corp (Bold Serif, Regular Sans Serif), My Handwriting (Regular, Alternate), Thin Square, Round Square, Black Dog (blackletter), MyPixel, Propaganda (constructivist), Room 314 (lava lamp font), Deco, XTrem (trekkie font), The First One, Circuit.

In 2013, he published La Belle Vie, and the custom typeface Raspoutine.

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Paulo Caparica Junior
[Minhocossauro Tipografia]

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Pedro Pan
[Ipsum Planet]

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Pete Joison
[Uddi Uddi fonts]

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Peter O'Donnell

British designer of several Letraset faces: Crillee Bold Italic (1986, a techno face; Crillee Italic (1980-1988) is jointly due to Dick Jones, Vince Whitlock and Peter O'Donnell), Letraset Axis Bold (inspired by the handwriting style of the late Jimi Hendrix), Demian Bold (2000, after the original Demian by Jan van Dijk, 1984-1987), Odessa (1988, a multiline face), and Van Dijk Bold (1986, non-connected handwriting).

Peter O´Donnell at Linotype. FontShop link. Klingspor link. Another Klingspor link. MyFonts link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Peter Schuster
[New Aurabesh Starwars font]

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Peter Specht

Designer who created the pixel grid typeface z001-rom (2008), Katerina (2010, almost LED face), Kinryu (2010), Kinryu No. 14 (2009), z001-rom_v10.4, Normal (2009, pixel face), Elektrogothic (2008, futuristic), Laurier Test (2009, serifed), Laurier No. 7 (2009, an extensive Unicode typeface that covers Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, most Indic languages, Thai, Hebrew, Lao, Tibetan, runic, Khmer, and mathematical, chess and other symbols), Kinryu No. 8 Regular (2009, an extension of Laurier towards Japanese), Clucky Duck (2008, rounded), and the double-scratch handwriting typeface Wild Freak (2008). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Phat Phonts
[Wayne Thompson]

Phat Phonts is an Aussie foundry run by Wayne Thompson. Their fonts:

  • Architectural lettering family: Architect Bold, Architect Bold Oblique, Architect Light, Architect Light Oblique, Architect Medium, Architect Medium Oblique.
  • Sans faces: Euron, Equaliser, Equaliser Black, Equaliser Bold, Equaliser Stencil, Equaliser Stencil Black, Equaliser Stencil Bold.
  • Techno faces: Fresh, Pontoon (2004).
  • Experimental: Fuse Box Dry, Fuse Box Splat, Fuse Box Wet.
  • Grunge faces: Carbon Credit (2008), Carbon Tax (2008), Guttersnipe (2008), Not Sassure, RatBag (2005), Virus (2001), Stakeout (2007), Whatever (2007), Decon (2004), Wobbly Boot (2007), Chowdahead (2007), Demented Avenger, Dont Panic, Panic.
  • Playful faces: Ogre, PP Jungle Bones (2005, free).
  • Display faces: Otis Condensed, Lankas.
  • Handwriting: Zoobie Decaf (2006), Zoobie Doubleshots, Tully Bold (2007), Tully Light, Tully Medium, Bosin, Grimsby Hand, ITCDjango.
  • Comic book style faces: Spud Black Italic, Spud Black Upright, Spud Bold Italic, Spud Bold Upright, Spud Italic, Spud Upright.
  • Stencil: Zebbidy Stencil (2006).
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Phil Steinschneider

Designer of the Blade Runner movie font (free futuristic face, 1998). The font is also here. He also made Spinner (1999, pixel face).

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Pi Luo

Creator of Misu Kim (2005), Earth Kid (2005, grunge), and the handwriting fonts Asian Guy (2005, oriental simulation face), Asian Girl (2008) and Alien Strawberry (2008, double strokes) and the ransom note typeface Black Casper (2009). In 2009, he created the paint drop typeface Clarisse, the outlined grunge typeface University High, and the grungy faces Make Juice, James Han and Northwood High. Celeste Hand (2009) is a handwriting face, while Gordon Heights (2009) is a soft sans. SCRATCH (2009), Irvine High (2010), Lexington High (2010) and INFECTED (2009) are grungy. Gothical (2009) is a grunge version of Fette Fraktur. White Tie Affair and Valerie Hand date from 2005. Creations from 2010: Rocketshop Town (eroded futuristic face), Lemons Can Fly (children's hand). In 2012, he started work on a didone called Serina.

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Pierre Exner

Berlin-based designer, b. 1977, aka Pierre Enorm Exner. Creator of the sci-fi typeface Crackwhore (2004). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Pipian

Designer of Nekogo Hand (2005), which looks either like an artificial language or an African tribal script. [Google] [More]  ⦿

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, 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).
  • 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 Musketeer (2013, based on Sony's Wild Arms and Wild Arms 2 games for the Playstation), 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: Politik (squarish) .

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

Planet
[Mads Rydahl]

Mads Rydahl (Denmark) designed some free techno and sci-fi typefaces: PlanetBubble, PlanetEstyle, PlanetKosmos, PlanetOpti, PlanetSpace.

Rasmus Keldorff designed some others: Planet Megapolis, Planet Tricolore.

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PM Fonts
[Pau Misser]

Pau Misser is the founder of PM Fonts and the Barcelona-based creator of free futuristic fonts. He will send them if you first send something you created. The list: PmnatjaItalic, Pmnatja, Pmoliosa (2001), Pmagrafia, PMbustiaBold, PMbustia, PmcapsigranyBold, PmcapsigranyDemiBold, PmcapsigranyExtraBold, PmcapsigranySemiBold, PmcapsigranyUltraBold, Pmcapsigrany, PMoliosa, PMnatja, PMdelit, PMescacsBold, Pmescacs, PMfastigCondensed, PMfastig, PMguix, PMmeravellaThin, PMmeravella, PMpantalla, PMquelcom, PMreg, PMsembla, PMtrifasic. Interview. At Typephases, we find the screen font Pantalla, and the geometric display font Sembla. At Die Gestalten, one can buy Agrafia (LED simulation), Bustia (futuristic), Escacs, Fastig, Hodierna, Natja, Oliosa, trifasic (futuristic), Quelcome. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Polkadot Designs
[Ashlea Wheeler]

Ashlea Wheeler (Polkadot Designs) is the Tasmanian photographer (b. 1987) who designed the fun display font Kingdom (2006), as well as Jenny Lied (2006). Home page. Creator of the futuristic sans headline typeface Techno Funk (2007).

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Pouya M. Kary

Mexican FontStructor who made the sci-fi font Spacium (2012). Pouya also created Comicfont (2012) and PA-Title No. 1 and No. 2 (2012).

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Prokopios Tzoulis
[Tzoulis Graphic Design (or: TZ-Design)]

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Q-BO
[Carlos Matteoli]

Q-BO is the foundry of Carlos Matteoli, a type designer, b. 1980, from Santiago del Estero, Argentina.

Old URL. Fontspace link. Dafont link. Home page. Behance link. Klingspor link. His typefaces, both free and commercial:

  • Complex (2012). A heavy slab serif.
  • Djs Symbols (2011). A scanbat font of famous disc jockeys.
  • Q-Bo (2011) is a fat typeface in which each glyph occupies a perfect square.
  • 2Lines (2011) is a squarish bilined caps face.
  • Equ (2011).
  • Ovnis (2011, a flying saucer dingbat face).
  • Voker (2011, +Rounded: a techno family) and Basica (2011; +Basica 2.0, 2012), Teio (2011), Sistema (2011), Ameba (2011) and Abix (2011) are techno faces.
  • Bim (2011) is an outlined techno face. It was followed in 2012 by Bim Eroded.
  • Hexa (2011) is an experimental hexagonal face.
  • Cable (2011) is an experimental face.
  • Crakos (2011) is slightly grungy.
  • Kram (2011, +Espaciada) is a rounded techno / sci-fi / stencil face.
  • Spac3 (2011, a sci-fi all caps face), Spac3 Halftone (2012), Spac3 Destroyed (2011), Spac3 Neon (2011), and Spac3 Tech (2011, a tech stencil face).
  • Digital (2011), Digital Cognitive (2011) and Digital Tech (2011): semi-pixelized.
  • Bim (2011).
  • Djs Symbols (2012). A scanbat of disc jockeys.
  • Plig (2012) and Plig Nova (2012). An avant garde family.
  • Capital (2012). A squarish all caps typeface.
  • Zuber (2012), Zuber Stone (2012, a heavy chiseled textured typeface), and Zuber Future (2012, a fat counterless octagonal typeface).
  • Orena (2012). A squarish caps-only typeface.
  • Complex (2012). A block-serifed all caps typeface.
  • Plig Nova (2012).
  • Amirox (2012). A fat counterless typeface.
  • Basica Industrial (2012). An industrial grunge face.
  • Zian (2012). A fat rounded sans.
  • Complex Bruja (2012).
  • Voker Baxer (2012).
  • Oxin (2012), Oxin Army (2013, stencil), Oxin War (2013), Oxin Brush (2013).
  • Moiser (2013), Moiser Techno (2013, counterless), and Heavy Moiser (2013). A purely geometric sans.
  • Argentina (2013). A copperplate style caps face, possibly created after a national soccer team lettering style.
  • Rixon (2013). A mechanical octagonal typeface.
  • Gtek (2013). A sci-fi face. Followed by Gtek Broken (2014), Gtek Technology (2014), Gtek Nova (2014), and Gtek Minimal.
  • Xenik (2014).
  • Fiker (2014, squarish sci-fi face) and Fiker Futura (2014).
  • Oki (2014). A blocky outlined typeface.
  • Spac3 Selenium (2014).
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Quikijiki Maiquez

Philippines-based illustrator. He created qxdigitalninja (2008, techno, futuristic) and We_Wabbits_quikijiki (2008, alphadings). Home page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Radical One

Designer at FontStruct in 2008 of Standard Galactic Alphabet and DEFCON. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rafal Brzezinski
[Antraxja Fonts (or: Atrax)]

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Raihan Nizar

Raihan Nizar (b. 1977) is the Indonesian FontStructor who made Cubos (2011, squarish and geometric), Pixelized Handwriting (2011), Lost in Future (2011, sci-fi face), Valdero (2011), Simplicity (2011, kitchen tile face), Bold Type (2011, octagonal), Fat Cribbo (2011, gridded), Block Out (2011, in the style of the commercial typeface Pincoya), Smooth (kitchen tile face), Quadro, Minimal (geometric, gridded, almost a kitchen tile face), Zkratchy (scratchy face), Retro Mania (almost a Western face), Techno Light, Blockz, Box Building (3d outline face), Metropol (outline techno face), Space Adventure, Electric City, Cubix, Revolution, Pixel, High Volume, and Letters In The Blocks in 2011. Many of these faces are pixelish.

Typefaces from 2012: Dequatrion (fat stencil face), Konnekto (electrical circuit font), Devoltas, Forsid (cubist painting font), Etnis (squarish), Electro (counterless and octagonal), Mr. Ken (very fat face), Squadlest (squarish), Neonize (dot matrix face), Simplicity (kitchen tile face), Sound System (squarish), High Volume, Bajaj Sans (gaspipe sans), Bulat (fat counterless typeface), Elektro (blocky, counterless), Elektro Forest, The Slabbers (Egyptian), Kotakisme (counterless and geometric), Bhekhathe (thin geometric typeface), Insomnia, Siliko (metal band logo font), Motakku (labyrinthine, op-art).

Typefaces from 2013: Yamko Rambe Yamko (alchemic typeface), Farmhand Script (poster script), Luikeza, The Ugly Script, Gerobak (fat, counterless).

Aka cablecomputer. Fontspace link. FontStruct link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ralf's Amazing Fontworld

Ralf Franz's great archive, nicely categorized. About 500 fonts right now. Mystery fonts, erotic fonts, psycho fonts, Star Trek fonts, famous fonts, and dingbats, to name the main categories. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Randy Humphries
[i2design (or: i2 fontography)]

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Ray Larabie
[Typodermic]

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Rémi Lagast

Rémi Lagast lives in Le Soler, France. As a student, he created the modular purely octagonal typeface Aurora (2014) and the free avant garde typeface Gasalt (2014). Asgalt (2014) is a free sci-fi typeface. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

rebelsquadrons

Star-Vader. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Redcloud

Fontstructor who made the futuristic font A236 (2012), about which he writes: A custom font I designed for the title of my coming movie, A-236. The movie is set in a futuristic communist America, hence the dark and heavy lettering. Let me know what you think of the font and any changes you would make. Aka Torsten. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Redfonts
[Amit Botre]

Amit Botre (Redfonts) is the Indian designer (b. 1978) of AB Dent (1999), AB Engraved (1999), AB Fatchic (1999), AB Fubu (1999, pixel), AB Ultrachic (1999, rounded sans), ABBarberian (1999, art nouveau meets gothic), ABExp (1999, striped letters), ABMindblock (1999, Franz Kafka's lettering?), AbFangs (2000), ABFuturun (1999, futuristic), AB Cave (1999, grunge), AB Majik (1999, slender letters) and AB Nirvana (1999, display lettering).

Devian Tart link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Reflex Point fonts

Large collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy fonts. Contact Ming-Li Wang. The Babylon 5 series was created by Mike H. Lee. Contact Jim Sorenson. [Google] [More]  ⦿

René Verkaart
[Characters]

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Reserves (or: AE Type)
[Michael Jarboe]

Reserves (and, since 2012, AE Type) is a commercial foundry offering mostly techno faces. It is located in Carlsbad and Cardiff-by-the-Sea, CA, and run by Michael Jarboe. He graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art, and now lives and works in San Diego.

The earliest typefaces: Base (stencil), Evac (octagonal), Claes (a heavy blacked out display typeface named after Swedish sculptor Claes Oldenburg), Raider, Error (LED simulation face), Reserves03 (2009), Output II (2009), Scape (octagonal stencil), Void, Vacant (2009, monoline stencil), Debacle (2009), Scam (2009; a fun geometric experiment), Immortality, Asecs, Analog SE, Scheme (pixel face).

Typefaces made in 2010: Idiom (2010, a piano key family inspired by P22 Albers), Vector RG (2010, an octagonal typeface inspired by the 1979 Atari Asteroids video game UI screen font), Sevigne (2010, monoline geometric avant-garde sans that looks a bit like a stencil), Velvet (2010, a heavy rounded block retro typeface inspired by the typeset album covers of the protopunk rock band The Velvet Underground), Monocle (2010, monospaced and monoline geometric sans).

Typefaces made in 2011: Scape (2011, rounded monoline stencil family), Velvet (2011), Defense (2011, octagonal slabbed stencil), Offense (2011, strong octagonal mechanical family), Vanitas Bold (2011, Peignotian fashion mag typeface rooted in didones).

In 2012, Mike published Enamel (a condensed sans family---the inline version of Sorren), Sorren (a condensed sans influenced by neo-grotesque designs, and dada in style), Sorren Ex, Vanitas Stencil and Memoire (a charming fashion mag monoline hairline stencil).

Typefaces from 2013: A large Neue Haas Grotesk / Helvetica-style sans family called Acronym, from Hairline to Extra Black and Outline.

Typefaces from 2014: Reload (octagonal), Reload Stencil (military stencil).

Klingspor link. Behance link. Flickr site. Behance link. MyFonts link.

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Reticula.net
[Vincent Wicky]

Reticula.net (Reticula.fr) is a web design and web culture site run by Frenchman Vincent Wicky-Demaria, who made the free grunge font Defused (2006), 20 Cents Marker (2005) and the free futuristic stencil font Officer X (2006), as well as Inception (2011, multilined face) and Sweet Confusion (2011). Dafont link. Another URL. And another URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rian Hughes
[Device Fonts]

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Ricardo Crespo

Argentinian designer with Roberto Fernandez of Predec, Chill Out, Ano 84 (1993), Acustic Font (1995), Air Bag (1995), Baldosa, Bad Taste (1992), Casla Font (1995), Bitmapon Font (1994), Egolatra (1993), Gen Font (1994), Indy Car Font (1993), Galactic Groove Font (1995, for Startrek style work), Klee Font (1992), Metropolis (1996), Literal Font (1999), Overexpose Font (1994), People Font (1993), Pencil Font (1992), Raver (1998), Que Te Pasa (1993), and Tecno Funk Font (1993). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rich McNabb

Web designer in wellington, New Zealand. Creator of the sans typeface 30 Minutes to Mars (2014, free). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Richard Walledge

British designer of Back to the Future (2001). See also here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rihannische Schriftarten

Some Startrek fonts (Romulan, Romulus, etc.). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Riri-Soft

Designers of the trekkie/runic "Tales of Eternia Melniks Font" (1998-1001). Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rishabh Rohan

Aka Lord Jim III. Creator of Moonshadow (2014), Lightning Raid (2014), and Galaxy Warrior (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

RnR

The futuristic family called "Descent" used in some games. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Rob Barba
[Megami Studios]

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Robbiw Hancock

Creator of the techno typeface Renica (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Robert D. Anderson
[Lord Kyl's Medieval and Fantasy Fonts]

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Robert Fike

Graphic designer in San Antonio, TX, who created the free sci-fi typeface Evolve in 2014. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Robert Young

Designer in Montreal who created the circle-and-arc typeface Trois Ponts (2011) and the experimental alphabets Octogone (2011) and Paralysis (2011).

In 2013, he added the modular typeface Katoe and the 3d futuristic outline typeface Space.

Another Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roberto Fernandez

Argentinian designer with Ricardo Crespo of Predec, Chill Out, Air Bag (1995), Ano 84 (1993), Bad Taste (1992), Acustic Font (1995), Baldosa, Bitmapon Font (1994), Casla Font (1995), Egolatra (1993), Gen Font (1994), Galactic Groove Font (1995, for Startrek style work), Indy Car Font (1993), Klee Font (1992), Literal Font (1999), Metropolis (1996), Pencil Font (1992), Overexpose Font (1994), People Font (1993), Raver (1998), Que Te Pasa (1993), and Tecno Funk Font (1993). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roderic Molins

Graphic designer in Barcelona. He made the futuristic (techno) typeface Handgloves (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roger MummRoger Clark
[Yankosoft]

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Rohit Rc

Graduate of the College of Fine Arts in Bangalore, India. Still based in bangalore, Rohit designed the informal Latin typeface Rustyc (2014, advertised as bullet-proof, curvy yet tough) and the futuristic Latin typeface Space Age (2014). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Romulan

Romulan is a free Trekkie font family made in 1994. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Roni Tresnawan

Aka Roni Smith. Bandung, West Java-based graphic designer, b. 1986. He created the Startrek font Fluxious Advance (2009). Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ronnie Boy
[Ross Shapland]

Ronnie Boy is a typefoundry in Chicago set up by Ross Shapland (b. 1984, Bethesda, MD). Ross designed the stealth airplane techno font Flyover in 2012. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ronnie Cruz
[Cyberian Khatru]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ross Shapland
[Ronnie Boy]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

rosstyle

Chernovitsy, Ukraine-based designer of Raquest (2014, +Light), Dogmatist, Sintang (2014), Madagascar (2014), Delirium (2014, an outlined techno font).

Typefaces from 2013: Orangeblossom, Mercury, Adamantine, Kinematic, Plumbago.

Typefaces from 2012: Daniella, Ricky, Daster.

Other typefaces: Nikasia, Vaindega, Radisson, Goldman, Grandpiano, Plumbago (a sketch font), Spatter, Queenliness, Kinematic, Daydreaming, Demetria, Intertape, Decuman, Radixen.

Buy his fonts here. Google] [More]  ⦿

Roy Nyvold

[T-26] designer of the techno family Planetor (1999). Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Ryan Cook

Creator of the artificial language typeface Alien (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ryoichi Tsunekawa
[Flat-It]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Sakti Ardika

Pondok Gede, Indonesia-based creator (b. 1991) of the modular sci-fi typeface Abandon (2014). Fontspace link. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sam Bunny

Sam Bunny (Wellington, New Zealand) created Spaceman (2013), a sci-fi typeface, and Radius (2014, a modular typeface based on quarter circles). Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sam Gerrard
[Shore Creative Ltd]

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Samael1981

FontStructor who made several artificial language fonts, including Ancient Heliopolis (2013, as seen in Stargate SG1 "Heliopolis"), Ancient Avalon (2013) and Ancient Standard (2013, as seen in Stargate SG1 & Stargate Atlantis). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sami Laitala

Zigan Trad Okudeska is a Klingon language font, copyright ZLI Sami Laitala (1996). Created by Sami Laitala from Finland. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Samuel Goldstein
[Writ Large Fonts]

[MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Samuel John Ross
[Cumberland Fontworks]

[More]  ⦿

Santi Vilagran Casanovas
[Antidesign]

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Sarreyn

Creator of the artificial Galactic language script typeface Habburu (2010, FontStruct).

In 2013, Sarreyn published Azurite, Malachite, Peridot, Gold, Slyness2, Quartz, Sunstone. Some of these refer to the (artificial) Galactic language. [Google] [More]  ⦿

schandmaul

2MB worth of Startrek fonts in just two zip files. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Schriftarten

About 25 TrueType fonts, mostly of the science fiction/Startrek mold. Swiss Startrek site. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sci Fi fonts

Big Sci Fi font archive maintained by Patrick Cleary. Nicely categorized for easy processing. Direct access. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sci-Fi 2000

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

Sci-Fi Fonts

Jaap Veldhorst's 400+ sci-fi fonts archive. Direct downloads. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Scott Nuss

Aspiring architect, amateur graphic designer, and amateur typographer in San Luis Obispo, CA. Gifted a flair and taste for techno, he created Gears of Peace (2010), Disco Diva (2007, multilined, all caps), PerfectDarkZero (2010, stencil), and Nuss Motorsports (2010; stenciled upper case). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Scott Sullivan
[1919 Type Foundry]

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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]  ⦿

Sebastián Gonzalez

Sebastián graduated from Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana de Santiago de Chile in 2007. For the type design course there, he created the oblique techno typeface Rápida. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sebastian Bentler
[Dezyner Records (was: Dezyne.de)]

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Sebastian Kostrubala

Polish designer of the futuristic typeface Cleev Reticulean (2004). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sebastian Wießner

Creator in 2008 of Homeblock (cubic) and Homeboots (futuristic). Alternate URL. Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sergio Fajardo Aleman

Mexico City-based web and graphic designer, b. 1987, who is studying graphic design at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico. His typographic work includes the futuristic Thunderbop (2007), done as part of a school project. Alternate URL. Download site. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Seznam Knih Star Treku

Startrek mini-archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

sg28232

FontStructor who made the bilined typeface Tron (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shabie

FontStructor whose fonts include Tron ROCFS (2011, Star wars face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shaver Studios

Shaver Studios, located in central California, created the futuristic squarish typeface Uzi (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shaw Calgary Community Web

Three Startrek fonts here: Hamilton Steel, Star Next, Bajoran. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Shiroishi Tetsuya
[Niko Design Works (was: 643 Double Play Combi)]

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Shore Creative Ltd
[Sam Gerrard]

Sam Gerrard (Shore creative Ltd) is the Liverpool-based creator of the futuristic typeface Meridian (2007). No downloads. [Google] [More]  ⦿

ShyFoundry (was: ShyFonts)
[Derek Vogelpohl]

ShyFoundry (formerly ShyFonts Type Foundry), located in Elkhorn, NE, was founded in 1995 by Derek Vogelpohl (b. Phoenix, AZ, 1971), whose (often techno) fonts used to be free. His original free font site closed down in February 2001. The fonts were thereafter available at CybaPee's site. Fontspace link.

Derek briefly joined ApostrophicLabs in March 2001. His first font there is Phosphorus. In 2001, he created the beautiful Plasmatica family, PhosphorusII, Avondale (a great display family), and the large Covington text family, which is also available now for the Tex community. Dafont link.

In 2008, he took his operation to MyFonts. Each type family comes in 8 to 12 styles.

  • His old free font list: AlienEncounters, ArcheryBlack, AftershockDebris, AlienEncounters, AmericanaDreams, SF DigitalReadout [1999; in 2009, a commercial version, SF Digital Readout Pro appeared], DistantGalaxy, GrooveMachine, HollywoodHills (octagonal, like wood type), MoviePoster, OuterLimits, PlanetaryOrbiter, SFAtarianSystem, SFBigWhiskey, SFCosmicAge, SFFortuneWheel, SFGothican, SF Junk Culture, SFJuggernaut, SFNewRepublic, SFOldRepublic, SFSportsNight, SFSquareHead, SFTattleTales, SFTechnodelight, SFZeroGravity, SFCollegiate, SFMoviePoster, SolarSailer, StarDust, Telegraphic, ViperSquadron, SF IronSides, SF GrooveMachine, SF TransRobotics, SF Balloons, SF Intellivised, SF Obliquities, SF Willamette, ActionMan, Arborcrest, Automaton, Buttercup, ChromeFenders, SF Espionage, SF Square Head Pro (2009, with Roger S. Nelsson at CheapProFonts), SF Square Root, EccentricOpus, GrungeSans, Intermosaic (pixel family), Intoxicated, IronGothic, Laundromatic, Quartzite, SlapstickComic (comic book font family), SynthonicPop, SF Wasabi (oriental simulation), TheraminGothic, Ferretopia, Toontime, Retroesque, Chaerilidae, Gushing Meadow (dripping blood family), Shai Fontai, Retro Splice.
  • Free fonts made in 2008: SF Fourche, SF Florencesans (a huge family), SF Plasmatica, SF Slapstick Comic, SF Speedywaystar.
  • Commercial fonts: SF Groove Machine Pro, SF Quartzite Pro, SF Animatron (2008, a redesign of the techno family SF TransRobotics), SF Tekamah (2008, futuristic), SF Portabello (2008, bold and edgy headline family), SF Hallucination, SF Hypocrisy (2009, simple sans), SF Pale Bottom (2009), SF Outer Limits (2009), SF Orson Casua (2009), SF Old Republic (2009), SF Obliquities (2009), SF New Republic (2009), SF Movie Poster (2009), SF Minced Meat (2009), SF Chrome Fenders (2009), SF Eccentric Opus (2009), SF Buttacup (2009), SF Chaerilidae (2009), SF Covington (2009), SF Espionage (2009), SF Deco Techno (2009), SF Baroquesque (2009), SF Ferretopia (2009), SF Chromium 24 (2009), SF Avondale (2009), SF Electrotome (2009), SF Cosmic Age (2009), SF Hallucination (2009), SF Florencesans (2009), SF Zimmerman (2009, hand-printed).
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Sidewalk [or: Sledgehammer]

Creator (b. 1994) of the free sci-fi fonts Android (2013), Electroman (2013), Escape (2013), Builder and High Orbit (2013), Exynos (2013). Other fonts include Kolo (2013), Rough Brush Script (2013), Trash Boxes (2013), Panther (2013) and Trackers (2013). His name is Isaac K. Aka Sledgehammer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Signalgrau *(was: eyesaw fontz)
[Dirk Uhlenbrock]

Signalgrau was eyesaw fontz. It offered free Mac/PC T1 and TrueType fonts by Dirk Uhlenbrock from Essen, Germany (b. 1964). Many of his fonts are "techno", but there is some variation in the selection. The "Creatures" dingbat is very very funny, and a must-see. Check also the erotic font Xxx, which can be seen here. Names: Alienation, AlienationOutline, Alieo, Apollo9, Apollo9Italic, Atman, AtmanBold, Atmandings, Bald, Baldhead, BeBop, Bebop, Bite, Bits, Blob, BlobThin, Bubble, BubbleWild, Crack, Creatures, Dennis, Dioptrin, Dna, Electrance, Frakt, Gordon, Launchpad, Max, Kazoo, M Werk, Rosalinde (original script-techno font available at Fountain), Jetset, FSB, Ticket, ORAV (hacker font), Paul5, Paul6, PlakatOne, PlakatTwo, Push, Rubbermaid, RubbermaidSingle, Scrabble (1999), Speedway, Splat, Ticker, Tubeone, Tubetwo, Tvdinner, TvdinnerFull, Ufo, UfoItalic, Xxx, Yodle, Honey (pixel font), Super, Girl (Fountain, 2002), Robotron (Fountain: futuristic type). Swisz, a 5-weight family, is used in the magazine Massiv. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Simon Barja Caride

Creator of the free wide sci-fi typeface Tiësto (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Simon Parra-Mongk

Graphic designer in Medellin, Colombia. Creator of the sci-fi typeface Parallax (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Singular

Mexican design studio in Monterrey. Behance link.

Creator of Libertina (2012, experimental typeface), Hubbletype (2012, a sci-fi family), and Singularity (2012, a hyper-condensed thin typeface). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Skin
[Justin Sola]

Skin is Justin Skola. Designer of the techno typeface Klunk (2007, T-26) and of the octagonal Anglegrinder (2009, T-26).

MyFonts page. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Skyhaven
[Alex Tomlinson]

Alex Tomlinson (Skyhaven) is an illustrator and graphic designer in Portsmouth, UK, b. 1992. He started creating free fonts in 2010.

Designer in 2010 of the experimental fonts Drugs, Obesity and Prodigium OS.

In 2012, he designed the hand-printed typefaces Scrappy Le Doot, On Kayak, The Low Down, Lunar Oatmeal, Datamost, Retro Supermarket, Konata, Luna Graph, Clark Summit, Real Toyz, Nocturne, The Snails, StPauls, Arking (graffiti style), Conspiracy, Skeluna, Lava Lamp, Summertime Lovin (outlined signage typeface), and Nonsense. Wub Machine and Spikes (2012) are playful typefaces. Penn Avenue and The Enemy Gene are fattish poster fonts. Get The Fuck Up (2012) and Des Pot (2012) are outlined comic book typefaces, while Nammy Sans is a comic book typeface designed for balloons. Centipede (2012) is a squiggly typeface. Mega Sans and Ursa Cape (2012) are outlined shadowed typefaces. Ursa Minor (2012) is a sci-fi typeface. Retro Gamer is a horizontally-striped geometric typeface. Raditad (2012) is a horizontally-striped sketch face. Iron Furnaces (2012) is ultra-condensed. Nite Owl (2012) is an avant-garde typeface. Red Fish (2012) is a grunge typeface based on napkin writing. Ded End (2012) is a grungy typewriter typeface. In Metro Caves is a grungy textured typeface. Super Rad (2012) is a geometric sans typeface.

Further typefaces from 2012 include Red Snapper, Metro Skies, Belle West, The Moon, Fisher, Alisky, Enjoy The Alien, Whisperings, The Real World, Swift Death, Tall Trees, Windsor Hand, Distort Me, Split The Atom, Ursa Drop, Klondike7, Belle West, Nammy Sans, Pixel This, Summertime Lovin (comic book lettering), Spikes, Monday Morning, Where My Keys, Firefly Navigator, Coconut Point, Clarks Summit Panic (blood drip typeface), First Impressions (hand-printed), Ocean City Park (hand-printed), Limit Break, Space Game, Sky Metropolis (hand-printed), California Rad (poster face), Yellowjackets (hand-printed), Organic Fear (scary typeface), Frenzy (ornamental caps), Green Surf, Sky Fanci, Killin It, Fix You (outlined face), Punkin Pie (3d outline font), Alligator Sky (hand-printed), Freaking Strange (grunge), Oh God Why (sketched face), In The Know (condensed and hand-printed), Kamikaze (brush face), Wintered Debts, Overhead (alchemic), Wintermint, Festivala, Freaking Strange, Whale Watching, Everything's Fine, Goodnight Freak, Twilight Ozone, Distort Me, Snow Fox, Bouncing on the walls, Sleeping on a cloud, Sketchbook Nasty, On the edge, Outta Da Box, Bold Universe, Splendid Stencil, First Impressions, Strange Rituals (an avant-garde geometric sans), Regular Font (hand-printed outline and shadow font), Shanty Hand, Strawberry Avalanche, Take Warning (blood drip face), Playtitle, Hairliner, Over Atlantic City (tall hand-drawn poster font), Skyliner (tall poster font), Retroland, Owl Creek (a campground font), Insanity, Lake Script, Lakeshore Drive (poster font), Gorilla Comix, Bamboo Brisk, Scranton Fancy, Ruby Glow, Happy Dreams Med Mono, Lost in the sound (chalk font), Ice Cream Sandwich, Art Center, Shark Fighter, Minds Alike, Supersonic Love, Brushie Brushie, Rainy Day (thin poster font), Maggie Moo (comic book font), Kinda Messy, Midsummer Circus, Ocean Coastlines, Hillside Vista, Fox Connection, Cheap Frames, Problems, Rustik (grungy), Tribal Type, Songbird, Angry Mob, New Visions, Parachutes, Loud and Clear (scratchy typeface), From The Woods.

Typefaces designed in 2013: Brinetext Black (a poster font), The Grand Staircase, Windsor, Spacecraft, Nevermore, Paper Airplanes, Whipped Scream, Paper Airplanes, Sing Out, Bright and Beautiful, Into The Vortex, Embxz, Awkward, Summer Jams (outlined face), Sombody (sic) to Love, Tekno Trance, Spinning Around, Up with the Birds, Campground, Linemaster (outline face).

Typefaces from 2014: Supersonik, Whirly Birdie, The Ramble, Lazy Summer, Red Moon Rising (alchemic font), The Perfect Wave, Realistik (upright script), Brinetext Pattern (textured typeface).

Devian Tart link. Behance link. Dafont link. Another Dafont link. Fontspace link. Aka Skyhaven. Dafont link Behance link. Creative Market link. Old URL for Skyhave Fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Slabface 2010

Oblique futuristic (non-slab!!) typeface made in 2010 by an anonymous designer. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sleepite

UK-based designer of LooP (2007), a futuristic face. [Google] [More]  ⦿

SlyFi Multimedia

StarTrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

smallbar

FontStructor who made Tolkien Dwarvish (2010), Regality (2011, kitchen tile face), Regal (2011), Bit Trip (2011, from the Bit Trip series of games), TRON Legacy (2010, +Full, +UC: futuristic, after the movie), Negative UC (2010), Razorback UC (2010). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Smart Minds
[Paul Lukes]

Paul Lukes (Paul Lukes Design) lives in San Francisco, and is involved as Smart Minds in advertising branding. He designed the futuristic Acoma Lower Case in 2009. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Smile Studio
[Tohru Fukushima]

Japanese design studio with about ten wonderful free and original fonts by Tohru Fukushima: Butthole Surfers (curly), Pavement (papyrus type), Taitoh Katakana (square katakana), Fresh Young Fellows (handwriting), BMX Bandits, Dinosaur Jr (grunge), KC (ink run), Michael's Type (grunge typewriter face), Onsoku-Seinen (grunge), 3Code (not free), Garbage- Garbage-Version2, Ministry, Pavement-Alternative (old typewriter), SummerCamp (4 font-family, including katakana), Views, Taitoh (not free), RapidEyeMovement, MichaelsType-Life Rich Pageant, and MinistrySansSerif. The fonts have an SS prefix.

At Font Pavilion, you can buy SS Views, and the 3-Code family (romaji, katakana, hiragana). Alternate URL. He also designed Arakawa (1997), BSurfersPlane (1997).

At Dafont, we find these free fonts, all made ca. 1998: BSurfersPlane (curly script around the theme of buttholes), DaidohRemixRound, DaidohRemixRoundIalic, DaidohRemixRoundJka, DaidohRemixRoundJkaSha, DinosaurJrPlane (hand-printed), SUMMERCAMP (futuristic), SUMMERCAMPIalic, SUMMERCAMPKa, SUMMERCAMPKaSha.

Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Solid Snake's Game Shrine
[Steve Snape]

Designer of the futuristic faces MGS2 Menu, Metal Gear, Metal-Gear-Solid-2 and Tactical-Espionage-Action (free). Dafont link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sonic Savior
[Friso M. Roest]

Soest-based Friso Roest (Sonic Savior) is the Dutch designer of the free futuristic typeface Antediluvian (2005-2006). Dafont link. The commercial typeface Sonica (2006) grew out of this. Archemy (2007) is reminiscent of medieval magic. MyFonts link which goes like this: Sonic Savior is a collaborative project of a Dutch designer, a sound engineer, and an alchemist by the name of Senior Zadith. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Sora Sagano
[Dot Colon (also: Arro, Alt Rivet)]

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Soulpowerworks

Designer based in Rome, b. 1989. Designer of reNOISE (2007, fat futuristic all caps display face). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Space Fonts

Large techno/futuristic free/shareware download site. Direct downloads. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Space Fonts

Collection/archive of space/aliens-related fonts, archived by A. Kroger. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Spaceship

Karlsruhe, Germany-based design and communication studio. Behance link. Creators of the futuristic techno family Cygnus Alpha (2009). [Google] [More]  ⦿

SpaceStation (also: hmeneses)

Mexican designer of Spiderman (1997), made after the 1979 movie by that name. He also designed the futuristic CloneWars (2003). He uses the nickname Hmeneses, and copyrights his fonts to "SpaceStation". Another font is Underworld, based on the movie Underworld Evolution (2006), as an alternative to Jim Marcus's commercial typeface T26 Eremaeus. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sparklefonts
[Geoff Anderson]

Sparklefonts (est. 2005) showcases the work of founder Geoff Anderson, who wants to maintain legibility without compromising style. Chocolate is a flexible, monoline comic book family. Also: Obsidian (comic book), Festival (art nouveau), Dialog (liquid, with stencil versions), Groundhog, Tungsten (futuristic). The foundry is located in rural South-West England. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sparky Type (or: Sparky Malarkey)
[David Buck]

From Wellington, New Zealand, David Buck's creations at SparkyType: Blankey (2002, OpenType, free), Kiwi (2001), Goose, Billy (1998), Charmy (2001), Panhandler (2004, hand-inked look), Pants, Munch Corn, Tarnation (2000, with Craig Duffney), Yakitty, Paste, Sheriff, Rubic (2001), Chicken (2000), ChickenBonus (2000). All fonts have a hand-printed look.

Some fonts are sold at Chankstore: Cuba3D, Thri (2001, three-lined glyphs), Rubble, Timberlake, Stacker (2002), Chicken, McKracken (2001), Munter. In addition, Chankstore offered these free fonts by David Buck: Lowery Auto (2001), SpaceToaster, and PolarBear (2001). David worked from 2001-2002 at Chank Fonts in Minneapolis.

Since 2003, his typefaces can also be bought at MyFonts: Amoeba (2007, computer look), Antelope (2007, futuristic), Milford (2007, art deco black without holes), Skyler (2007, almost architectural lettering family), Billy, Tarnation, Munter (2001), Rubic, Thri, Chickens, McKracken, Rubble, Lodge, Nisswa (2003, Western slab serif), Nine Thousand (2010), Fancy, Jolene (2003), Farmer (2003), Messcara (2004, handwriting), Ruby (2005, comic book face), Sudsy (2007, comic book style), Milford (2007, art deco), Sundae (2005, informal script at YouWorkForThem), Billy Serif (2006), David Propane (2005).

In 2003, David started DavidBuck.Com. You Work For Them link. Klingspor link. View David Buck's typefaces. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

SpideraysFonts
[Owen Dawson]

Owen Dawson (b. 1970, Scunthorpe, UK) initially created exclusively free typefaces. late in 2012, he went commercial via MyFonts. Owen lives in Darlington, UK.

Typefaces made in 2013: Exterminate, Vampire Blood, Elektra Assassin, Prometheus, Video Pirate (grungy caps), LOL, NFL Jaguars (athletic shirt font).

His typefaces from 2012: Platoon, Manic Depressive, Spiderman Eclipse, Falling Skies, PIR2 (geometric stencil), Honeycombed (hexagonal), Dynamo Magician, Olympiad XXX (dingbats), London 2012, License Plate USA, Registration Plate UK (as used on both UK Standard and UK Standard 3D registration plates), I Am Sherlocked (grunge), The X-Files (old typewriter), The Amazing Spider-man, Marvel Heroes (comic book figurines).

He created these typefaces in 2011: the gothic faces ThunderCats-Ho, Papier Maché, Generator REX (grunge), Wizards Magic, Witches Magic, Dig Dug, Cross Stitch (stitching face), Monaco Stitch, Mythbusters (grungy, based on the famous TV show), Kryptoscripto (signage face), Farscape, Secret Mole, Silk, Heroes (hand-printed), Dem Bones (letters made up of bones), Garfield (cartoon face), Accused (a white-on-black grotesk face), The Hands of Deaf (a sign language face), Crimson Petal (grungy), Battleforce 5 (Startrek face), Bakugan (heavy display face), Naked, Crimson Petal (after the title sequence of the Crimson Petal and the White), SpideRaY, Rosetta Stone, Stop Shark Finning, Calligraphy Pen, Double Pencil, Light Emitting Diodes (dot matrix face), Movember (moustache face), Pencil Stencil, Watchmen, Compostable.

Fonts from 2010 or earlier: The Deeper (2010), Trueblood (2009), FreeFontPro (2010), Misfits, Fangtasia, The Event, Clash of the Dinosaurs (2010), The Avengers (2010, futuristic), The Mighty Avengers (2010), Shaun The Sheep (2010), Joshuas Font (2010), Lazytown (2010, cartoon face).

Aliases: SpideRaY, Windows Tips Club. Abstract Fonts link. Dafont link. Dafont link to Spideray. Devian Tart link. Behance link. Another Behance link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Spock

Ten Startrek fonts archived here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Staffan Vilcans

Stockholm-based programmer, b. 1970. Creator of Dark Jubilee (2014, octagonal typeface), The Art of Illuminating (2005, blackletter; based on an image scanned from The Art of Illuminating As Practised in Europe from the Earliest Times by W. R. Symms, with an Essay and Instructions by M. D. Wyatt, Architect. London. Published April 2nd 1860 by Day and Son, Lithographers to the Queen), Blöjbytesdepå (2005), Rat Paws (2000), Angular (2005), Hopfer Hornbook (2005, after lettering by Daniel Hopfer (circa 1470-1536)), Tuer's Cardboard font (2005, design taken from a cardboard battledore in Tuer's History of the Horn-Book, 1896) and Inero (2005, futuristic typeface).

Dafont link. OFL link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Star Trek Fonts

Big Star Trek font archive. Direct downloads. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Star Trek Fonts

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

Star Trek Fonts

Star Trek font archive, featuring a 1.8MB file with all Star Trek fonts on the site. By Chris Gray. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Star Trek Fonts

Star Trek font archive, featuring a 1MB file with all Star Trek fonts on the site. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Star Trek Fonts -- Alien Races
[Erwin van der Waal]

Startrek font archive by Erwin van der Waal for fonts from Bajoran, Cardassian, Ferengi, Gornathan, Klingon, Klinzhai, Romulan, Tholian. Also, starfleet fonts on an adjacent page. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Star Trek LCARS Database

Small Star Trek font archive. The font LCARS is also here: it seems to ripped off from Swiss 911 Ultra Compressed BT. [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]  ⦿

Starfleet Command

Medium-sized Startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Stargate

Eight Startrek fonts in a zip file. Includes Bitstream's StarTrekNext Pi BT. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Starshine

Medium-sized Startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

StarTrek Archive

StarTrek archive. Many truetype fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

StarTrekArchiv.com

StarTrek archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

StarWars-Union.de

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

Stefan Ruetz
[A hundred dollars and a dog]

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Stefanie Schwarz

Stefanie Schwarz studied Visual Communication Design at Pforzheim University (Germany), University of Georgia (USA) and the State Academy of Art and Design Stuttgart (Germany).. She now works as a freelance designer and since 2006 as an assistant in Visual Communication Design at Pforzheim University.

[T-26] designer of the futuristic More Modern family (2005) consisting of Light, Medium, Black and Pixel.

In 2007, she added More Modern Flow.

In 2008, she created FF Polymorph, a fun family that includes the alchemic typeface FF Polymorph North.

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Stephen M. Knouse
[Essqué Productions]

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Steve Cloutier

Quebec-based designer (b. 1971) in 2010 of the outline face Elégante and of the grunge faces Apocalypse Regular, Arbre, Autodestruction, Papineau (hand-printed), de Lorimier, Gardien d'herbe, Elusion (organic), Cataclysme (grunge), Wolfred Nelson (rubber stamp caps), Chénier (grunge), Crack and Bold, Fleur de Lys (dingbats that are useful pour mon pays), Manuscrit, Ancien (grungy inline face), Confusion, Patriote 1837 Regular, Arbre (hand-printed) and Cloutier Script (hand-printed).

Typefaces created in 2011: Sioux Caps (ornamental caps: a scanbat face), Flower Cap (floriated caps), Damned (a grungy horror movie typeface), Sketch Me (a sketched face).

Typefaces from 2012: Dill Francis, I Hate Futur, Fabrics (stitch font), Stucco, Children, Hacking Trashed, Flower (floriated caps), Arbre, Patriotes 1837, Damned Deluxe, Trashed Light (grunge), Leather (ornamental caps), Punk Rock Show, Crack And Bold, Ana Eve (grunge), British Museum 1490 (ornamental caps), Nature Font (grungy caps), Chenier (grunge), Mosaique (a textured typeface), Motor Pieces (commercial), Mixtec Codice (Maya, Aztec or Inca dingbats), Parkinson (grungy outlines), Ludger Duvernay, Monster, Sponge, Napoleon (a nice fat poster face), Negative Film, Nelson Old Newspaper, Fuck Autority (sic), Rene Levesque (hand-printed), First Nation (an Indian scanbat face), Pustule, Emilie (hand-printed caps), Papineau (hand-printed), Sixties, Dali, Midnight (brush face), Fairy Tale (ornamental caps), Tiger Balloon (African-themed), Rafael (fat poster face), Sacred Place (heavy poster family), Pistache Regular (unicase Plakat font), Morning Stress, Hippie Gypsy (ornamental caps), FBI Old Report (old typewriter face), Mitsouskos, Ten O Clock (a multiline hand-printed face), Strawbwrry, Jewels, CF Night of the Damned, CF One Two Trees (tree-themed), Hagadou (bejeweled letters), CF Punk Forever (white on black grunge), CF Anabelle (curly script), CF Samurai Bob, CF Marie-Eve, CF Christmas Shit, CF Pinceau (fat brush face), CF Deco 1492, CF Cracked Stone, CF Metropolis Serif, CF Punky, CF Snowball (snow-capped glyphs), CF Tuques, CF Revolution, CF Fashion, CF Tissus, CF Christmas Letters, CF Diamond (diamond-studded letters), CF Stencil Orama, CF Dallas Stars (stars and stripes face), CF Old Photograph Credit Font, CF Christmas Letters.

Typefaces from 2013: CF National Stitches, CF Spaceship, Historia (sans caps), CF WireFrame, CF NaVia, CF Sortilege, CF Spirality, CF Charlie, CF Fredo Style, CF Little Monsters (alphadings), CF Tissus, CF I Love Montreal (fat finger face), CF Jungle, CF Paris (art deco caps), CF Marie Eve Cartoons, CF Circuit Electrique, CF Jack Story, CF Punk Attitude, CF Billabong, CF I Want To Believe Comp (grunge), CF Zombie Party (crayon or lipstick font), CF Life Is Beautiful (paint font), CF Gothika (grungy blackletter), CF Manifesto (painted letters), CF Rise of Nations, CF The Lost Batallion, CF Armageddon, CF Electronic Board, CF Old Typography (letterpress font), CF Modern 165, CF Hockey Players (dingbats published on the day the Montreal Canadians were humiliated, 6-1, by the Ottawa Senators in the Stanley Cup playoffs), CF Nelson Old Caracters (sic), Peru Adventure, CF Montreal High School (athletic lettering), Urban Life (textured font), CF Same Old Story (grunge), CF Plants And Flowers, CF Cant Change The World (clean, hand-printed), CF Jeanne Mance, CF Jeans Collection (textured), CF Alien Abduction, CF Rebelle (brush font), CF Jungle Adventure, CF Never Trust A Hippy, CF Anarchy (ransom note font), CF Life Is A Dream (grunge), CF Farwest, CF Typocraft, CF Politicians Killers (blood drip face), CF Technomania, CF Technorama, CF I Love Ugly Fonts, CF Ribbon, CF Tree Of Life, CF Revenge, CF Back to School, CF Nut And Bolts, CF Final Conflict (brush script), CF Nostalgia (brush face), CF Industrial Fabrics (textured face), CF Font Shading, CF Rock Age, CF Nouvelle France (antiqued alphabet), CF My Bloody Valentine, CF Ceinture Flechee (multilined typeface), CF Disappointed, CF Atlantide, CF Bucherons (texture face), CF Simon Marchessault (hand-printed), CF Haunted House (brush face), Gray Texture, CF Space Cowboy (textured typeface), CF Louis Cyr.

Typefaces from 2014: CF Goliath, CF Alone on Earth, Stencil o Rama, Bad News (textured face), CF Xerography, CF Milk, CF Springtime, CF Crayons, CF Dwarf, CF Asshole Politicians, CF Old Milwaukee (spurred typeface), CF Paris Old Style (grungy Peignotian typeface), Creature of Darkness (textured typeface), Quebec Stamp (grungy stencil), Schizophrenia (neurotic typeface), La Belle Helene, CF William Wallace, CF Dots 521, CF LCD 521, CF America, CF Left Behind, CF Jacques Cartier, CF My Best Friend.

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Steve Cooley

Steve Cooley (from Silicon Valley) used iFontMaker in 2010 to create a number of hand-drawn dingbats and fonts: CooleyAloha, CooleyCasual, CooleyCats, CooleyChunk, CooleyDraftsmanship, CooleyGreetingCardSans, CooleyGreetingCardSerif, CooleyInconsistentDouble, CooleyInverted, CooleyQuestionableSans, CooleySlowball, CooleyUrbanScrawl, Rawr, RobotArms.

At FontStruct in 2008, he created Pew Pew Pew (futuristic), Netlabel Round, and Redneck Astronaut (ray and laser gun dingbats). Blog. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Steve Snape
[Solid Snake's Game Shrine]

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Studio Charlie

Italian graphic design group headed by Gabriele Rigamonti (b. Italy, 1976), Carla Scorda (b. Italy, 1976), Vittorio Turla (b. Italy, 1975). The company is located in Rovato, Brescia, Italy.

Fonts sold by MyFonts: the DIN-inpired 6-style sans family Superbastone (2006), the futuristic Stereotype family (2005), the skull dingbat font Catacumbes (2006), the ransom note font Cavillus (2006), the dog dingbat font Charliedog (2006), the leafs dingbat font FontFoliae (2006), the Stencil G family (2006) and the rounded octagonal family Pied de Poule Text (2006) were codesigned by all three founders.

In 2007, they added Insects (dingbats), Design We Like (dingbats), MyFace (an award-deserving collection of faces), Friz Biz (simple children's hand), Washing Machine (dingbats), Superbastone (sans family), Superclosed, Supersquared, Superstarlike, and Superwood.

In 2008, we saw the publication of Retrofont, a very condensed high contrast sans.

In 2009, the dot matrix typeface Superpois saw the light.

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Stuff!!

Categorized font archive with Asian, Balloo, Ball, Blackletter, Broken, Brushstroke, Chiselled, Computer, Crazy, Runic, Scary, Script, Slanted, StarTrek, Stencil, TV/Movie, Typewriter, Uncial, and Western categories. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sunny Tudu

Dhaka, Bangladesh-based designer, who created the cursive script typeface Autograph (2013), the organic display typeface Radius (2013), Cartoon (2013, a comic book family in Solid, Bevel, Border and Shadow styles), Script (2013), Quarto (2013, a thin organic sans), Blackbelt (2013, futuristic), and Story (2013, hand-printed). Other typefaces from 2013 include Acute, Paradox (bilined), Summer, Kinetic (bilined), Romantica, Ranger, Erode, Bermuda, Turning, Techno, Floral, Century (futuristic), Master.

In 2014, Sunny published the scratchy typeface Bristle, the multilined typefae Have A Nice Day, the sharp-edged sans typeface Pleasant, the graceful script typeface Sprinter and the flowing script typeface Charcoal.

Purchase his fonts at Graphic River. [Google] [More]  ⦿

SW

One zip file with about 15 StarWars fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Swip Stolk

Dutch graphic designer from Zaandam (b. 1944), who created the Swip alphabet and typeface in 2002. It is an alphabet in which each symbol represents one Latin character, as in a code. Careful: this page resets the browser window size. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Sydney Rohm

FontStructor who made the futuristic faces Lost in upper space and Lost in lower space in 2010. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Symbol fonts

Startrek dingbat font archive. Includers Dominic Barbusci's Trekbats. Also Howard Anderson's Star Trek Pi BT and Star Trek Next PI BT. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Synnoske Matsumi
[Breezesquad]

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Tattoo Woo (or: Smokewire)
[Jonathan Stephen Harris]

Tattoo Woo (or: Smokewire) is American tattooist Jonathan Harris.

In 2011, he created the curly gothic tattoo faces Hot Chocolate Latte, League of Ages, Royal Inferno, Tribal Times and Tribal Dragon, and the spiky typeface Quasari (2011). He also made Jelly Swirls (curly), Highway to hell, What a mess (grunge), Pixie Moon, Sword Thrasher, Starship XXXII (Star Trek face), Christmas Snow (art nouveau snowcapped glyphs), and Jazzy Caveman (a stone age face).

Typefaces created in 2012: Bright Star Tonight, Harristoon, a crayon series (Crimes Times Six, Colored Crayns, XXX Dirty Jokes XXX, Harris Wear, Black Crayon), Alien Mutations Begin, Vineyard Magazines, Forbidden Land (scratchy face), Way Gardens (flowery script), Pencil Shading, Cartoon Shadow, Heart Shapes, Sassy Stark, Back to School, Black Eye Peas, Silly People, Street Art (a great ink splatter font), Heartbroken, Jen Luves Ben Forever, Heart Broken, Catalina, Anywhere but home, Holly Christmas, Kringley Christmas (dingbats), Seasons Greetings, Cheese Cake, Abraham Heights, Call me maybe (sketch font), Lydia Puente (calligraphic script), Tribal Script, The Daily Bread (a beautiful ronde), Naughty Nights, a set of four Asian brush style faces (Japanese Style, All Yoko, Chinese Asian Style, Chinese Takeaway), Hey Cutie, Zing Easy (brush), Kids Play, Keep It Simple (loopy script), Standing Tall (anguished Kafkaesque typeface), The Abandoned Treasure (brushy caps face), The Mocking Bird, Nighty Nights, Road Trip, Been Hanging Around, Divided Nations, Dodger Gear, The Best Night (brush), Stencil Brush (brush), Quite Chocolatey, Round About (stitch font), Physics Teacher, Madman Howling, Love Sequel, Cross Out, My Mistake, Colours of Autumn, Da Streets (graffiti face), Hard Fox (stencil brush), You Are Precious (curly script), The Blue Oasis, Dysfunctional Family (brush face), Lovely Excuse (brush family), No Fear (brush face), Dead End, The Art Show (brush face), Comical Smash, The Quick, The Lost Paintings, Stone Age, Eyeliner Tattoo, Sketch Pad, Art Class (spilled paint face), Ink Studio, Stay Holy Okay, Water Park (bubblegum face), Urban Jungle, Geez Seriously (curly typeface), Crazy Weekend, Slimeball, Real People, A Brush No, Beware of the Hogs (blood drip typeface), Definitely Maybe, Draw Freehand, Bloodthirsty (blood drip font), Zombie Slayer (blood drip font), Your Bloody Choice (blood drip font), Barn Animals, Comic Strip, Scribble Fun (textured face), Boom Shanker, Girly Punk, Pucky, Spray Break, Font Insane, Fairground, Last Breath (2012),Follow Your dreams, Together Again, Drawing Guides, Death Branch, Panda Spots, Fuzzy Bear, Threadz Needle, Homeboy, Hairs Dens Bag, Primitive Alien, Bonney Lass, Cake Nom (3d and shaded), Headshop (psychedelic), Tribal Butterflies (dings), Tribal Dragons Tattoo Designs, Tribal Animals Tattoo Designs, Abstract Alien Symbols, Jewelry Design Shapes, Wander Ball, Love Hue, The Fat Store, Chooka Zoon (bubblegum face), Happy Roxy, Hearts and Stars, Arcade Book, Teaspoon Display (swashy calligraphic face), Ready Black (another swashy calligraphic face), The Lodger Rang (gothic script), Sketch Book, Sketchline, Drafting, Last Breath (tattoo font), Drawing Pad, Child's Play, Design Bubble, A Stitch Plus Nine, Ming in Bling (comic book shadow face), You Are Something (curly script), Hot Pink, How To Do Something (comic book face), I Love What You Do, Get Wet.

Typefaces from 2013: Seaside Heights, Falling Rain, Ace Records, Today People, Night Adder, Squicky (curly font), No Messin (scratchy brush), Wrong Tracks, Postcard From Mars, Aluminum Trucks/a> (script), Life Azures, The Waddys, The Angels, Oliver Richards (brush face), Arabic Magic, Messenger, Anxiety Management, Basterds, Beep Beep, Suburban Legends, Street Wild, Abreviater, Snowmania, Yak Shamash, Booday, Everyday Mayhem, Mega Team, Beaty Pagent (sic), Monster Unleashed, Hopeless Place, Alley Cat, The Lovers, Crazy Rascals, Golden Star, Gimme Your Love, Every Freakin Night (a sketched poster face), Big Top, Hopeless Place, The Lovers, Alley Cat, Queenie Beebie, Swirly Shirley (curly script), Dark World (scratchy face), Fun House (sketched face), Ultimate Chaos, Wake Me Up, Find A Way, Fat Tats (signage script), Big Winks, Nothing To Lose (blood drip typeface), Art Brewery (brush font), Holiday Blues (scratchy brush), Punked Out, The Jolly Rancher, Quite Mighty, Smudgie Crayon, Squiggley Brown, Morning Star (brush face), No Talking Allowed, Butter Finger (scratchy typeface), Mad Beef (thin script), Dinosaur, Reed of Love (a textured script face), First Grader, School Holiday (brush script), Spin Head (sketched face), Russian Roulette, Blah (brush face), Eating You Alive (brush face), Christians United (brush face, same as Blah), Beginning of Summer (brush face), Something Strange (blood drip font), Messy Script, Broken Ink, Car Wash, Head Case (a very curly script), Barn Owl, Ruff Ruff, Shadow Jumper, Barn Oil, Phantom Ghost, Tardy Kid, Scrapbooking, Fiesta Time, Science Project, Oh No Not Again, Oh Shit (brushy), Teaser Houses, Eternal Fascination (connected script), Shades of Black, Bingo Bangos (brushy script), Street Fighter, Marker Pen (brush), Home and Away (brush), Spring Cleaning, Scribble Table, Sound Heart, Imagination Station (a heavy brush face), Teddy Bear, Good Day, Easy Rider (retro script), Silent Reaction, Today is the Oldest and Youngest (tall condensed script), Brush Strokes, Texas (brush), Messing About (scratchy hand), Kindergarten (hand-printed), Oh No (dusty typeface), Art Studio, Crazy Horse (great grungy brush), Time Machine, Strings and Things (sketched typeface), Twisted Brother, Big Easy, Egyptian Nights, Demolished, Lazy Girls, Angels Message (pixie dust script), Medieval Queen, Kings and Queens (swashy script), Admiration Pains, Confetti Stream, Hill Billies (signage face), Sweet Heart, Manhunter, Beware of the dog, Kiss Me Quick (Valentine's Day script), Atomic Number (a chalky dusty typeface), Potted Balls, The Boatman (graffiti font), Dead Island (brush face), Age to Age (swashy brush), Sticky Things (brush face), Lasting Love, Beware of the Zombies, Skyscraper, Coffee House, Rough Rider (fat brush face), The Green Life, National Cartoon (sketched 3d face), True Lies (brush face), Heron's Nest (sketched), Freaky Friday, Be There Soon, Praying Angel, Leap of Faith (graffiti brush), Beginning Yoga (brush script), Tims Grocery Store, Biogalaxy, Funga Donga Binge, Sketchbook Challenge, Arsonist, Say No to Drugs, Frizzled Planet, Decayed in Sixty Seconds.

Typefaces from 2014: Millennium (sketched typeface), Believer Fever, Angel Warriors, Ghetto Master, Going Rogue (3d, hand-printed), Times Are Hard (brush), Oliver Twist (fat brush), Story Book (brush face), Rockers, Berty Script, Broken Promise (textured all caps typeface), Paranoid Freak (a great scratchy typeface), Nitya HK (or: Drawing Practice: a sketch font), Early Bird, British Quest, Crazy Thoughts (fat brushy script), Teenage Dreams, Renegades (hairy, grungy), The Pits (crayon font), Always Beside You (tattoo script), Greed (fat brush), Sea RTeef, Sandy Bay, Fun Crayon, Mother in Law (caryon brush), Asylum Mansion (fat brush), Taking Notice, Basquiat, The Beach, Open Hours, Paranoia (brush typeface), Beast of Avalon, Motives, The Hit, Air Heads, Painted Lady (brush script), Born Wild (fat brush), Rebel Beat, Across the Road (script), Zentaiges (script), Fearing Madness (tattoo font), Rags to Riches (a great brush face).

Fontspace link. Dafont link. Abstract Fonts link. Fontspace link for Smokewire. Link to Smokewire. Fontspace link for Jonathan harris. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Ted Kloba
[Ted Kloba's Conlang Orthography Museum]

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Ted Kloba's Conlang Orthography Museum
[Ted Kloba]

Theodore Kloba's artificial languages, their scripts, and the fonts he made for them: The Abibin Syllabary (fonts: Oibu, Oiqidu), The Agryziexabeiuie Alphabet (fonts: Fmexrdiei), The Gaciça Alphabet (font: Gacaya, Rugudur, Abadga). Alternate URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Telmo Cendán Criado

Graphic designer in Lugo, Spain. He created the multiline piano key typeface Typofunk (2011) and the experimental circular arc-themed typeface Chained (2011). Creator of the experimental typeface OVNY (2011), which has not a single curved section, and looks extraterrestrial to me.

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Test Pilot Collective

Test Pilot Collective (est. 1998) is a type foundry located in San Francisco, CA, USA. Typeface designs by Joseph Kral, Matt Desmond, and Michael Cina. The fonts were available via Makambo: 6X7OCT (Michael Cina), AMBER (Matt Desmond), AMERICANGOTHIC (Matt Desmond), AOLSUCKS (Joseph Kral), ATARIBABY (Joseph Kral), Auresh (StarTrek font, Matthew Desmond, 1998), BASIS (Matt Desmond), Bastard (Michael Cina, 1998), BEAT (Matt Desmond), Braille (Joseph Kral, 1999), CALIPER (Michael Cina), CAM (Michael Cina), Cheese (Michael Cina, 1998), CINAHAND (Michael Cina), Civicstylecom (1999, Matt Desmond), COMPOSITE (Michael Cina), CROSSOVER (Michael Cina), CURBDOG (Matt Desmond), DATDATA (Joseph Kral), DESMONDTEXT (Matt Desmond), DOUBLEOSEVEN (Joseph Kral), ER9 (Matt Desmond), Europa (Matthew Desmond, 1998), FIREFLYLOVE (Joseph Kral), FORMATION (Michael Cina), FOURFORTY (Joseph Kral), GOTHICOANTIQUA (Matt Desmond), HALFWIT (Joseph Kral), INVOICE (Matt Desmond), JOESFOOT (Joseph Kral), Kcap6 (dingbats by Michael Cina and Matthew Desmond, 1998), KRALHND (Joseph Kral), Lakestreet (grunge font by Joseph Kral, 1998), LUNARMOD (Matt Desmond), Lutix (StarTrek font, Matthew Desmond, 1998), MAETL (Michael Cina), MECHANICAL (Joseph Kral), NANOCODE (Joseph Kral), NASH (Michael Cina), OCRJ (Joseph Kral), OCRK (Joseph Kral), OCTOBRE (Joseph Kral), OPENLUNCH (Joseph Kral), PLATFORMS (Joseph Kral), PYROTECHNICS (Joseph Kral&Michael Cina, 1998), RAZORSUITE (Joseph Kral), REFLECTOR (Joseph Kral), RETRON (Matt Desmond), SAARIKARI (Joseph Kral), SCREWMOPHEAD (Joseph Kral), SELECTOR (Michael Cina), SHAOLINSTYLE (Joseph Kral), SHIFTY (Matt Desmond, 1998, also [T26]), Stem (Michael Cina, 1998), STICK26 (Joseph Kral), Stomper (Matthew Desmond, 1999), SUBITO (Joseph Kral), Testacon (by Cina, Desmond and Kral, 1999), TRISECT (Michael Cina), TRYPTOMENE (Joseph Kral), TWINSITES (Joseph Kral), ULTRAMAGNETIC2 (Michael Cina), UNISECT (Michael Cina), WOODDALE (Matt Desmond), WRONGWAY (Joseph Kral), Xerian (Matthew Desmond, 1997), XERXES (Joseph Kral, 1998), ZEBRAFLESH (Joseph Kral). They made a custom font for Citibank, a modification of Joe Kral's OCRK (1998).

MyFonts site. Dafont link. MyFonts link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

The Difficult Type
[James Kilfiger]

James Kilfiger (The Difficult Type) designed the free calligraphic typeface Inkcallig (2006), as well as T-Ball (2006, handwriting), LetsTrace (2006; a *very* readable light sans, even at small sizes), LetsTraceruled (a school font), Letstraceitalic, Pugsley (2006, a bi-ped Tuscan), Pugsley Oblique (2006), AlphabetofChildren (2006, based on 16th century illuminated caps), Animal Silhouette (2006), Fold (2006, an origami-inspired face), Pierce Roman and Oblique (2006, after Gentium), Untitled1 (2010, a chess font), Tudor Rose (2010, script), Fold (2011, paper fold face), Transcends Games (2011, fututuristic), Lets Trace (2011, a school font for tracing), Tudor Rose (2011, an ornamental fat finger family), Pierce Oblique (2011, an angular face), Chess (2011), Pugsley (2011, based on an eighteenth century clock maker's sign from an old edition of Signs of the Times magazine), Wire Wyrm (2011, hairline serif face), Orthoventional Upright (2011), Ackermann (2013), Fifteen (2013, a faux bitmap font) and Contrans.

Link at the Open Font Library. [Google] [More]  ⦿

The Font Station

About 35 StarTrek and science fiction fonts are archived here by Christopher T. Cosentino. Plus some scary fonts. [Google] [More]  ⦿

The Klingon Writing System

The Klingon language was invented by Mark Okrand. You can get fonts for it for 13USD. [Google] [More]  ⦿

The Legends of Zelda

Some game fonts: Triforce (2005, by Garon Rossignol), Hylian64 (2003), Ancient-Hylian (2000), HylianSymbols (by mdta), ReturnOfGanonReg (by codeman38, 2001), ZeldaDXTTBRK (Aenigma). [Google] [More]  ⦿

The Northern Block (TNB)
[Jonathan Hill]

The Northern Block (TNB) is Jonathan Hill's foundry based in Leeds and/or Sheffield and/or Newcastle, UK, est. 2006. The designer and funder is Jonathan Hill (b. Sheffield, 1971) who lives in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. Maria Pigoulevskaya joined The Northern Block as type designer in 2012. Home page. Free fonts by Jonathan Hill can be found at Dafont and Fontspace.

Another Dafont link. MyFonts link. Hellofont link. Behance link. Klingspor link. Abstract Fonts link. Alternate URL.

In 2010, he started FontStructing faces. His first was the grungy wooden plank typeface Timber Remnants. Also in this category is Laser Disco (2008, futuristic).

Typefaces from 2006 until 2008: Sylar (2008, a techno family in 16 styles), Geta Robo (2008, a mechanical typeface influenced by Japanese animation), Arctic Patrol (angular family), Dokter Bryce (2008, octagonal and severe), Orange Royale (2008, 8 styles of fat techno and stencil fonts), CorTen (2008, octagonal ultra-fat stencil), QueueBrick (2008, LED simulation), Center Forward (2008, futuristic), Platform One (2008, a futuristic family), Line Wire (2008, octagonal, influenced by the work of Dutch designer #Wim Crouwel), StealWerks (2006, LED-inspired stencil face; published at T-26) and Blockout (2007, 5 weights of a futuristic blocky type family). In 2008, these were followed by more computer-related typefaces such as VideoTech (futuristic), JoyRider and AstroNaut (octagonal+futuristic, now at T-26). WerkHaus (2008) is a 5-style family inspired by the minimal sans faces of Herbert Bayer and the Bauhaus movement.

Typefaces from 2009: Scriber (2009, octagonal techno family), Get A Robo (2009, a 10-weight mechanical family influenced by Japanese animation (Anime)), Ten Gu (2009, paperclip font remastered from the 1970's Letragraphica font Tangui), Orange Royal (2009, rounded stencil), VideoTech (2009, inspired by computer games for the Commodore 64), SkyWing (2009, rounded typeface inspired by Japanese computer console games, such as Captain Tsubasa created by Yoichi Takahashi), VanBerger (2009, an octagonal family influenced by the De Stijl movement), Logan Five (2009, techno family inspired by the 1976 sci-fi film Logan's Run), Zaius (2009, a bold sans family that includes a stencil style, all based on Ed Benguiat's work for the 1968 movie poster for Planet of the Apes), Oric Neo (2009, a free octagonal techno family; +Stencil), VanBerger Stencil (2009, a free geometric sans influenced by Theo Van Doesburg and the De Stijl movement), Aldo (2009, +Open: a bold stylized type typeface re-worked from the original 1970s movie poster The Battle For The Planet Of The Apes), Sylar Stencil.

Typefaces from 2010: Intropol (2010; image), Arcle (a monoline organic sans), Hoxton (humanist sans family), Lintel (monoline sans family with a large x-height), Knul (monoline sans), Dohrma (a machismo geometric face; +Inline), Planer (a technical writing family), Otomo (a Japanese techno family that includes a stencil), Yodo (a geometric experimental family in 3 weights), Nu Order (a sans family that includes a very thin weight), PyeMan (2009, a piano key font named after the PacMan game), ProtoFet, DraftWerk (a minimal rounded typeface inspired by architecture and furniture detail drawings), DyeLine (a geometric face with a great hairline weight), Cobol (2010, great octagonal monowidth face), Draftwerk (architectural lettering), Olympik (a gorgeous multiline family based on Letraset's Optex, 1970), Kaine (a slab family inspired by 1960s spaghetti westerns: +Stencil, +Outline, +Italic +Block; Hill says that The grid template is based on Welt Extra Bold from Letraset with detailed changes, additional characters and new style variations.), Brion (a modernization and extension of A. Mailay's rounded sans font Arpad (1971, VGC); Kaine Block, the counterless version, is free at Dafont). Mekon (2010) is a fat sans display typeface with a free horizontally striped style. MarkusLow (2010) is a revival and extension of Basilea (1965, Markus Low, VGC). Teletex (2010; +Ultra Light, +Light, +Medium) is a typewriter style slab serif whose design was influenced by Rockwell.

Typefaces from 2011: Dekal (nice fat multiline family, +Inline), Norpeth (2011, humanist sans family), Bosko (+Stencil, +Block), Bosko Block (2011, free), Woolworth (sans family), NeoGram (sans family), Juhl (an organic/ geometric sans family with the bowls of b, c, d. p and q modeled after chairs). Millar (2011) is a simple monoline sans family. Tondu (2011) is a strong sans poster face. Gelder Sans (2011) is a clean modern sans serif typeface. Brokman (2011) is a contemporary 10-style sans family. Vitro (2011) is a monoline geometric sans family. Beval (2011) is a humanistic sans family. Nurom (2011), Monsal (2011), Tadao (2011) and Kuro (2011) are additional sans families. Heltar (2011) is a revamping, TNB style, of Helvetica. Regan Slab is a readable slab family. It was followed in 2012 by Regan (the sans version) and Regan Alt.

Jonathan Hill's most popular typefaces.

Type designs done in 2012: Hackman (elliptical sans), Borda (octagonal), Savile (humanist sans), Metrik (a nice geometric---borderline organic---sans family), Metral (rounded octagonal typeface), Uniman, Kobern (a strong sans), Reznik (techno sans).

Type designs from 2013 by Jonathan Hill: Nauman (a humanist sans family with attention paid to the triple (1, i, j)), Norpeth (a neutral sans), Gunar, Nuber, Eund (a modulated sans), Corbert (Bauhaus-inspired sans), Corbert Condensed.

Typefaces from 2014: Byker (geometric sans), Schar (humanist sans), Loew (geometric sans), Bitner (spurless organic sans named after bitcoins), Modum, Modum.

View Jonathan Hill's typefaces. Another list of Jonathan Hill's fonts. Interview in 2014. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

The Planet Fontdesigners

Makers of the futuristic font Planet Kosmos. [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]  ⦿

The Type Fetish
[Michael Wallner]

Born in Minneapolis, MN, in 1967, Michael Wallner (now in St. Paul, MN) designed the Type Fetish font families Pushki Pro (2011, a slabby poster typeface based on some hand lettering found on a Russian poster), Lard Pro (2011, very fat and high-contrast typeface; +Greek, +Cyrillic), Brogue (2009), Casualties Pro (2009, grunge), Fabricate (2007, fururistic), Idiot Boy (2010, grunge), Numbskul (2007, grunge), Parcel (2007, grunge), Reverend Jim (2007, handwriting; with Jim Laitinen), Recreant (1998, grunge), Used (2002, grunge), Calligraphy-Unicase (2007), Commuter (2008, gridded letters), Fabricate-Inline, Fabricate-Regular, Fabricate-Thin (2009, techno family), Grimm (2008, a German expressionist blackletter), Fucsimile (2009---no idea what this is), S4QUFX (2009, dot matrix face), Amrep 026, Borough Pro (2010, random width squarish sans set), Broken Vows, Casualties, Cheapo, Cubage, Dimentia, Discharge (grunge), DIY-One (2002), DIY-Two (2002), Dimerit, Filth, Fucsimile (degraded fax or old typewriter), Insurgent (2009, grunge), Kaaos (2005, eroded stencil), Maim, Nascent, Quadrate, Refuse (2009, grunge), Sabotage, Squarish, Straphanger (2009, dot matrix face), The Crew (stencil font), Universally Corrupt, Whore, Xiphoid and Zen Arcade.

MyFonts.Com is selling the fonts. The free font Sabotage (2002) can be downloaded here.

Dafont link. Klingspor link. Behance link. Hellofont link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

The Wolf Inside

Free Ffenoc language TrueType font by Josef Jahn. (Ffenoc is a language developed by Josef Jahn and Franz Ivancsich.) [Google] [More]  ⦿

Thierry Charbonnel
[Autre planète]

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Thomas Bierschenk
[Critzler]

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Thomas Gillett

Thomas Gillett (Ripe Designs, Brisbane, Australia) used antennas to inspire him to draw Antenna (2010). Andromeda (2010) is an 8-style futuristic/techno sans family. Antares (2010; not to be confused with about four other faces called Antares elsewhere) is also futuristic.

Typefaces from 2012 include the clean sans fonts Kuiper (Ten Dollar Fonts) and Atacama, and the delicately serifed Venezian.

In 2014, he published Rothenburg and Madras (Ten Dollar Fonts).

Home page. Behance link. Behance link for Ripe Designs. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Thommy's Startrek Page

Big Startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Throndsen
[Nicki Throndsen]

Throndsen is the commercial foundry of Nicki Throndsen in Lakeland, MN. Designer of And Then (2012), Phat Brush (2012), Top Banana (2012), Kandy Kane (2012), Katyfaith (2012, curly letters), Thrond Sans (2012), Sam Pro (2012), Jaded Rock Stars (2012, faded dymo label font), Dandy Candy (2012), Anglier (2012, brush), Nicki (2012, inky hand), Sketchy Biz (2012, sketch font), Mock Chalk (2012), Modern Slim (2012), Bloomies (2012, flower dingbats), and Mod Blaq (2012, a rounded caps typeface).

Earlier, Throndsen created free fonts such as Baxter Dash (2012), Victorias Sister (2012), Jaded (2012, dymo label font), Circus Circus (2012), Victoria (2012), Stitch It (2012) and Britty Rock (2012, ornamental caps).

Typefaces from 2013: Crazy Christmas Trees, Vintage Vixen (a snowflake font), Polka Dotti, Wild Child, Flakes of Crystalline (snowflakes), Christmas Charm (2013, dingbats), Flakes & Trees (for Christmas), Best Cellar (a great roundish sans), Amino 33 (2014, a sci-fi font).

Defunct Dafont link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Tim Lucke

Vancouver, BC-based designer whose first typeface is Mothership Connection 3030 (2003). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tjarda Koster
[Jelloween Font Foundry]

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TLai Enterprises
[Tom C. Lai]

Tom C. Lai from Berkeley, CA, makes and markets stencil and military sign fonts, such as MD Military Stencil A (2001, commercial), Amarillo USAF (shareware, octagonal typeface), AmarilloUSAF Pro (2001, commercial), LongBeachUSN (commercial US Navy and Marine Aircraft fonts), and sci-fi fonts such as Gravicon (shareware) and SteelWolf (commercial).

Foxtrot Medium. More direct access. Other fonts by him: Chesslaer (1991), Schneller (1991).

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Tohru Fukushima
[Smile Studio]

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Tom C. Lai
[TLai Enterprises]

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Tom Dorsett

Manchester, UK-based designer of the modular futuristic typeface Capsule (2013) and the experimental Topsy (2014). He studied at Salford University. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tom N. Mouat
[MapSymbs.com]

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Tom van der Linden

Graduate of the Utrecht School of Arts in The Netherlands. Illustrator and graphic designer based in Rijnsburg, The Netherlands, who has created some typefaces at FontStruct under the alias Tommiokoman. These include the techno retro sci-fi typeface Tomatron (2014). Tumblr link. Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tom Wroble

Chicago based artist, b. 1977, aka tfOoo. Creator of the futuristic typeface Amalgama (2005), which was inspired by the CD Amalgamation by PWEI. [Google] [More]  ⦿

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]  ⦿

Tomo Alien

FontStructor who made these typefaces in 2010: Nitro Acid (very grungy), Ixxon (techno), Techatech, Squeezed (squarish), Squishaton (texture face), Metal Pipes, Kaufzentrum (kitchen tile, based on Kaufland's logo), Fade of the second generation, Cubly (3D, pixelish), Anpifo (pixel face), Fontstruct Time (like letters on a Timex watch), Vector Dream (horizontal stripes), C64 Smooth, C64 Neuroelectronics, C64 Nomono (pixel), Horic (horizontal stripes), Tribute to Neurone Error, Retrotech, Laser Connection, Collida (like Impact), Collida Compustencil (interesting techno stencil), C64 Pearly, Octavian Cutter, LED Grater (texture face), Cubly, Metal Pipes, Anpifo (pixelish), FontStruct Time (LED font), Sixty Four (pixel face), Gone Wide, Slatside, Alien Zone (futuristic), Extremely Tiny Font, Fith, Prgdmg Clean, Prgdmg, Scratch Corrosion, Popping Pixel.

Fonts made in 2012: Pixels in Bevel, Cosmocubus, Pillarian. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Total Font Geek
[Nate Halley]

Nate Halley (aka Total font Geek) is the creator of free fonts, mostly made with FontStruct. The handwriting typefaces were made with MyScriptFont.

Typefaces from 2014: Casale Finale NBP, Mozart NBP (pixel face).

Typefaces from 2013: Halleyvetica Neue NBP (hand-printed), Grishenko Opiyat NBP (inspired by Spaceport, House Industries), Cinema Gothic NBP (octagonal), NBP Readout, Dexter NBP, Roentgen NBP (pixel face), Super Thing NBP, On Strike NBP, Quantifier NBP, Voyager NBP (sci-fi face), Cellblock NBP, Klassiq NBP, Rosenkrantz (pixel face), Octapost (octagonal), Snare Drum One NBP, Meyer Gothic NBP (octagonal), Mindfuct NBP (squarish), Miranda NBP, Spire NBP (squarish), Casale Two NBP (pixel face), Kernel Panic, Sebastian Gothic NBP, Theorem NBP, Signus Digital Round (pixel face), Signus Bold, Saville Row NBP, Kernel Panic NBP, Guru Meditation NBP (pixel face), Mayfair NBP (pixel face), Calibration Gothic NBP Latin (pixel face), Mercutio NBP Basic (pixel family), Plutonium NBP (octagonal), Mr. DNA NBP, Mr. Kamikaze NBP, Kraftwagen Grotesk (inspired by DIN).

The list of typefaces made in 2012: Astragal NBP (pixel face), Nine by Five NBP (pixel font), Lionel Micro NBP (pixel font), Brighton NBP (2012), Brighton Two (2012, +Sans, +Serif, +Gothika), Synchronizer NBP (pixel face), Blackpool NBP, Forty Seven NBP, Motorik NBP, Spyware NBP, Balthasar Regular (pixel face), Kensington Gothic NBP (sci-fi), Energy Dome NBP, Mushroom Kingdom NBP, Nintendo Dingbats NBP, Skyline Beach NBP (octagonal), Book Report, Stevenage NBP, Northside NBP (fat finger face), Please Don't Leave NBP, Raven Sans NBP (inspired by Bank Gothic), Raven Serif NBP, Grishenko Novoye NBP (+Cyrillic), Nintendo Dingbats NBP, Wensleydale Gothic, Dear Katie (hand-printed), Prospero NBP (pixel font for game consoles), Middle School Crush NBP, Kinderarten NBP, Class Project NBP, Aristotelian NBP (Greek simulation font), Akron NBP (Akron Sans NBP, Akron Serif NBP), Erbos Draco Nova NBP (dot matrix font), Shylock NBP (dot matrix face), JustAnotherDay NBP, Soo Bawlz NBP (athletic lettering font based on the logotype from the Hardcore Devo albums), Beautiful World NBP, Basil Gothic NBP, Halleyvetica NBP, HalleyScriptThin NBP, GradeSkooler NBP, GrishenkoNBP (rounded techno sans), Glasstown NBP, Kinishinai NBP (octagonal), Corporate Gothic NBP, Erbos Draco Monospaced NBP (dot matrix face), Smart Patrol NBP (pixel face), Recombo NBP (+Round), Zarbville NBP (pixel face), Weird Science NBP (sci-fi typeface), Sharp Objects NBP, Casale Micro NBP, Dilithium Pixels NBP, Casale NBP, One Time NBP, Schutzgitterhaus-Grotesk NBP.

Fontspace link. FontStruct link. Another Fontspace link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Transalp

A free futuristic font. Designer unknown. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Treestaar

Designer of the free oblique techno typeface Tristar. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Trek Fonts

Small Trek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Trektimes Downloads

Small Trek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

TrueBlue
[Gianni Marcolongo]

Located in Canegrate, Italy, TrueBlue is the foundry of Gianni Marcolongo (b. Legnano, 1963). He created the scholastic (upright and connected) handwriting font Pinocchio (2006), the connected calligraphic faces Emanuela (2008) and Martina (2007), TB FireSigns (2007), TB Matrix (2007, dot matrix font), TB Abacus (2007), TB Valentine A and B (2008, Valentine Day-themed dingbats), Philo Logic (2012, an extended sci-fi family), and the American-flag inspired TB StarsAndStripes (2007). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Tsolyani

The Tsolyani Modern Typeface is derived from the notes in the Empire of the Petal Throne gamebook. Made by Roger Pearsei in 1995. Shareware. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tucker Myers
[Type Minds]

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Ty Wilkins

Macon, GA-based graphic designer who made the kitchen tile typeface TY Psychology (2006), and the modular trapezoidal typeface TY Krypton (2006). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Tyler Young
[Mean Tangerine]

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Type For Now
[James George Dunn]

Typographer and graphic designer in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. He created Barcelona Octagon (2010), a name that everyone who has visited Barcelona will understand. In 2011, he added the experimental faces Interlaced and Eixample. Airship 27 (2011, Lost Type) is a tall condensed industrial sans face. Valley Fold (2013) is an origami typeface.

Behance link. Another Behance link. Personal site of James George Dunn. Klingspor link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Type Innovations
[Alex O. Kaczun]

Alex Kaczun is the Northport, NY-based designer of Axion (2012, a futuristic, techno-looking type family; +RND, +SSF, +SER, +RX14, +STN (a stencil version)), BottleKaps (1992) at Linotype. Also at Linotype, he worked on the Fairfield family, designed in 1939 by Rudolf Ruzicka, completing the job in 1991. He also made an outlines for Bell Centennial based on Matthew Carter's bitmaps. He runs Type Innovations.

In 2000, he designed the following fonts at Galapagos: Beatnik-SmallCaps, Beatnik (1997), Android (2010, beveled techno family), Big Boy (2010, a heavy wood type), CaltexNovaSans (Galapagos), Contax (1997, Galapagos: Alex says about this family: Contax is the new Univers for the 21st century; sample, another sample, and another one, and one more), Contax Sans (2011---this typeface is Peignotian in its light weights, and has subtle and not-so-subtle stem variations), Eclipse (1997, shadow beveled face), Extreme SDans (1997), Innovage (1997, a new Helvetica for the 21st century, in his own words), New Renaissance (1997, a true roman face), Shockwave (1997). These fonts are on the Bitstream Type Odyssey CD. He also made Golum (Galapagos, 1997), Kaczun Oldstyle Bold (2010), Doc Holliday (2010, a Western face), Hippyfreak (2010), Mister Twiggs and Misses Twiggs (2010), Geomatrix (2010, geometric stencil face), Swordtail (Galapagos, 1997, a hip hand-printed font), New Age (Galapagos, 2002), Extreme Sans (Galapagos, 2002), Oronteus Finaeus (2010, like lettering from a map dated 1531), Piccadilly Circus (2010, a Western face), Switched On and Off (Galapagos, 1997). Racetrack (2010) is an octagonal multiline display face. Mandelia (2010) is a wedge-serif display face.

Typefaces from 2011: New Age Gothic (a kind of 21st century copperplate), Scion (wide techno logo family), Dexter (2011, an artsy grotesque), Metalica (2011, a pointy cult type family).

Typefaces from 2012: Edgar No. 9 (heavy baroque slab serif in the style of 19th century wood type), Langston (outlined and octagonal), Ekeras V2 (inline face), Mecanica, Mariamne (a spurred typeface based on Contax), Axion SER (a triangle-serifed typeface), Beatnik Barbie, Nadia (a modern stencil interpretation of Granjon Oldstyle).

Typefaces from 2013: Directors Cut Pro (this geometric antique font was a second prize winner at the Canberra Typeface Competition), Ambriel (a curly didone that mixes in Victorian frillies), Sansational (or Sensational sans: an ultra-condensed sans family), My Darling (a bastardized didone fashion mag face), Envisage (grotesk).

Typefaces from 2014: Renovatio Deco (a spurred stencil), Crypton (sci-fi face).

At MyFonts he writes: Much of Alex's career was spent at the premier type foundry, Linotype-Hell, where he was the principal type designer and worked on many font projects aimed at modernizing the Linotype Library. Alex managed the development of The Adobe PostScript Font Library and created multiple master fonts for Apple Computer's QuickDraw technology. In 1980, he joined a small group of entrepreneurs and pioneered the development of the world's first digital font library at Bitstream, then located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Afterwards, Alex took a position at Bozell-Worldwide, a large international advertising company, where he was type director and managed the front desk at the CPS Group. The company is well known for their successful "Got Milk" ad campaign. At Bozell, Alex honed his skills in graphic design, desktop publishing, prepress print production and the web.

Showcase of Alex Kaczun's typefaces.

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Type Minds
[Tucker Myers]

Foundry of Tucker Myers in Spartanburg, SC, est. 2010. Creator of Piano Keybuild (2010) and Cell (2010, octagonal and futuristic). He also made Piano Keybuild (2011, piano key dingbat face) and Hydragyrum (2011, a squarish almost techno sans family). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

TypeFolio Digital Foundry
[Marconi G. Lima]

TypeFolio is Marconi Lima's digital foundry, est. 2007. It is located in Macapá in Brazil's Amapá state. Marconi Lima (b. Brazil, 1973) is a graphic designer and art director. His typefaces:

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Typodermic
[Ray Larabie]

Ray Larabie (b. 1970) ran Typodermic in Mississauga, ON, which opened in the Fall of 2001. In 2006, it moved to Vancouver, BC, and in 2009 it moved on to Nagoya, Japan. Dafont page. Ray Larabie has been making fonts since 1996, but those early fonts were freeware. His pre 2001 fonts are grouped under the label Larabie Fonts. In 2001, he set up Typodermic. Latest additions.

The Typodermic fonts:

  • 2014: Kingsbridge 9a large slab serif family with sharp points on the A, M, N, V and W), Manbow (a layered geometric art deco display font which includes solid, clear, stripe, polka-dot and screen patterns), Breamcatcher (all caps art deco font inspired by the piano sheet music for With Every Breath I Take which was featured in the Bing Crosby/Kitty Carlisle musical comedy film, Here is my Heart), Kilsonburg (Dutch deco based on an old Vogue magazine cover), Uchiyama (poster typeface), Goldsaber (art deco design), Vexler Slip (unicase), Rakesly, Dacquoise, Pretender, Rimouski (a rounded geometric font family), Nulshock (techno), Recharge (techno/industrial font), Interrogator Stencil, Strange Alphabets (arts and cratfs font), Angerpoise Lampshade (free).
  • 2013: Numbers With Rings, Shookup (funky cartoon font), Pastrami on Rye (cutout comic book style), Chickweed, Built (a condensed headline sans), Fluctuation (a softly rounded elliptical sans family), Astrochemistry (sci-fi, techno with rounded edges), Snasm (sci-fi).
  • 2012: Zolasixx (inspired by the video game Zaxxon), Ampacity (neon font), Chromakey (a space deco headline font inspired by box art classic video games including Matrix Marauders and Magical Chase), Disassembler (1980s style bitmap font), Zerbydoo (a dot matrix family), Superego (a geometric-techno font inspired by the cabinet graphics for the 1981 Stargate arcade game), Rukyltronic (a set of dot matrix typefaces), Nerdropol (pixel family), Gulkave (rounded pixel font), Cyclopentane, Palamecia (a fat finger poster face), Gameness (a 1990 retro industrial deco font), Camulogen (headline face), Color Basic (a pixel typeface inspired the by TRS-80 Color Computer), Triac Seventy One (a funky face), Acroyear (retro all-caps headline font), Troll Bait, Strenuous (unicase), Permanence (a retro=futuristic font based on Alvin Toffler's cover of Future Shok, 1970), Clockpunk (octagonal and quaint), Battlemaze (trekkie face), Mixolydian (industrial sans).
  • 2011: Ugocranis (a brutalist typeface), Clipwave, Wheaton (MICR-inspired), Mango Scribble, TRS Million (dot matrix face), Ugogranis (constructivist), Gomoku (paper cut face), From The Internet.
  • 2010: Cranberry Gin (2010, octagonal), Restore (all caps, geometric sans), From The Stars (an elliptical techno family done with Chikako Larabie), Thrusters (space age face), Dream Orphanage, Kengwin (rounded slab serif), Gleaming The Cube (Greek simulation face), Vectipede (a slab serif family), Great Escape (an elliptical sans family), Subrocs (connected script), Hackensack (with Chikako Larabie), Polarband (bilined stackable headline face), Naked Power, Special Forces (a great macho slab serif headline face---watch for awards to roll in), Warugaki (handpainted), Warmer, Honfleur (art deco; with Chikako Larabi), Voivode (a headline typeface done with Chikako Larabie), Hachimitsu (Asian look face, done with Chikako Larabie), Kadeworth (rounded retro look sans, done with Chikako Larabie), Gnuolane Jump (2010, with Chikako Larabie), Markerfield (brush), Board of Directors (Bank Gothic style family, done with Chikako Larabie), GGX88 (a Swiss sans family), Body Goat, Reversal, Gord (techno), Computechnodigitronic (LED, LCD geek-look font), Bench Grinder, Inklea (a bubbly face), Skygirls (retro brush script), Gloss (a paint brush typeface based on Champion, 1957, G.G. Lange).
  • 2010: Galderglynn Esquire.
  • 2009: Maqui (an industrial headline sans family), Zingende (art deco family: caps only), Misadventures, Gaz (large retro sans family), Meloriac (heavy display sans), Acrylic Brush, Enamel Brush (a digitization of Catalina, 1955, Emil J. Klumpp), DDT (neutral sans), Thump (fat, casual), Desperate Glamour, Pricedown (an update of his free 1990s font, patterned after the lettering on The Price Is Right show), Mitigate (monoline and slabbed; has some typewriter styles), Catwing, Walken (slab serif stencil), Silicone (soft rounded sans family), Movatif (sans), Gunplay (a stencil family inspired by the poster for the 1972 Steve McQueen/Ali MacGraw film The Getaway), Fragile Bombers (octagonal), Forgotten Futurist (techno sans, 19 styles), Bullpen (slab serif), Coolvetica, Duality, Good Times, Strenuous, Shlop (paint-drip style), Dirty Baker's Dozen (stencil), Junequil (VAG Rounded style), Owned (graffiti), Domyouji, Threefourtysixbvarrel (stencil), Enacti, Uniwars (futuristic, 16 styles).
  • 2008: Madawaska (a rugged slab serif), Ebenezer (grunge), Gnuolane Stencil, Raincoat, Report School (avant garde sans), Jesaya, Carouselambra (art nouveau), Debusen (rounded), Barge (military font), Renju (2008, potato or rubber stamp print face), Otoboke (handlettered), Hit (informal hand), R6 D8 (futuristic sans family), Rexlia (an octagonal machinistic family), Hybrea (a display sans with TV screen rounding), Sweater School, Tussilago (2008, a neutral sans family), Presicav (extended sans), Hover Unit, Addlethorpe (grunge), Scheme (rounded sans), Usurp (bouncy poster lettering), Negotiate (technical sans family), Divulge, Sewn, Gnoulane (condensed sans), Moja, Teeshirt (old typewriter face), Pound (art deco marries grunge), Graveblade (heavy metal font), Synthemesc (psychedelic anti-Starbucks font), Chysotile (white on black grunge), Cardigan (sans), Gurkner (balloon style), Reagan (grunge).
  • 2007: Tight (a copy of Dean Morris's 1976 Letraset chrome font Quicksilver), Headlight, Meloche (a 3-style grotesk), Octin Spraypaint (grunge stencil), Octin Vintage (grunge), Bouffant (script), Octin Prison (stencil), Octin Sports (octagonal), Octin College (octagonal, for sports jerseys), Octin Stencil (free octagonal font family), Burnaby Stencil (stencil), Superclarendon, Conceal, Ohitashi, Stud (grunge), Bristles (grunge), Skirt, Cotton (grunge), Kelvingrove (a bit of copperplate gothic, rounded and shaved), Augustine, Containment, Snowa, Veriox, Scrubby, Transmute, Sheaff, Injekuta (techno), Rinse (grunge), Polyflec, Domyouji (square sans), Winthorpe (old style), Cutiful (script), Flyswim (grunge), Dirtstorm (spray-painted stencil), Shnixgun (grunge), Neuzon (grunge), Oxeran (old typewriter), PRINTF (grunge all caps monospaced), Akazan (sans), Nyxali (a metal tag face), Meloriac (an extra bold Futura inspired face), Nesobrite (25 styles of Bank Gothic lookalikes), Meloriac (headline sans), Walnut (graffiti face), Gnuolane (a narrow sans), Edifact (a damaged computer font), Darkheart, Stampoo (squarish), Raymond (rough script), Hayate (oriental look), Telephoto. The entire Octin series is free at DaFont.
  • 2006: Octynaz (grunge), Paltime (ornamented), Jolie Ecriture Desard (children's hand), Mango (comic book face), Desard (child's hand), Bulltoad, Lerku (eroded serif), Charbroiled (also eroded), Ceroxa (eroded stencil), Nagomi (a chiseled-look Asian font based on calligraphy of Chikako Suzuki from Nagoya), Whiterock, Yellande, Chilopod (a futuristic typeface inspired by the logo from the 1980s videogame, Atari Centipede), Order, Goldburg (based on a typeface by George Bowditch, 1957), Laserjerks (2006, brutalist), Milibus (futuristic), Bonobo (serifed), Ohitashi, Sarasori (TV-tube shaped typeface in the style of Oban), Structia (an octagonal family), Betaphid (octagonal), Gendouki (futuristic stencil), Slugger (athletic lettering), Marianas (a gorgeous art deco face), Lineavec (octagonal), Corzinair (serif family), Buxotic (a great caps face), Cinecav X (for closed caption TV and DVD), Salsbury (comic book face), Lonsdale (loosely based on a font called Parkway Script, which was designed by Emil Hirt in 1964), Alepholon (futuristic), Kwokwi, Mikadan (a tribute to Stephenson Blake's Verona from 1948, which was in turn based on William Dana Orcutt's Humanistic from 1904), Marion (a beautiful transitional family), Quasix (hookish), Skraype (grunge stencil), Bleeker (casual lettering), Linefeed (monospaced line printer font), Draculon (a casual typeface inspired by the letterforms of William Orcutt's humanistic font from 1904 which was in turn based on an Italian manuscript from 1485), Mahavishnu (a mix between 1970s psychedelics and art nouveau), Doradani (a corporate identity sans family), Korotaki (futuristic).
  • 2005: Kadonk (a Halloween face), Report (a VAG-Rounded style face), Croteau (a poster face), Heroid (ook face), Barrista (informal script), Wyvern (sans serif), Wubble (like puddles of water), Caryn (casual script), Folder (a rigid sans family), Venacti (a futuristic family), Xenara (a keyboard lettering family), Emory (a destructionist sans family), Ligurino (neat sans&serif family), Biondi (update of Copperplate Gothic; followed in 2010 by Biondi Sans; these copperplate style faces are in the style of AT Sackers), Byington (Trajan column lettering), Sayso Chic, Expressway (28 weights, a highway signage family), Algol (pixel type), Meposa (fat display face), Tandelle (condensed), Vigo, Maychurch, Mecheria, Vactic (dot matrix), Zosma, Topstitch, Windpower, Llandru, Soap (a creative extension of Cooper Black, with dingbats), Kleptocracy (1999-2005), Owned, Rimouski (sans), Burnstown Dam (2005, a wooden plank font), Sinzano (sans with opentype ligatures galore; compare, e.g., House Ed Interlock), Zamora.
  • 2004: Affluent, Threefortysixbarrel (stencil face), Tank, Telidon (dot matrix face), Funboy, Neuropol X, Neuropol Nova, Mufferaw (comic book face), Larabiefont, Zekton (techno), Strenuous 3D, Silentina (advertised as "a silent movie font"), Amienne (brush script), Fenwick Outline (free), Betsy Flanagan (1998, a keyboard face), Boopee (children's handwriting), Pirulen (in the general Bank Gothic style), Zalderdash.
  • 2003: Zupiter, Blue Highway.
  • Before 2002: the dot matrix family Telidon, Telidon Ink, the architectural font Jillican (octagonal), Snowgoose, Bomr, Pakenham, Neuropol, Nasalization, Fenwick, Kleptocracy DLX, Sui Generis, Dirty Bakers Dozen (faded stencil), Minya Nouvelle, Asterisp, Chinese Rocks, Jillsville (great artsy Courier), Ulian, Wevli (including Wevli Dingbats), Sappy Mugs (funny mugshots), Sofachrome (1999, inspired by Pontiac car emblems), Eden Mills (1999).

MyFonts interview. Fontspace link.

Catalog of the Typodermic library in decreasing order of popularity. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

TypoFlat
[Branislav S. Cirkovic]

TypoFlat is a personal and experimental project of interactive designer Branislav S. Cirkovic in Southern California. He created several free vector (EPS) faces such as Drea, Dron, Monk and Superstar (free here), all experimental and/or futuristic.

Another URL.

Dick Pape digitized these typefaces in 2010---they can be downloaded here. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Typonauten
[Ingo Krepinsky]

Ingo Krepinsky (b. 1976, Eschwege) graduated in 2000 from Fachhochschule Hannover, and in 20903 from Hochschule für Künste Bremen, where he specialized in typography. He is a cofounder and type designer at Typonauten, a Bremen-based commercial font foundry started in 1998 (together with Christoph Hanser and Stefan Krömer). MyFonts sells these fonts: Freakshow (2005, grunge), Nautilo Font System (2002, a futuristic font family), Oklahoma (2003, Wild West, handpainted look; the Pro version from 2012 was done with Gunnar Link), Toon Town (2005, a comic book typeface done with Stefan Kroemer), B-Movie Retro (2007 a brush font series with Florian Schick and Stefan Kroemer), B-Movie Splatter (2007, a grunge version of that family).

Newsletter (2007) is an extensive no-frills sans family influenced by fonts like OCR-B and DIN. Newsletter Stencil was published at Volcano Type. Creator (with Gunnar Link and Stefan Kroemer) of Royal Oak Decor (Victorian ornaments), Royal Oak Sans (Edwardian headline sans) and Royal Oak Serif (Western headline face).

Other commercial fonts: Dimitri (Cyrillic simulation), Flarrow, Grebbelinsky (nice dingbats), Killvetica, Litterae Diaboli, Mosaixxs, Nautilo (pixel font), Navtilo (pixel font), R2D2 (futuristic), Sheffield (sans), Singapur (2002, a gambling dingbat font), Oklahoma (2002, Egyptienne), Transarc, Uxmal (unicase with Mexican ornaments), Weimar (Bauhaus style), Estelec (Cyrillic simulation), Trixel (2002, free pixel font), Sport1, Spacelord (2013, sci fi face).

View the typefaces made by Typonauten. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Tzoulis Graphic Design (or: TZ-Design)
[Prokopios Tzoulis]

Advertised as distorted space-age type. TZ Design is Prokopios Tzoulis' Athens-based design studio. His fonts cover Greek and Latin. TZ-Cubistic1 (2004) and TZ Perfecta III Bold (2004) is futuristic. Display types, all made in 2004, include TZCALLI, Tzmystery and TZnewmode Bold. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Uddi Uddi fonts
[Pete Joison]

Fonts made by the Uddi Uddi team in Melbourne---Gorden Clarke and Pete Joison---include Dubbem, HastyPudding, Herbert, Larson, Pickabilly, Wiffles, Buttercrumb (a hacker font), Bungnipper, Andover, FustyLuggs, Gaggers, Glimstick, Captain Podd (sci-fi face), DraggleTail, Druillet, HuckleBuff, Inkburrow (their most successfil, an easy-to-recognize script face), Huckle Buff, RumBubber (psychedelic), Staggering Bob, Whoobub, Olli Compolli, Hasty Pudding, Staggering Bob (grunge), Spider Shanks, Scrubadoo, Jobbernole, Running Smobble, Aragones and Botherums.

Abstract Fonts link. Fontspace link. Old URL. [Google] [More]  ⦿

United Federation of Planets

Startrek font archive. [Google] [More]  ⦿

unmeffa

FontStructor who made the stick-based typeface SciFi Sober (2013). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Urhixidur Fonts Type Foundry
[Daniel U. Thibault]

Daniel U. Thibault (computer scientist at RDDC Valcartier, Quebec) designed the Kzinti (2002, his interpretation of Larry Niven's "dots-and-commas" Kzinti script), 3Strands-Regular (2002, rope font), Apollonian (2002, a Greek-based late-mediaeval secret alphabet attributed to Apollonius of Tyana), Deseret (2002), Drow_Angular, Drow_Rounded (2002, originally designed by the on-line Elven Kingdom of Arèthane), KhemiticHieratic (2003, role-playing face), MIB2 (2002, alien glyphs from Men in Black II), Matoran (2003, glyphs by the LEGO group for its Bionicle world), Nug-Soth (2002, a secret alphabet), Passage_du_Fleuve (2002, an occult script derived from Hebrew). [Google] [More]  ⦿

USOTA (United States of the Art)
[Carsten Raffel]

Carsten Raffel (b. 1973) is a graphic designer and illustrator who studied communication-design in Hildesheim, Germany. Since 1999 he has been working for the Hamburg-based design studio MUTABOR as a graphic designer and illustrator, and published parts of his work in Mutabor magazines 9 and 10 and in lingua grafica.

Creator of the free bike chain-inspired font FK Chain 08 (2008). Carsten Raffel created Affront (2002, a futuristic family). In 2001, he made the dot matrix typeface Demotype.

In 2014, he created the fat display typeface Biki Round Stencil Black (buy it here).

Behance link. Dafont link [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

USS Matrix

Star Trek font archive. Direct access. [Google] [More]  ⦿

V Truetype Font

Free original truetype font Visitor by Tommy of Escondido. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Van Saarland
[Yautja]

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Vertigo Kid

Designer at FontStruct in 2009 of the creative faces Laters (texture), Masheensmith, Ratchet, Hairpin Turn, Masheenury (pipeline-inspired glyphs), Hyperblurr, Vortext and Circuit Bored. In 2010, he made Razorwing (futuristic). In 2011, he created Konstrukt, a 3d technical caps face, and Konduitz.

In 2012, he created Robot Raid (dingbats), Knutz & Boltz, Dark Arcanna, Hairpin Turn, Circuit Braker, Koily Kord, Kouch Kushion II, Revoltage, and Kouch Kushion (monospaced and artistic), Flame Retarded, Fairytale Ending (driop caps), Revoltage (circuit font).

In 2013, he made the traffic sign alphading typeface Road Rage, the textured typeface Feedback attack, and the horizontally striped Bad Latitude. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vic Fieger

American graphic designer (b. 1982) located in Medway, MA, who has created many free fonts, and some low cost commercial fonts. He is also known for his web comic, Dubmarine. Until 2006, all his fonts were free, but starting in 2006, he started selling them via MyFonts. Fontsy link. Font Squirrel link. Fontspace link. Kernest link . Devian Tart link. FontM link. Dafont link. Aka Xaviera Comics.

In 2004, he created Airstrip Four, AlphaEcho, BostonTraffic (stencil), Breakaway, CarbonType (old typewriter), Corporate HQ, DataControl (nice octagonal face), DataControlUnifon, Delta Echo, Eurocentric, FormerAirline, GangofThree (oriental simulation), Helsinki, IonicCharge (LCD simulation), JamPact, KarmaticArcade, KnowYourProduct (stencil), LandSpeedRecord, MajorSnafu (stencil; Major Snafu Pro (2012) is a cooperation with Cheap Pro Fonts), NervousRex, Osaka-SansSerif (techno), PillboxOpaque (dripping blood face), QuickEndJerk, Refrigeration, SiameseKatsong, Tetroserbogia, Umbrage, Virgo01, Whitehall1212, Xenophone (+Pro version in 2011), Yukarimobile, ZonaArmada. In 2005, he designed FrauleinUnifon, Fraulein, Fraulain II, Fraulein Hex, KarmaticArcade, NukuNuku (oriental simulation face), OffshoreBankingBusiness, PlannedObsolescence, TerryScript, Wunderbar, YachtingType, Zero&Zero-Is, Xerography, FrauleinHex, ICBMSS20, ICBMSS25 (stencil faces), Hydrogen Type, Gumbercules, Kremlin (Cyrillic letter simulation; followed in 2010 and 2014 by Kremlin Pro and Kremlin II Pro at CheapProFonts), Johnny Homicide, Lilac Malaria, Motorway, Offshore Banking Business, Planned Obsolescence, Nuku Nuku Paradiso (Asian simulation), Quadrophonic, Ruth Script, Shoplifter (ransom note font), Under Influence (scratchy face), Viva Allende, KarmaticRevolution (with Mike "Karma" Alkire), RanmorianStd-B (artificial language script) and Ex (kana).

His 2006 additions, still free: Big in America, Maxine Script, Gisele Script, Siamese Katsong (oriental simulation), Pokopen, Grecian Formula (Greek simulation), Edo (brush; this became Edo Pro in 2010), Armalite Rifle (grunge stencil; a Pro version followed in 2010), Ruth Script, Terry Script, Oil Age Heiroglyphs (grunge), Nyamomobile (gorgeous futuristic stencil face), Q-Bert's Funeral, Xtreme Chrome, Fawn Script, Ukiah Caps (a hip all caps face), Banzai (fake Japanese), 106 Beats That, Azudings1, Fawn Script, Freelance Kamchatka, and Daisy Script.

Commercial fonts: Sixpak (2008, pixel face), Jaipur (2007, Indic script simulation), Santa Mensch (2006, brush face), Celonius Mark XIX (2006 geometric design), Argon Type (2006, futuristic), India Echo (2007, futuristic), How to Consume Oxygen (2007, grunge), Statue Of Liberty's Underwear (2007, Russian constructivist style), Moon Corps (2007, katakana), Underwood Champion (2008, distressed typewriter), Heavy Data (2008, computer simulation face). Perlmutter (2008) is a Hebrew and Yiddish font designed for the purpose of legibility at great distance (included are niqqud, letters with dagesh, punctuation, sheqel sign, and aleph-lamed ligature). In 2009, he created Edifice Wrecks (graffiti), Damon Script (comic book face) and Maritime Flags and Curses (dingbat face). Fonts made in 2010: Single Sleeve.

Fonts at FontStruct in 2009: Newhome (LED simulation).

Free fonts made in 2011: Death to Smudgey (grunge), Lino Chisel (2011). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Victory Type Foundry
[Noah Rothschild]

Foundry st. 1998 by Noah Rothschild (b. 1983, Buffalo) from Buffalo, NY, but now located in Chicago, IL. Myfonts link. Dafont link.

Original designs include the free TrueType fonts Acme, Bark, Boxsoo, Markerz, Psychosis, Seventy, Splurge, Refund and Refund-Bold, Freon, Gaseous, Seriesorbit, Transit, Runamuck, Quarky, Mr Wick, Rat Poison, Muddy, Morkman, Year2000Boogie, Year2000Replicant, and Arena. Not-so-free original designs such as the weathered font Mauvais, the jerky Junkyard, and many other fonts such as Alfalfa (2001, felttip pen), Quattro (medieval letter simulation), Industrial, Sloshed, Saturn, Badhaus, Basuhand, Lysosome, Friction, Balance (2000, a squarish face; +unicase), BayerSans, Beanstalk, Chlorine Sans/Serif, Dungerees, Embargo, Farmhouse, Grizzly, Jaggers, Lysosome, Mechanikschrift (nice!), Metrogothic, Nolkster, Quattro (grunge font), Sign Gothic.

In 2009, she published Bayer Modern, which was modeled after Herbert Bayer's universal alphabet designed in 1925 (she based her letters on P22 Bayer Universal).

Fonts from 2010: Surfside (2010) is pure Miami South Beach art deco. MCM Hellenic Wide (2010) is a revival of Hellenic Wide. MCM Monogram (2010) is an art deco / Bauhaus face. Cosmo (2010) is a set of two inline fonts inspired by the CNN logo and Toronto Blue Jays uniforms.

Production in 2011: Barnum (a good old slabby Western poster face), Asteroid (the inline space age alphabet on the CNN logo, in the Sega Genesis, and on old Toronto Blue Jays uniforms). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Vina Rathakoune

During her studies in San Diego, CA, Vina Rathakoune designed the sci-fi typeface Astra Display (2013), a custom display font for the Japanese band 4Sho. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vincent Wicky
[Reticula.net]

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virlux

"virlux--a hypnotic 3D trip into LSD pictures (made with truespace&3Dmax), free objects&ttf - fonts...truetypefonts." 70-font archive, with a preference for futuristic fonts. Brought to you by Markus Ibs at the University of Essen. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vittorio Turla

Graphic designer in Rovato, Brescia, Italy, b. 1975. He cofounded Studio Charlie with Carla Scorda and Gabriele Rigamonti, with whom he codesigned the futuristic Stereotype family (2005). [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Vladimir Belokon

Graphic designer in Moscow, who created the Latin / Cyrillic typeface Russian Dolls (2012, free) and the sci-fi typeface Axis Modul (2012). [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vladlen Erium

Russian designer of Somaton (2000, Paratype), an angular family that simulates old mechanics and Greek at the same time. In 2010, he made DJ Parade, a wide futuristic sans.

FontShop link. Klingspor link. [Google] [MyFonts] [More]  ⦿

Voranouth Supadulya

During her graphic design studies at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS, Voranouth Supadulya created the outlined typeface Vaulted (2012), which was inspired by the arches of gothic vaults in European cathedrals.

In 2013, she created the free sci-fi typeface family Astro (2013).

Behance link. Cargo collective link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Vulcan Embassy

Two of Tommy Escondido's fonts: Two-oldvulcanbeta, Modern-vulcan1.1 (1998). [Google] [More]  ⦿

walkerws

FontStructor who made these (mostly techno) fonts in 2010: Bullhorn (+Spike), Universatario (+Trace), Brigade, Brakeman New, Rails, Assault Hockey, Tuff Commando. [Google] [More]  ⦿

warehouse type foundry
[Johann Terrettazz]

From Switzerland, about 20 new designs for Mac and PC, at about 25 USD a piece. Faces: StinkyRat, San Francisco, San Jose, Sharky, Strike, Spacelab, BaseAlpha, RondaXero. All fonts by Johann Terrettazz who lives in Geneva where he runs the twice2 design studio. Page has become a Flash site. Now also Uppercut, Superclub, Gas Station, Dancefloor. WTF New Strike has been lauded as the best futuristic font of all time. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Warrick Bayman

Graphic designer in Johannesburg, South Africa. Creator of the sci-fi typeface Trains in Space (2013).

Behance link. [Google] [More]  ⦿

Wayne Thompson
[Phat Phonts]

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Weknow
[Wino Sutarmin Kadir]

Weknow is the foundry of Indonesian type designer Wino Sutarmin Kadir (b. 1979), who is based in Bogor, Jakarta. Weknow produced a large collection of free fonts from 2009 until 2012. He started making commercial fonts in 2012. Alternate URL. Behance link. Dafont link. Fontspace link. Klingspor link. Fontm link.

Creator of the unicase sans typeface Weknow (2009) and the roundish MisstyPoland (2009). Most of his faces are experimental.

From 2010: Helenfont (2010), Dennis Vallera (2010), Kasumichan, Karitza, Mozzie, Wings, Sharon, Noakatz, dearladysandra, arachnidlove, Alexandra, Monica (2010), Natalie, Wayner 8088, Anime Queen (2010, pixelized), Nano (2010, pixel face), Glover (2010, circular face), Frozen Pandaman (geometric), Joenine (circular), Fun Record (geometric), Gembira (circular), Gabrielle, Solgas (circular), lifeforfun (2010), znowwhite (2010), Snowmask (2010), Nine (2010), Znowwhite (2010), Cecile (2010, experiment with triangles), Coreldraw (2010, geometric, monoline), DennisVallera (2010, inspired by the vector art of Canadian Dennis Vallera), Helenfont (2010).

Designs from 2011: Michelle (circle-based), Emmilia (circle-based), Raynaliz, Polysoup, Seba, Selfregion (concentric glyphs), Wings of the dragons (octagonal), Spider, The Training Artist, Chewed Kandi, Sandra, Saintfighteraqua (geometric), Alexey (circle-based), Kristina (circle-based), Graphic Dream, Crystalcore (techno), Dominique (fat rounded), Formalart, Henderson (circle-based), Intanputripratiwi (circle-based), Kioshima (geometric), Gitchgitch (geometric), Justta, Dismecha, Self Region (labyrinthine), Alberto (monoline geometric), Abstrasctik (rounded and experimental), Nicole, Robot