Typodermic News Archive

31
AUG
2017

Typodermic’s Raymond Larabie Talks Type, Technology & Science Fiction

Written by Jason Tselentis Raymond Larabie, known for creating ubiquitous futuristic and sci-fi fonts, has been involved with type since he “was about five years old” and was using type at that early age as well. His experience with typography, especially when it came to the...
31
AUG
2017

Jillsville weight and language expansion

Jillsville was one of the first Typodermic Fonts releases. It was created in 2002 but was only available in 2 weights: Ultra-Light and Extra-Light. Now you can get it in a seven weight range. Language coverage has been expanded to include almost all Latin based languages,...
30
JUN
2017

Canada 150 typeface enters the public domain

The Canada 150 typeface is now Canada1500 and has been placed in the public domain—free like Santa Claus, Shakespeare or twiddling your thumbs.
22
JUN
2017

Toxigenesis

Toxigenesis is an ultramodern, superelliptical sans-serif typeface with plastic forms influenced by consumer electronics and vehicle design. Mathematical symbols, fractions, numeric ordinals and monetary symbols are in good supply. Cyrillic, Greek and almost all Latin-based...
23
MAY
2017

Vanchrome

Vanchrome is a compact sans-serif headliner with chromatic layers. Create a layer in your design application, copy the layer, change the style, change the colors. Some applications such as Photoshop might need manual vertical alignment so cross-hair in the ◊ character position...
12
MAY
2017

Xylitol

Xylitol is a multiple layer typeface you can use for creating chromatic, 3D effects. It’s designed so the letters fit tightly together like Tetris blocks. There are four directional layers for the sides so you can simulate light coming from various directions. There’s a stripe...
04
MAY
2017

Krait

Krait is a layered geometric typeface designed for architectural display. It avoids conventional art-deco thick-thin cliches in order to better harmonize with non-traditional environments.
07
APR
2017

Neuropol X 3.0

Neuropol X has been rebuilt and expanded. This is a complete rebuild so the spacing won’t match the previous version. The vertical metrics should be about the same as the previous version in most applications. The Neuropol X family seemed like it could do with more dynamic range...
01
FEB
2017

Semi-Monospaced Ultraproxi

Ultraproxi is an austere, technical sans-serif typeface. Visual cues were taken from high speed computer printers from the 1950s to 1970s. You’ve probably seen this type of printing on old driver’s licenses or magazine subscription labels. One of the more well known, early line...
01
FEB
2017

The font that goes squirt!

Squirty is a capricious hand painted typeface inspired by mid-twentieth century Japanese nightclub promotional graphics. Letter and numeral variations automatically shuffle for a more relaxed tone. Almost all current Latin based languages are supported, including Cyrillic...