Featured Fonts

14
DEC
2013

Shookup

Shookup is a curly headliner containing no less than 83% funk. In OpenType savvy applications, letter & numeral variations are automatically shuffled for more bounce.
01
DEC
2018

Cybermontage

Cybermontage is a postmodern display typeface reminiscent of a particularly rad 1980’s/1990’s typographic trend. This anything-but-boring design trend employed campy colors, clean geometric shapes, torn paper edges,...
21
MAY
2009

Walken

Walken is a sure-footed slab serif font family. A stencil font, you ask? Sometimes . . . maybe . . . maybe you should stop asking so many questions.
11
JAN
2019

Galderglynn 1884

Galderglynn 1884 is a nineteenth-century style sans-serif typeface. This is a refined expansion of another typeface called Galderglynn Esquire. Galderglynn Esquire was an intentionally rustic looking typeface based...
07
JUL
2009

Thump

Thump is a fat, casual, sans-serif headliner. Thump is so casual, it makes a brown, boring sweater look like a crazy LSD soaked super rainbow sport jacket with fire shooting out of it.
13
MAR
2012

Permanence

Permanence is a retro-futuristic font, inspired by the original cover of Alvin Toffler’s trailblazing hardcover: Future Shock (1970).
18
NOV
2017

Minicomputer

The strange looking numerals at the bottom of bank checks are printed in magnetic ink in a font called MICR E-13B. This typeface was developed in the mid 1950s and was used by banks in 1960s all the way to the...
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...
15
JUL
2014

Pretender

Pretender is a narrow Art Deco headline font inspired by the sheet music cover from an early 20th Century waltz ballad, Mexicali Rose.
28
AUG
2014

The Larabie Fonts Collection

What’s the deal with Larabie Fonts & Typodermic? From 1996 to 2001, before Typodermic Fonts, I created 383 free fonts. Most of these fonts were gradually updated and migrated to Typodermic Fonts. The Typodermic Fonts license agreement applies to fonts the Larabie Fonts...
06
OCT
2010
Video Game Fonts Through the Centuries

Video Game Fonts Through the Centuries

I used to work in video games. Back in 1986, I worked on an Amiga/Atari ST game you’ve never heard of called Alien Fires. I worked on a couple of Nintendo, GameBoy and Super Nintendo games, a few PC games and some other stuff. I’ve created a lot of fonts for video...