Featured Fonts

12
AUG
2009

DDT

DDT is a subtly superelliptical, neutral-sans typeface. While it there’s an aspect of squareness to it, the roundness has been fine tuned to provide maximum clarity. More square than Univers but less square...
08
JAN
2008

Cardigan

Cardigan is casual sans-serif typeface. While the line treatment is nonchalant, letterforms are clear and conventional making it one of those rare casual typefaces that perform well in large bodies of text. The...
21
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...
11
AUG
2010

Gleaming the Cube

Gleaming the Cube is a late 1980’s/early 1990’s style display typeface. Special combo ligatures and radically awesome symbols are included.
05
JUN
2016

Gymkhana

Gymkhana is an elementary sans-serif typeface available in 6 weights and italics. With its large x-height and liberal width, Gymkhana is easy-to-read on any screen size. In OpenType savvy applications, you can...
29
JUL
2005

Sinzano

Sinzano is a casual, interlocking typeface. In OpenType astute applications, some letter combinations are automatically replaced with captivating, intertwined ligatures. Sinzano is available in three styles: Sinzano...
02
APR
2011

From the Internet

From the Internet is a compact, square font family built from the high-tech bones of From the Stars. It’s available in Regular, Italic, Bold & Bold Italic.
11
MAY
2010

Honfleur

Honfleur is an Art Deco fashion font, inspired by lettering on an antique perfume poster.
04
SEP
2007

Stud

For tender moments: think Stud: the wide, slab serif cowboy font.
24
APR
2018

Not meant to be read by drivers

There’s no shape that can’t be formed into an alphabet. But that doesn’t mean I won’t keep searching for it. For this project, I designed a set of shapes that would be intentionally challenging to work with. Zelega Zenega was informed by from the shapes of...
28
FEB
2018

Spectrashell

In 2017, my cousin and I designed a hard-shell waterproof passport case. He designed and engineered the case itself and I came up with hexagonal grip pattern, the logo and metal badge, packaging and manual. Originally, this passport case had a different name. I came up with the...
18
NOV
2017

Minicomputer: 1960s Ultramodern

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 present day. This system only supports numerals and a few control...
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.