Featured Fonts

25
OCT
2007

Meloche

Meloche is a unique grotesque sans-serif typeface influenced by hand-painted French signs of the late nineteenth century. It’s available in 7 weights and obliques. OpenType features include numeric ordinals,...
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.
25
JUN
2010

Polarband

Polarband is a sans serif headline font with an inline and separate stack-able layers.
29
JAN
2017

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...
19
APR
2016

Conthrax

Conthrax is an ultramodern, orthogonal sans-serif typeface with plastic forms influenced by consumer electronics and vehicle design. Mathematical symbols, fractions, numeric ordinals and monetary symbols are in good...
04
SEP
2008

Raincoat

Raincoat’s secret Victorian heritage is betrayed by its even more secret classic rock heritage. OpenType-savvy applications will give your work a customized look you by swappin’ letters for custom...
08
JUN
2010

Warugaki

Warugaki is an unkempt, disarrayed headliner influenced by mid twentieth-century Japanese design. The edge treatment is subtractive, almost like a hand-made silk screen or wax dye resist. In OpenType savvy...
19
NOV
2009

Zingende

Zingende is a neat, slim Art Deco headliner with razor keen sharps and a crouched waistline. Not only is Zingende procurable in 6 weights but you can also pick it up in a solid, counterless style.
26
OCT
2014

Breamcatcher

Breamcatcher is a narrow, Art Deco headline/titling 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.
05
MAY
2018

Doin’ the Neutron Dance

In 1983, Shoot That Tiger Creative Services created a record sleeve for the UK single of the Pointer Sisters Neutron Dance. The design ticked all the boxes for the design trends that would continue to dominate all the way up to early 1990’s: splatter paint granite, atom age...
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,...