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, faux finishes and kitschy patterns. A common tactic was to scramble glyphs from various typefaces, especially art deco, nineteenth-century grotesques, old metal headliners and minimalist geometric designs. Cybermontage uses OpenType technology to automatically shuffle several variations to create a pseudorandomized effect. If your application doesn’t support OpenType, you can access all these character variations from the Unicode Private Use Area, also known as PUA encoding. Although some kerning is included, the character interconnection can get pretty wild; if your application supports optical kerning, you may want to activate it.