Rev Josh (an artist who lives in Florida with his wife Kate and their cat Mew) made this chunky funky truetype outline bitmappy font called x51 outline. It looks like maybe a drunk robot made the font with a plasma cutter. Download it and have fun.
This hard edged techo truetype font – Construct, also known as the Fonstruction “Construct” was created by Logan Lambert, from The Fragile Machine using fontsrtuct, the free online font editor from fontshop. If you are looking for edgey sci-fi type, this is a good place to start. Download the Construct TTF and enjoy the future.
Vhia, from Netherlands based Monkey Garage of the Fonts of Chaos collective and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial license so check it out! What is Vhia? it’s a tribut to 90s sci fi – with its angular, goemoetric and futuristic characteristics. I could easily see this on an electro punk cyber techno record album sleeve. Old MONKEY GARAGE former member of the “KREW”, his course of the typography pass above all by his influence of urban art. “I am not a typographer, I do not seek to create the perfect letter. I rather work instinctively. It’s only after that I start to ask myself questions, and then it becomes complicated.” Download the VHIA TTF
mm stenxil comes to fontaday from mike munzert, an amateur photographer and opensource fan living near Potsdam, Germany. mm stenxil is a pretty straight forward design – what you see is what you get; a techy stencil font unlike any other stencil really, clean,simple, and not ordinary. lower case only, no big deal though, lower case is enough when you are stencilling. Download mm stenxil.
Aneurysm is a super grungerific freeware truetype font from Florida based artist/comedian Rev. Josh Wilhelm, formerly of Spork Thug Typography. Aneurysm has a sort of cyber-techy glitchy edge but remains dirty and grungey which is something you may or may not want. Holy crap my brain hurts. Download the TTF.
A Cyber Techy Circuit Techno face .. I dig this stuff. From Illustrator/Designer Galdin Ooten in Brazil. Looking for a cool computer circuit board looking font for a logo or headline? Park Tech is a great one to keep in mind – check out some of his great illustrations on his website! Download Park Tech TTF.