What we gonna do right here is go back, way back … Another classic old school banger from prolific funky type designer Jakob Fischer aka Pizzdude, straight out of the .DK .. Kitchen Police, techno angular edge, pretty legible but not for text. Maybe a sign from Blade Runner or Back to the Future, you know what I mean? Download Kitchen Police Truetype font, and enjoy.
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.
All Hooked up has an edgey bio-mechanical cyber-future feel from Canadian teacher and anagram puzzle creator Darren Rigby at Objets DArt.
“I do hand lettering even when I’m doing ordinary writing, or even not-so-ordinary writing, like solving crossword puzzles. The cryptics of Henry Hook are not puzzles that mere mortals should be trying to solve with a stopwatch in hand, so you might as well take your time. So while I was going through one of his books, I redid the grids on graph paper, and lettered my solutions in this font. I know. I’m completely disgusting.” Download All Hooked Up TTF.
Silver Stream is a digital take-off on the type from WIPEOUT the 1995 classic future race game on the playstation platform. Put together by Michael Lynch at Box Full of Sky this face delivers what it promises – the look of the video game in a nice, techno-inspired futuristic font that isn’t super-legible, but is super-cool. We are explosive? Download Silver Stream TTF.
Nada is the creation of Lagalga (aka Heribertro Noguera) from Spain – a super thin edgey techno font that would be comfortable on a nightclub sign or magazine headline… “Esta fuente es para tí y tu prima, haz con ella lo que quieras menos adueñártela y decir que es tuya, porque no lo es, es de lagalga. Por lo demás, NADA más, disfrutalá y que Viva la Masacre….” Download Nada TTF.