Xeron is from Swedish designer Andreas Nylin at Dustbust Fonts “my inspiration comes from music, movies, internet, video games and almost everything that surrounds me. but my biggest source of inspiration is insomnia.” Xeron is a nice, bold straight lined font with a futuristic feel and some interesting curves shaping the letters. Great for techno CDs, DJ mixtapes, sci fi movie posters, space ship lettering, robot t-shirts, and a lot more. Download Xeron Truetype font.
The Takraf font family is based on the old logotype from the VEB Schwermaschienenbaukombinat (DDR) and comes to us from Jan Sonntag at Sonntag Fonts in Laroque, France. This face is pretty unique in that it is supplied in four style that are very distinct – Takraf 3d (letterforms on 3d cubes), Takraf-Block (letterforms with dark shadows), Takraf-Linie (letterforms with shadow that is not filled in), anmd Takraf-VEB (letters are knocked out of solid, flat boxes). A solid choice for headlines, drop-caps, logo designs and anything that needs a firm blocky base. WIth its unique hard angular style this could fall into a more modern “dutch” type design category. Download Takraf OTFs.