Plasmatic is another fine example of excellent shareware and free type from the well known prolific (200+ fonts and counting) Canadian born -now residing in in Nagoya, Japan- Ray Larabie from Typodermic Fonts. Plasmatic has a cyber punk techno edge, sort of MICR-digital-OCR-din-Courier moshed up.. and OMG remember Wendy-O?. Download Plasmatic TTF.
Vatos from prolific street artist-skate designer-font creator-etc Billy Argel is free for personal use – looking for an edgey street wwest-coast inspired graf font? Grab Vatos – it’s got what you’re looking for, and then some. Billy makes some excellent faces, a few we have posted before. Check out his blog! Download Vatos TTF.
It’s Saturday and I’m feeling punky. Sadly, I never got to see The Ramones at CBGB but i did catch some pretty great acts there over the years. If you want to recapture some of the now-gone days of the Country, Blue Grass, Blues and Other Music For Uplifting Gormandizers you can use this font, the creation of Daniel Gauthier of GautFonts (he also designed the previously posted Sweet Leaf typeface). Pretty simple what it is – It’s the logo font on the awning for this now sadly missed icon of music in NYC and it is supplied in a solid version and a version with the dots etc. Download CBGB TTFs.