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.
eXO2 Stencil is a nice roughy from Jose “Beraka” Lobos of Chile. eXO2 brings upper and lower case, and a nice selection of accented characters making it easy to use in lost of situations that would call for a nice, rough looking stencil font. Maybe labeling a rocket launcher or a graphic on a tshirt for your platoon. It has the spirit of a simple bold face like Impact, but its a dirty grungey stencil face. Download The TTF.
Konstata is a cool one from fresh new german foundry fontomtype, and I can’t really explain it as well as it’s creator can, so here is that .. “Konstata is really a niche font for special use. Created for stencil use, Konstata features a set of only 10 different elements (aka your templates) out of which you can compose the complete typeface. Therefore it borders between being somewhat grungy, modular and classic and greatly saves space in your backpack when stenciling. Konstata is supposed to be stenciled with closed counters — which is possible due to the modular system. In fact there are no bridges in it at all. It consists of a complete set of unicase letters — numerals are ment to be done als roman numbers, german umlaute are included as ue (ä), oe (ö), ae (ä) and ss (ß). Any medium will do the job but I suggest using fast drying paint like Placka, Edding or Montana 94 spray-paint to speed up the process of composing all elements. On the keyboard you will find all 10 elements on the position of numerals (0−9); a set of fully composed characters on the position of lowercase letters (a-z incl. ü, ö, ä, ß); and every letter composed into the lowest possible number of parts (maximal two, often only one) at the position of capital letters.” Download Konstata TTF.
Capture It, from Hungarian based type designer Koczman Balint at Magique Fonts – A rough edged stencil font is always good to have around – and Capture It is just that, BOLD and heavy but still legible. Great for headlines and other display type use – It looks very familiar, maybe from a video game package? Capture It surely captures the spirit of basic stencil letterforms. Download Capture It TTF font.
Stencil or Die! from fontourist in Norway – Because street art makes the world a better place. Fontourist salutes all great can heads around our planet. Skateboarding culture being the main influence for this font. Please, GO SPRAY! SOD contains a full international characther set, regular and italic, plus 96 dingbats. If you are looking for a nice sprayed stencil look, this is a great font for you – upper case is the same as lower but adds somewhat digital looking drips to the letters. Download Stencil or Die TTF fonts.
Stencilcase TTF is a nice hand drawn/stencil look ‘toyware’ font from Robot Johnny (John Martz), a cartoonist and illustrator living in Ottawa, Ontario Canada. He also is responsible for the creation of the quirky fun Fruity Drink type face that was posted a few months ago. Johnny says “Remember those little plastic lettering stencils? Now you can more easily make little cruddy letters with this font. Two weights for your fonting enjoyments – regular and extra chunky (er, bold, that is).” That pretty much sums it up – the regular version is a little more scratchy looking and open, the bold adds some weight to the face and closes it up a bit. Download Stencilcase Truetype fonts.