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.
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.
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.
Dispute is a free font created in 2000 by Johnw, aka SwatKat of Bionic Type (check out some of his other designs on that site, some pretty excellent funky distressed stuff). What is Dispute? A distressed and not too easy to read, cyber-techy-blobby-crunchy-dirty looking grunge display face. Why would you want that? I dunno .. but I think it looks pretty cool, so here it is. Download Dispute TTF font.
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.