Molot – a nice, thick and heavy bold choice that would be a great display face – ideal headline – legible from a far poster for a techno industrial group, you get the picture. Upper and lower cases are the same, it’s got numbers and a little more. Not really a font for setting long passasges or big blocks of body copy. Headlines, meet Molot. from Russian designer Roman Yershov, Jovanny Lemonad. Download high quality OTF face Molot!
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.
From UK based designer TracerTong, PhatBoy Slim is a nice techy funky PS3 looking typeface. You know the one, that fancy sony stylized logo for the playstation 3. It’s snazzy – this is what you want. Tracer has supplied the face in the typical four styles – normal, bold, bold italic and italic to help it be even more useful. Download Phat Boy Slim TTFs.
a.lewis is a nice liquid flowing sort of display font, with bold round connected letters like a script, but not really a cursive type of face, unique in its own way, but familiar and still legible even at text sizes. i came across this font from the eknp site, but i dont think it’s their creation. any idea who made this? it doesn’t say in the font info and internet searches come up without any clear answers. a.lewis remains a mystery to me. click to download a.lewis truetype font.
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.
Basehead is the first font created by Boston, MA based TeA Curran from Grillecheese Fonts in 1997, originally created for his ‘zine “Xandu” and because he is such a nice guy, he has released it to the public for free. Why do I like Basehead? Initially I was drawn to this font by my love for grilled cheese sandwiches, and later appreciated Basehead because of the funky weird letterforms that TeA has used to create this font – it is pretty legible and remains strange. Download Basehead TTF from Grilledcheese.com.
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.