by neoxnick

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Neo-Bitgen rougly translates to new bit generation. This is a geometric font, with a hollow serif letter outlined in sans-serif. The inspiration for this font was cyberpunk aestetics such as: neon lights, bulky fonts, and cyber tech; giving it a futristic look.

Info: Created on 22nd February 2018 . Last edited on 22nd March 2018.
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Advertisement for a fake virtual reality company I made up. This sample showcases a futuristic/cyber theme.

Comment by neoxnick 27th March 2018

Can't quite say that the idea is very novel... Architaraz has already done this kind of font.

Q greatly differs from the O, although usually they look similar to each other. C and D should take O as the base for their forms; you made them in the way you did Q. If the font is kinda serif then the digits should have those serifs too. 2 is very much like Z, they can sometimes be confused. I'd say it's 7 outta 10 (or even less).

Comment by Cookielord 28th March 2018

Yes, the 'serif-in-sans' is not a brand-new concept, while the emptied version in the sample adds a personal touch IMHO (8-bit vector graphics?)…

Comment by dpla 31st March 2018

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