FS Zeta-B

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A futuristic industrial font. Hope you like it. First inspiration was Bongo.
Info: Created on 9th December 2010 . Last edited on 16th June 2011.
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8 Comments

Comment by Tylo 9th December 2010
Wow. Very very nice. I love the way this feels like one of those video games. You know. The kind with aliens. And shooting. :P
Comment by Ken Bruce (crispycraker) 9th December 2010
Nice sample, and cool font!
Comment by elmoyenique 9th December 2010
@crispycraker Hahaha, I know what you mean! I am not a big fan of these games, but thank you very much for this comment!

@elmoyenique As always I am really glad you like my font! Thank you very much for you comment!
Comment by Tylo 10th December 2010
My turn to say how excellent, weird and at the same time familiar, this font is. Even if different, it makes me recall of the font "Alien Double" by C-Munk, one of my deep favourite too.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 11th December 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “FS Zeta-B” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 21st December 2010
Comment by Tylo 21st December 2010
You've been blessed!
I love the shipping package box picture!
Comment by Bismuth 10th January 2012

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