Microtrippy

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by Kendra M.

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Microtrippy is a strange font which gets its name from its emulation of microchip circuitry and bizarre, trippy letterforms. It is supposed to create a feeling of otherworldliness and futurism, with perhaps a touch of mystery. Because of Microtrippy’s synthetic look and connective nature, legibility may become difficult after a few words, so this font should be utilized mainly as display type. The most effective occasion for this font would typically be science fiction related media.

8 Comments

Wow, very unusual, powerful and inventive font! I wonder if an alternate non-line space would make longer texts more legible.
Comment by four 13th march 2013
Great work and surprisingly legible!
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 13th march 2013
A really good first FontStruction. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 14th march 2013
Thanks!
Comment by Kendra M. 14th march 2013
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Microtrippy” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 18th march 2013
so creative 10/10
Comment by simin.msd 18th march 2013
cool!
Comment by David Matos (shutupandance) 31st march 2013
Good work! Very cool circuitry font, it's really creative a first fontstruct. Nice!
Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) 31st march 2013

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