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.
I drew inspiration from Art Deco fonts, and I also wanted to challenge myself in making a sans serif font. This is definitely a work in progress. Criticism and advice is welcome!
I was playing fruit ninja with my nephew, and while cutting the fruit and beating my neohew in the game, I was thinking about how the slashing, so I just thought that could work, then I was watching Predator and that part where arnold (spoiler alert) beats the predator and the predator pulls out his bomb and it started counting down; the numbers also helped me come up with this idea
This font was inspired by Johannes Gutenberg’s Black Letter, and the iconic 8 bit font. I wanted to make a font that would be found in an old arcade or some odd Nintendo Gameboy role playing game.
The challenge of making this font was trying to make it simple like the original 8 bit font but still have it be ornate like the Black Letter. I believe that I met the challenge and I was also able to make a lower case set which adds more readability to the big blocky upper case. While it became more readable it is still more of a display font.
Created By Abigail Otis
Inspired by my likings of big cities and neon lights, such locations as Tokyo, Japan and New York City, New York. An easy to read type with flare.
Based on the author's own handwriting mixed with the ruggedness associated with a mountain, this font combines both of those into one to create a perfectly rocky font that contains both sturdiness and the unexpected that comes with a mountain range.
Galaxa is a sci-fi-like font. Something cool about Galaxa is that it looks similar to the font used in Star Wars!This is a clone
I wanted to make a font that was fairly simple and had sharp straight lines that consisted mostly of triangular shapes. I wanted to make a more legible version of the Edge font by John Alexander.
My favorite letters/symbols that I made are Q, K, % and *.
Q is the letter that definitely had the most revision due to the trouble I had making its tail work well with all the other letters in the font.
Use this font however you want, GOOD LUCK!
An all-caps Slab Serif display type inspired by early 1900s themed font.
This font has a narrowed structure as well as a low X-Height throughout the entire typeface giving the typeface a more relaxed look.
Fancy Pantaloons is a typeface for when you are feeling a bit silly and pretentious without wanting to be too over-the-top. This typeface reminds me of old lettering on signs from the early 1900's. A combination of Victorian, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, and a bit of Techno.
A font inspired by retro video games, and retro styled games. Ispiration stemming from games like Undertale, Earth Bound, Zombies Ate My Neighbors, and other things like classic zombie and horror movie culture. Another huge inspiration to this font was Nitrome, a computer game website that I grew up with as a kid which featured dozens of flash and pixel based games. The font is designed to be versitile in a few kinds of styles, whether it's a horror movie poster or an ice cream shop stand, it's appealing to the eye and can be played with tons of color choices and style varieties.
A 3D hexagonal display font inspired by Organic Chemistry. Geometric, energetic, and one-of-a-kind; recommended for use at larger sizes with generous leading, not for body copy.
Supdog is a combination of smooth and sharp edges with a large x-height which overall creates a truly unique and fun Sans Serif typeface.
"Smells like updog in here."
"What's up dog?"
This is a display styled font.
Apocalypse inspired. The design gives off the feeling of sheets of metal almost being bolted together with a twist of having negative space keeping them seperated.
Pretro is a blocky and solid font with a modern touch to it, inspired by the late retro gaming era such games like Tron. The design consist of an inner open spaced font for diffrent variations: choices of color combinations. The font could be most seen for a title in a video game.
This font originally started out as a pixelated design, but changed considerably over its development. The bold strokes combined with the jagged edges and pointed serifs are almost reminiscent of something you'd see on a hard rock album cover.
The typeface Chop originally came into fruition as Chop Chop and was later shortened for convenience. The name comes from the process in which it was made, by chopping off what would normally be rounded. It has both playful and sinister qualities. Chop reminisces of a simpler time when computer games still came on floppy disks and the Internet was dial-up.
Common uses for Chop include but are not limited to: laser engraved ax handles, mix CDs, laser engraved knife handles, mixtapes, album covers and graffiti.
This font was inspired by Tron. It was originally designed to resemble a Tron like feel, but then morphed into a techno style typeface. It is a sans serif typeface and was only slightly modified from paper to digital.
Foundation is a typeface inspired by those found on covers and posters throughout the movie industry such as the popular “Blade Runner.” The goal was to create a typeface that evokes a sense of power or boldness. Through the use of expanded letters and strong diagonals, this font is best used in titles or short messages.
The name Foundation was chosen due to the anatomy of the typeface. It is built in two layers creating the appearance of a structure that has been built onto a base.
A dapper little typeface.
Who says you need to be bulky to throw your weight around? Built with a boyish frame, this slender typeface can be handy when you need to "think skinny". A few dashing details dress up the average serif and is only for those who politely dare to be different.This is a clone
My first time create typeface. Inspired by vintage patterned bricks Vietnam in the late 19th century and and Old English. Each glyph has same curves. Suggestions and critiques are welcome. Thanks!
All caps serif typeface inspired from a font called croma. wanted to make this type face a littil chunkier than most and condenced than most serif type faces.
RIBBON is a font designed to emphasize the little details in life that make things better. Originally just a doodle, the typeface evolved through many different styles and looks, before finally settling on the “folded” look, using sharp corners on letters and folds, the way a letterform would look if one really wanted to make it out of ribbons! I hope you enjoy the font and put it to good use on special occasions!
This typeface was inspired by retro neon style images and 80’s rock music. The pointed edges and sides give a unique style to this typeface. Best used for display.
Curved edges and thin horizontal lines give Classy Hamburger an adventurous, retro-futuristic look. The original inspiration for this typeface came from menu headings and retro signage.
Inspired by the bold black letter style of old aswell as midevil styles. The font was constructed with harsh edges and sharp corners in mind. A font worthy of a noble knight.
This font was inspired by Elvis Presley's handwriting. It took time to find documents he wrote on, and then search for all the letters. Finding the numbers was really hard as well.
The name comes from Elvis' love of grilled peanut butter and banana sandwiches.
Neon stripes is an all-caps experimental display typeface. The lowercase set is included as a repeat of the uppercase to make setting type just a little bit easier. This font was contructed with bubble like features, intended for use in larger sizes of type. Perfect for a design that wants a unique neon style - use it in Photoshop, Indesign, or Illustrator to add effects.
Primary is a serif typeface inspired by stencils. Primary is intended to be used for headlines only. This typeface includes an alternate "A" character that works best standing alone or at the end of a word.