This font intends to imitate the rolling letters of an old analog screen. Often found at train stations, airports and similar facilities.
It is a relativley simple and non-optimized font so far. Feel free to leave me a comment with suggestions for optimization or any flaws you may find.
This typeface is based on the hand-painted names seen on the side of canal boats. The inconsistent, grainy texture of each letter is meant to represent the irregularities in using paint, for example the general wear and tear from the elements like chipped or peeling edges. This was my approach to the idea of “analogue” and a brief set to explore what that means. To me, in the context of the brief, analogue could be defined as possessing a nostalgic or "old school" quality- something replicated in an unauthentic manner in order to create a look-alike imitation of a time gone by. I also designed these letters to look like bubbles on the surface of water, hence the name 'Analogue Fizz'. I focused on the old method of transport in Bristol: boats.This is a clone of Analogue Fizz Stamped
Agent Dagger is a font inspired by the 1983 Atari arcade game
"Cloak and Dagger" / "Agent X" featuring a full range of retro hacker styled characters with various glyphs and symbols
created by: Abstract Lion (Christian "Kiko" Lopez)
Fontstruct's first vacuum tube font!
This is a design inspired by Nixie tubes. Since these "tubes" are iconographic, they could theoretically represent 12AX7s, 6L6s, KT88s, or whatever tube/valve you wanted. Feel free to clone and build on this concept.