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Monday, 6 January 2014

Free Font Orbitron by The League of Moveable Type | Font Squirrel

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Free Font Orbitron by The League of Moveable Type | Font Squirrel:

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Orbitron

Orbitron is a geometric sans-serif typeface intended for display purposes. It features four weights (light, medium, bold, and black), a stylistic alternative, small caps, and a ton of alternate glyphs.
Orbitron was designed so that graphic designers in the future will have some alternative to typefaces like Eurostile or Bank Gothic. If you’ve ever seen a futuristic sci-fi movie, you have may noticed that all other fonts have been lost or destroyed in the apocalypse that led humans to flee earth. Only those very few geometric typefaces have survived to be used on spaceship exteriors, space station signage, monopolistic corporate branding, uniforms featuring aerodynamic shoulder pads, etc. Of course Orbitron could also be used on the posters for the movies portraying this inevitable future.


Orbitron Alphabet Specimen
Orbitron Alphabet Phrases

FONTS

Orbitron Light free font
Orbitron Light | 244 Glyphs
Orbitron Medium free font
Orbitron Medium | 244 Glyphs
Orbitron Bold free font
Orbitron Bold | 244 Glyphs
Orbitron Black free font
Orbitron Black | 244 Glyphs

FONT INFORMATION

Orbitron is a geometric sans-serif typeface intended for display purposes. It features four weights (light, medium, bold, and black), a stylistic alternative, small caps, and a ton of alternate glyphs. Orbitron was designed so that graphic designers in the future will have some alternative to typefaces like Eurostile or Bank Gothic. If you’ve ever seen a futuristic sci-fi movie, you have may noticed that all other fonts have been lost or destroyed in the apocalypse that led humans to flee earth. Only those very few geometric typefaces have survived to be used on spaceship exteriors, spacestation signage, monopolistic corporate branding, uniforms featuring aerodynamic shoulder pads, etc. Of course Orbitron could also be used on the posters for the movies portraying this inevitable future.
Text taken from http://www.theleagueofmoveabletype.com/fonts/12-orbitron under Creative Commons License.

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