Turtles is inspired by the title logo of the classic Teenaged Muntant Ninja Turtles toyline and cartoon from the 1980s. This typeface includes the full alphabet, extended punctuation, and Euro. […]
Twobit is based on the ‘retro-futuristic’ of computer and technology advertising of the 1960s and early 1970s. Includes full alphabet, punctuation, euro. Includes regular, bold, italic, and bold-italic versions.
Uptown is a classically-themed title-card face found in marquees and signage from the 1930s and 1940s. This is a bold, heavy face perfect for pulp-period projects. Includes full alphabet, numerics, […]
Utonium is a think, cartoon-like, “sloppy” typeface based on the title logo of the original Powerpuff Girls from Cartoon Network. Includes full alphabet, extended punctuation, euro. Includes regular, bold, italic, […]
Vecna is based heavily on the title logos for WotC’s fourth edition Dungeon and Dragons role-playing game line. This face is meant to evoke a medieval/renaissance look, with some old English flare. […]
Videopac is a stylized stencil-based typeface given upper-caps and a slight 1970s-era flare. The face is based on the Odyssey 2’s “videopac” cartridge titles, such as KC Munchkin. Includes full […]
Virtucorp is a simple, heavy, ‘corporate tech’ style typeface based loosely on a number of fictional company logos in movies set in the ‘near future’. The face includes the full alpha-numerics, […]
Visitor Script is an alien typeface based on the alien writing seen in the various incarnations of the “V” franchise. Includes all canonical glyphs.
The fonts pages are under heavy construction pending the site’s update.
I’ve begun setting up this site’s “store” interface for purchasing font licenses, though I’ve got a long long way to go to get all my fonts entered, much less having their web-pages look nice and organized. The links below are direct purchase links to paypal for various font families. Note that I’ve also started to offer reduced pricing for some of the simpler, or more unusual-use fonts (such as alien or fantasy scripts).
If you need to register a font that currently isn’t listed below, you can still do so directly through Paypal. Commercial registrations cost $20 per font family with funds sent to email@example.com . When registering the font, please enter the name of the font being registered in the ‘note’ section of the payment information.
Please keep your emailed Paypal receipt as proof of purchase of the registration.
I apologize for the temporary inconvenience this site update may cause.