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Futuristic Fonts – Updated and Expanded

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It’s not easy to define what the future of font design will be, but we can certainly identify fonts which look like something from what we imagine the future to be. Fonts with a high-tech, mechanical look are always considered futuristic, and there are certain styles which have come to be associated with science fiction and other futuristic themes.Strangely, we’ve come to associate Arts and Crafts fonts, or fonts which derive from that tradition more strongly than any others with the look of the future. Fonts like Semiramis, Sanhedrin and Alecto which are one step removed from traditional Arts and Crafts design fit right in with the futuristic theme. Some other classic fonts are also obvious picks, especially those which come from futuristic design movements like constructivism, the source for our Structura font. And of course, you can’t go wrong throwing some technological imagery in with appropriate lettering, as you see in Circuit and Gearhead. Putting all these together we get a nice melange with what we tend to imagine as the look of the future.

Several of the fonts are fairly new releases or seldom seen fonts, brought in specially for this package. Alecto is a new original design, and Circuit and Gearhead have not been available for general distribution until now. You haven’t seen them before and you won’t find them in any of our other packages.

We’ve just released a new and updated edition of the Futuristic Fonts package with four new fonts, Treadway, St. Ives, Death Ray and Monstrous. You can get them when you order the package at a special discounted price, or if you already have the package you can order just the update for only $20.

The complete new edition of the Futuristic Fonts collection is available for only $69. It comes in a dual format archive for Windows or MacOS computers and includes both Postscript and TrueType fonts. You can order it easily online from our ONLINE STORE. If you already have the earlier release of the package, you’re eligible to ORDER THE UPDATE for just $20.

To get an idea of what our futuristic fonts are like, try out the demo version of Alecto. It doesn’t have all of the punctuation and variant characters, but should give you a good feel for the font. Click here to download Alecto in an archive which will work with Windows or Mac OSX.

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