Verne: Steampunk Font

Verne is an original design developed specially for our new collection of Steampunk fonts, which lacked a heavy-weight title font which fit with the theme. It has the look of wrought iron with rough edges, with elements of gears and machinery built into the characters. The heavy weight makes it excellent for incorporating textures and metallic patterns to create interesting titles. The design brings to mind the look of Captain Nemo’s ship Nautilus in Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, hence the name. The font includes both plain and decorated versions of most of the characters as well as alternate forms of selected characters to give your designs some options for variety.

You can download and try out the free demo version of Verne (will work on Mac or PC). If you like it you can buy the complete character set with all the extra features from our Ordering Site.

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4 comments on “Verne: Steampunk Font

  1. Kinda disappointing. The gear teeth look like worn out nubs that would slip if you put them together and the B is probably the greatest disappointment. I mean, its two semicircles interlocking and yet there are no gear teeth coming together in the center. It feels like a wasted opportunity.

  2. Tanuki

    I like it but the free download link does not work.

  3. Peter Savas

    I tried to download the demo version of Verne, but I keep getting a 404 error from your server indicating a problem with the link. How may I obtain the demo version of the font?


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