The NSA isn’t exactly everyone’s favorite agency right now. A lot of people aren’t too pleased about what they’re doing, and they’re not afraid to tell people about it. In artist Sang Mun’s case, he decided to show it.
Designer Alex Merto’s Effing Typeface is so effing unusual that I can’t help but be impressed by his creativity. His font is so overtly pervy that it’s enough to make me cringe at certain letters, but even I have to admit that he does a good job at staying within the confines of his extremely vulgar theme.
Some say that doctors have the most atrocious writing. I think that anyone who has to write day-in and day-out will try and optimize their hand strokes to the bare minimum, which is what a lot of doctors do, with their squiggly writing.
I’m really not a fan of fancy display typefaces. Maybe it’s my early eye-scarring experience with the San Francisco font on my original Macintosh 128, but I really prefer fonts that are readable over cool looking.
Just load this font on your computer, and you’ll be able to make your own fun scenes using a variety of 8-bit pixel characters and mini video game systems.
Designed by Paul Busk for SUBOTRON -a Viennese video game fan store, CMOD SUBOTRON includes not only a all of the regular alphanumeric characters you’d expect in western and eastern European languages, it’s loaded with wonderful pixel art in the Bonuslevel version of the font.
You can grab a free copy of the Opentype font for yourself by clicking here.