I’m pleased to present the Orbitron Font Family, a stunning new and unique typeface. The League of Moveable Type has been greatly benefited by Matt McInerney’s contribution. It has an exquisite letterforms layout.
Orbitron is a geometric sans-serif font family designed by Matt McInerney in 2010. Its design is based on iconic Geometric shapes that became representative of visual elements of the Mid-Century Modern style. The original font was designed as a display typeface or for logos.
The Orbitron Font Family features 249 glyphs in a geometric sans-serif design. With its extensive language support and innovative text forms, this display font family succeeded. All basic font styles must be included in a font family to be great so that the fonts pair well together. This is one of those font families.
Many designers use it for their regular projects. As various designers use this sans-serif font for their traditional designs, you are sure to have seen it before. This unique font family is available in numerous styles, including Regular, Bold, Light, and Medium.
It is a significant aspect of that elegant font used for personal and commercial purposes. Please look at the letter maps we have attached with this post. To gain a better understanding of the accuracy of the textual behavior throughout the records.
This perfect tilting typeface has many variations and connections. If you are interested in experimenting with font effects, Orbitron will be perfect. You can also use it as a titling typeface for movies and books, design elegant emblems and headlines on a website template, or in a video game.
Note: These fonts are copyrighted and licensed by their authors. To check for their license agreements , check the download files. Furthermore, to check more details visit their private or public domains.