About this font family
Obliterate is a self destructing sans-serif typeface created from old rub off typography sheets brought back from the brink of becoming landfill fodder. It contains four sets of capitals and one alternate set of numerals for a randomized look.
Here’s what’s included with Obliterate:
633 glyphs - including Capitals, Alternate Capitals (in lowercase slots), Numerals, Punctuation, two additional alternate Capitals sets and an extensive character set that covers multilingual support of latin based languages. (see the last graphic for a preview of the characters included) More…
Ligatures Feature that auto-switches between Capitals & three other alternate Capitals glyphsets, as well as Numerals and Alternate Numerals for visual randomness. The ligatures feature will be automatically enabled for most with opentype compatibility, otherwise you can access the alternate glyphs via a Glyphs panel. (try typing below to watch it alternate between sets)
Four Sets of Distressed Capitals each come complete with international accented characters for each version.
Font is provided in TTF & OTF formats. The TTF format is the standard go to for most users, although the OTF and TTF function exactly the same.
Here’s why Obliterate is for you:
You're into legible but distressed typestyles that imitate a random looking distress to it
You're a fan of the band Inner Circle, whom the font was originally a tribute to
You're a fan of old Letraset/Transfertype rub off lettering
You're designing a modern horror movie poster and want a typeface with some tooth to it
You just like to collect quality fonts to add to your design arsenal