About this font family
Dynatron is a bold condensed retro-style font reminiscent of vintage product logos, labels and badges. I collect old radios as a hobby, and the name Dynatron is borrowed from an old (now long defunct) manufacturer of valve radios and gramophones. Dynatron is also partly inspired by the old sci-fi comic covers, an example of which I have mocked up here. It is also one of the first fonts to incorporate the 27th letter of the English alphabet: the'Th'glyph to substitute for the definite article (the) as recently invented by the Paul Mathis of Melbourne, Australia (see gallery).