About this font family
Designed by Robert Trogman in 1968 as Yagi Double, this face is really famous but impossible to find in digital form---until now. This is the alphabet you recognize from CNN, Sega Genesis, old Toronto Blue Jays unis, and the packaging of those Orange-C vitamin rolls next to the Lifesavers. At long last, graphic designers everywhere will be able to harness the funk of these vectors, as old school letterforms have been digitized for your manipulation.
Asteroid, originally known as Yagi back in the days of rub-on-lettering, has been rendered in two weights--regular, and heavy. They make a great pair and are available for a low, low price by Victory Type studios!