Originally offered by Filmotype in the early 1950s, Filmotype Lakeside was among its earliest informal style brush script typefaces inspired by sign painter classic brush script styles.
Introduced by Filmotype in the early 1950s, Filmotype Leader was inspired by speedy sho-card bold lettering styles prominently featured in automotive advertising and editorial designs of the late 1940s and early 1950s to express speed and urgency.
Outcast puts the whole grunge font problem to rest by eliminating repetition. Here we have eight variations on each character (4 all cap fonts), so there is no more need to use the same character twice in any display setting. You have the main interchangeable fonts, then you have Outcast Pro — an amalgamation of all four fonts, synched together in one file and programmed with a contextual alternates feature that randomizes setting on the fly.
Sailor is the digital rendition of a film type that was popular in the early- to late-1970s. The type was called West Futura Casual at Photo-Lettering by David West.
Broken is a grunge font with two interchangeable sets of uppercase. Its forms are in the Egyptian style of the early- to mid-nineteenth century, and the totality of its setting gives off the impression of a most unfortunate letterpress situation, with badly cut punches, uncontrolled ink spread, and metal shards and slivers strewn all about.