FourJuly contains three patriotic fonts that might be fun to use in July. They are also very hard to read, but perhaps not as hard as the somewhat similar letters in the fonts of FlagDay.
FourJuly A has square, blocky letters with star interiors.
FourJuly G and FourJuly H add diagonal stripes.
DavidFarewell is a medium-weight, sans-serif (or perhaps flare-serif) typeface with a fairly large x-height. It has a substantial amount of variation in the weights of the diagonals and verticals.
In the 1990s Adobe’s MultipleMaster technology introduced interpolation into font editing programs. Though the obvious use of interpolation was to create an unlimited number of weights for a font, interpolation could also be used to crossbreed two completely different typefaces. BetterIngriana is the result of such crossbreeding, the offspring of two very different parents. BetterTypeRight has little contrast and large, round serifs while Ingriana is a relaxed, informal typeface. BetterIngriana was constructed in 1995-6; an update in 2012 cleaned up many of the remaining oddities that resulted when parts of the parent fonts clashed. It has regular, bold, italic, and bold italic versions.
Whichit contains four typefaces designed with a octagonal motif.
The first release of XLaserTrain, a toy train font, was constructed by taking bits from the four LetterTrain fonts. Version 2, released in late 2010, added a great many cars with holiday and party themes. The bold version has smoke over the cars and you may have to adjust line spacing (leading) to have it display properly.
WurstchenDotted is made up up of sausage segments. It does not have true lower-case letters, but rather variants of the upper-case letters instead. As all extreme display fonts, it is useful in small doses.
Karlisbad is a monospaced font in which lines expand and contract to form letters.
Unikled was inspired by the uncial styles. The upper and lower cases are quite different and can be treated as two separate alphabets. It is available in two weights, plain and bold.
With its split serifs, Vglee looks like it could be a copy of an “Old West” font but it is not. It was constructed by taking a motif and applying it regardless of consequences. Vglee does not have lower-case letters but it does include a full set of Western and Central European accented characters. Its distinctive, odd appearance can be useful in small doses for decorative purposes.
BeneCryptine has very exaggerated upper-case letters and hyperactive lower-case letters. It is not based on any particular type style.
The stenciled version of DavidFarewell.
AndrewAndyStencil is a sans-serif, stencil font in two weights derived from the Ingrimayne font AndrewAndreas.
SarahfSlob is a crudely drawn, serifed typeface, complete with italics and bold versions.