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Steel Grrrder

Steel Grrrder by ULGA Type
Individual Styles from $9.00
Complete family of 12 fonts: $72.00
Steel Grrrder Font Family was designed by Michael Gills and published by ULGA Type. Steel Grrrder contains 12 styles and family package options. More about this family

About Steel Grrrder Font Family

Steel Grrrder is a robust, industrial-style stencil typeface family consisting of six weights, from light to black, with corresponding italics.

Suitable for all kinds of display purposes including posters, film titles, book covers, magazines, advertising, logos, packaging, signage and games design, Steel Grrrder is especially useful where the message needs some serious geometric bite behind it.

Steel Grrrder is best categorised as a constructivist sans family. The character shapes are sharp, angular and slightly condensed - it’s a rigid, no-frills, no-curves, mega-metallic design. Legible? Not really. Readable? I think not. In your faceable? Absolutely!

This is a tough display typeface, designed to work in the most demanding typographic situations. It won’t buckle under pressure or wilt when the heat’s turned up. Forged from carbon steel and wrapped in a layer of Graphene, Steel Grrrder is unashamedly rugged, a rock-hard pound-for-pound boxer specialising in thumping knockouts.

The Steel Grrrrder extended family also includes a six-weight joining script and two display fonts, Groove & Nutjob - all designed to work with each other.

Designers: Michael Gills

Publisher: ULGA Type

Foundry: ULGA Type

Design Owner: ULGA Type

MyFonts debut: Jan 19, 2021

Steel Grrrder

About ULGA Type

ULGA Type is a small type foundry run by Michael Gills and based near Norfolk in the East of England. I design predominantly display fonts sprinkled with the occasional multi-weight typeface family (when time permits). ¶ My typeface families and fonts are generally characterised by designs that are well-crafted with extensive European language support. Especially for my display fonts, I like to inject versatility and fun into the designs, adding lots of alternatives, ligatures and symbols, topped off by a pinch of quirkiness. ¶ Alongside type design, my range of work encompasses monogram & logo designs, custom font designs, hand lettering and a bit of calligraphy.