Neck Romancer Typeface

I’ve released my latest typeface, Neck Romancer – a vampire-themed design complete with fangs, stakes, axe heads, bat wings, and Gothic cathedral arches as inspiration for the shapes of characters and serifs.

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3 New Typefaces

Inspired by the appearance of my Android Insomnia typeface in an episode of Doctor Who, I dug into my files and found two typefaces I’d almost completed a few years ago and finished them so that I could release them – Airstream Futuropolis and Section 9. Then I set about creating another typeface for which I had only previously developed a concept. I finished and released my minimalist font Minimus yesterday.

Minimus Typeface example

Airstream Futuropolis Typeface example

Section 9 Typeface example

Android Insomnia in Doctor Who

Doctor Who Season 10 Episode 6 Android Insomnia typeface usage
I just found out that my Android Insomnia typeface appeared in Season 10 Episode 6 of Doctor Who, “Extremis.” It was used as the typeface for the interface in the Doctor’s sonic sunglasses.

Android Insomnia Typeface


I recently finished working on a new typeface called Android Insomnia.

The Android Insomnia typeface originated with an earlier, round sans serif typeface that I called Round One. The forms of the Round One letters were readable, but not interesting. So I decided to experiment and came up with a typeface that looked more like a science fiction title font. It is free for commercial use.

The name of the font comes from a line I wrote parodying the title of Philip K. Dick’s novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? My version was, “Do insomniac androids dream of electric sleep?”

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