Atomic Dustbin a grungy handmade brush display font. It was created with a thick dry brush , black ink and paper. I was trying to get that dirty brush stroke look and feel, with all the lovely detail that can produce.
I named the font after the 90’s indie band Neds Atomic Dustbin. Who got the name from an episode of the goon show.
It’s a unicase font so it has no lowercase glyphs. That makes it perfect for bold and heavy headlines. It’s messy so it’s going to give you that graffiti/urban style.
Atomic Dustbin has 3 alternatives for each letter and 2 for each number, and a few extra punctuation marks.
Using OpenType contextual alternatives that cycle through the glyphs and to give you a more random looking typeface.
You will need to enable the contextual alternates in your design application. Or if you wanted, you can still select them manually as stylistic alternatives
Atomic Dustbin font includes;
- 2 styles Regular and oblique
- Contextual alternatives
- Uppercase letters only
- Punctuation & Symbols
- Western European characters
- Central European characters
- South Eastern European characters
Optimum SizeLarge (Display / Poster)
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