We design libre / open source fonts. That means that you can use, modify and redistribute them freely! Learn more and contribute to the adventure of Velvetyne Type Foundry by reading our “about” page!
This typeface is open-source. As such, it has been modified over the time and you can see here the different major versions it went by and the people working on these versions. You also can have access to the older versions of the files if you are a nostalgic person. Check all our design history on our fontlog page.
Terminal Grotesque is a font that I started in December 2010 while working for a game project, on a pixel font called Modulicon. The characters of Modulicon are not alpha-numeric but a series of icons designed to be displayed in small sizes. After some time spent completing this font, working with pixels made me want to start another drawing that could be used for titles within higher sizes. This side project, was given the temporary name of Junkette and then became Terminal Grotesque: a pixel font inspired by Paul Renner's Futura and some features of Radim Peško's grotesque drawings.
2 November 2011