Elite Hacker is a capital letter set with a set of alternates instead of lowercase letters. It’s grungy, stylish, and everything you need to spice up your next project. Show the world your elite stature.
Daiichi is a title font. It looks very nice when you make it super large. The light weight implies class, while the shape gives a unique characteristic and feel. I created this font to use for graphics for a record label. This font is uppercase, lowercase, numbers, and all business.
Ocho Siete is one of the first fonts I made. It was inspired by nice, classy, thin fonts, as well as fonts influenced by basic shapes. It got it’s fair share of downloads, but the more I learned about making fonts, the more that this font made me wince in agony.
The font has kept the same feel and idea, but has been completely redone from the ground up. Many letter have been changed or improved, and most symbols have been added.
What’s in store for Ocho Siete? I plan on making a bold weight and a black weight as well.
If you’re using this font in Photoshop, be sure to take advantage of faux-bold and faux-italics.
EDIT: Check out Sessions in the new Grimes video:
A new font that I just completed. A sassy sans-serif font that’s very adaptable for numerous situations where you may need it.
The next font that I will be releasing is an update of one of my previous fonts:
This font has been almost entirely recreated. While maintaining the spirit, idea, and sexiness of the original, this redesign will feature a more complete character set, a few more thoughtfully designed characters, and infinitely more usefulness.
New Free for Personal Use font available free for download!
Available in a slick, light Regular, and a chest-pounding Bold weight. This font is a little sporty, a little hip-hop, and all style. In fact, I’m using it on this blog as we speak. Fancy huh?
This font has been around now for about a month. I would suggest it for some bold logo type, or maybe some large ad copy. For licensing, check out the licensing agreement: here
Since I never really had a formal Licensing Agreement, the terms of usage are outlined below.
Muraknockout Media+Design Font Licensing Agreement
Free fonts are absolutely free to use in any type of work, be it personal or commercial. Usage may include, but is not limited to: Graphic Design, Logo Type, Website Embedding, Advertisements, Apparel Graphics, Usage in Television or Films, Usage in Mobile Applications, Usage in Computer Programs, etc.
In essence, you may use the font, personally or commercially, as you choose.
You may not, however, redistribute the font on any other websites than the website it was downloaded from (the only sites allowed to distribute my fonts are dafont.com and myfonts.com), redistribute the font for monetary gain or as part of a font collection, modify the font, or claim ownership of the font.
These terms can be changed any time and without notice.
Licensing “Free For Personal Use” Fonts
“Free for Personal Use” means that these fonts cannot be used commercially in any capacity without licensing. In order to use the fonts commercially, you are asked to make a donation of any amount to my personal PayPal account, mgmuranaka -at- gmail.com. Any amount literally means any amount. It can be $1, $5, or $1,000,000 if you wish. Basically, donate what you can afford, or what the font is worth to you. I would not be offended if you were to donate just one penny, because that means that you find value in the font, and that using my font helped you in some way. Once the donation is made, you may use the font as if it were a free font, so you may do what you wish with it personally or commercially. For more information, read “Free Fonts” above.
Licensing the font does not give you the right to redistribute the font on any other websites than the website it was downloaded from (the only sites allowed to distribute my fonts are dafont.com and myfonts.com), redistribute the font for monetary gain or as part of a font collection, modify the font, or claim ownership of the font.
These terms can be changed any time and without notice.
If you have any other questions definitely feel free to contact me!
I do not make these fonts with the interest of monetary gain. I make them “free for personal use” because I feel that the the particular font took a bit more time and thought to create, and being that I live by freelancing, the donation is meant to offset the time that I put into creating the fonts.
These fonts come with no warranty, so you are using them as you downloaded them. If you do, however, find any major flaws in the fonts, definitely contact me without hesitation and I will do my best to fix them in a timely manner. If you have any requests or suggestions, please contact me for that as well.
Thank you very much for using my fonts!
This website will serve as my new font blog. I recently got back into font creation and as my skills have been improving and I have been learning much more about font creation, I will be recreating a number of my fonts that I am fond of.
Bookmark, stay tuned, and enjoy!
Welcome to my Design Portfolio. I’m moving to WordPress, so my site will be under construction for a period of time, so you’ll have to stare at the ugly default WordPress template til I fix it. The default post name, however, seemed appropriate for once.
Most of the content on this site will be related to my Portfolio and Fonts, but I MAY come up with some tutorials and such here and there, depending on both demand and whether or not I feel like sharing.
Thanks for stopping by!