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About JLS OverKill Grunge Font

JLS OverKill Grunge is a Rubber stamp font that was created by the Fontry in . It was added to FontSpace on

JLS OverKill Grunge is licensed as Freeware, Non-Commercial, which means it is free for personal use only. If you want to use it commercially, you will have to purchase a license or contact the Fontry

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about the JLS Overkill Family...

OverKill Bloque was created in 1991 as a banner logo for a gamers fan newsletter, The OVERKILL Casualty Report. As letterforms were built for various headlines, a font took shape. Just for grins I fleshed out an uppercase and numbers and named it Ultra Bold. Much later, when Mike and I were working on our chiseled race pak, Ultra Bold convexed nicely and fit in with the modern sports look of the font pak. Mike is most at fault for the lowercase! No face should be without a lowercase! Since then, OverKill / Ultra-Bold has made its way onto the covers of two comic books and numerable vehicles and signs. In 2008 I decided to make it more useful for the desktop crowd. I brought back the OverKill name and called the first font in the family, OverKill Bloque.

All of the faces in the OverKill family are heavy hitters, designed for poster and display applications. Their shapes are extreme, pushing negative spaces to the max. Bloque is forceful and solid, great for logos. It is a strong headline face for comic and manga covers. More geometric and angular, Champion is a sports font. It will be at home on the field or on the court, adorning varsity fund-raising t-shirts or university / professional team logos. Though not quite rustic or antique, Hammer is a slab-serif, a tough hombre with a country flavor. But don't think of it just in terms of Wild West posters and western-wear logos. Hammer will be stiff competition on Ivy League sweatshirts and other sports imprints. OverKill Stencil builds strong logos for construction and industrial products packaging. And what futuristic sci-fi military would be complete without Stencil markings on its massive war machines? And for a matching worn-and-torn look, Grunge Stencil is a distressed font that conveys a sense of decay and erosion so typical of today’s culture. Grunge screams punk posters and underground bands and the products of a misspent youth.

Don't just overdo, OverKill.

Preview image for JLS OverKill Grunge Normal
Regular TrueType, PostScriptMore Info 219 glyphs / 220 chars View Charmap

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Basic Info

Font Name JLS OverKill Grunge Normal
File Name OvrKll_Grunge.ttf
File Size 222kb
Created 10/15/2009 10:00:00 AM
Modified 10/15/2009 7:36:40 AM
Glyph Type TrueType
# Glyphs 219
# Characters 220

Description

Copyright (c) 2009 by the Fontry & James Stirling. All rights reserved.

Copyright

Copyright (c) 2009 by Mike Adkins & James Stirling. All rights reserved.

Designer

James Stirling & Mike Adkins
http://www.thefontry.com

Version

Version 1.001

Trademark

JLS OverKill Grunge Normal is a trademark of Mike Adkins & James Stirling.

Vendor

Mike Adkins & James Stirling

Basic Info

Font Name JLSOverKillGrungeNormal
File Name OvrKll_Grunge.otf
File Size 137kb
Created 10/13/2009 11:22:08 PM
Modified 10/13/2009 11:22:08 PM
Glyph Type PostScript
# Glyphs 223
# Characters 218

Description

Copyright (c) 2009 by the Fontry & James Stirling. All rights reserved.

Copyright

Copyright (c) 2009 by Mike Adkins & James Stirling. All rights reserved.

Designer

James Stirling & Mike Adkins
http://www.thefontry.com

Version

Version 1.001

Trademark

JLS OverKill Grunge Normal is a trademark of Mike Adkins & James Stirling.

Vendor

Mike Adkins & James Stirling