MagmaWave Font


Typography of Doom

Any wanna be world-domination villain is fascinated by doomsday devices and I’m not an exception. The MagmaWave Font is designed especially for those reverse countdown display screens we all cherish and love. It’s a low viscosity, sans-serif font fusion of elegant Art Deco romanticism and compulsive high-tech obsession.

MagmaWave Caps Font by Yanko Tsvetkov is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. Some rights reserved. Please read the license before use.

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Language Support

The MagmaWave Caps Font supports the Basic Latin, Latin-1 Supplement and Latin Extended-A Unicode ranges. It also has support for general punctuation and the most commonly used mathematical operators. Even though that should be enough for a standard Hollywood doomsday device, I may consider expanding the character set in the near future. If there’s such a thing as a “near future”, of course!

10 comments on “MagmaWave Font

  • great font!, what do I have to do if I want to use it for commercial use? (for a youtube song intro of a beginning dj)

  • alphadesigner, we would like to use this font in our business logo.  do we need a special license/permission for this or are these only necessary if we were distributing the font?  Please let me know.  Thank you.

    • Distribution of the font is actually free as long as you don’t charge for it and you don’t modify the installation package (the zip file). But you do need a special license if you intend to use the font for anything business-related (commercial use). At this point the font doesn’t have a commercial version that can be purchased from a vendor but if you really insist on using it as it is, you can make a 50$ donation via its dafont presentation page:

    • [email protected]’re welcome!

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