Aerolite (c) 2010 is a font family designed by Jan Paul and digitized by Brian Kent in New York.
This typeface is suited as body text for science and sci-fi projects, evoking the future, the past, time and space travel (aerolites are meteorites) but also is meant for text of a spiritual nature, humanitarian causes or natural healing, perhaps even a "Celtic Future Legend". Aerolite was developed for a Midnight Oil album affectionately known as "The Blue Meanie" and has since been associated with surfing.
These 6 open (and 6 true type) fonts are distinct in character, yet comfortably legible as body type due to extensive kerning. Try the font in lower case only, on dark back ground, especially the Aerolite Sky versions...to bring out the intended neon effect.
Aerolite is free for personal use. In case of light commercial application please make a donation in the provided box. For major commercial work please contact Jan Paul firstname.lastname@example.org
A basic character map of 196 glyphs makes accents in common foreign languages available. An extended set for 65 languages is available on
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