Last Updated on September 20, 2020
The cyberpunk concept is a subgenre of science fiction that focuses on the use of high-tech advancements (i.e. AI, robots, etc.) in contrast with a dystopian or radical setting. This is a popular theme used in games and books. In design, creatives can have fun experimenting with the cyberpunk concept not just with sci-fi and fantasy ideas, but also in modern or minimalist works.
Cyberpunk is in fact, rather versatile. You can also use it for thriller, modern, as well as nostalgic themes. It all depends on how you present it. Together with the right images and color, you can go punk one minute, and totally contemporary the next.
Don’t be intimidated by their bold and edgy appearance. Get a load of these cool cyberpunk fonts and see where they take you.
Cool Cyberpunk Fonts
1. Alpharush Retro Game Font
Tugcu Design Co. proudly presents this big and bold stencil font, with uppercase multilingual letters, numbers, and punctuation.
3. The SONNYFIVE
This brush font by thesonnyfive will work great not just for thriller or horror posters, but also for anything requiring a dynamic, gothic, or dark theme.
4. Hermes Font
LogoLabs lets you go big with this powerful and futuristic typeface that’s full of movement. Tip: combine the upper and lowercase characters to produce stunning effects!
5. Mokoto Glitch Typeface
Effortlessly re-create that digital glitching effect with a little help from this layered multiply typeface by Drizy.
6. Outrunner Retro Script
Nothing more bodacious than a font pack that comes with extras. Introducing this hand-made brush typeface by Aiyari that includes a bonus pack filled with retro illustrations. Totally tubular!
8. Revive 80
Introducing 8 styles, this collection from Tom Chalky will help give your projects that popular vintage feel in minutes.
Sharp and classic, this dark-themed font by The Branded Quotes works well for headlines, banners, posters, shirts, book covers, and more.
10. Hot Rush Font Duo
Sam Parrett created this masterpiece of a font duo that truly works great together, whether in merchandise design or in branding projects.
11. Neototem Font
Inspired by futuristic cyberpunk settings, this all-caps font from Aswin Menon is all about minimalism but with big impact. Ideal for short texts, headlines, logos, and posters.
12. Vaporfuturism OTF Retrowave Font
Step inside an 80s game in Ckybe’s Corner creation. Featuring 4 additional vaporwave backgrounds plus 2 sample flyers, it’s a great deal you won’t want to miss out on.
13. Wraith Typeface
This wide font with ultra tight spacing from Tugcu Design Co. will pair well with scripts and other san serifs, to build an otherworldly effect for your posters, headers, presentations, and more.