Futuracha is an Evge-awarded display font downloaded by over 50.000 people at the first year of its publication. The name is the combination of words futura and cucaracha (cockroach in spanish).
The design is based on the basis of futura book which has a ideal weigh for met. The letters' edges radically extend in a forceful way trying to remind the art deco's style. The serifs are based on John Baskerville typefaces.
It was designed as a display font so it's not recommended for extended texts. It's suitable for headlines and logos. I strongly recommend to users to experiment with the font. The results of the experiments may be proven fascinating. Futuracha includes both greek and latin characters as well as numbers and symbols.
An idiosyncratic take on the handwriting font, Futuracha is inspired by John Baskerville’s classic typefaces, as well as Futura Book. Created by Holy, this free font family includes numerics, symbol fonts, and Greek and Latin characters. Designed as a display font, Futuracha could work well when used creatively in headlines, logos or typographical illustrations.