Information about the typeface designer Vic Fieger and his fonts.
Vic Fieger was born in 1982. His fonts have been used by the British Museum in London (Osaka Sans Serif), the Japanese Olympic team in Torino (Eurocentric), UbiSoft (Edo), The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Quick End Jerk), Amtrak Arrive! magazine (Xerography), the Angry Video Game Nerd (Karmatic Arcade), MTV's Jersey Shore (Umbrage), A&E's The Cleaner (Edo again), The Colbert Report (Kremlin), and too many others to list.
He writes and draws the webcomics "Dubmarine" and "Not New York, No".
[Vic Fieger, September 2010]
Fonts designed by Vic Fieger:
Celonius Mark XIX