- It's for joke cards / t-shirt where the font does not match the statement.
- I'm a UX guy interested in graphic design and typography but NOT a designer.
My first thought was to use Blackletter. It's visually oppressive plus was a fave of Hitler and the Nazis. The only problem is that most blackletter fonts are illegible, especially on fabric. One of the cleanest / most legible I've found is Black Baron.
Lombardic fonts are too ... flowery.
I've tried grunge fonts - such as Astonished - but that doesn't evoke "anger" to me. Nihilism - maybe. Anarchy - maybe. But not anger.
I've also (mostly) rejected spray paint fonts.
So, rather than reinvent the wheel - what fonts would the community recommend?
- I'm looking for a font that's forceful, authoritative (preferably evoking "I'm angry")
- The font needs to be legible for a phrase as opposed to a single word.
For instance "Metallica" is easy to read. The phrases that will be used are along the line of:
"If you want to "x" you need to "y" and are accompanied by graphics.