From skate tees and scarfs to music posters and cassette tape cases, chrome font is everywhere.
With roots influenced by 90s cyber goths, chrome font typography has become the centre of a graphic design resurgence.
First appearing on underground music posters, the slick, futuristic and sharp font quickly caught on – with many large music platforms, artists and record labels, such as Boiler Room, using the new wave of graphic designers for their promotions and merchandise.
HUNGER have picked out the top six chrome typography and graphic design accounts to follow.
8 July 2019