glitched helvetica. Making a 'perfect' typeface slightly imperfect. I see this as clear information being distorted, changed and manipulated by digital technological means. Once a handmade typeface is digitally corrupted. I'm going to experiment with this, maybe create a typeface around this. It even could be made into the project's main logo/title.
London by Antonio Rodrigues Jr, via Behance I like this typography because it looks classy and vintage. It reminds me of a type you would see on an old time black and white movie. It gives more depth to the letters by having the extra lines in the them. Its simple but bold at the same time.
An very unique and personal typeface, a very distinct personality, feeling at points almost distorted and warped yet having a sense of refinement. Found at: http://www.behance.net/gallery/Futuracha-the-font-free/5786587