Future Shock Font

About Future Shock Font

Future Shock is a 1970 book written by American futurist Alvin Toffler. The book is the first one in the trilogy, followed by The Third Wave (1980) and Powershift (1990).

The main font used on the book cover looks like a then-futuristic typeface named Amelia designed by Stanley Davis in 1965, though the letterforms on the cover appear more condensed and angular. If you want to recreate the title, you can use Ray Larabie’s Permanence, which was created in 2012 based on the book title lettering.

Set in Permanence Font

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