Introducing Thunderbrother - all caps bold sans-serif typeface family which includes regular & grunge textured versions. Fonts inspired by old vintage logotypes and made primarily for secondary texts in logos.
How, in my opinion, to optimally use this font:
- Small tutorial how easy it is to create a vintage logo you can see in the second and third previews. In the writing of the secondary text via these fonts, I believe it is better to set the letter spacing more. Then the text looks beautiful and organic.
- However, Thunderbother is great for massive headings. Here the letter spacing is not significant. You can make it bigger, as in the third preview in the "Scotch" word, but tightly-located letters also look organically and adequately.
- Thunderbrother Textured will look best on a large scale. Light grunge texture is not particularly noticeable in small sizes. Vintage typography design eager to try out the grunge version of this font. ;)
- Some stroke to clean version of Thunderbrother (like on main preview) can add a touch of freshness to your design.