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The Typography of Black Mirror What is it?

Logo y tipografía de Black Mirror.

There is one series that has undoubtedly captured the attention of many for its unique and sometimes disturbing approach to technology and the future. Each episode is a stand-alone story, exploring the dark corners of innovation and human impact, often leaving us with profound reflections on our society. This series is known for its unusual approach to storytelling, which changes with each episode, but what is also fascinating is its visual identity, especially its typography, which is an essential part of its brand identity.

Speaking of the typography of this series, which is none other than Black Mirror, it is interesting to see how it aligns with the overall theme of the series. The typography used in the logo and episode titles is simple, modern and somewhat minimalistic, which perfectly reflects the nature of the series. It’s called “Proxima Nova Bold“, a fairly popular choice, but here’s where it gets interesting.

La tipografía de Black Mirror, la serie.

Proxima Nova Bold is a paid typeface and therefore not available for free. But there are free alternatives of similar typefaces that you can download to use in your personal and commercial projects. In this case we recommend the font Atkinson Hyperlegigle, available for free on Google Fonts under the Open Font Licence.

Note that the typeface does not have the broken effect. That is an effect made by graphic designers, although it is relatively easy to replicate if you want to create a similar logo.

If you like fonts and graphic design, in our TV series fonts section you can find inspiration for your projects.


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