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WALL•E “GALAX•E” Font

David Occhino from David Occhino Design has created a WALL•E inspired font, called GALAX•E that is available for purchase from his website for $20 USD.

GALAX•E is a bold, futuristic font that combines straight angles and rounded edges for an advanced, technological look. A unique feature of this all-caps font is that the capital letters are centered within a circle. Version 2.0 adds lowercase letters and a new version, "Circled." This font was inspired by the lettering from Pixar’s animated movie "WALL•E" with additional characters created and digitized by David Occhino.

David also creates many other professional fonts, including others inspired by famous movies that are available for purchase. Check them out here.

0 Responses to WALL•E “GALAX•E” Font

  1. Netbug009 says:

    Darn. It costs moolah. I wonder if any fan will work on a free font tha’s similar at some point.

    Still cool tho.

  2. Why make an $20 “inspired” version of this font when you can have one for free at Dafont ?
    http://www.dafont.com/fr/font.php?file=gunship
    The lowercase letters are just the same as the titles from the movie…

  3. davido says:

    The Gunship font differs from Galax-E in several ways: 1) Gunship does not include true lowercase letters, 2) lowercase b,g, j, k, q, r, z are different even though they are small caps, 3) the capital letters are different, especially B, D, E, F, G, I, J, K, P, Q, and R, and 4) many punctuation and additional symbols are either missing or not designed quite right.

    I hope this list helps in comparing the two fonts. If Gunship will do the job for you, that’s great. If you need more than what Gunship can offer, I hope you’ll consider Galax-E.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Can anyone tell me what is the font used in the “Now Playing” tags on WALL-E posters? I would apreciate! 🙂

    Manuel Reis

  5. Anonymous says:

    The WALLE font is NOT unique go to the http://www.mitutoyo.com/ (precision machine tools manufacturer). THey have been using that font on their digimatic calipers and other tools. Look for “MeasureLink”

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