What is the AT Move Powerplay font?
POWERPLAY a monospace lowercase alphabet with a 3D twist. Designed by André Toet in 1976 (during his study at Central School of Art & Design, London, UK) and he redesigned this in 2011. The name Powerplay is based on the Battersea Power Station, London. The remarkable architecture of the building is also used as a decor for films and for one of the covers by Pink Floyd (Animals, the flying pig). Concept/Art Direction/ Design: André Toet © 2017
AT Move Powerplay Font families
The AT Move Powerplay includes the following font families:
AT Move Powerplay Preview
Here is a preview of how AT Move Powerplay will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.
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