I had a CRT screen sitting on my desk for a long time collecting dust. I could connect my laptop to it using an HDMI-to-RCA adaptor, but the connection was unstable. That instability is the basis of this font, Sylvania, which is named after the CRT’s manufacturer.

For Sylvania, I recreated the in-unit pixel font (i.e. the one used on settings screens). Then, I displayed the letters on the CRT screen and distorted the connection by jiggling the cables around. I recorded this footage with an external camera, and created individual videos for each letter. This site lets you type out those individual videos.

Credit: Gabriel Drozdov
License: Open Font License

Download the code for this specimen on GitHub
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