Spanish graphic designer and illustrator Gustave Veiga developed this vivid soccer-themed typeface just in time for the World Cup games. Veiga designed the letters of the English alphabet to look like soccer players duking it out on the field.
Veiga created this soccer typeface in honor of a project known as '36 Day.' Each letter varies in shape, color and form depending on which letters best resemble certain soccer poses. For example, the letter C is a goalie diving to save the ball and the letter P is a soccer player holding the ball under his arm. All the letters creatively personify various emotions through a cartoonish design. The vibrant color scheme of this typeface makes this letters incredibly appealing to look at.
Veiga's typeface includes all the numbers and 26 letters of the alphabet.