Technoshlock is a typographic revision of the early 1970s, and of a social conflict which still affects us today. It was a time for ecological movements, calls for tech-criticism and simpler lifestyles. It also saw the rise of advanced technology – meaning the computer chip, automation and software reliance was taking hold.
Therefore, Technoshlock has two sides: “techno” and “shlock”, shlock being a nonsense word describing a general anti, a sillines, or social irony.
Technoshlock is a variable and fully functional typeface.