You know the Jurassic Park logo. It was one of the best films to come out of the '90s and it's logo was used to label everything inside the movie's theme park. It was later used again and altered a bit for the film sequels but did you know how it came about?
The typeface was the work of Doug Olena who didn't originally make it for the film at all. He called it FFD Neuland Inline (it's still called that) after getting into font making in the early '90s just as a creative outlet for himself. Pretty neat little tidbit of movie trivia. I'll try to remember this one!