I Love Eurostile

Bio: After graduating with an Industrial Design BFA at MessArt, I brought my talents to Hollywood. Now I’m a big time movie producer. I brand every movie I produce with Eurostile (or Bank Gothic). Everything I touch turns to gold. Why the love?
  Because Eurostile is fucking awesome, duh! I use it in everything. Logos, posters, presentation boards, websites, mobile apps, etc. It’s perfect for everything, especially for high tech and sci-fi shit. I just love the squarish letters with rounded corners. Who doesn’t love rounded corners? Modern design trends definitely took inspiration from Eurostile. With this perfect font, I don’t need any of them graphic design bullshitters. I can design everything on my own and they will turn out just perfect. Exhibit A, you’re looking at it. Everything a graphic designer can do, I can do better…with Eurostile. Wikipedia:
  Eurostile (sometimes misspelled as Eurostyle) is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Aldo Novarese in 1962. Novarese originally made Eurostile for one of the best-known Italian foundries, Nebiolo, in Turin. Eurostile was developed, because although the similar Microgramma came with a variety of weights, it had only upper-case letters. A decade after the creation of Microgramma, Novarese remedied this with the creation of Eurostile, which added lower-case letters, a bold condensed variant and an ultra narrow design called Eurostile Compact, for a total of seven fonts.