The American type designer and illustrator Louis Lemoine developed the Spacera typeface in 2002 for Monotype GmbH, which went by the name Linotype until 2013. This typeface belongs to a collection of 182 experimental modern fonts suitable for futuristic uses.
Lemoine found his inspiration at the beginning of the 1990s while working on the concept for the design of a science fiction attraction at the Euro Disneyland amusement park: The Star Tours film simulator that had opened there some years before was based on the popular Star Wars films from George Lucas. The squarish forms and angular serifs recall the pop-culture reproductions of spaceship architecture. Another unmistakable characteristic of the typeface is the square points in the interior spaces (counters) of the capital letters C, D, O and Q. Linotype Spacera is primarily used for poster printing.