Dutch artist Varun Vachhar created this neat "consolefont" poster for a graphic design assignment at the Royal Academy of Art's Interactive/ Media/ Design program.

It isn't perfect -- the PS3 Boomerang seems out of place, the N64 controller is used much too often, and Vachhar hopes someone will suggest better ideas for the "G" and "5" -- but there are some creative controller uses, like the Virtual Boy "M", the Atari joystick "Q", and Wii Nunchuk "R".

You can the rest of the consolefont alphabet, numbers, and punctuation marks after the break. Vachhar still needs to release this as an actual typeface we can install on our computers, though!