Published: 5th March, 2010
Last edited: 8th March, 2010
Created: 5th March, 2010
"Minima Mono" is a monospaced sans-serif pixel font. Each alphanumeric or symbolic glyph can fit inside of a 3x3 pixel bitmap. This is personalized, so feel free to clone and make modifications where you see fit. As a caveat, due to size limitations, some may be difficult to distinguish from others and some may be difficult to recognize at all. Additionally, due to size limitations, a large number of symbols have no glyphs. Therefore, this font is highly recommended for stylistic purposes only.
Published: 18th August, 2009
Last edited: 19th August, 2009
Created: 15th August, 2009
Version 2.2 has improvements to the capital o and q as well as the dollar sign.
Version 2.1 has more Latin characters and more punctuation. Also, there are a few modifications to character widths. The old letter designs were almost monospaced. The new varied widths should help with character recognition even at smaller sizes.
This is a FontStruct version of the type I designed for my identity. This translation seemed like a logical one. My original concerns for my identity type were modularity, proportion and weight. These characteristics make both the inspiration and its FontStruct cousin perfect for bold headlines and being extruded in 3D.
Stay tuned for further updates.This is a clone
Published: 8th August, 2009
Last edited: 2nd October, 2009
Created: 3rd August, 2009
Don´t trust the preview, take a look at the Example! Dedicated to the marvellous DJ Shadow. This is another contemporary Display-Font I created using the Brick-Size-Filters (adjusted at 1.75). It´s not a 3D-Font, or a puzzle or a construction plan, but I think it´s a very consistent typeface:-) Hope you like it, please write a comment if you have any suggestions. More letters to come.
Published: 27th February, 2017
Last edited: 27th November, 2011
Created: 19th October, 2011
I am a first year student at the University of the West of England, and our first assignment was to create a font based around a chosen word, mine being repetition. My research involved searching the city of Bristol for any signs of repeated patterns, and as I found, pattern is everywhere. I developed my findings into this bold and detailed font.