Published: 21st January, 2015
Last edited: 25th January, 2015
Created: 14th January, 2015
The new bricks inspired me with their more flowing contour. Ideal for decoration, I saw them as small waves.
Published: 1st November, 2013
Last edited: 1st November, 2013
Created: 29th October, 2013
I created this font based on the word ‘loud’. I researched sound waves and visual interpretations of sound which led me into development of an Equalizer styled Font.
Published: 27th May, 2013
Last edited: 27th July, 2013
Created: 27th May, 2013
A swarthy and stout decorative script of humble origins. Gaze fixed on the far horizon, he readies himself to cast fortune on the seven seas. Every pirate has their beginnings somewhere...This is a clone
Published: 6th May, 2013
Last edited: 11th May, 2013
Created: 6th May, 2013
Best in large scale. Alternates: @ single storey a; \ long f; & single storey g; | straight i; ] straight j; I straight l; + straight t; $ alternate S
Published: 24th November, 2011
Last edited: 28th November, 2011
Created: 19th November, 2011
Font created for a project at UWE, my key word was "LOUD" . I used the idea to create the illusion of the type, I recorded myself saying pronouncing each letter then used the shape of the soundwave generated to create the form, each letter is different and is like a cutout held in front of an image of that letters soundwave.
Published: 25th October, 2011
Last edited: 23rd November, 2011
Created: 23rd October, 2011
As part of a project for my graphic design course at UWE, our brief was to create a typeface based on a theme. I chose vibration as my theme as I explored my theme I was drawn to line graphs which help record the frequency of sounds. I wanted my typeface to resemble this like it was on an ECG monitor. I also looked at John Skelton’s pinpression typeface which truly inspired my font, having continuous lines connecting all of the characters was very important and finding his work showed me that it was possible. This is my first attempt at creating a typeface and there are still alterations that need to be done.
Published: 7th February, 2009
Last edited: 19th December, 2010
Created: 7th January, 2009
See ⊥he la⊥es⊥ version here: http://openfontlibrary.org/en/font/vegesignes According to audio waves and curves principles, open letters and numbers, most are only one line pen writeable per character, with no strokes, and under-based "⊥" is submi⊥⊥ed unders⊥ood, no cu⊥⊥ing s⊥rokes, no s⊥ucked do⊥s above i and j, s⊥ucked accen⊥s, all unlocked. ⊥hese glyphs represen⊥s wha⊥ ⊥he ears are lis⊥ening ⊥o (hearing ⊥ympan and nerves impulses as profile view), and are no⊥ any drawings for your eyes.