This font was created around the theme word 'unstable'. One definition of unstable is 'prone to psychiatric problems or sudden changes of mood', for which many people have to take medication. I created this font out of pills (medication) to symbolise the theme. It is intended to be used to raise awareness of the fact that 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year.
In this typeface I have tried to represent a noise without using soundwaves.
Based on the word Thunderous, this font represents a storm. The pointy edges of the letters and their disformed shape are supposed to represent the loud and violent noise made by thunder. As there are three diffrent phases in a storm, loud, light and calm, I tried to represent those three states by combining diffrent letterforms to make it looks even more like a storm.
The font is designed for attention grabbing headers.
There are 3 other versions of this font: Thunderstorm, ThunderStorm Inverse and ThunderStorm Black.
This typeface design is a edited version of Pharoan Ultra Bold as it was heavy and bold which gave me more to do with it, the theme of the type is destruction.
I wanted to merge both Deconstructivism and Glitch Art into my typeface. By finalizing my idea I looked at how letters could be morphed by being pulled and pushed, what would it look like if the letter was to be dropped what shapes it could form - instead of taking parts away from it.
My theme was messy. I began looking into paint and the effect it can give when the ink runs out towards the end of the stroke. This led me to looking into graffiti and the 'messy' appearance it can give a place. I took photographs on my way home from Arnolfini of any typographic graffiti I came across and I traced the ones I was fond of. I particularly liked this one that had drips at a slight angle as it was written on a slant so I reproduced my own interpretation of it.
Working with the theme 'destructive', I have investigated how eating unhealthy food can cause plaque build up and lead to tooth decay. The detail and shading on the letters represent the erosion of a tooth when it starts to decay. The font would be used for more decrative purposes but could also be used in add campaigns that warn the genral public of tooth decay. Due to the font being eroded its self it would reflect the information in the add and could even go as far as sublininally sending a message to the veiwer a warning that their teeth could end up looing like this font.
A font that uses a simple diagonal line technique to give the illusion of depth. All letters are confined within monospaced parallelograms, just for fun.
A font for my friend's conlang called Anachek. Anachek uses a syllabary of 23 consonants and 5 vowels called porodowixme (/pɔrɔdɔʍiχmɜ/) for a total of 93 characters and 22 diacritics. This font also includes the number system, which is base 12. This should be the most complete font including all punctuation and numbers, and some math operations.
punctuation system might undergo changes because we are still working on the conworldThis is a clone
Chunky decorative basic set of useful glyphs. It has the same width as the other Changle fonts so it can be used with them for more visual impact. Changle consists of UC letters only, on the LC position are the UC with the thick vertical on the right.
I started this typeface out with the letter 'a', and from there slowly build up the other glyphs and came to realise it looks like a festive type. It's most likely due to the terminals being very angular and sharp, and that thought strengthens ever more so after I tried using it in Adobe Illustrator.