Published: 27th October, 2015
Last edited: 27th October, 2015
Created: 21st October, 2015
A type face for the Zenozian language, in this version S=sh T=th C,c=ch Z=zh and X,x= oo A=/e/ E=/i/ O=/o/ I=/ai/ and U=/uo/. I will make a font like this to write in English as well, but if you use this one for English and you can read the actual writing.
Published: 26th October, 2014
Last edited: 26th October, 2014
Created: 12th October, 2014
Initially contemplating the concept of fluidity, looking at handwritten brush types, lead me to the idea of continuity and landed me with the category of 'continuous.' The central influence leading me to this final typeface was a Social Network diagram, where lines meet seemingly infinitely. The final product ended in a decorative, kinetic font with the use of negative space to create the emerging letters. With the typeface being difficult to read on first inspection, and the overall look of the font makes its uses limited, however I feel it could be successful in many event posters/leaflets etc.
Published: 1st December, 2013
Last edited: 2nd December, 2013
Created: 30th November, 2013
This font was created with the intent to simulate some liquid ink on a paper, and writing it down with a brush.
Published: 3rd November, 2012
Last edited: 3rd November, 2012
Created: 2nd November, 2012
The uzrolei word (for me) stands for 70% complexity and 30% simplicity. Just memorize all of them and you'll get handle on reading it.
-Asterisk still not created
-be sure to use caps lock this font does not use small letters, turn your caps lock.
-i will make small letters soon
-i'll update it as i can
Published: 29th October, 2012
Last edited: 29th October, 2012
Created: 23rd October, 2012
a typeface centred around the key theme/word 'shadow'. I started looking at how the time of day effected the shape and the size of the subsequent shadow cast. However, I then moved onto the ideas of bevels and a more subtle shadow effect created by raised centres of the letterforms. The 'impossible triangle' effect came from a idea that was brought up in a critique about 'extending it and making it really elaborate'. The name is chosen because I think that typefaces should have friendly names.
Published: 8th November, 2010
Last edited: 8th November, 2010
Created: 20th October, 2010
I created 'Miss Havisham' as a branch off from the word 'Ornate'. This was designed during the first term of my Graphic Design degree at UWE Bristol. I began thinking about decorative work, and delicate materials such as lace, and silk. This then began to make me think of wedding dresses, and book characters, such as 'Miss Havisham' from the Charles Dickens novel Great Expectations. I then began to look into her character in detail, and thought of her bitterness, as well as her heartbreak and femininity. I began after that, to think of her in a type, and created this type face. I can now see it being used in brochures, and fashion posters.
Published: 3rd August, 2010
Last edited: 3rd August, 2010
Created: 1st August, 2010
A normal font with a shadow behind it in the same color. Great for headings and titles. This font only includes letters and numbers - no punctuation or symbols included.