This Wild Earth

by hwebb

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I created this typeface around the theme of gregarious, focusing on gregarious plants. I started with drawing the letterforms in ink using a rolled up leaf. The results were twig-like marks which reminded me of the illustrations from 'A Monster Calls' so I developed the letters thinking how they could work alongside this or another story. The name 'This Wild Earth' is taken from the book and I think reflects the scratchy and bold feel of the typeface.

Info: Created on Sun, 29th October . Last edited on Sun, 3rd December.
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Very nice. I can picture it on a book cover or poster right now :)

(The space character could be wider.)

Comment by Umbreon126 Sat, 25th November
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “This Wild Earth” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Mon, 27th November

i wish u can make lowwer-case too

Comment by JingYo Mon, 27th November

A brilliant hand drawn look; your description is good, it helps to  understand the appearance.To me the font seems made with ink and hedge cuttings that bend in different directions. Congratulations on the TP.

Comment by Aeolien Mon, 27th November


Comment by MissCynthia Tue, 5th December

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