Codex Terribilis

by Morphëunox

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Codex Terribilis draws inspiration from handwritten manuscripts and codices with some complementary symbols (alchemical, zodiac signs, etc).

Uppercase and lowercase letters interact in playful and sometimes unexpected ways. For that I had to omit bits of the uppercase D, H, M, and Z. These can be added back by typing, respectively: ); |; |; and \.

I've done a lot of kerning already but it feels endless so I've given up ever finishing.

pour Bérénice, joyeux anniversaire :)


Nice stylised capitals! Love how you've crafted them to look like logotypes. I enjoy the experimental, grungy, tightly-spaced idea you've got going on here.

Comment by faux_icing Mon, 13th november

@faux_icing thank you!

Comment by Morphëunox Sat, 18th november

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