Afrobeat II

Share:
by Magic Sam
Cloned from Afrobeat Regular by Magic Sam.

Download disabled

The designer of this FontStruction has chosen not to make it available for download from this website by choosing an “All Rights Reserved" license.

Please respect their decision and desist from requesting license changes in the comments.

If you would like to use the FontStruction for a specific project, you may be able to contact the designer directly about obtaining a license.

Clone of Afrobeat Regular. Same lc as Afrobeat Regular, but with small caps and small numbers. You have many different possibilities to combine the letters, take a close look at the example. Looks smoother and more balanced to me. What do you think? More glyphs to come. *=alt.l, #=alt.t, %=alt.f
Info: Created on 2nd October 2009 . Last edited on 3rd October 2009.
License Creative Commons
Categories:
Sets:
Tags:
Fave Tags:
  • -

10 Comments

Work in progress.
Comment by Magic Sam 2nd October 2009
Wow. This looks real funky. Looking forward to full release.
Comment by El Huesudo II 2nd October 2009
I want to hop on board this soul train. Fela be the conductor and Tony Allen keeps the train chuggin' along. Two suggestions: 1) include an alt double-decker-two-stories-of-funk lowercase 'g' and rename this FS to Super Afrobeat.
Comment by afrojet 3rd October 2009
Very cool demo pic.
Comment by Frodo7 3rd October 2009
The hardest working font in show business.
Comment by sebastianberns 4th October 2009
Damn, that's good.
Comment by p2pnut 4th October 2009
@all: thanx a lot!
@afrojet: Maybe I´ll do the double decker...let´s wait & see ;-)
But I´m already working on the next member of the Afrobeat family...
Comment by Magic Sam 7th October 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Afrobeat II” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 7th October 2009
Reminds me of a font that was used in demos (as in demoscene) in the early 90s.
Comment by Registrationfordownload 7th October 2009
this makes us brothas from dif'rent mothas!
My men Sam pouring his sugar magic with the dopest ascendants'n descenders in da hood! Word!
Comment by cayo 8th October 2009

Also of Interest

More from the Gallery

Afroblackby Magic Sam
Apolloby Magic Sam
Serpentineby Magic Sam
Afrobeat Regularby Magic Sam
db Fliegerby beate
fs lostby ETHproductions
STF_MR BOB DOUBALINAby Sed4tives
Kitaraby architaraz

From the Blog

News

New Bricks: Square Connectors

News

The Video Game Font Preservation Society

News

FontStruct goes open source!

News

New Bricks: Half Arcs