by juliannicole

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.

It’s an exclamation. A convergence of retro styles coming together to form an innovative, modern look. Art Deco meets the twenty-first century.


Comment by juliannicole 10th april 2010
I'm completely fond of this font. Perfectly crafted, original and at the same time strangely familiar. Art Deco of the 20s meets the computerstyle of the 70s.
Excellent work.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 10th april 2010
Thanks neurone error for your comment! This was my first fonstruct. My inspiration was definitely art deco in the beginning and then it sort of morphed into the style it is now.
Comment by juliannicole 10th april 2010
You're welcome. I know what you mean, I've been there. Sometimes you begin in a certain direction, and then your creation seems to tell you : hey hey, not so simple, dig a little more ! and digging you find a more subtle and generally more interesting way that the first was hiding. Exciting is n't it ?
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 10th april 2010
What a great first font, balanced and airy - welcome to FS :)

As always I must add that I am not a fan of the swastica Xx. I know time has passed (and that it was used by far earlier cultures), but it remains something that always causes me unease.
Comment by p2pnut 11th april 2010
Wow THANK YOU SO Much for your comment p2pnut...I had no idea how much that actually resembled a swastika. It was hard for me to come up with a design for the X..do you have a suggestion to help me?
Comment by juliannicole 11th april 2010
Hmmmm ... me and my big mouth :) Given the square design of this font, I can see that it is extremely difficult to avoid the swastika X. Here are a few ideas that might hint at reducing the swastika effect a wee bit.
Comment by p2pnut 12th april 2010
@p2Pnuts : I like very much your third solution of alternate X, pure equilibrium, the 3 others don't fit, I think. What do you think, Julia ?
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 12th april 2010
I like the 3rd solution as well neuorone error. Thanks for the ideas p2Pnuts, when I get the chance I am going to try it out and make some changes :)
Comment by juliannicole 12th april 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Jinkies” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 14th april 2010
I have downloaded this and are using it constantly
Comment by Danielt977 15th april 2010
Thanks Danielt977, glad you like to use it :)
Comment by juliannicole 16th april 2010
Very nice work Bravo! love Art Deco

I agree for the X, definitively the 3rd solution is my preference.
For me I'm not quite sure about the Zz I did'nt try it in a text, but If you plan to split the Xx I suggest to split the Zz as well so you'll have 3 glyphs witch are split in two... the S, X and Z.
"3" in design is nice ;)

The design of Zz could be very close to the number 2

But no matter a split Z or not the font is very nice ;)
good work again
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 6th may 2010

Also of Interest


Get the world’s leading font editor for OSX.

More from the Gallery

Top Heavyby juliannicole
Jinkiesby juliannicole
Dawn Chorusby four
kleurby four
STF_NEUE ISAIAH (Pro)by Sed4tives
Apple Coreby elzero

From the Blog


Gridfolk: Interview with Zephram


Heavy Competition Results


Heavy Competition


Gridfolk: Interview with Jiri Novak