Published: 28th August, 2015
Last edited: 3rd March, 2016
Created: 25th July, 2015
A work in progress. Quite simply a pixel modern roman typeface. The yogh (ȝ) I have designed as a mix between x and g. I thought of it as a latin letter gamma (ɣ) to distinguish it from the greek letter gamma (γ), but maybe it would do better as an insular g (ᵹ). What do you think?
I have gone with a classic seriffed look for the greek letters. I have looked a lot at Times New Roman to see the stress of the different characters. Do my solutions work?
Oh, and about the name: "Sprogreolen" is Danish for 'The Language Shelves', the pun being that "Bogreolen" would be 'The Bookcase' or 'The Book Shelves'.
Published: 18th July, 2015
Last edited: 18th July, 2015
Created: 17th July, 2015
Still a work in progress, but obviously it has to be released today.
There were lots of failures in attempting this one. This version was the best rendition thus far.
The preview looks best set below 75%.
Published: 25th June, 2015
Last edited: 26th June, 2015
Created: 18th June, 2015
I got the idea from the circle blocks. The smaller the circle, the more the font has a look that it's vanishing at the top.
Published: 28th April, 2015
Last edited: 27th April, 2015
Created: 31st March, 2015
Beauty from imperfection...
Using the "nudge" tool, I tried to make a dot matrix font where it looks like the print-head was damaged and the pins were consistently mis-aligned. Using a spreadsheet to help randomize the dot positions from center ( U/D/L/R ), the resulting effect looks merely "OK" on the screen; it's just not as subtle as I had hoped...
But you know what? I printed a couple of pages of text using this TTF font at 12-pt, and it seems to have a more 'natural' and 'authentic' look than dots that are perfectly aligned! So, I consider this one a success, and I hope you do, too. ;^)
Published: 16th March, 2015
Last edited: 14th April, 2015
Created: 11th March, 2015
I wanted to create a light serif typeface that is clear and readable and at the same time sort of elegant. Don't know whether I did all this, really...
Published: 19th February, 2015
Last edited: 21st February, 2015
Created: 1st February, 2015
Hard kerning in this one, you see! But it's my continuous battle with fonts like this (two bricks x-height, filters 2:2). A lot of alternates in the lower case to improve the kern. Fontstructing.
Published: 12th February, 2015
Last edited: 15th January, 2015
Created: 28th November, 2014
Really excited to be able to share this fontstruction, as it was developed as the display font for a group exhibition in Dublin's Temple Bar Gallery + Studios. A kerned version (slightly tweaked using Glyphs) can be downloaded for free through the gallery website.
Published: 24th October, 2014
Last edited: 24th October, 2014
Created: 15th June, 2013
Filters: 1.5 2 1.25 1
Close enough to real squares and circles (!), but it appears that would be 1.5 2 1.3 1
October 24: adjusted letters and letter spacing (to be consistent with the interior of the letters... I think)
Published: 23rd June, 2014
Last edited: 23rd June, 2014
Created: 23rd June, 2014
Clone of fs pixalic. Uppercase looked a little light and I fixed some letters I didn't really like.This is a clone of fs pixalic