Inspired by grotesk sans serif fonts made between the 1830s and 1960s. Also inspired by Bebas Neue. This font's name comes from the German word "anzeig", meaning "display". What characters/character sets should I do next?
Part of a series of fonts called Italian Farm. The name comes from the fact all the fonts' names are Italian words for farm animal species names.
This is inspired by Rotis, a 1988 typeface designed by German designer Otl Aicher, who also designed pictograms for the 1974 Munich Olympics.
Capitals only. Working on numbers, lowercase, and punctuation.
Only upper-case, lower-case and numbers are available. I will do punctuation later.
Horizontal brick size: 1.7
Vertical brick size: 1
Horizontal grid scale: 0.588 (the result of 1 divided by the H brick size, 1.7)
Vertical grid scale: 1
Any other characters you want me to add?
Inspired by the grotesque typefaces of the late 19th century to mid 20th century.
Inspired also partially by the 1962-1977 Sainsbury's (a supermarket in the UK founded in 1869) product container designs
This typeface's name comes from the Latin name for the city of Berlin in Germany, Berolini.
Based off the font on Gary Numan's 1979 albums, Cars and The Pleasure Principle. I learned just now it's called Aquarius, a little font designed in 1972.