Published: 14th September, 2012
Last edited: 9th July, 2013
Created: 31st August, 2012
This one has been called Nova. That is simply due to the fact that the letters A, N, O, and V were the first that I tried out when starting this typeface.
Published: 1st September, 2012
Last edited: 2nd September, 2012
Created: 1st September, 2012
The second of a series
dm Informe is a highly clean, modern, and technical face that is good for paragraphs or headers with a spreadsheet/tech feel.This is a clone of dm Informe 00
Published: 15th August, 2012
Last edited: 13th August, 2012
Created: 1st February, 2012
The large, rounded corners are the standard macaroni bricks.
The tight, rounded corners are made of several several composites and stacked brick combinations. This allows a curve that flows straight into an angle (1:4 in this case).
I did not discover this "smooth tight curve to angle" trick. I stole it from Geneus1...thanks!
Published: 21st June, 2012
Last edited: 20th June, 2012
Created: 15th June, 2012
Concept inspired by the Budmo Family by Ray Larabie (http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/larabie/budmo/), old wine bottles, nineteenth century sideshows/circuses, and Las Vegas.
Published: 17th May, 2012
Last edited: 17th May, 2012
Created: 11th August, 2011
Inspired by, but ended up nowhere near like, the title card font for Ballykissangel. Capitals have ascenders/descenders, lower case is the same set of capitals but without those (since they don't look great in certain alignments), mix and match for the best visual effect.
Published: 9th May, 2012
Last edited: 10th May, 2012
Created: 8th May, 2012
Attempt at a font that mixes triangular and rectangular glyphs. Some words don't look too great in it but on the whole I'm pleased with the result!