This is a reproduction of pixels generated by the alphabet coded in Design By Numbers by Peter Cho and presented in Maeda's DBN book.
The original alphabet contained only 26 letters (there was an alternative X command and commented out code that hints there might have been an alternative M). Numbers and other gliphs were invented by me.
Interstellar is a result of expirementing with letter-buliding. It is named Interstellar because the serifs of the letters resemble stars. The geometric tone of each letter further captures the essence of stars and outerspace in general. The type from I Dream of Jeanie, and traditional Hebrew letterforms are the two main insprirations of creating Interstellar. Interstellar is a stylish, futuristic, and simplistic font that is perfect for giving more complexity to any picture, poster, booklet, blog, or anything else a designer wants to strive for the stars for.
This typeface was concevied two years ago and later shelved. Thought that it was still worth finishing so here it is. It's another take on the square dot matrix style that I did with the MinSha typeface back in 2010.
1.More letters and symbols
1.I fixed a lot of letters to make more perfect! :
Letter fixed: e, n, V, v, N, number 0, z, x, @, s and k.
1.I fixed more letters to make more easiest to read!
Letter fixed: K, N, R,V, X, Z, g, k, v, z, ?, ¿, $, (, ), <,>,^ ,<<, >> and @.
2. I added 3 glyphs: `, broke line and paragraph.
A Designer's font with decorative tiles instead of letters as we know them. I think they'd make nice borders. Lord Quadretto has a sample of a frame.
This is a font I made that's inspired by the minuscule form of the insular script used by the Anglo-Saxons in Medieval England. It includes the special medieval characters "æ" (ash), "þ" (thorn), "ð" (Eth) and "ƿ" (Wynn) as the letter "w". Happy typing! :D