Published: 4th June, 2009
Last edited: 1st July, 2009
Created: 25th May, 2009
type originally used to sign Aveiro's street names, in particularly, "Largo da Estação" - the train station square. It's part of a Typography project of the Design class from Aveiro's University.
Published: 24th June, 2009
Last edited: 26th July, 2009
Created: 7th September, 2008
Clone of WPA Gothic Deco.
Aligned all crossbars (on letters).
Couldn't figure out how to do this on 9 and 6 without making them unreadable.This is a clone of WPA Gothic Deco
Published: 26th May, 2010
Last edited: 11th December, 2014
Created: 25th May, 2010
052610. Another quick experiment with thin bricks. 1920's Broadway feel.
121114. Revisited the curves and smoothed out everything using subtle nudges.
Published: 21st June, 2011
Last edited: 21st June, 2011
Created: 16th June, 2011
A simple art-deco-style font, alternate glyphs at the lower case slot.
-For the glory of God
Published: 23rd November, 2011
Last edited: 23rd November, 2011
Created: 9th April, 2011
An Art-Deco-inspired fontstruction I created in April. Not sure why I never published it, but here it is!
EDIT: Three seconds after hitting "Save Changes" I thought of the perfect name for this one. I've updated the name.
There's also an alternate 'a' and 'g' available in the IPA area.
Published: 14th February, 2012
Last edited: 10th March, 2014
Created: 14th February, 2012
Since we’ve been so involved with page design and layout with large amounts of body text in both Type I and II, drop caps are on my mind... gorgeous, dramatic drop caps with lots of impact and contrast. So, I created a typeface that could provide me with the ultimate condensed drop cap, with great contrast between the thick and thin strokes. It’s a little bit reminiscent of the logo for the Dessau Bauhaus, which is, frankly, a happy accident. The name is just for fun. Whenever you don’t know what to call something, just add “o-rama” to the end and it will immediately be funny.
Published: 9th July, 2013
Last edited: 8th July, 2013
Created: 25th March, 2013
I started this in march this year. I was just stoked about some work of thalamic (i don`t know which font it was, tho), so i began fontstructing this about half the height, i think. While doing that i stumbled upon old stuff like posters from the early 30ies. Somehow all this mixed up in my mind, just to explain why it`s called histamic. Apparently in progress, like always!
Come on, it`s free :)
Published: 16th October, 2014
Last edited: 1st April, 2019
Created: 25th September, 2014
A year ago I made the font Peach, and now I have remade the font, this time with Uppercase, matching numbers and punctuation. Please enjoy!This is a clone