Published: 23rd January, 2014
Last edited: 23rd January, 2014
Created: 7th April, 2013
I want to mix a gothic font with an actual gothic inspired style. I wanted to keep a fix width and very precise geometry. I like the play in variation of the character baselines as well as the difference between the X and Cap heights.
I love the aesthetics of industrial signage and fix width fonts that are constructed out of their physical functionality.This is a clone
Published: 20th March, 2012
Last edited: 20th March, 2012
Created: 14th March, 2012
The title has nothing to do with the Adventures of Tintin, just liked the ring of it. Anyhoo, straight out font, nothing very special.
Published: 27th October, 2015
Last edited: 18th November, 2015
Created: 26th October, 2015
Starting with just the theme of continuous, I created this typeface. I took inspiration from pieces of string and the video game snake. After some physical experiments, a lot of doodles and combing elements from different source, Continue was the outcome.
This typeface had the potential to look like a bad design and ridiculous in a lot of places typefaces are used. However if the typeface connects to the purpose of its use, I feel it would be very powerful. For example, if used for branding, it has a unique look to it, which is rememberable.
Although legible at both a large and small scale, I wish to continue Continue to a lower case set as i believe this will compliment the upper case letters better.