A rigid all-caps font, display/signage style. No curved shapes - I wanted something in the same spirit as "ITC Machine" (Designed by R Bonder and T Carnase in 1970). Thus with a little less compact approach, making it more versatile. Zoomed out, It’s like an edgy, bold and slightly condensed neo-grotesque.
(This fontstruction may be part of a client project, therefore it is fully licenced - at the moment. Hopefully I´ll make it downloadable under the fontstruct licence.)
Font based on given theme of Rebirth- Playing with idea of reconstruction of objects into new purpose. Letters combinations of objects were randomly generted to play into the rough, hand crafted aesthetic.
SG Future is a futuristic display font meant for corporate logos.
"it's like goth but also classy" - a friend
This is the updated version of the Invertory font.
- Fixed the world's worst quotation marks
- Added More Latin
- Glyphs: 212
- Version: The Invertory Font, update 2
- Permissions: You can use this font anywhere you like!
- License: Open Font LicenseThis is a clone
This font was inspired by the mondern science fiction genre of movies, books, and magazines. "Ostry" means Sharp in Polish. Use this unicase font for display type, such as movies, magazines, and posters.
Something simplistic I quickly threw together.
A hexagonal font for basic latin and some punctuation.
A righteous, chunky font that was totally inspired by the 80's and all those righteous arcarde games! Make your designs most triumphant with Arcade.
Future Retro is a geometric typeface that has an implied roundness. The shape and contrast within each letter invokes a retro and a futuristic feeling at the same time. Future Retro is a sans serif display typeface with clear readability. Future Retro is great for large scale type in posters, signage, merchandise, headlines, titles, etc.
A display font inspired by brutalist architecture and 3D concrete forms in built up city centres. Designed to give a sense of scale and weight.
A second typeface inspired by the theme 'systematic', developed through finding hidden shapes within geometric architecture and using them as building blocks for the letterforms, this time blacked out to create a bolder more imposing style. Sister font to - STACKEDThis is a clone of STACKED
A typeface inspired by the theme 'systematic', developed through finding hidden shapes within geometric architecture and using them as building blocks for the letterforms. Sister font to - STACKED BLACKOUT
This font relates to the theme "Sharp" and is inspired by Cubist architecture. Cubist architecture is very rare and can be found only in The Czech Republic, especially in Prague. I took a core element of Cubist architecture, the triangle, and implemented it into a font. I divided each letter into sections and used different shades to make it look like decorative elements of a Cubist facade.This is a clone
A typeface meant to be simplistic yet with a strong personality. The initial inspiration came from crosses and wire. I was also inspired by the overall theme of the horror genre in gaming and how their title fontypes look. Though simple did prove to be a challenge (haha).
Designed for display text.
Fett commands attention with its lavish uppercase letters. I had focused on creating an geometrical inverted slab serif incorporating features of Glyphic serifs. The distinguishing feature of Gylphic typefaces are the triangular shaped serif design, or a flaring of the character strokes where they terminate. Although Fett is not classified under either of those groups, I don’t think I wish it could be either- it shouldn’t be. Fett is meant to be very playful and tasteful. I named this font after its thick, fat stroke weight. Fett translates to “fat” in 3 different languages- German, Swedish, and Norwegian.
This blocky and industrial font was inspired by architechtural features on a large multistory car park near where I live. I took pictures of multiple elements from the building and rearranged and rotated the shapes to create letter forms, and used shading to create a 3 dimensional effect to mimic the structures depth when seen in person.