Published: 18th September, 2013
Last edited: 7th October, 2014
Created: 5th August, 2013
Decorative font in 'basic' and 'more' Latin. It is crisp and spacious, allowing easy reading at smaller point sizes from 10 upwards. I have not checked how large it can get before the building bricks become disturbing in the flow of the edges.
It can be used in conjuction with my "Ritual Minutes" which has no descenders on the UC and LC.
Not sure if this is more of an 'Art Nouveau' design or points more towards 'Victorian'. It doesn't really matter, someone will find the perfect text to show its visual qualities ;)
NOTE: the space is reduced to something like 1/2 letter width. To get a 'good' space between words you need to hit the space key twice. Do you think this is acceptable? Or should I increase the space?
Published: 22nd March, 2010
Last edited: 12th October, 2012
Created: 21st March, 2010
As complete as it is likely to get.
Apologies to non-English language users, but adding diacritics would be too big a task (involving between 50 - 150 brick stacks per glyph). If anyone wants a specific diacritic, for a particular use, contact me and I will try to add it.This is a clone of RM Romantic Carved FS1
Published: 2nd February, 2009
Last edited: 29th January, 2014
Created: 26th January, 2009
This is inspired by everything and nothing. Since the first brick, "FS Signo" was made for titles and other big letterings.
one of my main ideas to this was trying to combine classic and modern styles of type in one font... hm.
there's no lower case in construction, but numerals and roman symbols to follow.
feel free to download and use it :)
PS: the normal preview sucks. best watch it in pixelpreview...