Published: 11th August, 2008
Last edited: 9th June, 2010
Created: 10th August, 2008
Try the Pixelview!
This looks surprisingly sweet!
Especially in small sizes.
I started this with the lower case, which i'm very proud of, cause they were hard to "connect".
Also reminds me of metallic chrome lettering on old cars :)
Itallica is not really made for typing in high cabs, but i works awesome if you start words with them and continue l/c...
numerals and more symbols later...
Published: 26th October, 2011
Last edited: 7th January, 2013
Created: 2nd July, 2011
CHIP Serif Italic
CHIP is a pixel font family based on 8/16 bit video-games typographyThis is a clone of CHIP SBI
Published: 30th July, 2014
Last edited: 14th September, 2014
Created: 24th July, 2014
Lowercase takes inspiration from connected chrome scripts such as Hi Fi by Pelavin Fonts and
Published: 14th June, 2013
Last edited: 14th June, 2013
Created: 24th May, 2013
1 x 1 filter.
Nearly all angles are 1:8 for the horizontals and 1:4 for the verticals.
28 grid squares from the lowest point to the highest across the set.
For reference, the lower case 'o' is 11 squares wide and 13 squares tall.
Each character has a 1 or 2 block overlap on the right side to make the connectors touch the next character.This is a clone
Published: 2nd October, 2008
Last edited: 29th January, 2014
Created: 2nd October, 2008
Clone of tinka *filled.
i don't know what to say to this font. it was supposed to have serifs, an italic touch and the rest just came out automatically.
The filled version of this was actually done BEFORE i decided to do one without black insides.
This is a clone
Published: 15th August, 2012
Last edited: 13th August, 2012
Created: 1st February, 2012
The large, rounded corners are the standard macaroni bricks.
The tight, rounded corners are made of several several composites and stacked brick combinations. This allows a curve that flows straight into an angle (1:4 in this case).
I did not discover this "smooth tight curve to angle" trick. I stole it from Geneus1...thanks!