First year UWE student. This typeface revolves around my chosen theme 'squishy' and incorporates organic and cloud-like properties; with 70's inspired assets.This is a clone
My first fonstruction is based around the theme of malnutrition, but focuses on lesser acknowledged end of the spectrum, over-nutrition. I took inspiration from nature of skin and fat on overweight or obese bodies, putting emphasis on the folds and bulges you might typically see on the skin of a larger frame.
Designed by the starting point squishy. Inspired by diffrent type of squishy materials, like aloe gel and clay. It was my first time to create a digital font. Eventhough it was quite hard for me to control the tool on pv as same as control a pencil on a piece of paper at the very beginning. However after i decided to sketch out the clay model I started get on track. What i have to say is i was quite saitisfied after I made it. I know there's still a lot of mistake hope to get more comments then i could make it up.
bowl and counter is a typeface created with variety of geometric shapes,
which has a squishy and playful side of personality.
It was inspired by the well-known design Sinaloa Rosemarie Tissi in the 1970s.
I was really captivated by the beauty of adding elements of geometric shapes into basis letters, and I really wanted to recreate in the letter's bowls and counters by presenting them a technical, modern, and a futuristic flair look.
This typeface was designed from using the word 'Squishy' as a starting point. Which i then went on to pinpointing it down to fat in particular looking at animal fat. I feel this font can be used in a large poster or sign, advertising or for promoting against animal cruelty.This is a clone
do-oh is a display typeface inspired by the word 'squishy'.
I looked at squishing and the movement of squishing something hard and soft and the different forms it would take; I became interested in how an object changes form when squished but how it retains sections of the previous form too but slightly distorted.
I was also interested in the different ways of squishing something and how that changed the outcome.
The typeface is focused on shapes made when I created letters from squashing dough together.This is a clone
Made as part of the “Found type” project for UWE Bristol. Inspired by the word “Squishy” I explored ‘doughy’ avenues and decided to base a font around first donuts and then finally settled on jam. This font is inconsistent, no one letter is uniformed. It portrays a wet and fluid feel that could be seen in any cookbooks or type for children. I would imagine this font to be useful for a very small audience as it is very specific. It could be used beyond the jam idea and be useful in terms of science fiction as it looks ambiguous out of context of the materials. This is not the finished product and it will be worked on over the next few months.
My font is based on the theme 'Squishy'. I decided to produce a typeface with an uneven distribution throughout to reflect the irregularity which I found when researching squishy objects/type. When producing the font on Fontstruct, the smoothness of the letters was altered due to the use of pixels, which I thought worked really well and gave the type a nice style/effect and contrasted well with the smooth forms of the letters so I stuck with it. My inspiration came from graffiti throwups and from basic research which I did into the word 'Squishy'.