Published: 27th October, 2015
Last edited: 27th October, 2015
Created: 6th October, 2015
Inspired by urban architecture, rock texture, fabric twisting and Art Deco, my typeface stands blocked and edgy. Using 45 degree angle lines (7 per each) and 90 degree lines (4 per each)the blocked upper case typeface is confronting, bold and destructive. I have focused on creating a typeface that can be used for titles, magazines and posters. The typeface concentrates on the negative space rather then the positive. This allows each white shape to look unique and cutting.
Published: 30th October, 2013
Last edited: 7th July, 2016
Created: 28th October, 2013
Condensed art-deco type inspired by 1959's Binder-Style.
Free for personal use only. Please contact for commercial.
Published: 29th July, 2013
Last edited: 29th July, 2013
Created: 29th July, 2013
The elegant, all caps cousin of Sportiva regular, Sportiva Deco, is now a separated project!! For the complete font display experience, don´t forget to check out Sportiva Deco 2.This is a clone of Sportiva Alternates 1
Published: 20th October, 2012
Last edited: 1st November, 2012
Created: 14th October, 2012
This font was created around the theme of repetition, it was inspired by Art Deco design and how repetition and pattern aren't just pointless ornaments but fundamental to the structure of the font. I have been able to reach this stage after 5 weeks of continuous development, sketching and experimentation which I focused around trying to create a bridge between 2D and 3D fonts. Built up of a single repeated component this font is not suitable or made for large amounts of text, but instead has been created to highlight the strength and complexity of each individual letter.
Published: 20th May, 2008
Last edited: 21st June, 2009
Created: 20th May, 2008
Silly me, of course I'm not going to be able to preview the typographer's quotes because my qwertyset isn't primed to receive them. They should work in a program (i.e. InDesign) that's geared up for them.