Published: 23rd February, 2015
Last edited: 23rd February, 2015
Created: 12th February, 2015
This font is created by me (Anita Tak). The way this font looks inspired me to name this "Atlantis" after the tale of the lost city.
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Published: 27th October, 2014
Last edited: 26th October, 2014
Created: 26th October, 2014
This font was created around the theme of DANGEROUS.
Norse Runes and their links to ‘dangerous’ Vikings, Celts and Historic Warriors led me to create this font based on the angles and ‘sharpness’ of weapons and original runic alphabet shapes.
The font is very readable but would probably only be used for a bold title for a book (including sub-titles) based on history or a poster for bands, events or even propaganda posters.
Here is my blog:
http://graphic-design-universe.tumblr.comThis is a clone
Published: 31st May, 2014
Last edited: 16th April, 2015
Created: 31st May, 2014
I thought the round celtic/gaelic/insular forms of the latin letters would lend themselves well to a typewriter-esque font. Only later did I google it to find that Michael Everson is the king of this area.
Now I should really get back to my exam paper.
Published: 25th October, 2013
Last edited: 25th October, 2013
Created: 24th October, 2013
The ogham was a form of gaelic runes, generally written right to left when horizontal. I figured I'd make this interesting ancient script into a useable font. I've seen a few of these around, but one more isn't going to hurt.
Published: 20th September, 2011
Last edited: 28th September, 2011
Created: 20th September, 2011
Conscript near irish ogham, ancient alphabet of insular Celts (Ireland for ex.). Created for the virtual micronation Umujo and its celtic country the Towtobroghi, author Aëlo Gwion. Utilisez librement cet alphabet. - Ecriture très proche des ogham. Bien qu’il s’agisse d’un conscript apparemment distant de l’original, la distance entre les deux écritures concerne en réalité la présentation des éléments graphiques. Les ogham sont une écriture gravée ancienne des Celtes insulaires, principalement utilisée pour la magie et la divination. Elle est basée sur le chiffre 5, et l'alphabet s'énonçait ainsi sur extrémités doigts et les jointures des phalanges ainsi que les anciennes numérations digitales. Cette écriture est apparentée de près à d'autres écritures du même type dont on connaît des exemples notamment en Afrique (selon Lyall Watson, Lightning Bird). Le cercle égale 5 traits. Les traits sont remplacés par des points. 'ng' est rendu par 'k' (l'irlandais ancien ignorant cette lettre). Quelques lettres sont inventées : 'j', 'v', 'w', 'y' s'inspirent directement de 'i' et 'u'. Pour les diphtongues 'ae', 'ea', 'ia', 'oi' et 'ui', utiliser toute voyelle accentuée. Comprend: majuscules et minuscules, chiffres, caractères spéciaux les plus usuels seulement. Version .4 Cette police a été créée pour l'univers d'Umujo par son auteur Aëlo Gwion.
Published: 9th July, 2011
Last edited: 7th June, 2011
Created: 6th June, 2011
A font face based on a braid of some sort. It didn't turn out very legible for text, but I think the letters look elegant individually. So maybe it could be used for uncials.
Published: 25th January, 2011
Last edited: 25th January, 2011
Created: 24th January, 2011
Runes designed by SweeTMichaeL.com to let you write with a qwerty keyboard using Runes. Please note some information below.
RUNE BY SWEETMICHAEL is based on the Germanic Futhark runic alphabet.There are only 22 letters in the Futhark, plus three letters we do not have in the English alphabet.
Two special letters are placed in $ and % .
$ will give you ING. (The letter Ng)
% will give you TH. (The letter Thorn)
X,V,C and Q do not exist in the Futhark so take note below.
X will give you KS. (Ie. Box becomes Boks)
V will give you W aVoid the sound.
C and Q will give you K.
Odin (The blank Rune) is SPACE.
There is a full stop.
and the numbers 1 to 10 are represented with 0 being 10 as thay had no 0.
Published: 29th May, 2010
Last edited: 15th November, 2010
Created: 15th April, 2010
Celtic knotwork in an insular style. Based on lettering from the Book of Kells. Some alternates in the lower case, some ligatures in the "More Latin" set, and a "construction kit" on ~ so you can create your own knotty fonts :-)
UPDATE June 3 2010: Removed some artefacts from the 'E' and 'e'. Please re-download.This is a clone
Published: 5th May, 2010
Last edited: 21st May, 2010
Created: 30th April, 2010
A pixel insular, based partially on the script in the Book of Kells. Would work well as the GUI font for an old-school fantasy game.
The upper case contains the regular old-timey forms; the lower case, more modern/readable forms for today's audience.
This is the basis for a much more exciting font, to be released soon :-)
(This is a work in progress)This is a clone of Knots
Published: 28th August, 2009
Last edited: 28th August, 2009
Created: 26th August, 2009
Celtic Branch/Virgular alphabet.
ONLY captials produce letters
Full stops = NG
Coma = ST
This is my first font
Published: 29th September, 2008
Last edited: 24th June, 2009
Created: 29th September, 2008
Old celtic style font. Now with some diacritics and variants. Most of the vowels can have an acute over them, and many of the consonants can have dots. The dots make them be pronounced as if they were followed by an H, e.g. Th, Sh. Ë is a variant of R, Ì is a variant of S and Î is a variant of S with a dot above. Ï is the Irish symbol for "agus" or "and".