Published: 27th October, 2015
Last edited: 26th October, 2015
Created: 4th October, 2015
A Decorative Drop cap font influenced by children's blocks. Its large noticeable capitals make it suitable for posters and book covers. Each capital has its own unique boarder which gives the typeface a strong sense of playful variety. The simple lower case letters uses shadows to create a basic outline for the letter forms, but forces the viewers eyes to fill in the blanks.
Published: 4th April, 2013
Last edited: 4th April, 2013
Created: 4th April, 2013
A font combining 'frames' and 'lines'. Just to see what it looks like... So far it has been fun to do :) and it didn't take very long. I'm not sure if it is useful to add accents, any suggestions? While I experiment a bit more with accented letter I'll remove the 'clone' possibility.
Published: 27th March, 2013
Last edited: 27th December, 2013
Created: 27th March, 2013
After losing a few card games against the computer it was time to have cards that were easy to use ;)
These make a great spelling game :)
Published: 4th January, 2013
Last edited: 20th January, 2013
Created: 17th November, 2012
Longing for Spring I decided to design a font to welcome springtime pleasure and the growing year starting anew.
I quite enjoyed designing the flowers.
Published: 29th October, 2012
Last edited: 30th October, 2012
Created: 8th October, 2012
This is a font based on the concept of how little of a character must be shown in order to recognize that character,in the idea of wooden letters carved including the frame. Largely inspired by Wim Crouwels New Alphabet. Not complete, reworking dimensions of the characters within the frame.
Published: 20th January, 2012
Last edited: 23rd January, 2012
Created: 12th January, 2012
Inspired by the metallic-looking keyboard key, FW Key Frame is basically a digital and glyph enlarged replica of what you used to find this font.
Published: 9th April, 2010
Last edited: 9th April, 2010
Created: 8th April, 2010
LED Scope is a part of "DOT" family. All characters are aligned in a frame. "[" is for frame's left edge, and "]" is for right.
Published: 3rd March, 2010
Last edited: 9th June, 2010
Created: 24th October, 2009
My first entry to the contest. I'm deeply in love with my mountainbike. So i thought it was the right kind of sports to choose :)