Published: 2nd October, 2009
Last edited: 3rd October, 2009
Created: 2nd October, 2009
Clone of Afrobeat Regular. Same lc as Afrobeat Regular, but with small caps and small numbers. You have many different possibilities to combine the letters, take a close look at the example. Looks smoother and more balanced to me. What do you think? More glyphs to come.
*=alt.l, #=alt.t, %=alt.fThis is a clone of Afrobeat Regular
Published: 20th September, 2009
Last edited: 22nd September, 2009
Created: 1st September, 2009
The new black & white interactive type! You can write using only the Upper case, or only with the Lower case, or write every single letter/word different. Match provides many interesting possibilities. Just take a look at the example and download it. Hope you like it, write a comment!
8x4 bricks, no filters used.
Published: 10th September, 2009
Last edited: 14th September, 2009
Created: 6th September, 2009
Serpentine is another easygoing Outline-type which can be used for headlines. Take a look at the example, hope you like it. I´m open for any suggestions.
*=alt.B, #=alt.R, %=alt.e
Published: 4th September, 2009
Last edited: 11th September, 2009
Created: 3rd September, 2009
If you want to create cool Letterings, try Underground!
This was inspired by Pincoya Black Type by Daniel Hernandez. You can write letter by letter using the Uppercase or you can connect every character using the alternates.
Please take a look at the example, then you´ll understand the idea!
Lowercase are alternates of the same letter or a different letter. >=alt.B, <=alt.D, @=alt.T
Underline:=+, Overline=*, Filter: 1,6.
Published: 19th August, 2009
Last edited: 4th September, 2009
Created: 17th August, 2009
If Bold is not enough...try Ultrabold! Part two of the Samoa-Typefamily. Hope you like it, take a look at the example. Write a comment if you have any suggestions!This is a clone of Samoa
Published: 17th August, 2009
Last edited: 2nd October, 2009
Created: 14th August, 2009
"Samoa" is another bold typeface experiment where I used the filters (1.6). Looks striking to me although I´m not sure about Z, 4 and 7...How do you like it? Write a comment!
Published: 13th August, 2009
Last edited: 13th September, 2009
Created: 8th August, 2009
Freestyle is not a usual font, as you see. The concept was inspired by the "How very Tokyo"-poster by Spin (I posted it in the comments). I liked the idea of cutting every letter into pieces so it looks artistic but is still readable.
Freestyle consists of three parts: the whole letter at the top and in the middle/at the bottom there are parts of it, cut vertically.
Upper- and Lowercase are different. Under construction, more glyphs to come. This can be used e.g. for posters or magazine layouts. What do you think about this experiment?
< = alt.I
> = alt.I
* = alt.space
# = alt.space
Published: 8th August, 2009
Last edited: 2nd October, 2009
Created: 3rd August, 2009
Don´t trust the preview, take a look at the Example! Dedicated to the marvellous DJ Shadow. This is another contemporary Display-Font I created using the Brick-Size-Filters (adjusted at 1.75). It´s not a 3D-Font, or a puzzle or a construction plan, but I think it´s a very consistent typeface:-) Hope you like it, please write a comment if you have any suggestions. More letters to come.
Published: 4th March, 2009
Last edited: 29th January, 2014
Created: 4th March, 2009
i know it seems kind of "up to date" to dot around, but beate and her(?) featured download inspired me to experience some DOTTING as well.
The cool thing about using dots is, that the viewers eye/brain/imagination does the MAIN part while viewing it.
There are 8(!) more different angles possible, because of the half circle bricks...
hope you like it!