GlyphLandyn/Lilly is a sans-serif, pixel optimized with monospace Latin, Greek and Cyrillic letters and PUA (Private Use Area) characters. The ￼ Object Replacement Character is a full square.
This font also includes Thai characters and Linear B Syllabary.
This font is edited with Fontstruct.
A font based of FontStruct's logo.
You can also find an alternate lowercase A at Unicode point U+0430
Grulla's letters –built on a 2x3 square grid– have (tri)angular counters & square terminals. Counterspace=letterspace, letter /f/ is kerned onto "rounded" letters (fc,fd,fe,fo,fs). Diacritics support spanish (hello from Argentina!)
Based On The Meow Wolf Logo.
also i just did all that just to realize
it was the Lot font.
* = Alt M 2
@ = Alt M 3
^ = Alt A 2
Inspired by radios' displays.
05 JULY 2022:
Fixed: Q, q, 6
Added: Æ, æ, £, <, >, (, )This is a clone of Digital Radio Display 14 Seg
2019 marks the 100th year of the existence of Bauhaus. In honour of this iconic art movement, I have designed my first Fontstruction based on the minimalist and structured design which embodied the movement from 1919 until the mid-1930s. In order to create this Bauhaus inspired font, I have kept to 5 different 'blocks', that create the form and a 5x7/6 size allowance to keep a uniform structure.This is a clone
This a typeface designed to echo the shapes and patterns found across manholes which cover our network of systems across the UK. Manhole covers have been beautifully decorated with patterns but also act as indicators and safety features. Both patterns and the shaping of letterforms are inspired by manhole covers I have found. Designed to be a display typeface at large scales!
The design behind my font was inspired by the theme 'continuous'. This is a continued design from my past font which I was not completely happy with. Instead of using continuous circles I decided to use square and rectangular shapes. One of my main inspirations was the retro game Tetris. My font would work better in large scale as it is so bold.
This font is based on the construction of origami. When creating any kind of origami a system must be followed in order for it to be successful, so I realise this linked in well. With all variations of my systematic designs the main idea behind them was the combination of basic shapes. With this font I mainly used squares and triangles, creating something complex by using a rule and a combination of geometric shapes.