A "replication" of "Tweaky". Not an exact clone by any means but it is close enough for my purposes. Contains only uppercase.
Revamped version / spiritual successor of Penumbra. Regular, semibold, bold, small caps, and monospace variants currently available. Questionably complete, I guess?
A font made in the proto-calligraphic style I invented and used when I was a teenager. I haven't owned a nibbed pen since those days, so this font is as far as the style was ever allowed to evolve. It's somewhat lacking the handwritten character my writing had, but this regularity is the result I was trying to achieve. I had no particular use in mind for the style other than titling documents. For that reason I consider this to be a Headliner.
"I" is kerned to itself so that it can be used to make nicer-looking Roman numerals.
See also:Basalt Pixel
An experiment in subtle asymmetry (it's most evident in the upper case).
Version 1.7 (14Sep2018) - ExtL-A added, GFB completed, Greek started
Version 1.6 (18Aug2018) - Changed name from "RC Badwolf" to "Badwolf"
Version 1.5 (15Aug2018) - altered 2357,ð
Version 1.4 (14Aug2018) - altered space width and mw
See also:Navajo Deco
A rounded square design made for headlines as an alternative/companion font to Empty Magazine.
Another attempt to make a usable narrow monospace programming font.
My attempt at a headliner font. This is made to look very regular, even "generic", but also very clearly readable - the sort of font you might expect to see in advertising agencies, publishing houses, hospitals, and government buildings.
Use with kerning turned ON!
Inspired by military and the need for all participant parts to be regiment. My typeface incorporates the distinct 'V' shape of a collar, responding to the idea of uniform.
1. Adjective: Remaining the same in all cases and at all times.
2. Noun: The distinctive clothing worn by members of the same organisation or body of people.
I initially responded to the level of regularity in military demonstrations, particularly from nations such as North Korea or Russia. Each character in my typeface is formed from the same starting shape to reflect this level of standardisation.
This typeface was inspired by Indonesian food "satay" (sate).