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With the starting point being the word systematic. It led to working with structure and the idea of scaffolding. Through my development I started experimenting with construction and buildings which later began a subject of retro gaming due to the bricks looking digitalised. When putting all these inspirations together it reated a final typeface which looks like a building in progress.
As of November 2017, this is a faithful pixel font recreation of the original Adidas typeface for the FIFA World Cup 2018, which was inspired by classic Russian design elements and is used for relevant media/stuff like player names and numbers on Adidas jerseys.
I tried to add as many special characters as possible, all designed to match the look and spirit of the base font.
This font creation is based on released images of the typeface so far and might be updated in the future.
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Retrofuturism, no sharp corners (except in the percent sign because of the smaller zeroes). Should probably better differentiate S/5... First try at Cyrillic too.
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1170237/verdisquoThis is a clone of Love-in
Mixed-case, low-legibility headline font inspired by '80s-era arcade games and the hard-to-read graffiti bubble letter alphabets of the same time period. Free to use, with attribution, even commercially.
System font from early MacOS prototypes that used the 'Twiggy' floppy drive as shown in various photographs at http://www.twiggymac.com
Given no actual screenshots, emulator or ROM images exist this is a best-effort attempt from the photographs on the site.
In Soviet times, some book covers were designed with using similar fonts.
http://ru.ffonts.net/MyGalSwoopyNF.fontThis is a clone of Felix
Derived from Nano OK, an earlier font of mine, but with more height and less weight on the capital letters. Having more height makes some of the punctuation less cramped as well. Extends 8 pixels above the baseline and 2 pixels below it. Variable width, with most capital letters 5 blocks wide, plus 1 more for spacing, and lower-case letters varying somewhat, though they are usually slightly narrower. Numbers are unusually narrow to help tell them apart from letters, and are between the lower-case and upper-case letters in height.This is a clone of Nano OK
This is the normal text font used in Daggerfall, the second game in the Elder Scrolls series, released in 1996 by Bethesda Softworks, for MS-DOS.