Published: 27th February, 2014
Last edited: 13th February, 2015
Created: 23rd February, 2014
Something as simple and boring as a monospaced, octagonal, sans serif font. But it has great unicode support!
Published: 8th May, 2013
Last edited: 8th May, 2013
Created: 4th May, 2013
I created this font after some exploration on the square shape and negative shape during my MA studies. This font is under the Creative Commons Attribution. You can distribute, remix, tweak and build up the font, even commercially, as long as you credit me for the original creation
Published: 13th February, 2013
Last edited: 13th February, 2013
Created: 11th February, 2013
Named after two songs off of Devo's debut album, Jocko Mongo straddles a shaky middle ground of the 80's, russian kitsch and a tiny bit of that 20's classiness that wasn't ever quite replicated in early digital font sets. This is a clone
Published: 11th February, 2013
Last edited: 11th February, 2013
Created: 6th February, 2013
Diamonds are Forever is fully built of diamonds and nothing else. Thus, it should be more than just a quick glance over and a pass. It is quite the informal font and looks like something that may be used in old school gaming.
Published: 31st March, 2012
Last edited: 2nd April, 2012
Created: 1st March, 2012
Instead of strokes through letters (such as in f, t) there's an inward tick. The name is a combination of the words "block" and "tick" or maybe "flick".
Published: 14th October, 2008
Last edited: 17th October, 2008
Created: 23rd September, 2008
Odin (один) is the Russian world for ‘singular’ or ‘one’ and translates to mean ‘the originality of an element that
has no predecessor’ or ‘is alone in it’s kind.’ The typeface Odin represents this idea in a two-fold manner. First, the
typeface has a single serif per letter. Instead of ornamenting each character with multiple serifs, a single serif is
used to highlight a dominate feature in the form. Secondly, the idea of only one serif on a character is unique to
the serif style of lettering.
The name ‘Odin’ represents the strong Russian influence in the letter styles. With the thick, chunky aesthetics
reminiscent of woodcuts, and the strong planar shifts, the aggressive nature that the Russian style is known for is
This typeface is best used for headline type because it draws attention and authority to whatever it is saying. The
weight of each form also allows for an intensive use of color if so desired. The typeface can also be versatile in it’s
nature. If used more sparingly, it can create a quieter, humbler tone.