Published: 27th October, 2014
Last edited: 26th October, 2014
Created: 26th October, 2014
This font was created around the theme of DANGEROUS.
Norse Runes and their links to ‘dangerous’ Vikings, Celts and Historic Warriors led me to create this font based on the angles and ‘sharpness’ of weapons and original runic alphabet shapes.
The font is very readable but would probably only be used for a bold title for a book (including sub-titles) based on history or a poster for bands, events or even propaganda posters.
Here is my blog:
http://graphic-design-universe.tumblr.comThis is a clone
Published: 28th April, 2011
Last edited: 15th May, 2011
Created: 28th April, 2011
This is a non-anti-aliased near-replica of Times New Roman, designed using only full pixels. Note: this font works best at small font sizes.
Published: 8th November, 2009
Last edited: 9th November, 2009
Created: 20th October, 2009
I began by exploring the theme of decaying objects, such as fruit, and studied the shape (and change of shape) of the objects, as they progressively fell apart. By creating hand drawn sketches i began to create a typeface that looked as though it was rotting/melting away. I used a traditional typeface, Times New Roman, that could be considered as quite boring and a font which has been around for a long time and then used it as a base font which i then made to look as though it was rotting and falling apart by refering back to my earlier sketches. Overall I aimed to create a typeface that represents the decay of an older, more traditional and perhaps overused typeface.
Published: 26th August, 2008
Last edited: 9th June, 2010
Created: 22nd August, 2008
let me introduce my personal CROSSOVER of "arial" and "times new roman", two of the most famous fonts of western typefaces.
nicely presented in a scetchy pencil drawn quickie style :)
it's just lower case yet, but i wanted to share it.
upper case, numerals and symbols to come. really :)
this is especially tasty in small pixel sizes! thanks for attention!