Art-Day-Co. — Decorative geometric futurist sans
A more experimental and fururistic take on a standard geometric grotesque that started out as "All-Caps" lettering concept. The innitial first idea was to create capital letters only and to provide these with additional capital letter alternate forms, Now, things not always go as they were invisioned, as was the case during this project..
After creating a couple of capital letters, and just when I was thinking I had this new brainchild for a cool looking font, I ren out of ideas for more experimental letter solutions; — Inspiration dried up quicker than water droplets evaporate on the surface of the sun!
But honestly imo things especially got interresting when I unintentionally started doodling lowercase letters for this font. And I don't know what happeded here, but it somehow completely changed the mood of this font (To understand what I mean just cross-compare 2 lines of text, one with all lowercase text and the other all caps text).
Both somewhat very different, but mixing effortlessly to create a very distinct and unique looking font. I can't put my finger to it as to what style it is.
A sleek, futuristic, Sci-Fi font that I created. One of my inspirations of creating a font like this was a film called 'Ex-Machina'. It is a sci-fi movie that I would encourage you to see! I wanted to add my own style to this font by making the corners or edges of the letters split. I think adding an element like that makes this font more unique.
A font that represents what the future looked like through the eyes of the past. Presenting sharp features that seem to be extraterrestrial symbols, this font is perfect for not just Sci-fi and video game lovers, but for those who want a bold and striking font to make their work bring awe and nostalgia to their audience.
After so many years, thanks to the amazing nudge feature it's been finally possible for me to recreate Mionta, my 2010 SportsComp entry, the way it should be. No awkward faux-Bézier this time around! It was very fun and a bit challenging to arrange all the bricks together so that they form 16 times smaller versions of the original characters. I did alter some letters and characters however. The ampersand was especially ugly in the original version. I also changed the look of the period (as well as the dots in colon and semicolon respectively). The positioning of left and right quotation marks was my conscious choice, it's a bit more aesthetically appealing to me that way. Double quotation marks are also sort of more ornamental and can serve a purely decorative purpose (this is also why "<" and ">" look the way they look - similar idea). And the percent sign, I love it so much that I think I'm going to marry it. Due to FontStruct's limitations, diagonal lines in K and N couldn't be preserved. Also, tracking isn't as tight, because we can't go below -1, but I think it's a good thing in this case. Just like before - make sure to try out fake italics! More fonts to come in very near future. Changelog: - minor corrections - & was still a little bit off - bar in lowercase t is now a bit raised ^and that renders the sample picture outdated, fantastic.This is a clone of Mionta