A wicked track-looking font with every letter at least has a 180-degree-flip pair. Perfect for ambigram.
" ( " for left line cap
" ) " for right line cap
"space" for extending the lineThis is a clone
A neat language of combining letters to create even more unique characters. Based on some languages like Armenian. Work in progress.
This is a take on a classic arcade font with crowns and points. Best used for large type.
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A font that uses a simple diagonal line technique to give the illusion of depth. All letters are confined within monospaced parallelograms, just for fun.
I don't know if this has been done before.
It's just a simple & elegant solution utilizing 4 parallel lines.
See how neat the letter 'B' is formed by 6 rectangles.
Atticus is a sophisticated, linear typeface that is versatile in its use. The lack of curves gives it a sleek, angular feel, yet its 3-dimensional look makes it bold and fun. Atticus is a headliner type and is guaranteed to grab your reader's attention.
This geometric font was built up from the theme of a continuous typeface. After developing sketched ideas and experimenting on fontsrtuct I became aware or a continuous theme throughout my font design of continuous lines and geometric shapes. This led me to research type designers and artists such as El Lissitsky's use of shapes to portray political messages, Herbert Bayer's rounded font style, Paul Renner's original architype fonts's unusual abstract designs and finally Matt W Moore's modern geometric typefaces which heavily influenced my designs. This can be seen through the abstract use of shapes inspired by El Lissitsky which can be seen in the letter M, H and V. Aspects of Matt W Moore can also be seen in my designs from his Alphafont 2 and 3 on the use of lines for the letters M, H and Z, and his use of shapes which are seen in the letters A and V. With inspiration coming from a range of times, artists and typographers this gives the font a feel of old and new. As it looks like it could be inscriptions on tombs and pyramids but also has a futuristic sci-fi appearance. Therefore the use of this font could be used for film posters and books of a setting in the future or ancient Egyptian or Greek past.This is a clone of Continuous1