Inspired by digital audio meters.
A plain, geometric, and an angular sans-serif typeface which is free to use ligatures that added Greek support and geometric shapes. The lowercase "c" had to connect with other letters and looked like an uppercase "E", the "e" had a curved bar with no straight segment, the "i" had a tail, the "j" had no tail, the "q" had a primer tail, the "s" had to connect with other letters and looked like an uppercase "E", the "t" had a curved top. It also includes Hebrew. These two of the Cyrillic yers had a curvy point. The Capital Cyrillic two of yers changed.
In 2021, this family has been added all italics and it also includes Private Use Area.
What's New in 4213 Contacts:
Added Greek support
Fixed script 'e'
Removed 'i' with tail on bottom
Added Hebrew support
Fixed Cyrillic Pe
Fixed script Phi
This font is another of the products that a challenge as lively as TwentiesComp generates in FontStruct. You spend two weeks (or more) devising and building original and competitive fonts in a crazy race, but your brain does not stop when the Comp is over and continues through the nooks and crannies that you had demanded of it before, searching and producing new suggestions. This was one of those post-hoc ideas that came up when the fonts to present were already finished. Hope I don't detract too much with it the great level that this Comp has had. Thanks for your compreension.
Nebular is a space-age, all-caps sans serif typeface. It is bold; rounded yet angular. Great for headlines, quotes, and posters. It brings a fun bit of futuristic sci-fi to any design!
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1752328/cyberbugThis is a clone of TLoF Nature
A more 'normal' type of university font, familiar, safe, with only few quirks, and as complete as I want it until summer. All letters are on Lower Case. Alternative "s" is on "S". No kerning.This is a clone of Me-Knee-Verse-ET
I Fontstructed my way through a difficult period, the holes have quite a story to tell....... A weird design and not totally necessary, I was told. That'll be OK for me ;) All letters are on Lower Case. There's an alternative 's' on 'S'. No Kerning.
The letterform for the д came to me in a sudden burst of inspiration.
A modern take on the in-game font from Knuckles' Chaotix for the Sega 32X.
(additional characters and diacritics to come soon!)This is a clone
This font is a facsimile of a substitution cipher from The Shadow #10, "Chain of Death." Letters are replaced by blocky symbols, which consist of pairs of rectangular shapes separated by a space. To encrypt a message, the symbols are connected together by their outer right and left edges. This gives the appearance of a much greater set of symbols than there actually are, and the spaces will confuse potential codebreakers. There are no numerals or punctuation. I included square brackets ("[" and "]") for two special symbols that are frequently used to begin and end sencryptions (you can type messages [like this]).
Based on the TekWar logo. The letters (minus Q/X/Y) are recreated from the TV series titles, the rest are my additions.
What would futuristic type design be without ridiculously wide letters?
Also looks great at narrower widths down to 50%.
(2nd entry to #FutureComp)This is a clone
Made for FontStruct's Future Competition. This display typeface was designed with a little influence from stencil, this font has rounded corners intermixed with angular corners, and gaps in unusual places. It also uses the “two-storey” lowercase g, which was a challenge to fit cohesively within the restrictions I gave myself.
ASCII + Cyrillic.
A blocky font loosely based on Eurostile/Microgramma. I made a bunch of striped versions (you can see examples on the tilde glyph), but I don't know if it's worth publishing all of them.This is a clone of Playhead A1