A very squared-off monospaced font, based on 45° angles. Very thin lines, suitable for text or display. One of my earlier FontStruct™ creations. Let me know how you like it.
Decorative font without curves. Despite some fancy 'serif' kind of additions to most letters it different from the usual small fonts.
Feel free to replace those non-corner triangles with squares ;) to get a different look :D
My go on fontifying the WUaB-Era logo for Celldweller, a musical project by Klayton.
Primarily intended for Celldweller fan-stuff.
EDIT 12/29/2016: Added a limited support for Latin characters, but not Extended ones.
EDIT 01/01/2017: Fixed the spacing width for numbers.
EDIT 01/01/2017 #2: Fixed the spacing width for the number sign.
SILENT EDIT 01/??/2017: Fixed some errors and extended the font a little.
In this typeface I have tried to represent a noise without using soundwaves.
Based on the word Thunderous, this font represents a storm. The pointy edges of the letters and their disformed shape are supposed to represent the loud and violent noise made by thunder. The lightning is a mean to show the activity of the sky during a storm but it's also a way to make the link between the font and the storm.
The font is designed for attention grabbing headers.
There are 3 other versions of this font: Thunderstorm Inverse, ThunderStorm Black and ThunderStorm Mix.
A modern take on American-style sports fonts. Non-inline letters are lower case, and other characters are gained by holding shift on a UK keyboard, i.e.
1=!, 2=", 3=£, 4=$, 5=%, 6=^, 7=&, 8=*, 9=(, 0=), -=_, .=>, '=@This is a clone
I started this typeface out with the letter 'a', and from there slowly build up the other glyphs and came to realise it looks like a festive type. It's most likely due to the terminals being very angular and sharp, and that thought strengthens ever more so after I tried using it in Adobe Illustrator.
A script-inspired monospace, mathematics-oriented, angular, unicase (mostly) typeface. Partially inspired by OCR typewriter fonts (only 90/45 degree angles).
(Still working out the n/u similarity, but context provides differentiation.)
A typeface based on the text of Dummy Lyrics's logo.
Dummy Lyrics is a rock band based in Fukuoka, Japan. I do not belong to it; I'm working for them as a freelance translator and English lyricist, and designed their logo. Since this font is based on that, I can't allow commercial use, but you're welcome to any amount of personal use as long as you credit me.
If anyone knows of any way I could improve the kerning (some letters should almost slot together) I'd be very grateful if you'd let me know.
Retrol takes the iconic look of '80s arcade titles and brings it to the next level.
With clean edges and angles not possible in its day, it's ready for the modern world.
This typeface is based around the word SYSTEMATIC. Systematic is something that is acted upon according to a set plan. The main inspiration for this typeface has come from Harry Beck’s London Underground Map. First published in 1933, Beck's map has now been used to show many different transport routes for different cities across the globe. The typeface itself is very angular and includes very little curves throughout. Although the letterforms aren’t reflective of any geographical locations, each letter reflects both the stations and the railway lines from Beck’s map.
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.