Another of my many doodles. Fun to make!
Finally, a design where all the diacritics blend in and look natural!
This is my 3rd entry for the countercomp:note that this is derived from "MIDI-TRENTE". The actual letters, numbers etc have the same height as those on the plates of Midi-Trente.
This version frustrated me when I started it, every glyph previously on a plate required moving and adjusting their letter space (I have problems seeing the extremely pale grid lines to place letter width correctly): letter space was huge, I suspect this was linked to coming from Midi-Trente where every plate takes up 43x43 px and the letter spacing didn't automatically adjust to the narrower simple glyphs' requirements.
To make the font more useful I've added almost 200 glyphs to this version. One of them is a design --possibly not an official dingbat in Unicode-- to indicate "e-mail" as many people now give e-mail addresses and don't expect to receive a paper envolpe with stamp as the well known dingbat for "mail/letter/address" shows.This is a clone of Midi-Trente
A futuristic font inspired by the midcentury modern artwork of space and modernism in the 1960s.
This font works great for large display type, but is easy to read based on the simple design of the characters.
Includes alphabet, numerals, and some punctuation.
One of those strange designs that sit in my note pad for ages and suddenly decides to become useful :)
Inspired by a commercial font advertised within the 'gallery' listing: FORE
Based off the eggcrate display that appeared in almost every game show in existence since the first episode of Password Plus aired in 1968.