Published: 9th December, 2012
Last edited: 1st January, 2015
Created: 9th December, 2012
Type out a new area of the Mushroom Kingdom, 1985 style! Still a work in progress but there's enough here to make a pretty cool new SMB1 level.
Published: 31st October, 2011
Last edited: 31st October, 2011
Created: 29th October, 2011
Sam Lambert, Graphic Design student at UWE.
For my project I went with the theme of laziness (after an early failed attempt at using the theme of repetition).
Whilst researching my theme I looked into the things people like doing best when feeling lazy, two very popular activities were smoking and sleeping. I wanted to create a simple/clean typeface that had a lazy feel to it. I tried to avoid giving it a predictable slouched look and thought a smokey/dreamy effect would work well for a font and also link to my research.
I wanted to incorporate the smoking and sleeping/dreaming themes into the name and thought 'Pipe Dream' was perfect as it relates to both smoking and dreaming.
All feedback is appreciated.
Published: 22nd July, 2009
Last edited: 13th July, 2009
Created: 11th July, 2009
This is a clone/remix of Micromoog. This font should ONLY be used to set the titles for a bad Michael Bay movie where the plot features an alien breed of energy drink swillin' robots that fight against extreme sport celebrities in an attempt to rid the earth of BMX bikes, skateboards, all neon colors & fun.
Lowercase carries a full set of X-TREME alternates. This is a clone of Micromoog
Published: 21st February, 2019
Last edited: 4th November, 2014
Created: 30th September, 2014
This font was created as part of a Graphic Design project at UWE, it’s based around the theme of Fluidity, I have taken inspiration from the flow water takes as it moves through water systems. The hollow inners on the letters are representing reflection inspired by bubbles and waters surface. My hand drawn sketches incorporated more natural & wider curves that I struggled to transfer on to fontstruct so was forced to simplify it because of the time schedule. I am currently still developing the font into something more elaborate that portrays the theme of fluid better, experimenting with tone and more ambitious ideas.
All feedback is appreciated