Published: 30th May, 2011
Last edited: 12th September, 2011
Created: 17th May, 2011
Second entry in my Origins family, this is a much smoother slab-serif font based on my previous font (called simply Origins). Next in line is a sans serif version, and some more decorative "fonts" for the family.
Presently a WIP, but the glyphs are all there. I'm just trying to work out all that needs to be done from here to "complete" the family.
This is a clone of Origins
Published: 4th March, 2011
Last edited: 7th March, 2011
Created: 4th March, 2011
Slab serif font with a bit of constructivist attitude. Will continue to update and tweak.This is a clone of Raven Bold
Published: 18th February, 2011
Last edited: 3rd May, 2011
Created: 28th January, 2011
This is a tall monospaced font, so I had to get a bit creative with some of the glyphs. But I think it's relatively legible.
Published: 27th December, 2010
Last edited: 1st November, 2011
Created: 13th December, 2010
Something “clarendonesque”. Lowercase is obviously darker than uppercase. I wish I had found a better solution for S. At the moment, it lacks brackets.
Published: 9th November, 2010
Last edited: 8th December, 2010
Created: 7th October, 2010
Beat the Whites With the Red Wedge, a typeface inspired by the typographic work of the Russian constructivist artists. I wanted to communicate order my typeface, so I researched order within society and this led me to the Russian communist era, constructivism was an art movement within this period. The bold clear typorgraphy of this era influenced me to produce this slab serif version of a constructivist font. I chose to give this font serifs to give an added touch of order and formality. However I do intend to produce a sans serif version and also a bolder, headliner version of the font.
It is a weighty typeface with a strong presence. Due to this nature I would say that the font is best used for subtitles and signange, possibly not main headline text. Also designs that hold an essence of this era.
Published: 28th September, 2010
Last edited: 29th September, 2010
Created: 26th September, 2010
Slab-serif, Varsity letter style typeface, letterforms filled with aertex pattern.
Uni summer project piece, to design a typeface of any style you choose, getting to grips with Fontstruct. My first complete fontstruction, drawing inspiration from vintage American typography, sports team jerseys, current brands (e.g: Zoo York), sportswear, etc.
Published: 18th May, 2010
Last edited: 18th May, 2010
Created: 18th May, 2010
If Punchline doesn't look heavy enough to you, try his brother: This guy has filled counters for real heavy duty tasks.This is a clone of Punchline
Published: 13th May, 2010
Last edited: 13th May, 2010
Created: 12th April, 2010
Ultra heavy slab serif uppercase only face, subtly celebrating the 4x1 diagonals of fontstruct 2.0...
I hope some people will find more stylish uses for this than on college shirts/jumpers. It actually wasn't intended to have that standard college slab serif look, and I desperately believe that there's still a nuance of difference, but that might be an illusion.
I btw just copied the uppercase letters on lowercase slots to make it more convenient. So don't be too impressed by the character count.;)
Published: 9th May, 2010
Last edited: 1st January, 2014
Created: 17th April, 2010
This is my attempt to create a robust, almost military grade slab serif stencil. The whole project was largely inspired by the music clip bearing the same title by Nathalie Cardone (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqYHeX0i0NU&feature=related). It is a work in progress, glyphs may change in the final version.
Published: 29th March, 2010
Last edited: 29th March, 2010
Created: 29th January, 2010
Feels like years since I've shared my last fontstructions...
This one's been lying around in the private box for quite a while because I didn't find the inner peace to do an extended character set. Originally I just trying to get an acceptable A using a 2x1 filter setting, but somehow it grew to a whole typeface. (That makes any word written in capital letters look like a tobacco brand, hence the name...)
Published: 12th March, 2010
Last edited: 12th March, 2010
Created: 12th March, 2010
No respect at all of any conventionnal font design: no ascender, no descender, monospace, monoheight, interior slab.
The main focus was to create a readable font and been totaly free of any standard design restriction.
This is a clone
Published: 11th December, 2009
Last edited: 11th December, 2009
Created: 18th October, 2009
THIS FONT IS INSPIRED BY HOLD EGYPTIAN AND ANTIQUE FONTS IN PARTICULAR FROM A ITALIAN COMIC CALLED COCCO BILL
Published: 25th November, 2009
Last edited: 23rd April, 2015
Created: 17th October, 2009
A monospaced pixel font with over 8000 glyphs! 7 pixels wide, 12 pixels tall. Some characters may be wider than 7 pixels to make them connect with other characters.
Published: 3rd July, 2009
Last edited: 2nd July, 2009
Created: 2nd July, 2009
This is a derivative work of Elspeth LC. Filter: both horizontal and vertical brick size are set to 0.5.
Recommended font sizes: 24, 48, 72, 96, 144, 192, 240. Other sizes result in different moiré patterns as
the bricks partially overlap the screen pixels. Kerning is not perfect, some minor ovelapping may occur. This is a clone of Elspeth
Published: 1st July, 2009
Last edited: 19th May, 2011
Created: 30th June, 2009
This is a preview of my latest work: a slab serif with a contemporary touch. I wanted to experiment with Fontstruct, and see if it was possible to create a conventional font that did not look inferior compared to the ones advertised by Fontshop at the bottom of the page.This is a clone
Published: 26th May, 2009
Last edited: 24th June, 2009
Created: 26th May, 2009
A slab typeface based on a 1959 Carolina vs. Clemson "Big Thursday" poster. Follows a Barnum or Italienne style. Small caps.