This geometric, sans serif typeface is based on the biological process endocytosis. Having an interest in science, I wanted to create a font that was both interesting to look at and, in some way, informative. Each letter (cell) is linked to the next by particles. The indents in each letter imitate the invagination of the plasma membrane, forming a pocket around the particle. In the cell, the particles are then ingested and transformed into vesicles. In summary, this is what endocytosis is.
Published: 19th January, 2009
Last edited: 16th June, 2010
Created: 15th January, 2009
Clone of NCD Amoeba.
Probably the most usable of the five Amoeba Family Fonts. I've already used it on three projects so far.
I wanted a true (ish) slanted A. So I balanced the rest of the NCD Amoeba font to fit. It's more of an extended version of NCD Amoeba.This is a clone of NCD Amoeba