Published: 12th December, 2013
Last edited: 11th December, 2013
Created: 11th December, 2013
In an age of ever decreasing privacy the need for modern encryption methods gets amplified. CODR works as two separate encrypted type faces (CODR1 & CODR2) that overlay one another to reveal hidden text.
STEP 1 - Type the text you want to encode in a readable font using only capital letters A-Z and 0-9 (no punctuation, spaces are ok)
STEP 2 - Copy and paste the text into a new doc or artboard to create a duplicate of the text
STEP 3 - Make sure the formatting on each selection is exactly the same. No hyphens, consistent leading, etc.
STEP 4 - Apply CODR1 to the first text selection and double the font size.
STEP 5 - Apply CODR2 to the second text selection and keep the font size as is.
STEP 6 - Export each text as separate .png file with transparency. Do not use .pdf, .doc, etc it will retain font meta data.
STEP 7 - Overlay each image to verify that your decoded message appears.
STEP 8 - Print and/or send each image to your recipient separately. The recipient will need to overlay each image so that the two merge together to create a decoded message. Maybe post one part to a blog site, and transmit the other as the key.
Published: 10th September, 2013
Last edited: 11th September, 2013
Created: 8th May, 2012
This is a font made up of the cipher used by the templars of unkown time, the cpher and key were found in paris around the 13th centrurey.
Published: 19th August, 2011
Last edited: 19th August, 2011
Created: 18th August, 2011
THE KEY IS HERE:
Also known as the pigpen cipher and the Rosicrucian cipher, this is one of the most simplistic and well known ciphers to date. The key is known for being very easy to memorize (as long as you can write it down!)
More info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pigpen_cipher
Published: 13th January, 2011
Last edited: 14th January, 2011
Created: 13th January, 2011
This is a language I created when I was pretty young. The name's made up, but I thought it had a nice ring to it. Anyway, I pulled out a series of papers with all of these symbols that I had devised during my childhood and decided I wanted to make a font of it. Presenting: The Laredan New Generation Font. Enjoy!