(Version 1.0) I came up with the idea when testing stuff in the editor. Currently only uppercase. Tell me about anything that I should improve!
Made for fun, I wanted glyphs with the look of 'construction' to write a name on a gift tag. Even though it looks simple like a child's work it required 25 minutes and several half-saves plus time to restart the computer after an annoying browser crash. This design will end up in my collection of pixel brick work.
mx Eli is inspired by types used in artisanal goods packages and other sleek, modern brands. It's a serif font without the varying widths of roman types with several fun alternate capitals to choose from.
See the full typeface specimen here.
Based on the Lamina typeface by Em42. Made a rough 'A' glyph first as a test for the Reverse Competition but I had no time to get back to it before the deadline. I finished it anyway to see how the final outcome would be.
A portmanteau of the term 'Pleat' and 'Uno', mx Pleato was inspired by the wavy pleats of the skirt and the tails of the 'Reverse' symbol arrows found in Uno cards. I was first interpreting the "Reverse" aspect of the glyph designs through a simple sketch of a pleated skirt/ribbon by using the opposites of the arches (AKA valleys) and then furthering the project using quarter arches of a ribbon (like the arrow tails in Uno), opposite-facing rods and other additional elements.
The Clinston Lift Co. 1 is based on the Hyundai's LED indicator. This includes the letters and numbers, extended latins (diacritics), old-style numbers, symbols, superscripts, mathematical operators, new-style Luxen 2, 6, 9, G, arrows, lift symbols, washer symbols, Herbew and Hiragana letters.
It is a semi_serif stencil display typeface. I inspired it from the stencil typeface which released in 1937. It consists of only capital letters with thick main strokes, and with breaks in the face.I added some serif in the edges and tried to make kind of movement in some parts in the character.
A slanted and edgy typeface best used for display graphics.
All of the uppercase leans right while the lowercase leans left.
Thanks for taking a look!