"Sederhana" is an Indonesian word, meaning "simple"
with its simple style, funny looking "V", lack of diagonal lines, and its easy to read!
this font is CAPITAL ONLY!
note for Arab users:
بطريقة ما لا يعمل الجزء العربي من الخط ، لذلك يجب عليك استخدام الأحرف الأساسية النهائية والمتوسطة والأولية للكتابة بدلاً من ذلك
اسف على ذلك :/
somehow the Arabic part of the font doesn't work, so you must use the final, middle, and initial base characters to type instead
sorry for that :/
(نعم أنا أستخدم مترجم جوجل فأنا لست عربي, yes i use google translate, I'm not an Arab)
- Basic Latin
- More Latin
- Extended Latin A and B
Intended Language Support
Something I came up with after experimenting with the circle bricks. In hommage to Christoper K.Lee's Clarendon-based typeface "Tonal" created for the 1973 Letraset International Typeface Competition, hence why I think it has an ITC-esque look to it.
Made for FontStruct's Future Competition. This display typeface was designed with a little influence from stencil, this font has rounded corners intermixed with angular corners, and gaps in unusual places. It also uses the “two-storey” lowercase g, which was a challenge to fit cohesively within the restrictions I gave myself.
ASCII + Cyrillic.
This is the digital font used on Family Feud during the Combs (1988-1994) and Dawson 2.0 (1994-1995) eras.This is a clone of Fast Money (Dawson 1.0 Era B)
This is an alternate version of the digital font used throughout the Richard Dawson era from 1976 until 1985; this version is used for the Fast Money bonus round, with the "0", "3", "6" and "9" looking different compared to how the appeared in the main game rounds.This is a clone of Fast Money (Dawson 1.0 Era A)
This is a font based on a few found in the Wipe'Out racing game series. The blocky shapes are futuristic, yet rather simple. Perfect for an attention-grabbing headline. The name of this font is a reference to AG-Systems, a team in the series, and Wipe'Out Pure, a fan-favorite game in the series.
Hope you enjoy my first published FontStruction!
The year is 2020. Oni is still making futuristic-y fonts. I was told there'd be flying cars. The future lied to me.
Contains support for:
All modern European Latin langauges (Full Latin-A character set), Cyrillic languages (Russian/Serbo-Croat/Bulgarian/Macedoian/Ukranian/Belarussian), Greek
The font TOREN takes its name from a sentient spaceship in the “Ancillary” series by Ann Leckie and is designed as a futuristic display font. Much of the inspiration for this font came from studying science-fiction film posters and book covers which is where the name originated. Important information to know about the font is it is only uppercase and works best as a stand-alone graphic element.
Concrete Honesty is a font based on brutalist architecture:
My aim was to create a set of letters that emulated brutalism’s raw and unpretentious honesty while still conveying the large scale and uncompromising structure brutalist architecture hold. I wanted each letterform to feel grounded with a strong foundation like the building designs.
The font makes use of bold shapes/surfaces and corners as I tried to find balance between asymmetric design of brutalist architecture and the consistency of a legible typeface.