This FontStruction has a duck's characters. Where that font was inspired from "pecel bebek", the best seller of Cak Gun's stand, one of street food merchant in Surabaya. So, I made it looks like the font has tail and beak's duck.
Inspired by the glass commonly used to drink coffee in "Warung Kopi". Warung Kopi are traditional coffee stands found in Indonesia. People (mostly men) often spend their time chatting, smoking, drinking coffee, or eating traditional snacks in these stands. These stands are often very simple, but provide a kind atmosphere to socialize with others..
This typeface was inspired by Indonesian food called 'Sate Kelopo'. In the corner of the stem there is a serif to show the ' serundeng' or called coconut from 'Sate Kelopo'. Between the stem and the stroke there is a gap to show that in each stick of the satay , there are 4-5 meats which stabbed one by one. And in every meats there is a little gap in it that show a gap between the stem and stroke.
This Typeface was adapted by the shape of duck. In the end of the stroke there is an arch that symbolizes as ducks' tail. In letter B you can see the shape a duck clearly, the upper bowl describe the duck's head and the lower bowl describe the duck's body.
This font inspired from a Duck :D! I made this decorative duck typeface look cute by using a curvy shape. I also add some signatures of a duck wich is beak and wings. This work is not yet done, but i will finish it as fast as i can, so please kindly leave commend if i did something wrong, i hope you can give a good suggestion to support my work. :D
Font ini terinspirasi dari cangkir pada kopi yang biasanya terdapat pada Warkop atau cafe. Font ini masih dalam tahap pengembangan, apabila ada kekurangan, silahkan berikan saran dan solusi untuk membuatnya lebih baik.
This font is based from cups of coffee that usually founded in cafe. This font currently is under development, please give a suggestion or solution to improve this font.
Font version 1.00 (2016.05.03)
Typeface Sate Ayam ini divisualkan dari bentukan paruh ayam yang dikombinasikan dengan batik dari madura sehingga typeface ini memiliki bentuk serif yang menyerupai bentuk tanaman paku dimana tanaman tersebut bentuknya melingkar ke bawah, dan tipe atau kategori yang saya gunakan adalah perkembangan dari tipe serif yang memiliki bentuk tajam pada ujung hurufnya.
The original name of this Typeface is "Sambal Bebek"
My typeface is inspired from the most famous Indonesian eating companion, Sambal. Sambal is an authentic Indonesian spicy dipping. Sambal contains chili, garlic, tomato, etc. Because of its spiciness, chili is the most famous ingridient of Sambal . Sambal mostly used as a companion for eating fried duck (Bebek Goreng), penyetan, etc. As chili is the most famous ingridient, it impacts my typeface form which looks like chilis (a little bit curly).
Clone of Tipo Tahu.This is a clone
A typeface inspired by Indonesian Food, Sate Madura. Madura is a small island in East Java. They have a lot of traditional things which can not be found in another place. Their famous traditional culture are Sate (some people call it Satay), and their Madura pattern Batik. I decide to combine these contents into one typeface, and here it is!
This was inspired of a fried duck seller named Paijo. He was very humble and really funny. He treated the customers well. So, i made one inspired of his characters instead of the food that he sold. Classic yet fun.
Kacangado is a wordplay of 'Kacang' that means 'Peanut' in English and 'Gado', taken from an Indonesian traditional food 'Gado-gado' that is served with peanut sauce, potatoes, eggs, lettuces, and other vegetables. Thus the peanut-inspired letters.
A rather simple typeface inspired from Lamongan of East Java's special dish, Pecel. A meal made of rice topped with herb, served with fried meat (usually duck, catfish, chicken, etc.), fried tofu and tempe, cucumber slices, basil, and cabbage slices.
This typeface features a simplified and pixelated design combined with duck features, to emphasis the specialty of Bebek Pecel. Hence the name of Bebek Pexel (Pecel Pixel).
This font is based on the combination of a local culture and a traditional food. With combining thick and thin strokes, with adding a little bit of "tail" on the end of every glyphs, this font have a certain goal, which is to show the beauty of a city called Lamongan which is famous for it's traditional food: Pecel Lele.
Comments and critics are very welcomed. Thanks!:)
Outlined typeface. The result was pleasantly vernacular. Now with a “fill” companion.
A “fill” companion to Rough Cut.This is a clone of Rough Cut