Published: 20th October, 2015
Last edited: 2nd November, 2015
Created: 14th October, 2015
Wave Stroke, inspired by the theme of fluidity, is a decorative font for display use. The original concept was to have basic block sans serif letters that appears to be filling up with water. I then approached a more open design with the wave strokes being more decorative. The multiple strokes that make up the letters are influenced by the idea of flowing water. This is evident in it’s wave-like features which add elegance and a calming effect. I feel that Wave Stroke could be best used on signage for businesses such as the mind and body care industry and on book covers and publications. This is a clone
Published: 10th August, 2015
Last edited: 10th August, 2015
Created: 10th August, 2015
This is a throwback to my old font, "Crunch Munch" that I made back in 2009. This time, with a different take by using using outlines with round strokes.
Published: 19th November, 2014
Last edited: 19th November, 2014
Created: 16th October, 2014
For this type face I was inspired by the posters created for the iconic music venue The Fillmore in San Francisco in the 60s and 70s. I wanted the letter forms to look hand crafted and lose, but still easily legible which was difficult using a grid and blocks! Some of the thickness and curves still need to be improved and I am currently working on a second draft with different up strokes on the Bs, Ds etc.
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
Published: 28th October, 2014
Last edited: 28th October, 2014
Created: 23rd October, 2014
When I started the project I was immediately drawn to script font and I paired this with the fluid theme to experiment with various ways of pairing the two. It started as a more random, decorative script font then evolved into a consistent letterform. After a lot of hours in Fontstruct I feel I was able to overcome some of the problems I had initially and was able to turn my ideas into an actual script based typeface. I would use this font for Titles and decorative purposes.
Published: 15th September, 2014
Last edited: 5th February, 2015
Created: 15th September, 2014
Clone of CURV - All CURVES saved in My Bricks.
All curves: 2 x 2; 2,5 x 2,25; 2,5 x 2,5; 3 x 3; 3,5 x 3,5; 4 x 4This is a clone of CURV - All CURVES saved in My Bricks
Published: 19th August, 2014
Last edited: 22nd February, 2015
Created: 19th August, 2014
An improved version of the first one I made. Revised letters, vowels turned into diacritics (so essentially, the script's already an alphabet), and curves. The curves last time sucked. Also, I changed the m, as it was impossible to make the m I first envisioned, but the new version looks similar to the previous one. Punctuations now work similar to how English punctuation works, and the imperative is removed (it will turn into a form of the verb).
Published: 25th April, 2014
Last edited: 18th December, 2015
Created: 24th April, 2014
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Decan is a decorative regular type with rounded features and thin connections inspired in vintage lettering. Suggestions are welcome. :)
(This is not finished yet, S, V and some other characters need refinement)This is a clone of Donibo
Published: 11th November, 2013
Last edited: 4th December, 2013
Created: 10th November, 2013
'Repertor' is a display typeface inspired by hand-rendered calligraphy and brush stroke textures. The typeface evolved from exploring physical properties of my starting theme 'motion' and combining this with nautical elements, mostly found close to Bristol Harbour - the name 'Repertor' has been taken from a Thames sailing barge. This is a clone
Published: 4th November, 2013
Last edited: 15th November, 2013
Created: 27th October, 2013
Font inspired by the small mechanical parts of a variety of watches that feature circular and curved rotating/moving parts. The added patterns and detail is something I felt help would lift the shape and form of each individual letter. Each letter features either one or two crosses which represent the hole from an individual part of a watch used for a screw or separate piece. This is a clone
Published: 1st November, 2013
Last edited: 22nd November, 2013
Created: 30th October, 2013
I started off looking at the word 'curves' and after generally looking at spirals and curved objects I decided to make the letters themselves curve. I cut the letter 'A' out of black cardboard and placed it in a glass of water, and then photographed it at many different angles and positions. I really liked the distorted effect the water had on the letters, and so after changing the theme to 'reflection' I carried on this technique with the rest of the alphabet. 'Pane in my glass' is made up of my favourite shapes that came out of this experimentation.
Published: 23rd October, 2013
Last edited: 25th October, 2013
Created: 5th September, 2013
Lancaster was born while playing with filters and angles: it's spacial-age look it's a mix between knife-like terminations and wide curves. Very soon: punctuation.