Published: 19th January, 2014
Last edited: 21st January, 2014
Created: 19th January, 2014
A wide bodied typeface for bit mapped urban culture. DAQ or data acquisition is the sampling of signals that measure physical conditions and the conversion of these signals into digital values to be manipulated by a computer DAQ type is a new-bit mapped for both print and web which brings back the glory days of 8 bit backing tracks and penny sized pixels.
Published: 26th October, 2013
Last edited: 4th November, 2013
Created: 9th October, 2013
Font based on the idea of an essentials photograph. Mixing the idea of two fonts together, keep it clean and ordered. Also included Eastern European characters to tie in with my ordered essentials theme of adding mixture of items, different shapes and sizes into an ordered fashion.
Published: 2nd July, 2010
Last edited: 2nd July, 2010
Created: 28th May, 2010
AKROY is a tiny readable font from a 2x2 grid. First of all I try as possible to use no Stack and Composite but at a certain point I had to take advantage of FS2.0
The influence is comming from a mix of genre of a same period 1920~1930: European and russian posters, Art Deco fonts mouvement.
I imerge myslef by passing in review over an hundred of posters and close everything to modestly create this font. ~~
UPPERCASE: use Diagonals ARSVXYZ
LOWERCASE: Mostly Square everywhere
here it'is not for promoting a site but use as a reference of those masters typographers and graphic designers of the 20's and 30's. ~~
Published: 22nd April, 2010
Last edited: 22nd April, 2010
Created: 21st April, 2010
I have made this alphabet to depict the Indo-European language, ancestor of most the modern languages from Europe to India.
In the first consonant series, the small letters p, k, t, b, g, and d are the same as on the keyboard: q=kw, c=ky, v=gw, j=gy, f=bh, u=ghw, x=gh, i=ghy, and z=dh. The capital letters stand for the same letter nasalized, e.g. bh > mbh.
In the second series, small m, r, l, n, w, and y are the same as on the keyboard. Their capitals are their vocalic counterparts, W=u, Y=i, M=.m, etc. Small s is the same as on the keyboard, but capital S becomes superscript s, which in common and optional, as sten.ros/ten.ros "thunder", and comes usually at the beginning of the word. Capital H stands for the laryngeal consonant h2, and small h for h1 and h3, all of which usually just make a short vowel long.
The vowels o, a, and e are as they are on the keyboard, but O, A, and E are their soundless equivalents (usually called "schwa"). The numerals from 1 to 9 are the same, but 10=(, 11=), and 12=0 (zero). i believe that Indo-European originally used a duodecimal system of numbers.
Published: 25th April, 2009
Last edited: 9th June, 2010
Created: 19th February, 2009
this font was/is supposed to be my study project, which's also the reason for his name.
My absolute first attempt on constructing the complete extended latin set!!!
with "newton" i'm trying to get closer to foreign symbols and specialties. What lies closer to do this with my most legible typeface so far...
if you're interested, stay tuned :)
Published: 30th December, 2008
Last edited: 27th August, 2010
Created: 30th December, 2008
Clone of Paperclip.
Redrew, amended and tweaked the following.
",',@,$,@,%,&,£(new), all the glyphs
All European Set This is a clone