A plutonium-powered type, that can get you there in 0-88 MPH. (WARNING: Some minor alterations in present reality may occur when using this heavy typeface, but will produce some results that didn't previously exist in your normal day-to-day design project)This is a clone
As I like the glyphs' shapes of midi-trente etc I let myself be inspired by fonts in FS 'op art' set to get an additional style for the "midi" series.This is a clone
It's split horizontally. An uppercase letter one line above the same lowercase letter produces a full 5x10 letterform.
Unlike other fonts with similar ideas, this one is made in a nonstandardized way. Some letters can be extended beyond 2 lines of height without changing their structure and some can't. By experimenting with these forms one might discover new styles.
Despite what the preview shows, there is no line spacing at all.
"Tameshigiri" means "test cutting".
Original size: 4pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
A blade sliced down through every 4th column of pixels. Only a few glyphs were lucky (or narrow!) enough to escape.
"Guillotine Blade" is also an anagram for "Liable Longitude".
This is a display styled font.
Apocalypse inspired. The design gives off the feeling of sheets of metal almost being bolted together with a twist of having negative space keeping them seperated.
Richter is a font inspired by the idea of instability. I initially looked at the idea of falling; the aftermath of an earthquake. However, the current design looks not at the aftermath of an earthquake, but at the aftermath of falling. The design is heavily inspired by breaking, smashing and the general consequences of an unstable object splitting apart.
This seems to have taken inspiration from my First-TP-font "Sandor Basic Stripes" :) but was in fact inspired by shattered windows of a deserted building.
This is the first font of a "set" which I'll publish on or just before the 1st day of every month, for a year.
This design started out with a blocky look on thick bases to create a kind of joined-up look.
But a glitch on 2 glyphs gave the gap, which I liked upon reflection and recreated on all glyphs. I adjusted spacing and some drops below the baseline.
It is cloneable because I'm sure that my fellow Fontstructors can add great glyphs to make it more useful. The font could do with more symbols, punctuation and some basic diacritics ;)
Another of my new-style UC stencil fonts. The German word 'Trennung' means 'separation' or 'parting', a fitting name for a stencil I think.