The typeface Chop originally came into fruition as Chop Chop and was later shortened for convenience. The name comes from the process in which it was made, by chopping off what would normally be rounded. It has both playful and sinister qualities. Chop reminisces of a simpler time when computer games still came on floppy disks and the Internet was dial-up.
Common uses for Chop include but are not limited to: laser engraved ax handles, mix CDs, laser engraved knife handles, mixtapes, album covers and graffiti.
This font was made for street food vendor which we call PKL. My team got tahu campur which means mixed tofu. Inspired by the tofu, I made the font literally square like a tofu (lol). Tahu campur has bold taste which result in also a bold font. Shadow made by request. Hope you like the font! Please leave some comments for a better changes so we all can improve. Thanks~This is a clone of Like a Tofu
This font makes use of the most ancient forms of each of our capital English letters. Glyphs that would have been repeated because of shared origins have been given alternate forms of the original glyph to enable differentiation. The question and exclamation mark originate with Latin, written with two letters vertically, and in this version are written the same way but with the original forms of the letters. The rest of the punctuation comes from Greek origins or is made to look similar. The following website can act as a key for the meaning of each letter: http://www.ancient-hebrew.org/3_al.html
Here is a (somewhat refined) departure/sequel to the example design I created to help inspire their projects. :)
Alternates are included in the lowercase. Just letters for now...
Bump the zoom up a few notches in the preview widget to get proper hairline spacing. Enjoy!This is a clone