Mantis was created by a first year graphic design student. The design is intended to be simple yet unsettling.
A slightly warped version of a pixel font. I made the slanted edges out of 1/12 triangles.
An evil electromagnetic zigzag tape reel. Looks almost embossed, as if the letters were "pressed" into the waves somehow. In that way it reminds me of old hand-operated label makers. It also makes me think of electricity, TV static, ocean waves, tire tracks, fractured glass, and more depending on font size and color.
The name is inspired by an attack from a notorious NES game, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde".
Made by request: An experimental logotype design meant to be high-impact and high-energy, such as befits a speed metal band's album cover.
It contains my own inspirations as well as those of the band, who sketched a few prototypes.
This is clearly unfinished not only in terms of glyphs but also kerning. I was only requested to make the glyphs "AEIMNPRV" and the rest can be considered as doodles... at least, for now. It seems that there's a trend wherein people who make requests of me just want one-off designs like this as opposed to refined and finished ones. But, I'll continue this one on my own if inspiration strikes.
Designed to have a look which is slightly swept and slightly chiseled. The name is inspired by Dyna Blade, a giant bird from the game "Kirby Super Star".
Recommended: Use with kerning ON
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.
Focus-Point typeface stemmed from a chosen theme, energetic. As I developed my ideas I looked closer at dynamic movement as a form of energy. I also wanted to demonstrate how energy can be wild or focused on one thing. The connecting joints of the typeface show the energy focused on one stationary point before and after it explosively moves across the page to form the remainder of the letter.