Published: 9th July, 2013
Last edited: 8th July, 2013
Created: 25th March, 2013
I started this in march this year. I was just stoked about some work of thalamic (i don`t know which font it was, tho), so i began fontstructing this about half the height, i think. While doing that i stumbled upon old stuff like posters from the early 30ies. Somehow all this mixed up in my mind, just to explain why it`s called histamic. Apparently in progress, like always!
Come on, it`s free :)
Published: 18th September, 2012
Last edited: 5th February, 2013
Created: 30th August, 2012
This font combines the aestethics of Fraktur and Roman typefaces. It is also (now fully) stencil. But you would need a strong material for the schabelons, as most counters only have one opening. // The name "Düpbøl" is the combination of the German and Danish names of the same town in Southern Jutland ("Düppel" and "Dybbøl" respectively).
Published: 11th January, 2010
Last edited: 11th January, 2010
Created: 11th January, 2010
My version of this historic piece of art. Only capital letters and numbers are trully the work of Van Doesburg, then i tried to complete the family with my own considerations, trying to be respectful of the original rules for the face.
Published: 21st April, 2008
Last edited: 16th June, 2009
Created: 21st April, 2008
NXTSTP is an uppercase display face, based loosely on early 20th century bus/rail typography. It has a nice hand drawn aesthetic. If you like this font, you'll want to take a look at my newer version, "bootlegger," which has been expanded and optimized for print with 170 characters.