This geometric, sans serif typeface is based on the biological process endocytosis. Having an interest in science, I wanted to create a font that was both interesting to look at and, in some way, informative. Each letter (cell) is linked to the next by particles. The indents in each letter imitate the invagination of the plasma membrane, forming a pocket around the particle. In the cell, the particles are then ingested and transformed into vesicles. In summary, this is what endocytosis is.
I designed this font based on the word 'Thunderous'. My thinking in how the word relates is due to the Norse God Thor. I then started to look in to old Norse culture, this got me interested in runes. So with deeper research in to the Futharks spawned this type.
My first attempt at an angled font.
% is a little wonky - use a space, , or . after it to prevent potential collisions.
Finally finished all upper case letters
I didn't make lowwer case
It really takes time so I decided to stop after I finish ? ! % $ & # @ 0123456789
#Cookielord here it is, I've finish all upper case
This blocky and industrial font was inspired by architechtural features on a large multistory car park near where I live. I took pictures of multiple elements from the building and rearranged and rotated the shapes to create letter forms, and used shading to create a 3 dimensional effect to mimic the structures depth when seen in person.
Extremely blocky typeface, meant for large text of 36 point and up. Feel free to improve upon it!
A strong, geometric font that makes your brain wobble Font inspired by Escher