Published: 25th October, 2013
Last edited: 25th October, 2013
Created: 24th October, 2013
The ogham was a form of gaelic runes, generally written right to left when horizontal. I figured I'd make this interesting ancient script into a useable font. I've seen a few of these around, but one more isn't going to hurt.
Published: 18th October, 2013
Last edited: 18th October, 2013
Created: 27th March, 2013
A dot at every corner, end of line, and intersection. A dotted line, never a diagonal one, everywhere else. Congratulations, you have Hard Edges.
Published: 19th December, 2012
Last edited: 31st March, 2013
Created: 8th November, 2012
For this Non-latin font, I looked at the shapes of letters (their forms) and made them into the exotic look you see here. LC is same as UC.
Published: 30th October, 2012
Last edited: 27th November, 2012
Created: 26th October, 2012
This is a typeface based on the word dynamic, I looked into electricity, and thought that circuit boards would be a great sector to look at. Using parallel lines and consideration of the way the type flows.
Published: 27th October, 2012
Last edited: 27th October, 2012
Created: 21st October, 2012
This typeface is the response to the word order. I was influenced by Art Deco design, as well as the form of grids. It was developed by hand using a ruler and pen, experimenting with spacing and curves. The same shapes and angles are used right throughout, lending to the idea of an ordered typeface.
Published: 28th February, 2012
Last edited: 28th February, 2012
Created: 28th February, 2012
You may know that old men wear their pants very high on themselves, if you've ever seen an old man wearing pants. I based this font after old man pants in that the horizontal lines, especially in the uppercase, are close to the top of the letter. (by the way this is my first font ever!)