Published: 10th July, 2014
Last edited: 25th November, 2015
Created: 10th July, 2014
+++work in progress+++
The hardest one was "z" until i saw theres a cool solution made out of "a" :D However this in NOT inspired by 60ies, i was more thinking about Tattoo Art, or some kind of a slashing Samurai thingy... Thats maybe why i changed the name from "Dark Matter" to "Dark Shogun"
Published: 12th June, 2013
Last edited: 16th September, 2013
Created: 5th June, 2013
Very rough Script.
Vertical design with 45degres connection. Each individual glyph are unsightly but combine in words it has its charm.
Use Uppercase for the first letter of each word
All lowercase are connected.
Published: 8th June, 2011
Last edited: 9th June, 2011
Created: 7th June, 2011
Kemasyuran Jawa (in Indonesian) = Notoriety of Java (in english). I think i need to tell the world that Java and Thai is different. And, enjoy the font
Published: 22nd October, 2009
Last edited: 10th December, 2012
Created: 9th October, 2009
Basmachi is a Central-Asian flavoured typeface inspired by Cyrillic titling fonts in popular use in Kazakhstani public schools.
Published: 14th April, 2009
Last edited: 22nd June, 2009
Created: 24th March, 2009
Influenced by the album Juturna by Circa Survive, I created this font from my listening experience. Also, Esao Andrews album art for Juturna also coerced me into a more grungy feel for the letter forms. I also don't see many typefaces like this, so I wanted to design letters that are thinner and might be perceived as nervous or appalling, maybe even hastily scrawled, like last words before an unplanned death. I don't plan to start a revolution, just enjoy Juturna.
Published: 11th April, 2008
Last edited: 24th February, 2009
Created: 11th April, 2008
Based on a partial lowercase I designed in 2007 inspired by Einhorn, Eclat, Deftone Stylus, and Magneto. Contains full Latin, Latin-1, and Extended Latin A character sets. No Extended Latin B though (screw you, Vietnamese and Pan-Nigerian!)
UPDATED 24 February 2009: Fixed spacing (hopefully).