Published: 21st June, 2012
Last edited: 20th June, 2012
Created: 15th June, 2012
Concept inspired by the Budmo Family by Ray Larabie (http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/larabie/budmo/), old wine bottles, nineteenth century sideshows/circuses, and Las Vegas.
Published: 9th May, 2012
Last edited: 10th May, 2012
Created: 8th May, 2012
Attempt at a font that mixes triangular and rectangular glyphs. Some words don't look too great in it but on the whole I'm pleased with the result!
Published: 30th October, 2009
Last edited: 7th November, 2009
Created: 30th October, 2009
Maybe shifting to CCAN licensing will discourage pilferers from trying to make money out of my designs. Cheek!
Published: 29th November, 2012
Last edited: 29th November, 2012
Created: 29th November, 2012
I thought I might use the new bricks to create an update of Black Metal. The result, however, was more like a steampunk thingy but more organic...
Published: 6th February, 2011
Last edited: 18th February, 2011
Created: 3rd January, 2011
More fun with composite stacks, packing more detail into smaller grids. The crosshatching is made less regular by alternating and rotating a set of three four similar, yet distinct bricks. correction made on 2/15This is a clone of Fat Bit
Published: 27th May, 2013
Last edited: 27th July, 2013
Created: 27th May, 2013
A swarthy and stout decorative script of humble origins. Gaze fixed on the far horizon, he readies himself to cast fortune on the seven seas. Every pirate has their beginnings somewhere...This is a clone
Published: 20th April, 2008
Last edited: 24th June, 2009
Created: 20th April, 2008
The goal was to make a blackletter font with the fewest blocks necessary. I need to add all the other symbols. Not too happy with those Z's.
Published: 2nd May, 2010
Last edited: 20th June, 2009
Created: 11th May, 2009
The Internet is a series of tubes, not a big truck. A sample can be viewed here:
Published: 19th April, 2008
Last edited: 19th June, 2009
Created: 19th April, 2008
This started as one of my first fonstructions, but I never got around to finishing it. The capital letters proved too vexing. But the lower case came out well enough.This is a clone
Published: 16th September, 2008
Last edited: 15th June, 2009
Created: 13th September, 2008
UK Road Signs. ASCII 33 to 114 in order of the DOT diagram numbers. Check pattern represents red.
Chevrons and lane markings are spaced to butt together.
See RoadSigns2 for the other half!This is a clone
Published: 8th September, 2011
Last edited: 19th January, 2014
Created: 7th September, 2011
If you saw "Just Lines" from me you will understand this font.
Yes, yes, just vertical lines :DThis is a clone of Just Lines