An experiment based on: "What if an 8 color wheel was a letter O?" A work in progress just to bring up the potential of the new update. P.S. This font has nothing to do with LGBT, these are just rainbow colors.
One of my older ideas. A font where you can basically change the colors to get a different nation (this one is Belgium) that uses vertical triband flag. Not sure if I should publish every country one-by-one though. What do you think?
A font inspired by German films of the 1920s, such as The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (hence the name). Doesn't have a complete letter set; somewhat rushed to publish.
Art-deco style font developed from the letter s (which wasn't that easy to make).
Decorative experimental letters drawn around XX pattern.
Laevi is an Ancient Themed Font
Uppercase Letters: normal letters
Lowercase Letters: has some modifications (ß is an exception)
C, E, F, H, K, N, S, and X: has connections upwards
L, N, R, and Z: has connections downwards
G and Q: has a swoosh
O: has a different design
Numbers : normal numbers
< : different design of 0
> : connection upwards 2
$ : connection upwards 4
^ : connection upwards 6
` : connection downwards 9
My first font based on old style cyrillic letters transformed to modern gothic and hard rock letters! Latin and Cyrillic glyphs with basic symbols.
"´" ACUTE - Ligature down > up (before n,m,v,w,x - execept after o,v,w)
"`" GRAVE - Ligature up > down (after o,v,w - except before n,m,v,w,x )
What better way to celebrate our bright future than pushing a whole creative medium forward? Introducing Brick Patching – a combinatoric approach to constructing hyper-tunable curved and angular modular forms.
Stay tuned to this space; *eventually I will describe this highly useful hack and fully document the technique.
Upgrade your gray matter cuz one day it may matter.
Made for FontStruct's Future Competition. This display typeface was designed with a little influence from stencil, this font has rounded corners intermixed with angular corners, and gaps in unusual places. It also uses the “two-storey” lowercase g, which was a challenge to fit cohesively within the restrictions I gave myself.
ASCII + Cyrillic.