Published: 11th February, 2011
Last edited: 11th February, 2011
Created: 4th February, 2011
Based on letters I saw in some fashion magazine many years ago. I found an old note with my hand-drawn sketches of it the other day, and realized it would be perfect for FontStruct. Based on a simple 3x6 grid and very few brick-shapes. Kind of organic and playful letters anyway..
Published: 30th May, 2009
Last edited: 24th June, 2009
Created: 4th May, 2009
Inspired by minimum. This fontstruction employs a variation of the outstanding shading technique used by minimum on the bevel series.
Thanks to meek and the Fontstruct staff for fixing the download.This is a clone
Published: 19th June, 2011
Last edited: 19th June, 2011
Created: 7th June, 2011
Inspired by the pattern of an embossing roller at work, DIAMOND PLATE evokes an image that is both rough AND tough. Designed for use in any industrial or construction setting, or anywhere safety deck plating is a must! Lower case characters are in the cloned version "Diamond Plate LC".
Published: 20th May, 2013
Last edited: 19th June, 2013
Created: 20th May, 2013
My previous Dlina had issues when downloading, and I wasn't just satisfied with it. So, here's different approach. Tried to achieve smooth connection on glyphs like s,k etc. Thanks.This is a clone
Published: 19th May, 2010
Last edited: 22nd May, 2010
Created: 24th March, 2010
This work is based on M.C. Escher's woven ribbon motifs, 1938, 1942. He's made wooden stamps for the basic motifs, and rotated and combined them to create fantastic woven fabric patterns. I've simply taken his idea a step further using combinatorics. Please note, this is a Fontstruct rendering, and as such may differ from the original.
Published: 26th August, 2008
Last edited: 9th June, 2010
Created: 22nd August, 2008
let me introduce my personal CROSSOVER of "arial" and "times new roman", two of the most famous fonts of western typefaces.
nicely presented in a scetchy pencil drawn quickie style :)
it's just lower case yet, but i wanted to share it.
upper case, numerals and symbols to come. really :)
this is especially tasty in small pixel sizes! thanks for attention!
Published: 29th August, 2009
Last edited: 29th August, 2009
Created: 27th January, 2009
For use at pixel level. Also works at 32pt×x, where x=1,2,4,8,etc. ----- This font has been a long time in the making. The dots are such that the curved shapes and squared-off letters just would not resolve to an equal height no matter what I tried. Then after the mixed x-height that came about in yesterday's la Cross, it occurred to me to just let the letters be as tall as they wanted to be. It seems to work for some odd reason. Can someone please explain why it works?This is a clone
Published: 17th February, 2011
Last edited: 16th March, 2011
Created: 7th June, 2010
A typeface inspired by the continent of africa, but mainly by the WorldCup of soccer 2010 in South Africa!
To catch on of the strongest associations for me relating to africa, i chose black and white stripes, maybe to remind of zebras or other animal patterns. But the effect also stands for the "swoosh" of a ball flyin by, for just the the "sporty" feel i wanted it to have.
There's an alternative "a" on "="
Published: 17th March, 2011
Last edited: 9th May, 2011
Created: 12th March, 2011
I was thinking... it could be a nice concept/basic letterform to "pump up" squares!
The upper and lower case sets are different, but not completely. Some of the glyphs only worked in one way...
So here it is. Enjoy and have a beautiful summer!
Published: 20th December, 2011
Last edited: 16th November, 2012
Created: 17th December, 2011
This one looks funny and makes me smile. Yes, it's Happy with "i" :) I may work further on this, who knows. Thx.
Published: 26th July, 2010
Last edited: 15th August, 2010
Created: 24th July, 2010
Another script experiment, again with a pinch of blackletter, but also with a solid lacing of rock'n'roll... For the fun/easiness of it, this was done with pre-2.0-features only. Funny how this already gives is an old-school feel. :)
A lot of refinement is still to be done... Suggestions are, as always, welcome!
And I will probably add some more latin characters soon...