Published: 1st November, 2013
Last edited: 23rd November, 2013
Created: 29th October, 2013
I created this type face on the theme 'Sharp' - I started by looking at sharp shapes and the obvious one was a triangle. This lead me to the Star of David and I looked at Daniel Libeskind's designs for the Jewish Museum in Berlin. I experimented with which letters fit into the religious symbol and it turned out that they all did! After making a 3D version of the font I decided to fill it with black to give more of a contrast and make it more legible! So here it is... The Star of Harriet 3D Black!
Improvements welcomed!This is a clone of White Star
Published: 28th October, 2013
Last edited: 2nd November, 2013
Created: 17th October, 2013
People are afraid. That's what makes us human. It's part of our animal instinct - when we come across something dangerous, our fight-or-flight instinct kicks in. I surveyed a class of students and asked them what they found frightening. The responses were varied, and although some were predictable, and others highly unusual, I found a common theme in many; things that bite, claw, and sting. With this in mind I started to design this font using shapes inspired by both the teeth of modern domestic dogs and of wild wolves. That's why I chose to name it 'Fenrir' - the great wolf of Norse mythology.