Published: 30th October, 2012
Last edited: 10th November, 2012
Created: 29th October, 2012
Conduit is a display font inspired by electricity pylon designs from around the world. Each letter has a sturdy, structured look, featuring latticed crossbeams and a thick angular outline.
Conduit is great for making an impact if used sparingly, but not so good for large bodies of text. It’s also well suited to larger sizes, showing off it’s detailed structure and utilising it’s bold design to the fullest.This is a clone
This font was created based originally on the word 'Gregarious'. From that I researched Social Housing in the UK. These are spaces designed to house many people for as cheap as possible. I used compound blocks to create complex detailed flats that stack up as high as a tower block usually would.