Based on the relationship between ink and water, experimenting with the way the two liquids merge and the variation of patterns they create. The font does not follow one distinct pattern, it displays the variation of impressions these two fluids can create. The typeface is a display font, not designed to be used for large bodies of text.
Published: 27th October, 2015
Last edited: 6th December, 2015
Created: 20th October, 2015
The word 'Destruction' lead me to create a simple block test, thinking about points of stress where breaks may occur in the letter. I then looked at ruins and began to work out ways of creating 3D shapes by picking out shadows, using different thicknesses of lines. This sparked and idea related to the channel 4 logo which I interpreted to form a style and set of rules to continue throughout the typeface.
Published: 29th October, 2013
Last edited: 15th November, 2013
Created: 13th October, 2013
This font originated from the theme of "squishy". I took the literal term of this to begin with and played around with squishing a sponge into different letter shapes, however soon found out this did not work well with letters such as "R" which contains a hole. I therefore started to play around with putty and found that by pulling it apart it left a "flick". This related quite well to one of the blocks acutely being a "flick". I thought this "flick" could also represent when something is gloopy. I wanted my font to be fairly legible, so it has turned out very simple - the lower case more than the upper case as the grid I was working with was very small. The font is named "Séparé" meaning "separate" in french, as the main feature of the font is the "flick" formed when the putty or a gloopy substance such as cake mix is separated.
Published: 24th June, 2008
Last edited: 3rd August, 2008
Created: 24th June, 2008
Another version of my font "I Love U 2" with separated letters instead of overlapped. Enjoy!
Please do leave a comment!This is a clone of I Love U 2