Published: 23rd March, 2015
Last edited: 25th March, 2015
Created: 3rd March, 2015
Bit-sintegration is a stylized display type-face designed to look like the characters are breaking away into smaller bits. Features an all-caps alphabet, all numerical characters, and basic punctuation. This Type was crafted for a project in my Typography class.
Published: 21st October, 2014
Last edited: 26th October, 2014
Created: 2nd October, 2014
This is Fracture my first font. My chosen theme for this project was ‘disintegrate’. I began by looking up synonyms for my theme and I explored them visually in my sketchbook, just basic pencil sketches of a handful of letters. I went for quite illustrative type with a simple structure – the effect layered over the letter. Whilst flicking through ‘typography sketchbooks’ I found some work I liked and considered to be a similar style to mine – urban influences. The letter works on a square of 10-34 across with a width of about 10 squares on the elements of the letter itself, although it varies on corners and joins which gives it a block or slab style. Because of the styling of the typeface I would say it’s use is in short texts or headings. It works better on small scales as on a larger scale the curves and disintegrating effect begin to pixelate.