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.
Published: 23rd August, 2019
Last edited: 24th November, 2015
Created: 13th October, 2015
This font is a response to the Type project in 1st year at UWE. This first fontstruction and typeface was based on the theme of Disintegration. I conducted research by looking into video games, digital glitches and how deterioration and decay impacts both the visual quality and deferred meaning. This font can also represent deinterlacing. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.