Published: 4th March, 2011
Last edited: 5th March, 2011
Created: 4th March, 2011
How about this way, Xenophilius? :^)
It looks, err, rather covoluted at the default display size. Try zooming in! 8)
P.S. There’s a starting character on Í (option+shift+s for Mac). Spaces can be used to pad the wave effect and create shapes and background textures. Enjoy!
Published: 27th August, 2010
Last edited: 10th March, 2012
Created: 13th May, 2010
doesn't use anything new, but with all the energy on the site today, i got motivated to finish something :) i guess this is a multi-inline, pseudo-stencil-ish, art deco-ish type of font.
Published: 6th August, 2015
Last edited: 13th August, 2015
Created: 5th August, 2015
An update of Big Fat Shaded, using bricks that weren't available during its initial release. Diagonal shadows are now a little thicker. I've also re-drawn a few letters I didn't quite like, and added numerals, a period, and a comma. As always, lowercase is the fill layer for the uppercase.This is a clone of Big Fat Shaded
Published: 27th February, 2009
Last edited: 16th June, 2009
Created: 25th February, 2009
Use the Big Fat fonts with each other in different colours for awesome chromatic effects.
Inspired by the award winning Optica by Manuel Guerrero, this is Big Fat Shaded's big sister. Same letter shapes but with a more vibratory, well, vibe. Great for drop caps. The two-tone effect still works - just set one layer in uppercase, one in lowercase.
A blank vibrating square can be found at "-" and space, and the uppercase is at "_".This is a clone of Big Fat Shaded
Published: 9th November, 2009
Last edited: 9th November, 2009
Created: 21st October, 2009
I was interested by the movement and vibrations created from sound for this typeface as part of my first year of Graphic Design.
I experimented with speakers with paint and corn, taking photographs of the movement throughout.
This is a simple sans serif typeface, using different sized cubes to create the effect of noise or vibration flowing out of the type.
Published: 9th November, 2010
Last edited: 9th November, 2010
Created: 5th November, 2010
I made this typeface as part of a project named 'Found Type', basing it on the word 'vibration'. I decided to make my font look like the visual representations of sound, looking at the marks made in the music program GarageBand when I recorded music on it for inspiration.
I created a structured base alphabet, and later added lines to make the letters look like sound waves.This is a clone of piece of pie