Published: 22nd November, 2013
Last edited: 26th November, 2013
Created: 20th November, 2013
What it says on the tin...
This is font is based on Minecraftia by http://djdch.com/ and can be found here: http://www.dafont.com/minecraftia.font
Published: 2nd February, 2009
Last edited: 29th January, 2014
Created: 26th January, 2009
This is inspired by everything and nothing. Since the first brick, "FS Signo" was made for titles and other big letterings.
one of my main ideas to this was trying to combine classic and modern styles of type in one font... hm.
there's no lower case in construction, but numerals and roman symbols to follow.
feel free to download and use it :)
PS: the normal preview sucks. best watch it in pixelpreview...
Published: 25th April, 2009
Last edited: 9th June, 2010
Created: 19th February, 2009
this font was/is supposed to be my study project, which's also the reason for his name.
My absolute first attempt on constructing the complete extended latin set!!!
with "newton" i'm trying to get closer to foreign symbols and specialties. What lies closer to do this with my most legible typeface so far...
if you're interested, stay tuned :)
Published: 17th April, 2008
Last edited: 11th November, 2010
Created: 17th April, 2008
This is my humble attempt to design a more modern translation of the beautiful 1896 Berthold masterpiece Akzidenz Grotesk. It’s no Helvetica, but the result is pretty interesting nonetheless. Check out the counter spaces in the lowercase forms—they took the most design thinking/work.
Published: 26th October, 2011
Last edited: 19th September, 2011
Created: 19th September, 2011
The Resolution font is designed as a conceptual piece of work, complementing my research in the cognitive and graphic aspects of type. I began working with this form in the summer of 2011 by creating the symbols which would fit into a certain matrix and consist of as little square pixels as possible, thus approaching the conceptual and peceptual boundaries of legibility. After Resolution 3x4 I went further and designed Resolution 3x3, which is even more closer to the limit of legibility than 3x4.
There is an important aspect in such minimalistic and conceptual approach–-it is the similarity of these types with the weaving patterns, which can be traced back to many archaic European cultures. The Resolution font makes a tribute to these original, pre-alphabetic systems of information encoding through weaving patterns.
At the same time Resolution font is made to emphasize the importance of square pixel as a structural and conceptual limit of digital reality, which comes to an end when a certain resolution is reached. It applies both to visual encoding of information (with pixel as a graphic building block) and the structure of information proper (the true-false logic). Instead of creating the illusion of continuity, Resolution font is about being aware of the media and digital (and thus quantized) nature of an image which is falsely perceived as continuous.