Published: 13th May, 2015
Last edited: 18th May, 2015
Created: 11th May, 2015
This is a collection of letterforms chosen for their looks and not historical correctness, making a (hopefully) wonderful anachronism. I am still a bit undescided about some forms, such as the c and t (are they too plain?) and the x (is it too foreign?). Please pitch in with ideas.
The name "Eerie" I have chosen, because it is one of my favourite words of the English language. It consists of only common letters, but their combination is strange: So many vowels for one consonant, initial double e, final ie. A more "English" way to spell it would be "eary", but that, of course, would have another meaning. Even the sound of it is like a creaking door, making it very self descriptive.
Published: 3rd May, 2013
Last edited: 14th October, 2014
Created: 8th March, 2013
I will be continually working on this font, a letter or so a day. I used to draw peoples names for them, fontstructor just seems easier now.
Published: 24th November, 2010
Last edited: 24th November, 2010
Created: 9th November, 2010
Rot Sans is the type face inspired by decay to find its place in the horror genre and all things decay. The typeface has been developed as a display font, perfect for a whithered away theme.This is a clone