Published: 9th January, 2014
Last edited: 9th January, 2014
Created: 11th April, 2013
I have always loved Grafitti and although impossible to capture the spontaneity of spraying the underpass or my neighbour's wall, here is a possible alternative!
Published: 25th October, 2011
Last edited: 4th December, 2011
Created: 22nd October, 2011
The font Flomotion is the outcome to my first semester at UWE, studying Graphic Design. The task was to create a full typeface on the font building website, fontstruct.com. The final design had to relate to a chosen theme, my chosen theme for this project was Motion in which I pursued the subject of optical illusions. I liked the idea of trying to create a false sense of movement with a font, taking inspiration from existing optical illusions with the same effect. This then led me to look at the 'Op' art movement of the 1960's, in particular the extensive work of Bridget Riley. Her use of black and white line giving the illusion of depth had a big influence on my work and I think my final design reflects this.
Published: 21st June, 2011
Last edited: 21st June, 2011
Created: 16th June, 2011
A simple art-deco-style font, alternate glyphs at the lower case slot.
-For the glory of God
Published: 10th April, 2011
Last edited: 10th April, 2011
Created: 9th April, 2011
This font contains 12 women traditional style from any place in Indonesia.
A = Javanese Women (Java)
B = North Sumatra woman
C = Minang woman (West Sumatra)
D = Malay woman (Lampung)
E = Balinese woman (Bali)
F = East Nusa Tenggara woman
G = Jambi woman (Jambi)
H = Javanese woman 2 (West Java)
I = Dayak woman (West Kalimantan/Borneo)
J = Dayak woman 2 (East Kalimantan/Borneo)
K = Batak Karo woman (West Sumatra)
L = Minang woman wedding style (West Sumatra)
Published: 13th August, 2009
Last edited: 13th September, 2009
Created: 8th August, 2009
Freestyle is not a usual font, as you see. The concept was inspired by the "How very Tokyo"-poster by Spin (I posted it in the comments). I liked the idea of cutting every letter into pieces so it looks artistic but is still readable.
Freestyle consists of three parts: the whole letter at the top and in the middle/at the bottom there are parts of it, cut vertically.
Upper- and Lowercase are different. Under construction, more glyphs to come. This can be used e.g. for posters or magazine layouts. What do you think about this experiment?
< = alt.I
> = alt.I
* = alt.space
# = alt.space
Published: 3rd June, 2008
Last edited: 22nd June, 2009
Created: 3rd June, 2008
I see this font particularly indicated for brochures and ad about art and design. Uppercase, numbers and basic punctation only.
Update: Set expanded with lowercase.
Published: 28th October, 2020
Last edited: 23rd June, 2009
Created: 5th August, 2008
The continuation of the new and exciting Bubble Lab Collab started by kix and william right here.
Comment, sign on, and get your game on over there.
Two battle cries from the Fantastic Four.
E= Battle Cry of the Thing
F= Battle Cry of the Human Torch drawn with old school comic book flame lines.