Published: 18th February, 2014
Last edited: 4th March, 2014
Created: 11th February, 2014
The design was inspired by the Art Deco era typefaces and architecture. While constructed with simple shapes, it is strong, bold, stylistic, and commands attention. Created in Des Moines, this is Des Deco.
Published: 3rd August, 2012
Last edited: 5th August, 2012
Created: 3rd August, 2012
I came up with an idea to combine art deco with futuristic techno style. The effect is seen above, although this is a variation on the original. This one comes in italics and only the italic version joins the LDR family. The original needs to be redone in hi-res, it's gonna take me a while. It's much easier to work with high resolution on angular (anything blocky, with fair amount of angles) fonts, surprisingly, in some cases it can even take less time and everything is alright with spacing.
LC only, "F"'s and "E"'s are a bit different. Also some letters in the lowercase are open. Enjoy, second font tonight.
Published: 29th January, 2012
Last edited: 14th December, 2012
Created: 28th January, 2012
Part of my studies. Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Braunschweig / Braunschweig University of ArtThis is a clone
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: 28th October, 2020
Last edited: 31st January, 2012
Created: 29th January, 2012
Part of my studies. Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Braunschweig / Braunschweig University of ArtThis is a clone of Vertikale Egyptienne