Published: 7th October, 2012
Last edited: 7th October, 2012
Created: 6th October, 2012
There's something DIN-esque about it, I know. It may be partly because I've always loved that font. However, no font was the source of inspiration for this. The idea was simply to create something generic. If, in the process, it ended resembling DIN or any other font, it's purely by chance (and geometry). Because of it's eventual looks, the name is an obvious play on the word 'din'.
Published: 4th November, 2009
Last edited: 4th November, 2009
Created: 14th October, 2009
Although build from scratch, AUGHT should really appear as a clone of ought because the idea is the same, just a different execution. Some glyphs came together fairly easy (A B C etc.), others took some doing (T Y S), some just don't work out well (G P Q Z), and some worked too well (I J).
Published: 8th April, 2009
Last edited: 4th September, 2013
Created: 2nd April, 2009
...because it's not quite blackletter, is it? This font went through a lot of (interrupted) modification. Started off quite different; this is how it ended-up. My conclusion: All fonts want to be blackletter.This is a clone