Colourized and 3D version of "zeropixel", product of the union of the outline version plus the fill version (and a small displacement added). My admired four had the idea, so I have tried to put it into practice. Hope you like it.This is a clone of zeropixel eYe/FS
Unicase font with a lot of alternates in the lowercase to improve the general playfullness. Also added more diacritics and accents, and remodeled and kerned the old glyphs. (Plus: other "1" at the "t", the 3rd "U" -and their accents- are at the "v", "ò", "ó", "ô" and "ö", respectively.)This is a clone of zimonart eYe/FS
Well, I was not happy with the final look of my zelestia, so I tried to change the center of gravity of the font, which I managed to lighten its weight and basically alter its general appearance. I like this new, more dynamic and special look better... and I wish you would like it too. Let me know your opinion. Thanks a thousand.
Unicase italic font with many alternates (in the lower case zone), so much that it's almost like two fonts in one. Hope you like it.This is a clone of zelestia eYe/FS
Unicase italic font with many alternates (in the lower case), so much that it's almost like two fonts in one. Hope you like it.
Fill-font for zeropixel, which can also work on its own. Special edition at the suggestion of Bryndan W. Meyerholt (BWM).This is a clone of zeropixel eYe/FS
Last week my beloved iMac stopped working for good. It's been more than a decade of a fantastic relationship, but now I have to accept the fact that it won't be with me anymore... With that in mind, I've collected these vintage Mac icons, most (maybe all) made by the great Susan Kare in the best 80's. Curiously, you will see that many of them have remained until today with very few modifications, but others (that dot matrix printer, those faxes, those floppy disks...) have definitely passed into the History. I remember with particular displeasure the d*** Bomb, which appeared unexpectedly when the computer crashed -too frecuently- and you then lost all the work not saved manually. Freaky old times. My favourite character still being Clarus, the dogcow (at the Z, of course). Hope you like them.
A: Mac-happy / B: Mac-unhappy / C: Mac-working / D: Bin / E: Bomb / F: Watch / G: Save / H: Save-as / I: File-text / J: File-vector / K: File-graphic / L: New / M: New-text / N: New-vector / O: New-graphic / P: New-type / Q: Compress / R: Font-kit / S: Font-stack / T: Alert / U: Prompt / V: AppleLink / W: Fax / X: Fax-to / Y: Command / Z: Dogcow (Clarus).
a: Print / b: Arrow / c: Hand / d: Inbox / e: Inbox-in / f: Inbox-out / g: Mail-drown / h: Mail-wings / i: News-headlines / j: Newspaper / k: Easy-access / l: Quick-access / m: Direct-access / n: Folder / o: Folder-speedy / p: Folder-hierarchy / q: Compress / r: Box / s: Desk-drawer / t: Top-drawer / u: Global / v: Library / w: Personal-archive / x: Threaded / y: Volume / z: Zoom.
0: OK / 1: New-blank-file / 2: Pencil / 3: Eraser / 4: Lasso / 5: (Idem) / 6: Brush / 7: Fill / 8: Spray / 9: Apple-logo.
When I first saw jonrgrover's Wiggly Wumpus, I told the author my first impressions about the font. After a few days, I finally decided to do it myself, and that's how these glyphs you see were born (thanks for the creative impulse, Jon). Achieving a smooth, sinuous curve has been a bit more laborious than expected, and there are some letters of complicated construction and I'm not 100% happy with the current look of some of those. But here they are, dancing infront of your eyes as if reflected in a fairground mirror. Btw, "Specula risus" (latin) means "Mirror of laughter", that kind of mirrors that visual and comically deforms our bodies... Hope you like them.This is a clone
Lowercase font with some alternates (a, e, f, j, m, p, t, w) in the uppercase. The "tt" & "ff" ligatures are at the ""fi" & "ff" glyphs.
Font directly inspired by Cookielord's "Gargantua". That's why I thought of calling it "Pantagruel" (remembering the name of the other gluttonous giant, son of Gargantua, immortalized by the writer F. Rabelais), but it didn't start with z -hehehe :) - and I chose "zampatoo" (wich could mean something like "eat-it-all"). The final result has lost the rotund, forceful and fresh aspect of the original, but has retained some of its overall heaviness and massiveness. During the process it has also gained some curves. Risky font. Good for headlines, bad for body text. Extra "tt" ligature at the "fl" glyph. Hope you like it. Yummy, yummy... :D
Uppercase font with some alternates in the lowercase zone. You can find an extra third "S" in the "t" glyph. See also zhellbar, the solid colour version.This is a clone of zhellbar Col eYe/FS
Uppercase font with some alternates in the lowercase zone. You can find an extra third "S" in the "t" glyph. See also zhellbars, the striped version.This is a clone
Logical evolution of zolid02, less experimental and more readable, complete and compact.This is a clone of zolid02 eYe/FS
Reloaded and much more complete version of zyrup with a lot of remodeled and new characters (more than 130, full caps set included, plus usual kerning). An extra "y" placed in the "™" sign, and the two original alternate "v" and "w" can also be found now in the "fi" and "fl" glyphs.
It all started as silly, trying to slightly modify the original "@"... and has ended in a practically new font (106 created glyphs, 32 modified, 68 remain intact). Seeing the final result, I think it was worth it, the font grow up. Hope you like this new dress.This is a clone of zyrup eYe/FS
There is also an alternate "s" in the "™" glyph, and the "ff" and "tt" ligatures placed on "fi", "ff" and "fl" respectively.
Thanks to ETHproductions for the improved curve finish. There is a second "s" (slightly more rounded) and an alternate curvy "y" placed on the "fi" and "fl" glyphs respectively.This is a clone
Little picture game for one little pretty friend. To see the characters correctly, please type: Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm. Then you can start freely combine the heads (uppercase A to M) with other bodies (lowercase a to m) and thus get funny surprises. There are up to 169 possible different combinations, so have a good time with them.
Coloured version of zulu. You can use the second different version of each glyph to avoid repetition in some words. These colours are inspired by a 2010 poster from the Apeloig's studio.This is a clone of zulu eYe/FS
Inspired by some works by the master Philippe Apeloig (especially "Ndebele"; but under an optic much more soft and rounded, searching legibility and unity).
Unicase font with alternates. Special characters: Blank space at the "\", "LT" pair (kerned) at the "fi" ligature and the "TJ" pair is at the "fl" too. Better to see the font at big size. Enjoy and Happy New Year 2023!This is a clone
Years ago, a small font from 2008 caught my eye. Now I've dared to use its structure to modify and complete it, and thus create a new visual experiment. I'm sorry, diacritics are the weak point. Hope you like it. ¡Y Feliz Navidad a todos, amigos!This is a clone
Accepting @lucapri's suggestion, here is zoubizz... now with lowercase!This is a clone of zoubizz eYe/FS
Another unicase with alternates and also an optical experiment (this time based in a certain way on some works by the great Philippe Apeloig). Optional filled space placed in the "^" glyph.
Solid squared unicase with a lot of alternates (placed in the lowercase zone), almost two fonts in one. "c" in the "¢" glyph. Enjoy.
Another optical experiment, testing border areas. Sorry if sometimes it's a bit hard to read and it shakes your vision, but that was the idea. It has only been possible using the colour options available to FontStruct Patrons. Thanks once again to Big Rob Meek. PS: "2 in 1 font", the black version of the SVG file also can works like an usual B/W font.