i thought maker mono needed extensions, so i made this! a proportional version!
not all characters are done thoughThis is a clone of Maker Mono
This font is not an aubergine (100%)
Please do not place suspicion that this is an aubergine, because it is not...
I ensure you, it is not an imposter font and definitely not an aubergine.
To the mods of this place (I don't know if you exist) - I am 100% certain this is not an aubergine. I am a noble and thrustful man, so you can trust me that this is NOT an aubergine.
Please refrain from commenting that this is an aubergine because;
THIS FONT IS NOT AN AUBERGINE.
Thank you in advance for not doing it!
NEXT SKYCITY - A decorative future-retro art deco style display design.
This is a remastered and extended sequel to an pre-existing older typeface design I did. Now, the reason for this was due to the fact that there was a lot going on in the older version I simply just wasn't satisfied with.
This new and extended version includes an overall more streamlined and consistent design. Much improved and more balanced looking numerals.
Also have I corrected and added numerous punctuation marks, and, last but not least.. What truly changed this previously more of a lettering idea type design into a relative usable full font is, the introdiction of a simple and legible geometric lowercase string. Make the font far more suitable for body text.
The uppercase and numeral strings are a random mix of both normal open stroke-based geometric letterforms and stylistic filled letter-contours, that, when arranged like this making the uppercase character set look playful and slightly future-ish retro at first, yet a somewhat strangely ellegant sophistication that is ever so gently present. This could be used in isolation for a strong and convincing decorative headline text, or in conbination with the lowercase for a surprisingly readable an clean looking body text that has the occasional occurance of a decorative capital letter.
I hope you like it so far...This is a clone
A spur-of-the-moment project. An exploration of geometric silhouette conformation and fun Futura-based alternates (specifically, using the circles as strokes).
Glyph alternates can be accessed under the Cyrillic characters.
When the diacritics get so large that they crush the letters and merge with the others.
It's Polarix, but with GIRTH.This is a clone of Polarix
A really versatile futuristic sans-serif. Contains a whole bunch of language support.
This is something I've doodled on for a while. I'd like to incorporate shapes other than triangles and rectangles into this but I'm just too busy with other projects. Feel free to continue it, make it better, or whatever.
I had help from BWM for suggestions to improve a lot of the glyphs. Thanks, man!
Cymru Pro is a geometric uppercased sans-seriftypeface designed by STC. Cymru Pro is a popular font, particularly suitable for signs. Its linear nature suggested modernist architecture, with an appeal both technical and functional. The squarish shapes with their rounded corners evoking the appearance of Television screens. It is particularly popular in science fiction artwork and media set or produced in the worldwide, alongside other graphic design use for Posters.
First there was Sarvente Display, Then Sarvente Round, and now...
Sarvente Sans is here!
Sarvente Sans (A.K.A Sarvente Sans A)
A rigid all-caps font, display/signage style. No curved shapes - I wanted something in the same spirit as "ITC Machine" (Designed by R Bonder and T Carnase in 1970). Thus with a little less compact approach, making it more versatile. Zoomed out, It’s like an edgy, bold and slightly condensed neo-grotesque.
(This fontstruction may be part of a client project, therefore it is fully licenced - at the moment. Hopefully I´ll make it downloadable under the fontstruct licence.)
'Rebirth' is a display font designed for use in a large scale, for example as a title on a poster. The font was designed in response to a first term university brief and responded to the word 'rebirth'. The font centres around the idea of growth which led to the geometric elements as a connection to the symbol of an arrow, which I personally associated with growth.
uppercase and numeral value, simple bold geometrical lines and shapes.
It's been a fun one to make, this one. A very late-90s futurism slant to it, if you want something for your Dreamcast convention it's pretty much all yours.