A serif typeface with a historic feel. Use this in posters, adverts or timetables. (originally made for the LET IT OUT! sign)
I wanted to make something kind of resembling late victorian advertising typography. So, heres that. I'll probably continue making edits as time goes on.This is a clone
This is my first Fontstruction.The process was not so esay I did many attempts and this is the final result. The font was inspired by Gothic architecture
This is a typeface inspired by blackletter and the Victorian era. There are repeated elements like bars and dramatic serifs that make it stand out. This is best used for headings or titles.
Based off of the old British street signs made of cast iron. Created on 07.06.2019.
UPDATE (08.06.2019): Added more characters! Glyph count is now set to 94.
Fancy Pantaloons is a typeface for when you are feeling a bit silly and pretentious without wanting to be too over-the-top. This typeface reminds me of old lettering on signs from the early 1900's. A combination of Victorian, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, and a bit of Techno.
Decorative font in 'basic' and 'more' Latin. It's crisp and spacious, allowing easy reading at smaller point sizes from 10 upwards. I have not checked how large it can get before the building bricks become disturbing in the flow of the edges. It can be used in conjuction with my "Ritual Minutes" which has no descenders on the UC and LC. Not sure if this is more of an 'Art Nouveau' design or points more towards a generalised 'Victorian-ish'. It doesn't really matter, someone will find the perfect text to show its visual qualities ;) NOTE: the space is reduced to something like 1/2 letter width. To get a 'good' space between words you need to hit the space key twice. Do you think this is acceptable? Or should I increase the space?