a square typeface intened to be used for single words, small phrases or for brand names and logos. However i feel it does have a nice textural look when used for large bodies of text. My first published type of Fontstruct. Any feedback would be very much appreciated.
A square monospace font, inspired by Slatewire (a previous project of mine), Agency FB, and Terminus. This font includes the full Latin and More Latin character sets, as well as Latin Extended A, most of Latin Extended B, and the basic Greek alphabet.
If it's not been touched for months, then it's finished? Well, even if it's unfinished, it can be public too.
Dots of different sizes, not touching each other (for most of the time) … took me quite some time back then
(I wouldn't be able to stick to the style, so if you need more glyphs, just clone it and do it youself ;) the license should permit this)
Work in progress. A decorative title font that resembles the old light-bulb type signs. Very blocky.
White Fontset that is seen in an isometric view with the 3D projections (shadows) shown in black
An alternative colour font could be generated for this.
Disclaimer: Any similarities between letter forms or style with any other font published here before are merely a coincidence and not plagiarised.
Open to Comments and Suggestions
Charted from historic French cross stitch booklet Maison Sajou no. 364. The pattern was found at http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2011/05/sajou-no-364.html
When all you get is lines and curves, make the most of it and craft some funky letters.
Supports Basic and More Latin character sets
Charted from historic French cross stitch book Maison Sajou Miniature Album no. 604. The pattern was found at http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2009/12/sajou-no-604.html
Charted from historic French cross stitch book Maison Sajou Miniature Album no. 604. The I and W have been added. The pattern was found at http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2009/12/sajou-no-604.html
A blackletter font charted from historic French cross stitch book Maison Sajou Miniature Album no. 6. The J and W have been added (at least, I think the letter in the original was an I, so I made a J to match). The spacing of the white dots and the top left flourishes on most of the letters are weirdly inconsistent.
The pattern was found at http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2009/12/sajou-no-6.html
Charted from historic French cross stitch book Maison Sajou Miniature Album no. 6. The M, N, X and Z have been modified from the original and the W added. The pattern was found at http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2009/12/sajou-no-6.html
Charted from historic French cross stitch book Maison Sajou Miniature Album no. 4. The samplers generally don't include I or W so I created the I from the centre of the T and the W from two Vs. The pattern was found on http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2009/08/sajou-n-4.html
Charted from historic cross stitch book Maison Sajou Miniature Album no. 4. The samplers generally don't include I or W so I created the I from the base vertical element and the W from two Vs. The pattern was found on http://patternmakercharts.blogspot.com/2009/08/sajou-n-4.html
Weaving Score is a decorative font for musical notation. You can make ornamental musical scores with this font. The correspondence of notation and keys are shown below. You can download the HD image from this link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/j85c5253qh644or/AADN8-pft-lH2IF3GYiYEduga?dl=0
A retro-styled font inspired by Art Deco and classic computer fonts. Looks like something you'd see in a video game from the 1980's that's set in the 1920's. Includes over 1000 glyphs from Latin and non-Latin alphabets. Best for decoration and titles.
Credit appreciated but not required.
A display font inspired by one of the UK's first and most influential free-party sound systems- Spiral Tribe. They helped create a culture of freedom and expression through art and music which was heavily (and still continues to be) suppressed by the Police. They used tribal patterns frequently in their artwork, which is the reasoning behind the spiral shapes within the letters.
The weights are varied throughout the letters to make it more playful and psycholdelic, as the rave culture is against agression and force used frequently against them by the police. New age travellers embrace harmony- which is why the letters are sized so that they work together in words to create a wider pattern.
My typeface currently encapsulates the verb “protect” through two opposing connotations; one of them being to self protect; this phrase is conventionally associated with weapons, and I have illustrated this through sharp edged strokes to imitate knife-like objects. The other being is to hide; this is inferred the personification of the fact that elements of my letters are hiding themselves.
SMEERKAAS - Decorative, squarish geometric and rounded Art Nouveau display type
Modern typeface design influenced by Art Nouveau typography.
At its core it is a plain geometric style, and the real breakaway towards a more decorative 'Art Nouveau' inspired style starts with the elongated letterforms and their irregular descending elements. These give it a slight more interesting and dynamic flow that somewhat resembles a calligraphic or handmade look. Some of the descending elements in the uppercase string slightly differ in length and are more decorative, mimicking a dripping-like effect.
Unlike with a more traditional Art Nouveau lettering, the geometric backbone of this design keeps it quite futuristic looking, and actually provides a nice transitional blend of styles.
It works well at pretty much any point size, even at the very smallest, but keep in mind that the font wasn’t meant for large body style text, and is best used in short decorative setting.
Cap height: 12 units
Body height: 17 units
Point size (Em): 18 units
― I will add extra glyph alternatives in a later update (posted: 09-14-'22)
The name “SMEERKAAS” is dutch for “cheese spread”and it likely needs some further explanation on why this particularly odd name was chosen.
During the eighties we had this idiotic tv commercial that was aired on dutch
television for a cheese spread brand called “Goudkuipje”.
The plot for this commercial was a castle siege during medieval times, and it revolved around the phrase;
― "Ze smelten de kazen!" which translates to; ― "They melt the cheeses!"
The plot further enfolds into the defending part that had run out of hot tar to pour onto their enemies, alternatively they started melting cheese, so that they would be able to pour that down the castle's wall.
To better understand the link between my font and the tv-commercial you should watch the short commercial clip first.
Video Linkhere - youtube.com
But in a nutshell, the name was sort of choosen as a meme to suit the font's dripping-effect decorative theme.
I hope you like it so far...
CheersThis is a clone
STF_THUNDERDOME - A tall thin stroked Art Deco typeface.
I tried to create pretty simple, elegant but somewhat wonky geometric letterforms.
Inspired by the later 70's Art Deco Streamline period.
This remains a WIP, many of the glyphs in the Extended-Latin set aren't reflecting their Basic-Latin counter-parts. The character set remains far from complete for now, and many changes need to be made still.
Kerning done only for a few pairs and overall balance therefor is still quite poor I guess.
Some 'more' detailed but derailed towards the end 'in-depth' recap of this font could be found bellow in the comment section.
Stay tuned for more,
Peace!This is a clone
BOOK PRINT ORNAMENTS (TEXT BOX) — Text box ornaments for book print
14 Ornamental box drawing sets aimed at creating those classic looking (text) box ornaments seen on vintage book covers.
Also in this family:
BOOK PRINT ORNAMENTS (CORNERS)
BOOK PRINT ORNAMENTS (CORNERS) —Decorative corner ornaments for book print
24 Decorative corner ornament sets aimed at creating (text) boxes
Also in this family:
BOOK PRINT ORNAMENTS (TEXT BOX)
LOVER CRUSH - Simple decorative font
For all of you who like to share some love !!
Perfect for daubing a public restroom or simply to write your sweetheart.
It's cloneable.. ;-)