Published: 8th November, 2010
Last edited: 14th November, 2010
Created: 18th October, 2010
Electrical Energy has opened the doors to whole new worlds of creativity, specifically when it comes to computer technology. The whole concept of video games and computer programming is something we wouldnt have dreamt of being able to do hundreds of years ago. With computer technology getting more advanced everyday, I find it astonishing to see what we have achieved since the very first computers and computer games, and it is mind boggling to think what we may be capable of doing in the future.
Published: 8th October, 2010
Last edited: 5th November, 2010
Created: 5th October, 2010
This is a font that i have designed and created as part of a project given in the first term of my first year doing Graphic Design at UWE. The initial theme for my project was "Decay" where I researched different types of rotting, erosion and decay of quality in every day objects. I then came to look at crumbling brick walls and developed my font from there. I've tried to show a lack in defined edges and emphasise a crumbled, smudgey typeface. I think it could be used as a relatively playful font,but could have strong impact if used for communicating the idea of decay or decompositon. This is a bold font, meant to be used big! Feel free to comment or discuss !
Published: 27th August, 2010
Last edited: 1st September, 2010
Created: 27th August, 2010
My first font with the new bricks, maybe its a bit overexcited, but still I like it! I like the uppercase most, but wanted to complete this one.
Published: 27th May, 2010
Last edited: 27th May, 2010
Created: 27th May, 2010
As you can probly tell from my previous fonts, i love blocks:P..the simplictiy you can get with amazing legibility is a winner for me every time, anyway i think this is probly my most powerful as ll the characters look as about as consitent as I can make them :)
Published: 26th May, 2010
Last edited: 26th May, 2010
Created: 26th May, 2010
Another minimal block font with a consistant variable I've tried to retain of clipping the top right of each character.
Published: 12th September, 2009
Last edited: 12th September, 2009
Created: 12th September, 2009
Ape Double Mixer is a font that uses square bricks for some letters and circle bricks for numbers ! it has all the 98 keyboard characters !!!
Published: 3rd June, 2009
Last edited: 23rd June, 2009
Created: 24th May, 2009
This is the first font I share. It's inspired by "Contemporary" made by Magic Sam, who showed me fontstruct.
I'm ot happy with the H, the Y and the s. So if you have good suggestions how I can improve those characters (or any other), please write it in the comments.
Published: 19th January, 2009
Last edited: 15th June, 2010
Created: 10th January, 2009
This is a teaching exercise in the art of brick stacking (The merging and overlaying of two or more Fontstruct bricks to create an entirely new brick).
The rules were pretty tight as well.
1. Only use one grid space block (except M & W).
2. Make it as readable as possible.
3. Be Creative.
4. Brick stack each character.
The full set turned out fairly readable and worked good with some characters but not good with others.
My particular favourite is Capital 'H' which took 6 bricks to create!
Published: 27th September, 2008
Last edited: 30th January, 2014
Created: 26th September, 2008
Moduli is made in a 4x4 square.
this comes along monospaced and without a "real" lower case but an alternate set. i placed a heart as an asterisk(*).
peace, and enjoy :)
Published: 17th September, 2008
Last edited: 27th June, 2015
Created: 17th September, 2008
This was more of a test in using a lot of brick stacking, made popular by Williaum, and combining them with widened bricks. Each letter is a single lego brick just for simplicity's sake. Happy 50th Birthday to Lego.
062715. Nudged edges for better spacing.
Published: 27th October, 2020
Last edited: 28th January, 2014
Created: 28th January, 2014
universell verwendbare 9-Punkt-Schrift in 3x3 Teilen / universally applicable 9-dot writing in 3x3 pieces / by Alexander Fakoó www.fakoo.de/fakooThis is a clone of Fakoo pix