Whilst working on various projects for Fine Print I noticed the letter 'c' forming in the negative space of the reversed 'F', spawning a condensed version of sample in use. If you do decide to use Font Theo Fine, we'd be chuffed if you emailed us images of your work, thanks.
This typeface was inspired by the work of two great Bauhaus movers, Theo van Doesburg (1883–1938) and Theo Ballmer (1902–1965) both of whom created an alphabet based on a basic 5x5 grid system. This is the 9x5 version for those of us who don't get to work that early. Here's a sample in action.
If you do decide to use Font Theo, we'd be chuffed if you emailed us images of it in use, thanks.
After moving to a house on its own block, a party was in order and with it, a new typeface was developed to direct people around the new pad. The upper-case shifts up a block, and the 'fi' and 'fl' ligatures have a surprise for the people.
Here's a sample in action. If you do decide to use Font Block, we'd be chuffed if you emailed us images of it in use, thanks.