Published: 4th August, 2013
Last edited: 13th January, 2014
Created: 29th July, 2013
An experimental font that gives the appearance of digital glitching.
I might do more with this in the future.
Published: 21st May, 2011
Last edited: 11th July, 2011
Created: 18th May, 2011
Redesigning the pixel font. Built on a 50x30 grid, this masterpiece is a pixel font that is decomposing. Enjoy! Each "pixel" is 10 by 10 grid squares. The idea was from "Metropolis" by ackfla.
Published: 6th February, 2011
Last edited: 18th February, 2011
Created: 3rd January, 2011
More fun with composite stacks, packing more detail into smaller grids. The crosshatching is made less regular by alternating and rotating a set of three four similar, yet distinct bricks. correction made on 2/15This is a clone of Fat Bit
Published: 29th April, 2010
Last edited: 29th April, 2010
Created: 28th April, 2010
This technique certainly has the potential for more than this, but right now I don't have the time for experimenting a lot. But how about using it for a handwriting-on-rough-paper font?
And yep, I'll do a more complete character set soon...
Published: 8th April, 2008
Last edited: 10th May, 2009
Created: 8th April, 2008
An experimental 'scribble' font. Just caps so far. I know it's butt-ugly....That was the goal though :)
Please let me know what you think.
Published: 18th October, 2019
Last edited: 25th November, 2014
Created: 25th November, 2014
"Blimey!" is a typeface inspired by the 1970s Punk movement- paying notice to the political, economical and social issues of the time and how they affected what we commonly refer to as the “Punk Aesthetic”. Ransom note lettering, stencils, silkscreen printing and the appropriation of current cultural imagery aided the movement to deliver its important message of rebellion. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Starting off with the theme "Dangerous", my focus for this project drifted to the definitions of both “rebellion” and “anarchy”. This naturally led me to the Punk movement and how it’s graphic style has been adopted into contemporary design practice. These graphics were often rough, raw, weathered and distressed- all of which I’ve tried to incorporate into my own type’s design. Ironically, the fact that this “style” is being used for commercial gain goes against the very foundations of Punk itself. This realisation spurred on the font’s name Blimey!, an ironic expression that is perhaps the furthest away from punk itself.
This typeface would be best utilised in consideration to posters, flyers and possibly book covers (providing the content matches the attitude of the font). Thank you very much, all comments are welcome!
Blimey! Rough - http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/blimey_rough
Blimey! Chunky - This is a clone