Work in progress
See more: https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/760965/shlab
https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/typedifferent/bd-pankow/This is a clone of Unknownim
An all-caps Slab Serif display type inspired by early 1900s themed font.
This font has a narrowed structure as well as a low X-Height throughout the entire typeface giving the typeface a more relaxed look.
first time i really feel that i need Filter
this is will 100% change, i named it classic is simply because i don't know how people describe this font style in English
I have ideas about lowwer case, but suggestions are welcome
I'll make alternates at more latin
a at ©, g at ®, j(stick with last letter) at TM
latin, more latin, cyrillic & greek are completed :3
If you can't find the letter your language needs. Please leave a comment to tell me :)
Messe Muenchen is my latest in a series of fonts named after German Trades Fairs. This one could be put to good use in a college logo or something similar.
for commercial use look here: https://chequered.ink/font-license/
Primary is a serif typeface inspired by stencils. Primary is intended to be used for headlines only. This typeface includes an alternate "A" character that works best standing alone or at the end of a word.
I have changed the name. It looks sort of piratey and sort of painted. It looks sort of like letters painted upon a piece of cloth - a pirate flag. The letters look a little choppy and drawn as if drawn on fabric. Uses the new half-arcs.
Cybersquare was designed to be a display font. The flat serifs and square counters give the essence of something old that is merging with new technologies. The name Cybersquare comes from the influence of Courier in code and the square nature of the letterforms. It is a typeface created using old ideas to look into the possible future. Cybersquare is meant to be used large on products such as posters and book covers.
A typeface inspired by American typefaces from the 1800s and the Art Deco-styled coffee shop I visit often in Des Moines, Iowa.
Combining a slab-serif, expanded typeface with ornate detailing brought challenging consideration to the legibility of the font. It’s used best for short, bold messages or an energetic initial cap.
Fett commands attention with its lavish uppercase letters. I had focused on creating an geometrical inverted slab serif incorporating features of Glyphic serifs. The distinguishing feature of Gylphic typefaces are the triangular shaped serif design, or a flaring of the character strokes where they terminate. Although Fett is not classified under either of those groups, I don’t think I wish it could be either- it shouldn’t be. Fett is meant to be very playful and tasteful. I named this font after its thick, fat stroke weight. Fett translates to “fat” in 3 different languages- German, Swedish, and Norwegian.