I've been playing a lot of late 90s games and had that sort of "SEGA Dreamcast" vibe in my head. That's what's happened here.
After pasting the gum tape in a certain place in Tokyo before and after
There was a guard who wrote the letters on the signboard in a way that was shaped with a cutter.
This font is an homage to the letter.
A font in which Japanese or half-width alphanumeric characters are written in 15 × 15 pixels.
Postscript: The version made with fontfoege has been released.
You can use more kanji here, and you can also write vertically.
11/16/2018 - Coming soon, KANJI!
Lost in Japan is a font with that curious type of feel. The name makes sense when I spell it out below.
LOST - Very confusing, yet cool.
IN - Really?
JAPAN - Cointains all Hiragana/Katakana characters.
- Some Latin
- Russian Cyrillic
- Google Fonts
- Currency Symbols
- Arabic (WIP)
anything goes in this book-style pixel font. it is for secret project.
maximum of 11 pixels tall (plus 3 px descender below)
[beta 1.7b] More Chinese but still not nearly enough
[beta 1.7a] I found a stray pixel which stretched the font two pixels too high. It's gone now.
[beta 1.7] ??? stuff? korean jamo, like 0.3% more of the CJK, Greek Extended, and one of the East Asian scripts (the name I forgot :<)
[beta 1.6d] assorted CJK and symbols
[beta 1.6c] devanagari (hindi script), thai
[beta 1.6b] thai and other junks. some characters improved
[beta 1.6a] fullwidth and halfwidth forms
A whimsical pixel sans-serif font, inspired by the works of Susan Kare, especially Chicago. It supports up to Latin Supplements plus Katakana, Greek & Coptic.
This font is based on the construction of origami. When creating any kind of origami a system must be followed in order for it to be successful, so I realise this linked in well. With all variations of my systematic designs the main idea behind them was the combination of basic shapes. With this font I mainly used squares and triangles, creating something complex by using a rule and a combination of geometric shapes.
The font used on most 5x7 screens on the planet, with more than a thousand glyphs.
Licensed under CC NC-BY-SA 4.0 (GPLv3 compatible)