Published: 18th February, 2015
Last edited: 20th February, 2015
Created: 18th February, 2015
Based off of the Pokèmon series' 28 Pokèmon that represent the 26 letter in the alphabet and the two that represent "!" and "?" The other numbers and symbols are completed but any latin and otherwise foreign characters will take some time to design. For now the entire FontStruck standard is finished. The "Cliph" part of the name represents the way that all of the letters are aligned correctly, later I will be releasing a "Gliph" version that better represents ancient texts that these characters were used in. Till then, you have these! 8)
Published: 4th November, 2014
Last edited: 10th November, 2014
Created: 4th November, 2014
My typeface is based on the theme of disintegration. My starting point came from my interpretation of the word disintegrate; I immediately thought of 'burn'. After this I carried out some experiments by burning paper which led me to focus on the fragility of the charred edges. This made me want to create a delicate typeface with subtle shading; I found that I was influenced by Baskerville and Bistream Vera. My final typeface is designed to look like burnt paper. It is expressive and could only be used as title text rather than body text.
Published: 15th September, 2012
Last edited: 15th September, 2012
Created: 12th August, 2012
A design based off of the Old English Alphabet. Complete with letters used in Anglo-Saxon. Q represents "Ash (ae)". J and K represent "Thorn (th)" and "Eth (th)" respectively. Z represents the alternate forms of "s" used in older manuscripts. Capital Z is the "long s" and lowercase z is the "insular s". There is no V, however, F was used for the sound of V. W and G are replaced with "Wynn" and "Yogh" respectively. I created the letters with the simplest squares i could use with the smallest grid, so as to keep the file small in size and easy to load up.
Published: 8th November, 2010
Last edited: 3rd November, 2010
Created: 25th October, 2010
Font based on the theme of decay. I started by looking at the decaying buildings, working from photographs of tired brick and worn surfaces. I made some rubbings from text on the side of a building and this is what the main font outline is based on. I wanted to create a worn font, with an almost burnt texture to replicate the worn and disintegrating buildings I started with. The name comes from text on the side of a building and I think the textures of decay can be beautiful.This is a clone
Published: 9th May, 2008
Last edited: 14th March, 2009
Created: 9th May, 2008
An almost entirely thoughtless face with zero personality. Made with the least pixels possible, overlooking legibility wherever needed.