My font was made as a response to technological rebirth. The designers I have referenced and researched to create this font operated in the early days of technology and the internet. My font mirrors the exciting momentum behind design in these times. Something that is still moving and taking shape.
Someone said that my fonts break their brains? So be it, my last deconstruction (maybe;).
Кто-то говорил, что мои шрифты ломают мозг? Так уж и быть, моя последняя деконструкция (возможно;).
See more 3D:
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructors/1104892/sychoff/favorites?tagId=19&tag=3d&tagType=faveThis is a clone of LCD Square C
Future Competition entry 1
A different take on the "glitched" concept (hopefully - I haven't seen anyother font that "glitched" diagonally).
https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1676107/zircus-eye-fs-1This is a clone of Soul Ninja C
This retro font was created around the theme of instability. My inspiration came from pixel video game graphics, patterns and glitching which were used to construct my alphabet.
Version 1.1: Improved several letters and numerals.
By request. This is the Shepard Tone of fonts - constantly rising and falling. Best viewed at around 2x Pixel size.
I was initially going to do a lowercase for this, but then the requestor changed their mind. So this being published as-is.
This is your medicine. YOUR medicine! So if you don't like the taste, maybe don't drink it.
This font is inspired by the distortion that occurs during bad signal on digital platforms. The random parts of the letters floating around is meant to simulate the pixels being broken up or "lagging".
While walking through Glitch Forest, you spot a sudden movement behind the Sprite Trees. It's [EVIL_ANGATONIST]! With a twisted smile, s/he/it converts your words into text written in this font. ZOUNDS! How will you get through summer school now?
This was made to reproduce an amusing glitch found in MIDAS which caused insanely high ratings of 17.3×10^213 (17.3 septuagintillion). The glitch has since been fixed.
Error is typeface desinged to feel like static glitching - inspired by the theme 'unstable'.
Argh, this was horrible to make .. well, getting it slightly balanced was a nightmare. The missing segments of the glyphs constantly caused my brain to correct what I was looking at by means of general logic and my knowledge about the way in which letter spacing usually works. This effect was worst with the letters T, U, Y. And I am convinced that it still contains the necessary disproportionate irregularities with regard to the metrics. I tried kerning it as best as I could. It has only uppercase letters, no numerals and very limited punctuations. I am not sure if I will ever complete this.
enjoy!This is a clone
An evil electromagnetic zigzag tape reel. Looks almost embossed, as if the letters were "pressed" into the waves somehow. In that way it reminds me of old hand-operated label makers. It also makes me think of electricity, TV static, ocean waves, tire tracks, fractured glass, and more depending on font size and color.
The name is inspired by an attack from a notorious NES game, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde".
A "glitchy" or "fried" Cybernaut. Looks best at sizes that are powers of 2 (try 2x or 4x Pixel size)!This is a clone of Cybernaut
SPOOKY GHOST FONT. A work in progress. Getting the right spooky apparition look is pretty intensive, but I managed to finish the basic character set before Halloween. :D
This started as a 5x5 design. After realizing S and Z would look far better if I made them 1 square taller, I converted the whole font to be roughly 5x6. At this low resolution, it's hard to get the degree of irregularity which I think makes these letters look ghostly... but, the idea is certainly present!
This design seems like it'd fit in with a lot of horror and science fiction stuff, too. Apart from the "smoky"/"ghostly" look, it has a "melted" one which suggests a hot place or maybe immersion in acid. It also looks a bit like slime, and finally at smaller sizes it has a glitch-esque appearance.
5x5 font with a distorted, skewed, or glitched look about it. Plays well with actual glitch effects.
This is used in Virtual Gremlin for instances when the Gremlins/'pets' speak. Since Gremlins are literal glitch creatures and not the best at communication (and since 5x4 is a very odd size), some letters are turned and others are split. This lends the font some use as a weak cipher.
Technically, Gremlin 5x4 is also a conlang. Every glyph has associated sounds which are unique to the Gremlins speaking them. I call this conlang "Glitch English". Perhaps, now that I have this font ready-made, I can set about making a dictionary. :^)
Original size: 6pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)
Inspired by the movement of a glitch, 80s arcade game titles and technology. Very computer esque. Unacceptable colours within a glitch.
This is an experiment; I used only one composite brick to come up with such a font.
~ - * are the filled chars.
Meet ERROR! the elder cousin of Rocket Ride, with some distortions here and there. There is an alternatively glitched ? on < and ! on >.\
Looks legible at pixel size, doesn't it?This is a clone of Rocket Ride
This typeface design is a edited version of Pharoan Ultra Bold as it was heavy and bold which gave me more to do with it, the theme of the type is destruction.
I wanted to merge both Deconstructivism and Glitch Art into my typeface. By finalizing my idea I looked at how letters could be morphed by being pulled and pushed, what would it look like if the letter was to be dropped what shapes it could form - instead of taking parts away from it.
My first typeface as part of my Graphic Design Project, my theme was Destruction, where I then considered digital glitch artThis is a clone
Hijack is my first typeface and as been produced from my theme Asymmetrical. The font takes the characteristic of imperfections and glitches. In a world that often criticises imperfections and irregularities it offers an option to embrace the unsymmetrical aspects within this typeface. The use of this typeface could fit in a large variety of circumstances and forms, whether it be billboard posters, t-shirt and bags, TV, flyers and online website banners.