Posts tagged with cutout - page 4
I designed this font in 2019 and for a moment I thought I had re-created Rosand but while both have those tight corners and interesting gaps they don’t share much else in common and so here it is as a separate typeface.
It works great for titles and lists and can be used for runs of text provided they are short with a good color scheme.
I designed this font in 2019 as a softer alternative to the military-associated heavy stencil fonts used by many 8-bit games.
The result is something that has a more urban feel - much more reminiscent of that used for parking spaces and street numbers.
The type works great for titles and is quite readable for long runs of text. It especially works well on lists and stat screens.
A 2005 creation for BASIN with aggressive styling and flair - I’m sure there was some specific inspiration for this one but I’m at a loss as to where it came from.
This font works well for titles and lists but can be a bit extreme for large runs of text. Having bold and non-bold can help add some variety to lists and titles.
A 2006 creation once again for BASIN this time taking the idea of a solar eclipse to fonts and filling in all the counters. The style was quite popular in the 80s with Electronic Arts using a similar thing for their EOA logo.
This font like all no-counter fonts is very hard to read and should be used sparingly for titles.