by Sed4tives

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ELEVATED (PRINT) - A 3D outline display typeface design with shadow effect.

It's inspired by the lettering from a sketch by great Dutch graphical designer "Jurriaan Schrofer".


This is the long overdue shadow style variant which was requested by Goatmeal and elmoyenique. It has diagonal shading lines included (as was also presented in the original sketch by Jurriaan Schrofer)

This rework has one major difference compared to all previous versions, once more it was constructed with a different size to grid ratio, one that corrects the size distribution, enabling the recreation of the original sketch with high accuracy.

The stroke weight in this "PRINT" version more accuratly mimics the original sketch and therefor is not optimized for digital display use.


The shadow effect is the default style for this font, this also includes all numerals, punctuation marks and other symbols that make up the full font, these occupy the uppercase. The outline style A-Z glyphs occupy the lowercase.



Comment by Sed4tives 17th april 2022
Comment by Sed4tives 17th april 2022

Great work!

Comment by elmoyenique 17th april 2022

In 2023 Pieter van Rosemalen released a commercial typeface family of 4 font styles called Jurriaan 3D. A new typeface crossbreed based on this same 1969 typeface design by Schrofer.

Looks pretty awesome!

But 4 styles, charging €34,00 (EUR)  or  $36,00 (USD)  for each of the individual style. Which comes down to $145,- (USD)  to buy the full typeface.

This starts to make me wonder how often it truly gets sold. Because for those bucks I really think I should start putting my works into commercial circulation as well...

Comment by Sed4tives Tue, 24th october

Dear friend, with the skills you've demonstrated here, I have no doubt that you'll be able to easily transition to the Pro-side of font building! I think you should try it, at least (I've been improving some of my fonts in Glyphs for a few months to try to polish them and then publish them on MyFonts, for example. I'm not happy yet, but I'll try as soon as possible, although the result will always be uncertain ). It is a step that must be taken.

Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 24th october

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