A typeface that provides you with a glimpse into brickwork construction.
Monospace lowercase and duospace uppercase (double the width of lowercase), with negative-space diacritics.
Strong tensile and compressive strength (works well stretched, squeezed, and warped in general).
My design was influenced by walls, barriers, and the requirement for a division between our built and natural environments in order to protect us. I am a first-year student at UWE Bristol studying Graphic Design, and I made this digital typeface in response to this year's subject, "PROTECT."
My font is based on the Ministry of Transportation building in Georgia. The building itself is inspired by Japanese Metabolism architecture. Which is a moventment inspired by growth and adapabilty. I wanted my font to feel as though you could stack and change it just like Metabolism architecture.
Cloned From Dish Arial Pixel, But With A Modification With The "C, c" and "k".
Also thanks fontlot.com lolThis is a clone of DISH Arial Pixel*
A pointy, bold, block, SyFy typeface that was inspired by a futuristic font and a block toy. It looks sort of like an alien language. Use when you want your text to pop.
149 custom bricks for your perusal! Only custom bricks are in the palette, so you can clone this and easily start drawing right away.
I'll definitely be adding more with time. I love this sort of experimentation!
A bricks experiment in which the bricks are made of bricks. (Yo Dawg.) The name comes from a Duck Game map created by my amazing friend, Star. It seemed fitting. :^)
Original proportions are reached at sizes that are multiples of 21pt! Use 21pt, 42pt, etc. to get them.
Best with antialiasing turned off, although you can do smooth stone, gel, or gem-like looks with different antialiasing modes in your graphics software.
2050 La humanidad está al borde de la extincion. Unos exploradores encuentran unos antiquísimos manuscritos.
I made this font because I like that the letters could be written in a vertical stack, horizontal row, or clumped (though I didn't make them touch vertically here, as was my intention).
I only created capital letters, and there are a minimal number of glyphs available.
I'm also aware that some of the letters are difficult to read; I was trying to keep the amount of design within each box low, though I'd appreciate improvements for letters like: P,U,V,L,F and for the punctuation.
I built this font ignoring all knowledge and experience of brickwork and physics. Yet it stands up to use ;) Work in progress...This is a clone of Free Masonry