This font consists of three basic shapes: square, quarter circle and triangle. When I first tried to make this font, I was deeply attracted by the shape of the letter O. I found the counter to be a fascinating shape which led me to create the whole alphabet.
When I designed the letter A, I realised that it looked like a circus tent. But after more and more letters were designed, especially the letter G, I gradually found that the font was beginning to look like a toy made from interlocking triangles – a popular toy in Chinese middle schools. It can be bent into many different shapes.
This is the font used in the obscure Superman Learning Computer. This is also the font used in many toy laptops by Oregon Scientific.
Use font size 5 without anti-aliasing.
Something "fun". Inspired by the many journeys I've made and by train travels. And by my grandchildren's train toys. The angular design echoes small table tops we sometimes use to put the tracks on ...
UC is normal weight and is used in the sampler (font name). LC has some thicker lines for increased legibility although this font is only meant to illustrate concepts (travel, finding new ways, diversification etc) or for logos, shop signs, invitations and similar. Not simple enough for use in anything long or complex that has to be easily read.