Published: 29th October, 2013
Last edited: 15th November, 2013
Created: 13th October, 2013
This font originated from the theme of "squishy". I took the literal term of this to begin with and played around with squishing a sponge into different letter shapes, however soon found out this did not work well with letters such as "R" which contains a hole. I therefore started to play around with putty and found that by pulling it apart it left a "flick". This related quite well to one of the blocks acutely being a "flick". I thought this "flick" could also represent when something is gloopy. I wanted my font to be fairly legible, so it has turned out very simple - the lower case more than the upper case as the grid I was working with was very small. The font is named "Séparé" meaning "separate" in french, as the main feature of the font is the "flick" formed when the putty or a gloopy substance such as cake mix is separated.
Published: 31st March, 2012
Last edited: 2nd April, 2012
Created: 1st March, 2012
Instead of strokes through letters (such as in f, t) there's an inward tick. The name is a combination of the words "block" and "tick" or maybe "flick".
Published: 25th October, 2011
Last edited: 2nd November, 2011
Created: 14th October, 2011
Created in repose to to the UWE project "Found type" i was working with the theme of "Dynamic" so i tried to work power, strength, movement and efficiency into my design.