Inspired by field research of marker graffiti in the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon, Hip Slop is an urban all-caps typeface with a serendipitous edge. Includes over 60 unique characters to accomodate any message worth defacing property for.
A somewhat chunky loose childish handwriting font! Perfect for almost anything!
Shady Characters JNL places type against a simulated halftone background to produce a “ribbon” with black and white visual contrast.
By typing the left bracket key, you produce a wide space for between the words. A narrower space is on the right bracket key.
Limited character set.
Stretto (Italian for narrow) is a revival and expansion of an Aldo Novarese font called Sintex, done for VGC in 1973.
Openly idiosyncratic and rebellious in its design idea, Stretto fuses the straights and rounds together in a most unusual manner, playing on the idea of hand-made sign letters yet still adhering to the odd grid’s parameters. In spite of its counter-stress, its legibility is high and even, helped by its unicase forms and very distinct counters. More…
The Morgan Project can be considered a big type family with ‘many styles’ or a set of different types that match with each other. For me it’s one typeface with different versions with deliberate and visible differences according to the propose to which each version was created. The design started in 2000 as a display type with the design of the Morgan Tower, to which more two display versions were added; Morgan Poster and Morgan Big — all together the make our: FTF Morgan Display Kit 1. All three versions consist only in uppercase with alternate letters in the lowercase and a set of special ligatures. Morgan Tower has four variants that differ in width/weight, Morgan Poster has six variants (often called styles), three weights in upright and oblique and Morgan Big has twelve, six weights in upright and oblique. Lately, the FTF Morgan Tex Kit 1 was added. Apropriate versions to use in text setting. Both versions, FTF Morgan Sans and FTF Morgan Sans Condensed share the same structure and character mapping. Four variants each; regular, bold, oblique and bold oblique with a large character set including: small caps, lining and old style figures (here called Office figures) — both tabular —, small caps lining figures, mathematical symbols and fraction figures, and, a set of foreign characters expanding the possibilities of use for a wider range of languages. Characters are distributed in six different font layouts: Lining, Office, Expert, Caps, Figures & Pi.