Play like a child with letter forms, fill the gaps of a stencil with a ballpoint pen and work this to generate a digital type.
Régua (Ruler, in Portuguese) is the result of a typographical joke with the upper cases made by Buggy, a Brazilian typographer, in 1998.
New Clear Era is part of a large ongoing project investigating classicism and legibility.
The regular version is the base font. Numerous permutations will be performed on this underlying skeleton. Also investigated are the ideas of an extended type family, and trying to understand what makes a contemporary legible, serif typeface.
The Mix versions combine characters from the Roman and Display to make quirky fonts that can be comfortably used for setting text. Mix One is the most quirky; Mix Three is the least.
CA Zaracusa was designed as a CI font for a German Documentary Festival.
The aim was to have a font that looks relaxed, clean, unpretentious but not boring, suitable for text and headlines. The ‘Wide Version’ makes nice head- and sublines and works very well in capitals. The ‘Narrow Version’ lets you fill lots of text in small spaces and grants a good legibility. For greater versatility the ‘Alt Versions’ offer alternating numbers.
Mene One NY Throwie is a based on the “Throw up” styles, ubiquitous in the streets of NYC. Originally, executed in spray paint, Throw-ups are usually bubble-styled letters, done quickly in 2 or 3 colors with an outline and simple fill. This font incorporates an outline and fill, that when used in layers, can execute 2 color type treatments.
Originally from New Jersey, MENE has made his home in, New York City. He had a brief albeit satisfying career of street bombing in the late 90s that saw its end with a brief encounter with the Vandal Squad. More…