This typeface was designed to be used as the page heading font for MyFonts.
Originally only the letters needed to make up the required phrases were drawn. Then amazingly enough, people started asking where they could get the font, so I decided to complete the character set, and named it Softie.
This name was chosen because the round and rather bulbous shapes that make up the letters reminded me of marshmallows. Softie, almost good enough to eat. More…
This new OpenType pro font has 468 characters and glyphs.
It is a massive redrawing of AeroScript. I have added nearly four dozen ligatures, small caps, oldstyle figures, small cap figures, and more.
Orotund is a digitization and considerable expansion of the cheeky and enormously popular 1970s/1980s film type called Eight Ball.
Round and happy like a bouncy ball, these are letters after a signmaker’s own heart. Seen everywhere in its film version, from bingo and pool hall parlor signs to comic books, now this computer version opens the door for the happy roundness to be used on a much larger scale by anyone who designs layouts on a computer. More…