Wide packaging nostalgia.
Every type face which was originally designed for use in architecture (in this particular case for a UNESCO memorial plaque for a church built by Jan Santini-Aichel on Zelená Hora) is surprisingly well usable also in minor graphic works.
The source of inspiration for this design is immediately apparent in its name.
The land of beauteous angels, Andalucia, connects different cultures with a curved arch.
Many visitors to India are already familiar with Bhang.
An example of how a custom font may replace a logo, taking all of its functionality.
A cross between a Roman type face and a slug, a type face with blurred letters, inspired by a tropical snake remotely contained in the letter "g".
Compur is the name of the most famous photographic shutter of all time.
Derived from the Chříč brewery custom font design, slightly modified and two styles added.
Excelsor Script is inspired by lithographically produced scripts.
Fenix is freely inspired by the nostalgia of late seventies and early eighties.
Carolingian-Roman-Gaelic-Uncial script, or an exploration into how the Latin alphabet could look were the evolution of the Carolingian Minuscule to stop in the 8th century AD in Sankt Gallen.
Hammertone is inspired by typefaces typically used for machine labelling in the fifties.
At the turn of the 20th century monolinear alphabets were often despised for their dullness.
Designs of characters that are almost forty years old can be already restored like a historical alphabet – by transferring them exactly into the computer with all their details.
The spectacular Libceves gravestone dating from 1591 is completely – from top to bottom, from one side to the other – covered with lettering.
Handwritten Typefaces are extraordinarily popular for their chattiveness & playfulness.
As a boy I used to draw bizarre machines.
A geometric brutalist experiment.
Dark, spicy & distinctive display typefaces from the nineteenth century I had in mind when creating this font family.
Patzcuaro is a summer resort by a lake of the same name.
The connection of typographers and beer has always been a traditional feature of Czech design.
Politic A, B, C, and D, have a very simple construction composed on a grid.
Rondka is a sentimental reminder for those who have forgotten what is a pen with a rounded, flat nib.
Rooftile font idea arose while staring at the ceiling during siesta time in Goa.
The traditional division of a type-face family into four designs pertains to every body type.
In Bucharest in 2007 I've seen an unusual stencil typeface which stands out by his horizontal double strikethrough.
Matrix dot printer font with rounded edges.
A rather experimental geometric slab-serif typeface with outline and gradient styles providing interesting effects when overlapped.