Category Archives: Typefaces

The Idiot typeface

Named after the Akira Kurosawa movie, The Iggy Pop album and the Fyodor Dostoevsky book. Note the amount of variants, essential as the eye can tell very quickly if you duplicate the same letter. Made for a Japanese restaurant ident. … Continue reading

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A Frank typeface.

Called Frank after it’s inspiration the artist Frank Stella. Stella didn’t seem a good name. My 401st post. Wow.

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Judas Kiss (the typeface)

Inspired by the play The Judas Kiss about Oscar Wilde and Bosie, I’ve created a pretty but aloof, uncaring typeface. Read more about Bosie here. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Alfred_Douglas

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A Very Pammy Birthday card

You know a night out is going to end well when the words ‘Experimental cocktails’ are used. KG & CT made the Let It Bleed cake for Pam. Nobody ate the record. I think. A fantastic cake / meal / … Continue reading

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Tony & Hunt Dynamo: ‘Rock’ & Roll typefaces.

There was a commission for a Film Production company logo that called out for a unique typeface that said excitement, strength and Hollywood of the age of the silver screen. The visual ingredients that went into the letterforms were very … Continue reading

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Bronze Satyr typeface

The Bronze exhibition has one of the best sculptures I have ever seen. It inspired me to make this typeface up with some progressively silly Display Capitals for old style drop caps. I was thinking the Satyricon would be a … Continue reading

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SpanishCastleMagic Typeface.

This was created for a little nightclub project, more of which later. The inspiration was a Capital letter ‘A’ from a Victorian type specimen book. This soon morphed into an idea about women’s shoes and girl groups from the sixties. … Continue reading

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