Wasabi Font Family
24 x TTF and OTF
Wasabi is the re-imagining of my very first release, Iru. Like Iru, Wasabi was heavily influenced by the monument lettering style, Vermarco.
The simple, geometric forms allowed for small lettering sizes to be sandblasted cleanly and has been a monument lettering workhorse for decades…the only issue centered around the lack of a lowercase or any other letters beyond the 26 uppercase glyphs and the numerals. Wasabi solves this with the same simple, efficient line reminiscent of the old Vermarco while bringing it into the 21st century. Visual and optical incongruities of the original uppercase were replaced with new interpretations for the capital letters, a new lowercase and small caps was produced and the original single weight alphabet was replaced with six new weights.
Rhythm Font Family $110 | 4 x TTF and OTF
I hate the idea of revivals. I have publicly said I choose not to do revivals because they make me uncomfortable. This is as close as I have been to crossing my own line. To be direct, Rhythm is based on the ATF typeface, Ratio (I just recently learned the foundry of origin). I came across this typeface from a printed specimen years ago when I was in school and held onto it. It was unique and I loved how well integrated the inline worked within both the flourish and serif of the glyphs—it was old, but not, reminiscent, but fresh.
My specimen was limited in the glyph offering (it was c. 1930ish) and I realized a lot would need to be done to ‘finish’ it and bring it to contemporary expectations. I didn't want to do ‘retro’ and tried to avoid the visual trappings associated with it. What I did want to do is interpret what I had in the specimen and reinterpret it digitally, refining its construction and extending its typographic equity along the way.
Necia Font Family $150 | 8 x TTF and OTF
Necia Stencil Font Family
Necia font family has been designed for Graviton Font Foundry by Pablo Balcells in 2014. It is a modular, geometric and slightly condensed typeface which has been conceived to be primarily a display typeface, but given its clarity it can also be used for composing short and intermediate length texts.
Necia consists of 8 styles. Each containing small caps and several alternate characters.
LHF Dark Horse Font Family $52 | 2 x TTF and OTF
LHF Dark Horse is not your normal Calligraphic typeface. Its unexpected striking curves give it an aggressive, yet graceful look. Set includes 2 fonts: Dark Horse 1 (Regular) and Dark Horse 2 (Decorative uppercase with flourishes). Also includes 19 bonus alternates and ligatures.
Diamond Ring Font Family
Diamond Ring is an Art Deco font inspired by Japanese designs for cosmetic packaging and posters used from the end of the 19th century to the early 20th. The most distinguishing characteristic is the diagonal parts of the glyphs. All diagonals have the same degree of the angle. By this elements, whole design of this font and typography with this font look like the shining of diamond ring during total solar eclipse.
OTF | 4 Fonts | JPG Preview | 3.6 Mb RAR
Alipe Script Font Family
Alipe Script is a new script typefaces family. Alipe Script family has light, medium and bold fonts, all with ligatures, alternates and a set of ornements. It can be use for text as for titling applications.
OTF | 3 Fonts | JPG Preview | 3.7 Mb RAR
Adget Sans Font Family $50 | 4 x TTF and OTF
Adget Sans, a modern, strong statement typeface with clean lines and big curves.
Kyoto Font Family $25 | 2 x TTF and OTF
Kyoto is a polluted and grunge typeface. It works well for titles and logos or good for using it in crowded sentences. It comes with two uppercase styles and also comes with an X version, full of stains, markings and other things which will make your font look even more dirty.
Baka Expert Font Family $25 | 1 x TTF and OTF
There’s actually a simple answer. The original Baka was done as an experiment of sorts. I wanted to quickly capture a rough, frenetic handwriting style that broke normal conventions. Commercially, it was successful, received some accolades ... but I wasn’t completely satisfied, so I went back to the master art and the lettering explorations and produced Baka Too. This addressed some of the line items I wanted to refine in Baka. I liked it.
Each font has been out for a few years now, and I have seen them in use. I’m very critical of my work, and I could still see things—modulations of strokes, angle of the nib, ink swell, and so on—that I wanted to change, refine, and reorder.
Romp Font Family $30 | 1 x TTF and OTF
With all ego aside, Romp was designed and influenced by my daughter, Angel. For some time now, she has wanted me to design a font based on her handwriting. But each time I sit down to do it, I run into more that she needs to do and redo. On a recent attempt, I ran into the same situation again. Instead of moving on to something else, I decided to whip out a sumi brush and start making letters...for me, type design is something a little ‘serious’ and never a time to just have fun. This typeface proved that notion wrong—it really was fun. As a result, each letter encouraged another and the design grew...and grew!
The happy result spawned 3 separate sets of letters & numerals (small caps and some ligatures too!). Using the beauty of OpenType, these 3 sets have been fused into one, randomly generating font set.
If you are using any type of OpenType enabled application, then the Romp Pro typeface is the way to go. They include everything found in the 3 separate variants for each style as well as entirely expanding offering of additional small cap and ligature sets.