Bitumen is a handmade font, based on Haettenschweiler and Schmalfette Grotesk. The family consists of two fonts, each with their italic style.
A nice, handmade font with a little ’20’s feel to it.
Blackminster is a Gothic font I found in a 1916 lettering book. The original letters were hand made by Harry Lawrence Gage.
Morgenfrisk means: ‘feeling refreshed after a good night’s sleep’ in Danish. This font was based on a script from a 1952 copy of Speedball.
Lenox Avenue is a roaring twenties font, based on the lettering of Samuel Welo.
A new font for a fresh new week: Dragon Spell. It’s a handmade magical font.
I really like London, so I had to name a font after it. Well, technically I named it after one of its districts. Southwark is a handmade Clarendon with a brushy texture.
Zealand was named after the Dutch province of Zeeland – which also gave its name to New Zealand. It is a hand made obese display font with lots of texture.
Smiling Cat is an adaptation of my ‘old’ font Harimau Dua. I have changed the glyphs a bit, made it extra bold and redid the kerning, so I launched it as a new font.
A handmade Baskerville, full of life!