About this font family
I arrived this concept as a means to fulfil a need for a simple yet radical semi-sans with rounded terminals. My concept called for a modular approach so a single weight font family resulted, the monoline stroke weights being one-eighth of the cap height and the x-height five-eights, the descent two units. Within these constraints I found it was simple to devise an alphabet which met my need for quirkiness whilst retaining its legibility. As for the outline, shadow and contour variants - well they just seem to work. More…
If you are wondering - and you don't hail from the “Land Downunder” - Canberra is our nation’s capital; Bondi - “water breaking over rocks” a beautiful beach in Sydney; Uluru is the name given to the world’s largest pebble, (formerly known as Ayers Rock); Kakadu is a national park in the “Top End” and Koomerang means “hill of clouds” - all place names in their respective Australian indigenous languages.
Come on down - the natives are friendly.