Neona is a font in the spirit of the standard ‘no frills’ sans-serif 4-inch-high neon sign text used in cheap bars, coffee shops, bakeries and tattoo parlors around the world.
Henry8 is a historical caps font originally penned in the 16th century.
I have extended it to include numbers and a few symbols.
Sprouts is probably best described as "Bonsai-Nouveau".
It’s designed to look 100% organic up close, while maintaining good readability even at a distance. The looped letters terminate in playful swirls perfect for use on the cover of a menu or cookbook, yet would be equally at home in corporate logo art or as initials.
Museum is the Wundes foundry’s first font revival. These letter forms are scanned from the engravings of Freeman Delamotte who in 1879 published a spectacular set of ancient and mediaeval ornamental alphabets. The original forms for this font were created in 1490, a few years before Columbus discovered America.