Moron was originally the sans-serif version of Nylon, but took on a life of its own-attempting to be cute/nasty, old/new. It became mainly inspired by both the round sausage style typefaces from 1970s and victorian sans-serif fonts.
Olympukes is a collection of 52 icons depicting the true spirit of the Olympics.
This pictogram font is offered free for personal use only and will be released on 13th of August, the occasion of the Athens Olympics 2004.
A contemporary sans-serif typeface with an agreeable character, Doctrine Sans is the moderate comrade of the display typeface Doctrine Stencil. From the obscure starting point of the North Korean national airline livery, Doctrine has grown to encompass a series of more mature typographic influences. By blending elements of twentieth-century neo-grotesque, humanist and geometric styles, Doctrine is at once universal and idiosyncratic. Doctrine is informed mid-twentieth-century modernism, yet is more human and less clinical than many modernist faces. The rounded, lighter weights speak with graceful composure whilst the large x-height, low contrast and squarer, heavier weights give Doctrine an affable charm and a persuasive voice.