A futurist inspired geometric stencil in clean and rough versions. This design approach was distilled into a more regular typeface in Futura Black; State takes its inspiration from the more eccentric designs that predated that font.
Two-flavour stripes feature in this geometric font that is reminiscent of the Deco styles that adorn seaside ice-cream parlours and arcades.
Make way for Filmotype Power, a wide bouncy sans serif originally released by Filmotype in 1955 and captures the essence of mid-century casual playfulness.
Filmotype Power was developed from the original font filmstrips and includes a full international character compliment, automatic ligature combinations, ordinals, fractionals, and a host of alternate characters in dynamic OpenType format.
Profumo evokes the rubber ‘top secret’ stamps found on files in government vaults and under the beds of double-agents’ mistresses.
The font was produced by scanning in inky impressions from vintage rubber letters - dozens of prints were made, and the most interesting selected.
Xenotype is an examination of heavy horizontal weighting and develops ideas underlying 60s and 70s headline faces.
Retaining all the imperfections and irregularities of wood type, Wormwood Gothic is a gothic sans with all the naive and uneven character shapes typical of the period.