Compass Next is a third edition of Compass TRF designed in 2002. The first time Compass TRF has been conceived was as a “geometric” Didone – all letters literally were drawn with a ruler and a compass. Second edition (2009) got additional styles – Flourish Initials and Small Caps. This time, the objective was to bring overall extreme geometrical expression closer to traditional letterform style of its “modern style” typeface category (Didone). All glyphs were redrawn including in alternative Decorative style, and additional Bold weight has been added.
Ptoxina. Pixels join Circles.
Ptoxina is a new member oft the Atoxina family with experimental character.
In this experimental hypnotic font pixels join circles.
The typeface was designed by Alexey Chekulaev inspired by artwork of Grigory Klikushin.
Fast Food is a font based on the former logo of a hamburger chain. It has that look of the 1970s & 1980s, yet also has a futuristic, alienesque, sci-fi look about it. It can be used for projects aimed at consumers waxing nostalgic for their good old days, or for movie posters or books about the great final frontier, and much more. There’s an alternate uppercase E & F, both of which are really stylin'! You may even develop such an appetite that you'll want to supersize your order! Digitized by John Bomparte.
Conceptualized by Dalton Maag font developer, Spike Spondike, Blenny is a true individual, with elegant hairlines and exaggerated ball terminals. Soft, voluptuous curves and a retro feel make it suitable for branding, bold headlines, or product labels. Blenny comes in one weight and supports two script systems, Latin and Thai.