About Boxy Code Font Family
In the late 60’s, one of the best art publications in the country was Motive magazine, published (amazingly) by the United Methodist Church. Filled to the brim with poetry, essays, line drawing and woodcuts, it also featured some cutting-edge typography.
is based upon my memories of woodcut typography from that great magazine. Since
’s lowercase consists of the uppercase’s negative spaces, it’s easy to combine the two with Layer Styles in Photoshop in order to achieve the effect I used in one poster above. It also works great if you use a well-known text as a background. This new version is totally redrawn and features all the Latin-accented letters. Uppercase consists of black capitals in boxes; lowercase features the negative spaces of those boxed capitals. Uppercase and lowercase line up exactly for 2-color effects.
About Just My Type
Explore "Just My Type Foundry," home to 56 exquisite fonts meticulously crafted by Tucson/Lisbon-based designer, Randy Harris. With unwavering dedication, each glyph embodies a distinct design philosophy. This collection goes beyond ordinary, offering fonts tailored for creative expression rather than traditional use. Personalized customization options guarantee a perfect fit for any project. Immerse yourself in a world where fonts are not just tools, but mediums of artistic innovation. This is typography as personal artistry—an inspiration for both designers and enthusiasts.