TLD / Font Space 2009 / 06.06.2009
While creating the full signage suite for Lightspace a block typeface presented itself within the exposed blockwork walls onsite, which we’ve used as a bold contrast to the tubular identity, drawn in Font Route.
The typeface has so far been used on the Lightspace website and various collateral.
TLD / Font Pixel family grows / 17.04.2009
The whole Font Pixel family came together over the Easter break, with a bold weight, small caps, oblique (italics) and a set of old-style (non-lining) numerals added – and to top it all off, the team at FontStruct have given it ‘Top Pick’ status…
As Trade Gothic (the typeface Font Pixel was based on) lacks a true italic, an oblique version was created, which was heavily influenced by Unibody Italic from Underware – who mastered the illusion of incline using vertically stacked pixels.
TLD / Font Airport on FontStruct / 19.11.2008
After numerous requests, which we thank all for their interest and persist… sorry patience, we have finally been able to compile Font Airport using FontStruct‘s tools.
The upper and lower cases overlap to enable the full matrix to take shape in two tones, for those who are inclined to give it a whirl.
TLD / Font Airport 2004 / 17.11.2008
Whilst waiting in airport lounges listening to second hand music from the person’s iPod in the seat beside me, I found something to pass the time…
Font Airport is an interpretation of the information displays found in, well airports, and by maintaining a set matrix, a few oddities emerge. I like to call these nuances as they give the font a distinguishing character – some may call them mistakes but they should see Picasso’s portraits.
Now available on FontStruct. © Dan Pike.
TLD / FontStruct / 15.07.2008
Apart from the odd dabble, we never really got around to digitising the typefaces shown on the old website…