Post-Modern / Futuristic
A display font based on the four characters of Jaroslav Supek’s title lettering for his 1980s mailart magazine, ‘Total’. The boxed regular Total is accompanied by a free Eclipse version.
Made to be readable at small point sizes, even the lower case letters. Particularly useful for designer-look web pages.
Managing to be both simple and distinctive, Club takes inspiration from the packaging and signage of dance music and fashion goods.
Display font for pixel lovers – mad for right angles and hard edges? Constructivists ate my bitmaps.
Simple, bold, designer face with identical upper and lower cases, and an organic boneface version.
Originally conceived as two separate Japan-inspired fonts, the upper and lower cases are designed for use separately, but can be mixed when logic and proportion have fallen sloppy dead. Named after Inspector Clouseau’s manservant in the Pink Panther movies.
Insecurity is demi-dingbat, part readable, part pictorial.
It received a Commendation in the 2005 FUSE Typeface Competition.
Aiming to reflect the theme Security intuitively and eclectically, the font was compiled Pop Art fashion from Google image searches.