Ever wonder what language looks like? This type decided to dive into this idea… how audible and visual forms really play with each other. The forms you see also hold a physical form which have been waterjet-cut out of stainless steel. With these physical designs in hand and a day in a recording studio later… we get this.
“Sherbrooke” is a simple and sans serif font. I have chosen the name of this typeface after the “Sherbrooke” Street in Montreal, Canada, that I daily walked in for several months in the late 2005 while I was studying in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. I do adore this street and also I adore the whole city of Montreal.
This font comes in two different weights. “Sherbrooke” can be used in wide fields of publications such as the titles of novels, literary texts, short stories, dictionaries, books, newspapers, websites, and magazines. It is suitable for T-shirts, mugs, advertisement light boards in malls, subtitles of movies, logos, cans of foods, and medicines’ names. The font is more attractive when it is printed in calendars and for displaying the contents and paragraphs of electronic encyclopedias and different online websites.
“Sherbrooke” is specifically designed for educational, journalistic, literary, and social purposes. The main characteristics of “Sherbrooke” Typeface are in its sans serif new designed letters and also in its lowercase special numerals. I think that these characteristics have made “Sherbrooke” exceptionally unique with its alphanumeric combinations. You can enjoy this typeface and use it anywhere at any product or service. It is simply gratuitous for all.
The word “Sherbrooke” is a person’s name. Sherbrooke Street – officially Rue Sherbrooke – is a major east-west artery at 31.3 kilometers in length and it is the second longest street on the Island of Montreal in Canada. The street is named for John Coape Sherbrooke, the Governor General of British North America from 1816 to 1818.
Winnie the Hoop is the debut release of Teo Tuominen, a Finnish type and graphic designer. The typeface is inspired by a certain well-known teddy bear. Winnie the Hoop is above all happy and meant to be used in happy publications as well. Using this font to communicate a sad or grave message is not recommended.
Winnie the Hoop is a combination of chubby sans-serif capitals and semi-slab lowercase. This feature makes text set in capitals easy to read and ads some useful contrast between capitals and the slightly quirky lowercase letters.
Winnie the Hoop is best suited for large sizes, headlines, posters, and advertisements (as long as they’re happy!).
Big. Bold. Beautiful. Slinkster is an intricately unique display face created by carefully overlapping equally-sized circles. The geometric patterns formed become increasingly mesmerizing the larger the type is set.
Slinkster works best for display, headers, logotypes, and any other large-scale applications that allow the viewer to become hypnotized by its complexity.
Due to how detailed Slinkster is, you may experience some lagging as it can take a while to render.
INTELLECTA DESIGN makes research and development of fonts with historical and artistical relevant forms. This font is a FREE software for personal and non-commercial use only. But donations for my HISTORICAL STUDIES about the history of the letters, calligraphy and typography are accepted. This font is for unlimited distribution, since attached in a file zip together with this text. For commercial use you need register this software by sending U$ 15,00 to the following paypal account – firstname.lastname@example.org – After that, you need sent me a e-mail (email@example.com), so I will send to you a legal permission to use the font.
I made this font specifically as subtitles. As an alternative form of condensed. I do not think it would be suitable for the bodytext.
Should I make it higher?
Please donate for commercial use, thanks!