Bowlby has been designed for use as a utilitarian, all caps display font. A version with lowercase characters is also available. It’s forms are a fusion of a handfull of designs scanned from old, early Twentieth Century type specimens. Bowlby is perfect for big Bold Headlines and displays that need a slightly roughened look. Bowlby is a webfont, designed to be used freely across the internet by web browsers on desktop computers, laptops, cloud systems and mobile devices.
Gravity is a typographic experiment, born from the desire to deepen my knowledge about this discipline.
Gravity is also a new geometric sans serif typeface designed with balance and large counters.
The typeface uses the “gravity” as a distinctive, functional and aesthetic feature of the font. It is going
to be used as official font by “Accademia di Belle Arti Palermo”.
Aleo is a contemporary typeface designed as the slab serif companion to the Lato font by Łukasz Dziedzic. Aleo has semi-rounded details and a sleek structure, giving it a strong personality while still keeping readability high. The family comprises six styles: three weights (light, regular and bold) with corresponding true italics.
This weeks art is from art.com’s Wee You-Things collection. Isn’t it fun?
Font Friday is about having fun with images and finding new fonts while celebrating design and bringing attention to the under-celebrated art of font creation. Explore dafonts.com + art.com to make your own fun designs. Get creative!