A new typeface I am developing for an Organic Soil Guru / Distributor. Shown above are the text styles in Regular and Bold and the bold Condensed. The type is intended to have an organic earthy feel with edgey curves which change direction abruptly, similar to blackletter, along with stems that slightly taper halfway. It sports a high x-height with moderate extenders. The progress shown above is roughly 50+ hours worth of work, total. There is also a logo that was developed which was the inspiration for this typeface, which originally began as a Type Cooker ‘recipe.’ It is currently being developed to support all latin-based languages and has tabular figures and fractions.

A new typeface I am developing for an Organic Soil Guru / Distributor. Shown above are the text styles in Regular and Bold and the bold Condensed. The type is intended to have an organic earthy feel with edgey curves which change direction abruptly, similar to blackletter, along with stems that slightly taper halfway. It sports a high x-height with moderate extenders. The progress shown above is roughly 50+ hours worth of work, total. There is also a logo that was developed which was the inspiration for this typeface, which originally began as a Type Cooker ‘recipe.’ It is currently being developed to support all latin-based languages and has tabular figures and fractions.

Update to the Humanist design! I've added a sans to this type-family. I have also made some minor tweaks to the serif style to help improve legibility and readability. Overall, I am very happy with the early look and feel of this typeface which is intended to be used for corporate-business communications and more serious environments. Above is a test situation in a resume.

Update to the Humanist design! I've added a sans to this type-family. I have also made some minor tweaks to the serif style to help improve legibility and readability. Overall, I am very happy with the early look and feel of this typeface which is intended to be used for corporate-business communications and more serious environments. Above is a test situation in a resume.

Further work in progress on the wedge serif. I have made some nice progress on this, currently having numerals, punctuation some extended latin characters and started developing the bold which is coming along in tandem. Here is a screen shot of the regular weight...

A new design I am currently working on by myself. My goal is a to create a typeface that is correct in thick and thin weight placement and proportions that are comfortable for reading in extended text settings. Categorically speaking, this would be considered a contemporary serif with it's wedge shape serifs and calligraphic forms.

A new design I am currently working on by myself. My goal is a to create a typeface that is correct in thick and thin weight placement and proportions that are comfortable for reading in extended text settings. Categorically speaking, this would be considered a contemporary serif with it's wedge shape serifs and calligraphic forms.

A bodoni design, I call Joedoni in magazine layout mock-up. I've been working on this design for the last couple of months and have created 4 weights: thin, regular, bold and black, which is the style used below. The lesson with designing this style of typeface is to get all of the thin and thick strokes consistent from one letter to the next, create smooth curves and learn spacing for a display face. For now this design is finished until possibly re-visiting in the future where italics could also be added.

A bodoni design, I call Joedoni in magazine layout mock-up. I've been working on this design for the last couple of months and have created 4 weights: thin, regular, bold and black, which is the style used below. The lesson with designing this style of typeface is to get all of the thin and thick strokes consistent from one letter to the next, create smooth curves and learn spacing for a display face. For now this design is finished until possibly re-visiting in the future where italics could also be added.

a look at a humanist wedge serif design I am currently working on. It grew out of another wedge serif design I am also working on. They are in the very early stages but thanks to my type design mentor, Diana Ovezea!

I've been really interested in typography and type design the past couple years. As a result of my interest, I created the design above. It started out a basic humanist sans, but have been growing to really appreciate grotesque faces with a flair of calligraphy, much like Bureau Grot designed by David Berlow and others at The Font Bureau. There are still some weaknesses to this design, but feel that it is a good start and hope to continue working on it and expanding the face to multiple weights.