Hikari is Japanese and means “Light”. The Hikari family has been in work since 2012 (with interruptions). It features a straight-forward, contemporary Neo Grotesk design, but it also reminds of the spirit of Geometric Sans Serif typefaces.
The typeface Honey has a genuine, welcoming character. Its qualities are a result of nurturing and care. Designed with the characteristics of a humanist sans serif typeface, but with a subtly broader tracking than classic humanist sans serifs, Honey emits a warm feeling, it is friendly and approachable.
Untitled Serif Family
A new serif typeface I have been working on since summer 2017. It doesn’t have a name yet and its Italics and various weights are still in work. In the early drafts for this typeface, it looked like it was headed for the direction of transitional fonts. But I was missing the appeal and warmth of a Geralde typeface, so over time those two directions merged into what now is a modern take on a serif, designed for long-form journalism, essays, stories and books.
Shown here in its Bold variation, Press is founded on the tradition of newspaper headline typefaces of the early 20th century, but it also shows reminescence of classics such as the Trade Gothic or Franklin Gothic families. Despite its retro naming, Press was designed not for the printing press but with modern displays in mind.
Bot Mono Family
Bot Mono was born out of a search for a better coding font. In 2010, at the time of its inception, many monospaced fonts were variations of Sans Serifs used by programmers. Bot Mono was drawn from scratch, each letter specifically designed for better recognition, to improve on-screen readability.
For some identity projects I developed a custom font family, which was then used for screen- and print design across the brand experience. If you are looking for a distinctive edge for your brand, typography that sets it apart, get in touch and we can work out a licensing model that fits your needs best.Inquiries