Display font – stedelijk cut edges

 

typography

Year

2007

Hamburg, Germany

Role

  • design

For the development of a display typeface, the Netherland ›Stedelijk‹ was chosen as the basis for the new font. I have built all the characters in Fontlab, from scratch. I straightened all the inside corners of the characters, as well as uniform the latter spacing to a the grid.Thus, the font has become a hybrid between a Proportional and Monospace font, which is very independent in the expression. It is ideal for large applications in were the letters shown in high degrees.

 
I straightened all the inside corners of the characters, as well as uniform the latter spacing to a the grid.Thus, the font has become a hybrid between a Proportional and Monospace font, which is very independent in the expression. It is ideal for large applications in were the letters shown in high degrees.

I straightened all the inside corners of the characters, as well as uniform the latter spacing to a the grid.Thus, the font has become a hybrid between a Proportional and Monospace font, which is very independent in the expression. It is ideal for large applications in were the letters shown in high degrees.