House Mouse Font Design Page II, I through P, Pencil on Bristol, 11 x 17 inches, 2017 One step closer to having a complete alphabet for my typeface House Mouse. Things are actually going much faster than I anticipated - I'm speeding up with practice. First House Mouse post is here if you missed it and individual letters are below. Chipping away at it, more soon.
House Mouse Font Design Page I, A through H, Pencil on Bristol, 11 x 17 inches, 2017 I've thrown myself into the world of typography by designing House Mouse, an isometric font where each letter is a tiny building. Like anything I do complexity is a must which is kind of counterintuitive considering the purpose of a typeface is to be legible. Thus, House Mouse might be the worlds least useful font but one cannot deny it looks interesting. This started off as a demo for my Dra
I'm a perfectly competent draftsmen but I know little of the mathematical specifics to teach engineering. Thus, teaching for Industrial Design at MIAD has resulted in weekends spent drafting at my kitchen table surrounded by books. I've learned a lot about applied geometry over the past several months and these are resulting drawings. All are pencil on Bristol Board.