Release Notes
Typeface: Coastal image

Typeface: Coastal

2023.07.12

Light-hearted, bouncy, and ebullient, Coastal will sit back in the passenger seat with the top down and the tunes on. Seriously drawn and purpose-built to just smile—we took care of all hard stuff, so this script works nice and easy for you. So easy, it was necessary to provide multiple swash and titling alternates, seven stylistic sets, and even fractions. Three widths (not squeezed or stretched) and two angles (no shortcuts) make every attempt to give you what will need and what you might need. And if that doesn’t work, Coastal is available as a multi-axis variable font to tickle your typographic fancy. So, mix up some mai tais, grab your keyboard, and let the sunny vibes of Coastal meet you at the beach.

Example Blog Post image

Example Blog Post

2023.11.30

Superscript started as a personal challenge... simple as that. I had been doodling in a sketchbook with a sumi brush, focusing on very compressed, high-contrast, connected script letterforms. This type of doodle is usually a warm-up exercise.

Typeface: Smiles image

Typeface: Smiles

2023.11.08

Sometimes, you just need to draw something fun. Smiles explores influences from wood type designs mixed with reverse contrast (and a bit of whimsy). The immenseness of letterforms warranted drawing lowercase options in a more biform configuration, sharing the cap height instead, while the bifurcated serifs and tight spacing create fun undulations along the baseline… allowing for more confident and energetic settings.

Typeface: Glazier image

Typeface: Glazier

2023.05.17

Glazier's typographic research delves into the origins of the Latin script, emphasizing the evolution of lowercase letters and the significance of serifs. Through exploration of the Caroline minuscule and the refinement of serifs, Glazier embodies these typographic discoveries. The hand-drawn serif typeface captures a semi-formal essence, striking a balance between crispness and warmth.

Typeface: Superscript image

Typeface: Superscript

2024.04.01

Superscript started as a personal challenge... simple as that. I had been doodling in a sketchbook with a sumi brush, focusing on very compressed, high-contrast, connected script letterforms. This type of doodle is usually a warm-up exercise.

Typeface: Ordinary image

Typeface: Ordinary

2022.08.01

This is Ordinary. With the world slowly dragging itself out of a pandemic-heavy few years, what used to be normal is now obsolete as we all have adapted to a new normal. So should our typeface, so should sans serifs. Ordinary is, well, an extra-ordinary attempt to take a snapshot of what is ‘now’ and what separates this new millennia from designs and ideas that are more than half a century old. So, here’s our new typographic normal, our new Ordinary.