Melbourne is a sans-serif font with a modern touch. The first drafts of the typeface where drawn in 2008 during a study-abroad semester in Australia. The idea was to create a clean and compact font that can be used in.
I love this design because it is a line from one of my favorite songs of all time (Love Will Tear us Apart by Joy Division) and it is also a play on words. The typography is being torn apart while talking about tearing something apart.
Natural History Type Project on Behance. A type series created by Sleep Projects. Inspired by Bebas typeface and designed by Ryoichi Tsenekawa. Each letter is designed to a mineral that begins with that letter
Wow, we are loving all these different fonts, each for a different herb. These fonts have an antique quality that I really like about them. I especially love Rosemary and Cilantro because they exude a lot of qualities found in the aesthetic which I love.