studio punkat's blog

studio punkat's picture

Brouniak

Hello !

I think fonts softwares offer a great opportunity to produce "more" than types for the client. The project below, Brouniak, is the third for which i used FontLab to create symbols the client can use in classical office softwares to get : vectorial logotype, vectorial backgrounds, vectorial pictograms, etc.

For Brouniak, i've created a special font, with the logotype instead of letters and dots instead of numbers : the client can use a vectorial logotype on documents he creates under OpenOffice, and the clock of his computer generate dotted random backgrounds (i've used the "insert date/hours" function to do that).

You can read (in french) the full project here : http://www.punkat.com

1. Logotype and font:

studio punkat's picture

2 Colors Design

Hello,

me again... I’ve just open another pool on Flickr devoted to the 2 colors design works. Feel free to submit your works !

2 Colors Design

studio punkat's picture

Serial Design

Hello,

I've just open a pool on Flickr devoted to serial design. Feel free to submit your works : editorial collection, series of posters, series of records, etc.

Serial Design Pool

studio punkat's picture

Keming Tshirt

A funny stuff, the Keming Tshirt by Ironic Sans (David Friedman).

studio punkat's picture

AMAN Logotype

Hi.

This is a logotype using the jos' Fontin Sans, for the Ancient Music Association of Nancy (Association de Musique Ancienne de Nancy) or "A.M.A.N". I've played with the "A" and the "M" of "Ancient" and "Music" to create a kind of old monogram with the Caslon, which is contrasted by the contemporary face of the Fontin Sans.

studio punkat's picture

Chatterton Sans

Hey, here is just an type i've done in 2005 for a small contemporary dance company : the Chatterton Sans. I'll probably make the serif version soon.

The Chatterton Sans in use :


studio punkat's picture

self-square

Here is just an experimental type called "self-square".


The "self-square" develops an interaction with the user. It is just a simple grid (2x2 + diagonals) according to which the user draws freely each characters and define its weight by the choice of his tool (pen, marker, etc). The "self-square" could be printed on a tape, and then, the width of the tape determines the basic leading.

And here, you can see that's too easy to get a condensed version.

Syndicate content Syndicate content