In the summer of 2017, I started taking a hard look at my ”unfinished” folder of fonts that were simply gathering dust. To my surprise there was a whole lot of junk in there. Some of it was deserving of more time and attention, some were worthwhile experiments, and other bits were simply trash.
Lots of times, a custom project doesn’t require the sophisticated character sets that are necessary for a general release. Fonts can become useful to a client extremely early in the process, which is really wonderful. Unfortunately, that means many things are used by a handful of people, but never truly see the light of day.
By sharing this unfinished work, I hope it can serve as a sort of time capsule. These efforts are far from perfect, but they accurately represent a time and place in my development as a type designer.
Should you see something that you’d like to license, don’t hesitate to get in touch.