monospaces programming font
This was an attempt at making a small, monospaced, outline font that would be geometrically regular and simple. The endeavor was motivated by a deep adoration of old-school console bitmap fonts, of Consolas, of Pragmata Pro, as well as a novice's curiosity for typographical design.
Tomboy Notes rewritten to ease installation and cross platform
tomboy-ng notes allows easy management of a large or small set of notes. Notes can contain a range of font sizes, bold, italic and highlight. Available for Linux, Windows amd Mac and easy sync between them. This is the QT5 based version.
contemporary modern typeface
This is a contemporary modern typeface with some features of a Bodoni, but the structures, soft lines, and finishes leave a calm and distinguished feeling. The first sketches were made during a vacation in Arapey, a small town the north of Uruguay. The italics are gentle, rhythmic, and bring a special glamour to both text use and titles.
monospace typeface inspired by other mono fonts
This is a mashup of sorts, inspired by some beautiful forms found in both Fira Mono, Libertinus Mono, and Courier.
font for medievalists
This is the Elstob font (named for the eighteenth-century Anglo-Saxonist Elizabeth Elstob) is based on the Double Pica commissioned by Bishop John Fell in the seventeenth century.
authentic secretary hand font
The Joscelyn font is named for John Joscelyn (1529-1604), secretary to Matthew Parker, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1559 to 1575. Among the first Englishmen to recover the ability to read the Old English language, Joscelyn compiled an Old English dictionary, contributed to Parker's published works, and wrote Historiola Collegii Corporis Christi, a short history of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Parker's college.