»The Typographic Grid« (for widescreen displays)
Wallpaper 1920x1200 created with:
Ray Larabies (TYPODERMIC) punky, grungy rubber stamp typeface »Meposa Stamp«
Meposa: After the Graphic Art Conflict of 2525, the dust and toner settled.
The survivors were discovered the only print resource left was a
majestic grove of rubber trees growing from the heap of destroyed 22nd
century print technology. Designers reminisced about the days when
printing was a simple as feeding a piece of paper to a printerbot but
times had changed. Rubber stamps enjoyed a renaissance becoming the
print tool of choice for eye-catching headlines. Artful use of the
irregular texture of the stamp became the hallmark of the individual
imparted through the subtle pressure of the stamper’s hand. It became
an art unto itself and the Scrapbookers guild was formed to teach the
intricacies of the mystical rubber stamp.
Meposa is a rugged, mixed-case display font. It features open apertures departing from its classic wood-block roots. A mutated mélange of 70s custom van culture, historical wood type, retro-tech blended with modern design elements resulted in Meposa.
Bold is better. Put your stamp on the future with Meposa.
Patrick Griffins (CANADA TYPE) antiqued, messy typewriter typeface »Chapter 11«
Chapter 11 is a pseudo-random typewriter font with the ribbon on the fritz. The
single font contains four different character sets of varying ranges.
If your program supports advanced OpenType features, activate the
contextual alternates to see the ghost in the machine while you type.
Otherwise, character variations are accessible through any character
map or glyph palette, so you can manually mix and match your setting.
This font is highly recommended for use in filling out government bailout forms. It will make the whole world believe you actually need it.