Washington D.C.

Washington D.C.

Penn Station, Baltimore, MD

Penn Station, Baltimore, MD

End of the roll selfie.

End of the roll selfie.

Larger characters from my as yet unnamed layerable hexagon typeface.

Larger characters from my as yet unnamed layerable hexagon typeface.

The digital version of the hexagon typeface print.

The digital version of the hexagon typeface print.

Baltimore, MD

Baltimore, MD

Developing some film tonight. It’s been too long.

Developing some film tonight. It’s been too long.

Also, announcing the second of my new typefaces released today: Pila.

Pila is a modular, sans-serif stencil typeface that comes in regular and condensed formats.

Crafted to be a bold, punchy, no-nonsense stencil typeface, Pila owes its unique look — as well as its name — to its adherence to the rigid modular system it is built upon. Pila is meant to be used at larger point sizes where visual impact is desired.

Pila has a broad glyph set with the necessary characters to support a wide number of languages. Through the use of OpenType Pila can automatically create fractions as well as create superscript and subscript numerals.

Pila is available for purchase at MyFonts and YouWorkForThem.

My typeface, Teip, is now available for purchase at MyFonts and YouWorkForThem.

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