BEMIS | I accidentally fell in love with type design, and more specifically, the inscription on the historic Bemis building in Seattle. A high waist and great contrast are characteristics of this classic caps lettering that inspired my debut typeface, with additions of 3/4 caps and ornaments to boot. Available for purchase on MyFonts!
IN THE NEWS: Seattle designer turns century old inscription into new digital font
ON THE RADIO: Turning The Most Basic Element Of Language Into Beautiful, Functional Design
CANDY CANE LANE | Candy Cane Lane is a peppermint-striped version of my first release, Bemis, based off of a 1917 inscription on the historic Bemis building in Seattle. The high waist and thick, vertical stems featured in this typeface set the stage for a whimsical—yet classy—holiday version of Bemis. Candy Cane Lane would love to be featured in larger display settings, such as a title or header advertising corporate events, holiday parties or your annual family newsletter. Available for purchase on MyFonts!
CRISTOFORO | I assisted type guru Thomas Phinney in digitally reviving the upper and lowercase letters for the Cristoforo italic—a Victorian Americana classic H.P. Lovecraft typeface.