hand drawn typeface


Hand drawn typeface + Image transfer

With the constant replacement of the old with new, new buildings are increasingly looking alike. What give us an identity and our roots are these old charming places that are built by our forefathers. The concept of this typeface is literally inspired from the quote ‘Historic places give us roots’, and hence for each letter, shiny new buildings appears above the ground, while elements of the old architecture are buried underground.

anonymous asked:

Hi Risa! Can you tell me the difference of Lettering and Typography?

Lettering - You “draw” the letters for a specific purpose/project, unlike in Typography where you use previously designed fonts. Every letter is created from scratch.

Typography - You work with “typeable” fonts. If you decided to turn your hand-drawn letters into typefaces, then you can call that Typography.