CP Mono is a monospaced OpenType font, inspired by the letter style of British car plates. I’m currently completing the character set and testing the webfont on this site, though it’s not meant to be used for small copy text.
You can also see it here in action or try it in this experimental TypeTester.
CP Mono Wood is the hand crafted companion to the digital version. Equipped with magnetic pads, the letters can be attached to metallic surfaces. It’s an ongoing project. So far, I produced sets for several colors, including “nature”.
The Orangic alphabet was made from fresh orange peels, which got pressed and dried after cutting the letters. Over several days the letters found their final shape “by them self”, excluding the cook from the design process. Bon Appétit!
The design of Bloc is based on a squar(ish) shape, lending it it’s (almost) mono-spaced but (fully) bloccesque appearance.
Cinema Paris was drawn after billboard letters of the Cinema Paris → in Berlin. Merci bien! for the photo-session.
Swing is based on the logo-type of a polish railroad company. I liked the vivid letter forms and tried to preserve the inconsistent stroke weight and direction.
Gecco comes in a more thick and a rather thin version.
Maerchen is a mix and match of characteristic shapes of broad pen doodles.