March 7 Completed proprietary font software for Watlow, the largest custom designer and manufacturer of industrial electric heaters, sensors and controllers; with offices and manufacturing facilities around the world.
January 21 Completed proprietary corporate font software for UniFirst, a leading supplier of work clothing and uniforms to organizations of all types and sizes
October 10 Completed the Schulz™ typeface, an exclusive font design for Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates. The Schulz typeface is the definitive 1960s-style Charles Schulz cartooon lettering font software and will be a key branding element for the Peanuts™ franchise.
February 28 Completed the Miami Giants typeface, an exclusive font design for Alex Ramirez, Jr. of the Miami Giants and Alex Ramirez of the Yomiuri Giants baseball team, for use on team uniforms and logos.
January 5 Released Safari 2.0, the next generation of the ultimate adventure font. Safari 2.0 adds an exclusive lowercase alphabet, three weights, true small caps and many other features.
November 23 Released Craftsmen, an exclusive, original 21st century Craftsmen font. The typeface is available in nine styles. Also released Craftsmen Ornaments, an exclusive, original ornamental Arts and Crafts font.
November 11 Completed Dark Owl, an exclusive font design for singer and songwriter Olivia Sebastianelli.
October 2 Released Cinema 3.0, a significant upgrade to our popular Hollywood deco typeface. Cinema 3.0 features a completely new design and expanded character set.
September 1 Completed WED Enterprises, a font design based on Disney's WED Enterprises logo from the 1960s, for a private client.
August 9 Completed the promotional artwork the Amber Entertainment film, Jackie Collins: Paris Connections. The film is based on the Madison Castelli character from the writings of New York Times bestselling novelist, Jackie Collins. We worked closely with Amber Entertainment producers Mark Ordesky (producer of The Lord of the Rings trilogy), Ileen Maisel (producer of Dangerous Liaisons, The Golden Compass) and documentary producer Lawrence Elman as well as Jackie Collins to create the artwork used for promoting the film.
June 14 Completed a custom logo and animated film titling sequence for New York Times bestselling novelist, Jackie Collins. With over 400 million copies of her books sold in more than 40 countries, and with some twenty-seven New York Times bestsellers to her credit, Jackie Collins is one of the world's top-selling novelists.
May 30 Released Space, a 1970s modern typeface updated for the 21st century. The typeface is available in seven styles.
May 28 Completed custom video animation project for Amber Entertainment, Inc. The animated sequence features the Amber Entertainment logo and will serve as the animated card at the beginning of each Amber Entertainment feature film and video production.
May 21 Completed proprietary corporate font software for Gambull of London, United Kingdom.
May 3 Released Pan-Pacific, an Art Deco typeface inspired by signage from the former Pan Pacific Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. The typeface is available in four styles.
March 29 Completed a corporate logo for Amber Entertainment, Inc, a new entertainment production company formed by former New Line Cinema executive Mark Ordesky (producer of The Lord of the Rings trilogy), Ileen Maisel (producer of Dangerous Liaisons, The Golden Compass), Jane Fleming and documentary producer Lawrence Elman.
Released Emblem, a typeface with talon-like serifs, precision-cut angles and sleek bold lines. Emblem features 16 styles and over 600 alternate uppercase and lowercase letters, the largest set of glyphs in any DOD typeface created thus far.
Released Hocus Pocus, a whimsical, magical design created in preparation for the release of Harry Potter movie in 2009. We'll see what happens.
Released TradeWind, a unique, calligraphic typeface with a swashbuckling, rugged look. This font project was begun in 1997 under the name "Tropic."
Released Nautilus, inspired by Jules Verne's and Harper Goff's design for the Nautilus submarine featured in20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The Nautilus was a predatory submersible resembling a crocodile with large eerie eyes and thick metal hull studded with rivets and bristling with barbed projections.
Released Astro SE, a complete re-design of the Astro typeface. Astro was the first Star Wars font available on the web, initially released in 1996.
Released Kingdom, a modern variation of the classic Blackletter style used in theme park signage in Anaheim, California and Orlando, Florida.
2.0 which includes lowercase letters and a fourth
Added a Iron
Hero Tutorial to help those using the Iron Hero font for their
Released World Symbols, a free companion symbols font to the World typeface.
Released World 2.0, a complete re-design of the World typeface first released in 1997. World is based on Deborah Lord's custom typeface used in the original signage for EPCOT in Orlando, Florida.
Hero, a bold, masculine sans serif font with chiseled lines and subtle curves.