All the accents reminded me of a mixture of different languages. And I was having pasta the night I made this font. It was fettucine if you're wondering...
The name came to me the night I made Chonker but that font wasn't very loverly, so I saved it for later. And this font is cute enough with the hearts! Type the heart by using the asterisk (*) key.
The name for this font was inspired by my famous-writer-to-be friend Natasha, who I like to call Sha. She wanted mascara, of all things, for Christmas.
My best bud Tania is a crazy girl. She was a terror in elementary school, and loves to use tiny Post-it® notes. We were at the magnet store in Victoria, BC, and somehow came up with the word "Mugnuts."
I wonder whether someone can be genetically predisposed to getting split ends. My hairdresser says it depends on diet; my mom says it depends on sleep. Actually, my parents blame everything on my weird sleeping hours.
This font was made late one night when I was doodling with a sharpie. The little zigzags made me think of parties and streamers and confetti, so I picked a name that rhymed with "confetti"!
This name came up when I was brainstorming for twisted song titles. It's a play off Spacehog's "Mungo City" and aptly describes the screwed up letters in this font.
Who doesn't love yummy cookie dough, when it's thick and goopy and crunchy because the sugar is still crystallized? This font is kind of thick, but I'm not too sure about the goopy and crunchy part.
A nice fun-looking angly font that I made after going through my dad's stash of nuts and bolts in the garage. I was originally going to call this Gearification but Cutting Corners sounds like more fun doesn't it?
While slightly illegible, this futuristic font is usable. The name came from my good friend Jessie and I thought she used the phrase as a modification of a Vancouver band's name (Damn the Diva). But nope! It actually came from the movie Empire Records.
My dear friend Kim casually mentioned one day that I should make a font called Fetish, but being the wacko I am, I decided to put a twist on things. So I found myself an impression of a foot and created my font with it! To type the footprint, use alt-250!