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The Great Typographic Adventures.



This year's 36daysoftype has been really special to me. I challenged myself to do the humongous task of creating a series a day for all the 36 days of the event. The approach was to use procedural ways to design an algorithm that would help me to create a whole series for every single day. I failed. Still I was able to create a set of approximately 19 type series consisting of 684 artworks, and this was still huge for me. 12 of these series are now proper fonts you can buy from my gumroad or Creative Market shop.
Anyways presenting to you the first edition of "da_noob's great typographic adventures."   






Terrain Type:
Inspired by beautiful satellite pictures of different terrains, the auto generated colors adds a very out worldly vibe to it.​​​​​​​





Melt Type:
Inspired by the nature of a candle, the material is melty and transparent.​​​​​​​



Melt is now a font find it here.




Boardpins Type:





Poof Type:

Find Poof here.





Shred Type:



Purchase shred here.



Organic Type:
Inspired by the nature of fungus and algae.



Purchase Organic here.




Shapes Type:



You can purchase Shapes here.




Embroidery Type:
Inspired by the beautiful art of embroidery. The colors were self generated by the algorithm.





Wrap Type:



you can buy Wrap here.




Cheese Type:
All hail the cheese font.



You can purchase cheese here.






You can purchase Bubble here:




Cliff Type:




Kiri  Type:
Inspired by the beautiful art of kirigami.


You can purchase Kiri here:








Quill Type:
Inspired by the beautiful art of quilling.


Find Quill here.




Swell Type:





Bricks Type:


Purchase bricks here.



Congrats you have scrolled through the full page. I had a total blast working on this project. Hope you enjoyed watching it. To follow more of work and journey you can follow me on instagram.



The Great Typographic Adventures.
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The Great Typographic Adventures.

Procedural typography and 36 days of type.
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