For months now, I've been posting images like this one about a project I've been working on for probably a year or more.
I had hoped to reveal this at the end of February with a little more news than I have now, but there were some logistical issues that prevented that from happening. Now, though, it seems like as good a time as any to announce that I've completed my first typeface intended for public distribution. Say hello to Geode.
Geode is a slab serif font intended for large or medium type - it is intended to be versatile, and looks great in print or on a monitor
I'll spare you, dear readers, the long, overblown explanation of every last detail. Suffice to say I designed Geode with care, giving it large, open apertures, gentle curves, and details that make it feel cozy and comfortable.
There are six fonts belonging to the typeface so far - Light, Regular, Bold, and their italic friends.
The only hitch is that it's not publicly available yet. Fingers crossed, I'll have more news to share soon. But it feels great to be able to share this with everyone now.