Keith Bates's Insecurity is demi-dingbat, part readable, part pictorial. It received a Commendation in the 2005 FUSE Typeface Competition
Aiming to reflect the theme Security intuitively and eclectically, the font was compiled Pop Art fashion from Google image searches.
Quote freom Keith Bates: "This font is demi-dingbat, part readable, part pictorial. It was compiled Pop Art fashion using images trawled from internet searches, entering various expressions relating to 'Security'. The aim was to reflect the theme intuitively and eclectically, without concern for restrictions of copyright or weighty documentation. Its appearance derives partly from children's spelling books or alphabet cards, and partly from its ancestors, the Mailart Typeface and Mailart Graphics font of 2004."