Babylon is a playful and elegant family, perfect for branding projects, headlines, posters and packaging also for logos! Primarily it is characterized by a modern look with straight shapes, but on closer view, one sees a wide range of alternate characters, as well as five style typeface! Furthermore it is a unicase typeface, all of the Babylon play with uppercase initials.
Babylon was a civilisation that stretched from Bagdad to the Persian Gulf. There is an Old and new Babylonia, the era of Babylon civilization and the biblical Babylon. The oldest scriptures to be found since the rise of civilisation are Babylonic. The Christian, the Jewish and the Arabic culture find its origin in the Middle East. And share more or less the same history, the same roots and DNA. One people, but in reality a melting pot of close related cultures whom could not be more far apart, hostile and suspicious towards each other. An eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth.
From the basement labs and after hours lounge of R∙U∙S∙S∙T Institute, we present After 5. With a somewhat formal (ha ha) yet warm, friendly feel, its normally calm, even tempered and sensible rhythm takes on the syncopated, jazzy beat that goes along with too many martinis when discretionary ligatures are turned on.
5 pixel font for games, display and web. 748 glyphs support for over 89 languages. The 5 Cent font is designed for extremely small font size. To be precise, usual height of capital letters in this font is just 5 pixels and height of lowercase chars equals to 4 pixels.
The drawings, for what is now Triplex Italic, were done in Iowa City in 1985 by John Downer. The italic was originally conceived as a companion for another typeface being drawn at the same time called Arcatext, which (like Triplex) could be described as a "humanist sans-serif" having simplified character shapes constructed mostly of geometric parts.
Futurist italic typeface from the programming era, Plau is a sans-serif with rounded corner personality and interestingly deliberate lettershapes. Comfortable in headlines, reads surprisingly well in longer passages of text.