14 Mrz


This is the English version – It’s a really big thing! People were asking for it, now they’ll get it!

With some technical help I managed it to place around 7600 Glyphs into that font! What an amazing number! 7600! And what a horrifying mountain of work it was! But…! It works now! And it’s so perfect! You can write almost EVERY ENGLISH WORD with that font! This is really unbelievable! And it works simple as it can be. Everyone can use it! Just follow a simple rule and the software will automatically replace your words with these Korean stye syllables!

Wondering how it works? There is a tiny demo version of that font available. But you want it all? It’s also there!

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Technical support: Michael Hoffmann, Axel Stoltenberg, Stephan Helas – Thank you for your help everybody! 

13 Mrz


You can not spell it? Spell slowly or – even better – let others spell it!

Why the hell did I take such a name? The name of this fine lined display typeface was derived from the subfamily of monocot flowering plants in the family Amaryllidaceae. Have a look at the asceders of the lower cases: They are rising upright with a single stroke and are ending – depending on the font style – into a spherical blossom.

Allioideae appears in 4 display styles. It supports multi language as it covers all the latin diacritics and a cyrillic character set. Lots of numbers as monospaced, lining figuers, old styles, sub- and superscript and many fractions in two different styles are giving a nice finish to that font. Also some matching ornaments are included. All this supports a big range of useful variety.

The result: there is no way to avoid this type face! You really need it and you will have a lot of joy with it!

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12 Mrz

Happy Family

There are 4 beautiful illustrated styles, extending to my very first typeface – the script Quendel. The imagination of different materials and writing tools are appearing highly detailed in every character. But don’t worry, it will work anyway.

11 Mrz

Hangulatin DE

It was 2012 when I visited Korea the first time. I was so afraid to get lost there, that I decided to study the Korean alphabet (Hangul) before the journey started. I should at least be able to read the name of streets or something. But this Writing System there… my god, it faszinated me! They where putting letters syllabified together in rectangles. It was suddenly so simple to read.

I was so amazed that I started experimenting if this system might work with latin characters. And how it works! The result was surprising! After a few lines you can read it fluently. Just try it!

This Typeface supports the German language became my graduation work and was released in 2014 with about 3000 Syllables. That covers approximately 90 % of the German language. Hangulatin won the Golden Junior Award of Art Directors Club (ADC) Germany.

„Thank you, Daniela, for all your mental support and pushing me during this long time!“

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11 Mrz


A script typeface that is written with a japanese wooden stick. It’s rough and useful for all fast written things in between. A note, the adress on a package or even a quote on the wall of a toilet in school.

And, as you can see, you can also build nice wobbly pictures with the single letters.

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