Saturday, February 16, 2013

Nasilnese Font

Dan Smith brings us Nasilnese, a fantasy font developed in conjunction with David De Lane Snow. The letterforms are an interesting blend of an Oriental brush look and cuneiform.


Dr. Theda said...

judging by the number of "letters"... Is this done by Phonic sounds much the way that the ancient Sumerians did?

Anhurset said...

It looks like there are 52 letters, but if you look closely there are only 26 letters which repeat.
Personally I'm a bit disappointed in the numbers, I think he could have done a bit better than simply flipping roman numerals on their sides.

Ministry Minion said...

Looks like the standard display to me.
Capitals, lower case, numbers from 0 to 9, punctuation.