Saturday, June 27, 2009

Rolet: A Typeface Design by Simon Page

It's been a tough week with many ideas on my mind for the next tutorial. Then I suddenly landed on a great spot of Flickr group: Vectortuts Group Pool. My eyes scanned down on some new submissions and this typographic poster design has caught my attention. The typeface poster was designed by a graphic designer from the UK, Simon Page. What's so special about this poster is that, Simon Page has used his own typeface creation, called Rolet. It will be available soon in vector form. Vector typeface has became widely used by many designers recently to present designs that has POP feel and contemporary or maybe even to create an extreme design look. Rolet is an interesting typeface design which has some kind of 2D layered shapes that are twisted, and the twist produced a smart 3D typeface in overall look. Just interesting! Take a sneak peep on this Rolet Typeface Design.


Have your say if you like ;)


  1. It reminds me of a fanned out book. Very nice!

  2. Freshalex, Juliawan,
    Yeah, Rolet is a nice one.

    Yes I agree! The technique of making these fonts are quite unique. Thanks for dropping by ;)


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