• A specimen poster.
  • Memphis Sans display card, featuring the full character set and some Memphis Milano-inspired graphic work.
  • Process Page 1: Memphis Sans began as a typeface I called "Druid Sans". The initial ideal was to combine runic characters and sci-fi display fonts like Aldo Novarese's typeface Stop.
  • Process Page 2: Development on a lowercase letterset for what was then still called "Druid Sans".
  • Process Page 3: playing with potential letterforms and layouts. It was around this time that I began to bring an oceanic feel to some of the letterforms, in addition to the sci-fi and runic aspects.
  • Process Page 4: I abandoned my initial plan for Druid Sans, and began to embrace the Memphis Milano flavor some of the characters showed as a collective.
  • Process Page 5: I decided to make Memphis Sans a unicase font, with 26 interchangeable character sets.
  • Yr Face