|The PowerStation Font Family User Manual and Guide for 2-Color Typesetting (above) can be downloaded before purchase. Click the image above or Soup logo below to download a 5 page PDF file (896 KB). The manual provides information about PowerStation, including how to set copy in 2 colors using PowerStation's unique "High" and "Low" fonts.||
few years ago I needed to devise some letterforms
for an assignment I had for Hershey's Chocolate. The
design of Powerstation Block was the direct
outgrowth of those letterforms. When I initially
decided to flesh out this "chocolate chunk" of a
typeface into a family of usable fonts, I felt that
the next in the family should be one in which the
illuminated facets became more dominant—giving it a
lighter feel—and so PowerStation Wedge was born.
Doing a straight, solid version and then a thick,
outlined version followed by wide versions of all of
the above seemed only natural.
But why stop there? I wanted to give this extremely graphic display font even more flexibility and usefullness by adding a two color capability. This was achieved by creating "layerable" versions of the four faceted designs; i.e. PowerStation Block Low, which is the base solid font, and Powerstation Block High, which contains the highlighted facets. By pasting the "High" over the "Low" and colorizing them differently, one can easily achieve virtually limitless color effects.
TO VIEW or PURCHASE PowerStation now, click one of the links below.
The PowerStation poster, above, (click
to enlarge) is the first in the series
of 18" x 24" limited edition serigraphs I am
creating to celebrate my fonts upon their release.
Signed and numbered, this edition is printed in
three colors on heavywieght matte paper. The
posters are sold through Illogator, and
also through the Font Bros website.