by Hannes von Döhren & Raimo Böse
Both Hannes and Raimo are young, Berlin-based designers. A bit of the city of Berlin’s creative energy may be seen in Snoogle™, too.
On the face of it, Snoogle is a friendly, round display typeface.
But Snoogle packs a mean punch! Its character set contains 99 ligatures, which may be automatically implemented in OpenType-savvy applications. These give Snoogle the feeling of a script face, as opposed to normal rounded types.
Snoogle includes 99 ligatures that work together with your applications OpenType features to create sophisticated alternation. The above image illustrates all of the Snoogle ligatures.
Just a smattering of what you’ll find in the Snoogle Dingbats font: arrows, body parts, clouds, drugs, fire, guns, helicopters, shark fins, and a jams box!
Raimo Böse and Hannes von Döhren: Snoogle’s designers.