Since 1998 julesart
has been designing fonts. The first font was a symbol font, + you
could type out icons.
then move them all around like the floaty icons in the julesarte-cards.
From there julesgirltalk
was born. The alphabet is all in lower case and the upper case letters
are replaced with the same little pictures or icons that julesart
uses in handwritten correspondence. However this is a skinny font*
so julesgirltalk looks best printed on paper (rather than on screen as
has been thickened here for the purposes of display on the world wide web.
handwritten font is called JULES P.C. WIMMIN. Some of the icons also
appeared in julesgirltalk. JULES P.C. WIMMIN has the alphabet in capitals
and therefore with the icons replacing the lower case letters. Some
of the icons have been used as navigation graphics in this julesart
The last of
the julesart handwritten fonts combines julesgirltalk and JULES
P.C. WIMMIN to form the complete alphabet of upper and lower case, with
only four icons
(hidden in place
of the ~ ` ^ and +.)
If you love
the julesart ding bats which appear in all the fonts on this page,
then today is your lucky day, because the newest release from julesart
features only icons, 52 in total, including some new ones.