Juke started life as a logo I designed for a indie music club night at Bucks Students' Union, as from then I have been experimenting with the 3 shapes in a 2x2 grid trying to create legible letterforms.
Once a basic character set was made, I expanded the project to include two other cuts that are designed to be used as decoractive layering devices; these were shadow and outline.
Due to the limitations I set myself of the 3 shapes in 2x2 square there are only a limited number of combinations available, and from that there's only particular combinations that work as a legible character.
As a result, only 1 case has been made, numerals, a small selection of punctuations marks, and a couple of special characters like £ and &.
Evidently, Juke isn't a body copy font. However, with its retro, geometric, funky vibe Juke is great for header text, typographic designs or logos.
If you would like a copy of Juke, feel free to get in touch.