Me-J


A wavy font that sounds as great as it looks.
Collaboration with Daniel Peterson and Wael MorcosBase Design New York.


Everybody likes music. But learning it can be a hard task, especially for children. For the communication of a new music education company, Base Design proposed a definitely playful alphabet, with many pictograms and four alternate wavy ‘m’. Turning it into type was a matter of fine-tuning, precise spacing, OpenType encoding and, mainly, curve shaping. 

 Thanks to OpenType encoding, the user can play with many ‘m’. 

Thanks to OpenType encoding, the user can play with many ‘m’. 


© All the pictures of the typeface shown here in situation are provided by courtesy of Base Design New York.