Istanbul / The Hand-Cut Fonts of Fener


While I was exploring my neighbourhood I noticed that some shops had their names displayed in a particular font. Because I have only seen this type of lettering in Fener,  I have named it the Fener Font. At first I thought that the font was painted on the window but when I touched it I realised that is was a hand cut laminate that has a sandpaper texture. I documented the ones I found so that I could share them with you. 😊

A sign for a shop selling used things.
A welcome sign for a tea shop.
A sign for a butcher shop.

Istanbul / The Forgotten Fountains

While living in Istanbul, I wondered about its many fountains, many of which were in disrepair. I decided…


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

You May Also Like

Our site uses cookies. Learn more about our use of cookies: Privacy Policy

Sign Up For Our Newsletter

%d bloggers like this: