What is the Maya Tiles font?
Maya Tiles was designed as a set of 62 seamless, endless patterns accompanied by font map(s) and “Idea Book” to get you started on designing your own wallpapers, textiles, stained/etched/privacy glass window films, or even wooden fancy trellises – the choice is yours 🙂 The font features simple, fancy, intricate patterns in three variants (Fill, Outlines and Stencil).
– Outlines were designed with an idea of serving as an unobtrusive pattern on its own, or as a playful addition to the Fill pattern. More…
– Fill pattern was designed to give more statement to Outlines, which in some cases may be too subtle for the job you have to be done.
– Stencil has the most robust shapes. I have thrown this one in just in case you might want to do some DIY stencils. You may also use this file as a starting point for some CNC cut fancy trellis, however please do match pattern to the cutting method (ie. CNC, bolt cutter etc) and the material you intend to cut.
-By overlaying Outlines & Fill (or Stencil & Fill) and manipulating those two layers you may get “more flat” or “more 3D” look. Have fun!
Note: Please be aware that you may need to prepare those patterns in order to work with them in CAD-CAM or if you intend them for bolt cutter etc.
Maya Tiles Font families
The Maya Tiles includes the following font families:
- Maya Tiles Outlines
- Maya Tiles Fill
- Maya Tiles Stencil
Maya Tiles Preview
Here is a preview of how Maya Tiles will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.