by 3r1c

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Like it.
Comment by thalamic 21st september 2008
Also like. It seems to be channeling Mayan, somehow.
Comment by intaglio 22nd september 2008
Good eyes Intaglio. The three dots and bar represented here in the "I" make up the numeral 8 in Mayan numerals.
Comment by afrojet 22nd september 2008
Have you seen it?
Comment by arkady 26th september 2008
i see it now, never seen it...
i guess im not that creative... too bad .
Comment by 3r1c 26th september 2008
There is nothing bad about similarities.
Sometimes difference counts)
Comment by arkady 26th september 2008
Really nice..well done :)
Comment by Axel Leyer 1st october 2008
Just came across this...I've accidentally ripped you off with my Agora font :)
Love this, the X is very creative.
Comment by Stelios Constantinides (sconstantinides) 20th march 2009
Very nice. Love how it's possible to come up with so many variations of letter forms on a tight grid. This one looks like an 8x8 grid, I've done similar version on 5x5 and 10x10 grids for different effects. The subtle variation in characters while retaining some readability is fascinating.
Comment by johndilworth 4th march 2010
If you wanna know the truth, I believe that this is far superior to the "featured" Cloaked Humanity. Great job; this deserved the spot, IMHO.
Comment by dev_squid 8th march 2010

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