fs Rasclart

by liamseager

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Initially contemplating the concept of fluidity, looking at handwritten brush types, lead me to the idea of continuity and landed me with the category of 'continuous.' The central influence leading me to this final typeface was a Social Network diagram, where lines meet seemingly infinitely. The final product ended in a decorative, kinetic font with the use of negative space to create the emerging letters. With the typeface being difficult to read on first inspection, and the overall look of the font makes its uses limited, however I feel it could be successful in many event posters/leaflets etc.


Wonderfully surprising design, very nice work! Some of the base letterforms themselves might need work, but it is nice to look at :)
Comment by Houlaiziaa 26th october 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs Rasclart” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 27th october 2014
great stuff, my eyes r deceiving me! :')
Comment by pimpmane 27th october 2014
'Rasclart' eh? ... all I can say is 'bloody good' :)
Comment by p2pnut 28th october 2014
Fresh and innovative approach!
Comment by four 30th october 2014
Order in chaos. Love it!
Comment by laynecom 29th november 2014

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