by Christian Munk (CMunk)
See also Supercrime by Evie S (j4s13).

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A collection of some typecrimes involving flipped letters. Not all uppercase letters are "criminal", the lower case is "right way up". The N is one of my pet peeves, because I've seen several buildings with upsidedown N's on them. The D, E and Z are almost too subtle to be noticed, but in some fonts it's more obvious than in others. The A, V and K have opposite stress. The Eng I included, because it has been typeset as an upside down capital G, when the typesetters didn't have the letter in their fonts.
Info: Created on 24th February 2015 . Last edited on 8th April 2015.
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Hehehe, nice idea! You could push this even further and make all typographers go up the wall... ;-) I'm thinking of kerning and wrong terminals and so on.
Comment by laynecom 8th April 2015
Great idea and great name too.
Comment by elmoyenique 8th April 2015
PS: The vote button doesn't work for me, but my 10 is for you.
Comment by elmoyenique 8th April 2015
*ahem* Rotated or (classic)superman* S?
*Serif on top, ball terminal on bottom.
Comment by Evie S (j4s13) 8th April 2015
Comment by Umbreon126 15th February 2016

@Umbreon126 The page doesnt work anymore...

Comment by anonymous-1466233 10th September 2017

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