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Pixelated letters with their binary ASCII code inside of them (except for the numbers, they just have their binary equivalents). Credit to elmoyenique for the blocks from their font, zertera eYe/FS.

2 Comments

Actually very interesting concept. I give it a 8/10!

Comment by Lou D. (Lou FoxyBun) 14th october 2017

I never rate, but like Lou FoxyBun, it's quite interesting to me too. We have (at least*) Sketchbook B's "sixbrix" 6-dot design in 2011, and your "Binascii"'s 8-dot one, shared 4 years after, on FontStruct… Perhaps a 7-dot rethinking would complete the series, even unleash new concepts, then… (* anyone willing to give it a try, or just to use the search engines for us?)

Comment by dpla 16th october 2017

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