db Sthlm

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Besides the JPEG looking like it increased the file size, looks good!
Comment by Evie Atarax (j4s13) 22nd august 2015
Absolutely lovely.
Comment by TCWhite 22nd august 2015
Nice and balanced sans serif. The design is very consistent, yet the glyphs are full of character. I very much like the lower case g and y. Optical adjustments, overshoots have been taken care of properly. The capital M,N,V features pretty inktraps. The numbers are oldstyle / non-alignining figures, ideal for post codes or telephone numbers. The character set is extended Latin, complete with ligatures. I'm sure you'll find a way to add Small Capitals, too. The text generated by the font looks nice and legible, very pleasant to read, even without proper kerning. There is not much to complain about, but the font name "db Sthlm" begs for some explanation. I would love to see more versions of this font with different weight: thin, regular, bold, black, even if they are generated using third party software. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 22nd august 2015
The same praise I wrote on the light version also applies here. And in this version, the ¥-sign works.

Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 24th august 2015
Yes, that g and that y are awesome. :)
Comment by aphoria 24th august 2015
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “db Sthlm” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 24th august 2015
A great 'big brother'. Love that '&'.
Comment by p2pnut 25th august 2015
Thank you Meek for the TP.

Thank you very much. Your good notes always help me to refine things and to look more closely – and not to lose track : )

You guys are the best – cheers !
Comment by beate 25th august 2015
I absolutely love your g and y. Such a great idea for the terminals.
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Comment by beate 28th september 2015
LOL. Your work is so far beyond whatever rating you could receive. Your work is consistently clean, original, creative, and highly developed in both form and function. Your library of work contains some of the most revered and inspired typeface designs that I have come to experience - professional or otherwise.

At this point, the rating system has virtually no effect on me. Whether it is a high or low rating, I take it all in as one thing: feedback. A sincerely constructed critique in the comments far outweighs a judgement made in anonymity. Either way, I hope your creative output remains unaffected. I do miss the fonstructions that you've withdrawn from public display.
Comment by geneus1 29th september 2015
Absolutely love it!
Comment by Agiel Nugroho 29th september 2015
Yes, what geneus1 said!

The low ratings mean nothing.

I too miss your fontstructions that you have hidden from public display. :)
Comment by aphoria 29th september 2015
I thank you for your clear and appreciative words. I am absolutely of your opinion about T's. Yet just annoys me these insistent stupidity. Therefore, I have spontaneously made this small sample.
Comment by beate 29th september 2015

please send me the font, wilfredoesplanamglm@yahoo.com

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