by wicci

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Info: Created on 28th June 2017 . Last edited on 6th July 2017.
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All letters are upper case regardless of whether you type using upper or lower case. What changes is the background. Upper case gives a diagonal background from lower left corner to top right corner. Lower case has the diagonal background facing in the opposite direction. In effect "Reverseii" is actually three fonts in one ... upper case with diagonal background left to right .... lower case with diagonal background facing the opposite direction .... alternate between upper and lower case and the background becomes a series of half diamond points.This font is ideal for packaging headings, web site logos, posters, shop signs etc. etc.
 It has been a lot of work to create this font so I hope you will all enjoy it, perhaps use it, and maybe even be inspired by it.

Comment by wicci 6th July 2017
Comment by wicci 6th July 2017
Comment by wicci 6th July 2017
Comment by wicci 6th July 2017

Quite a different type of font, a novel interpretation of  'reverse'.  Very clever, artistic and effective.

Comment by Aeolien 6th July 2017

Legible even at pixel size. It probably took time and patience to do the two  different diagonal filled divisions.

Comment by nightpegasus 6th July 2017

There are 2 I's in I/i

Comment by Brynda 7th July 2017


Comment by Brynda 7th July 2017

Interesting entry. Agreed about numbers though.

A cool sample as well!

Comment by architaraz 7th July 2017

Quite the unique font. The "i" is particularly intriguing 10/10 

Comment by time.peace 7th July 2017

@ Brynda: good observation about the i. I agree with you, it's a  true creative solution. I  think the font's name may be linked with it.

Comment by nightpegasus 7th July 2017

Brynda. You like the 2xi but didn't tell the designer! You're surprised by 2xi share1 dot?Impressed by the stark beauty?Envious of artistic vision?You can do it:much drawing your ideas on paper+patience to build needed bricks...

Comment by Scriptoresque 7th July 2017

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