by Oni-91

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Inspired a little bit by my previous font Nordkurve. As a result, I've named it after another German Formula One track curve. Nürburgring, this time.

Info: Created on 1st October 2018 . Last edited on 12th October 2018.
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look like sports stuff

Comment by JingYo 12th October 2018

Outstanding work, Oni! A 10 from me. :D

Looks a bit sports team-esque, a bit sci-fi, and a bit like a polygonal sans-serif all at once. It has its own style but still blends in with ultraregular designs.

This is a great example of a work wherein the designer nailed the fundamentals of the design. Check out "x" compared to "z"... the z's inboard lines create just enough new edges to make the z look like a five-line design rather than a three-line one. Subtle techniques like this help the simpler letters blend in perfectly with the more complexly polygonal ones.

Comment by zephram 12th October 2018

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