by guentersen

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This is the adaption of a font invented by Enric Miralles. He was an Architect from Barcelona. Miralles was a master of sketching with ink-pens, ruler and compass. His case study containing linear drawn sections of a croissante are a instant classic of analog ink-pen art. Miralles drew versal-glyphs consisting of circle-curves and lines to letter his architectural plans.


Not just Miralles, but the architect in you is clearly visible in this font as well. I love the shapes.
Comment by thalamic 22nd july 2009
Very elegant.
Is the S really just a diagonal bar?
Comment by gferreira_admin 27th july 2009
thanks for the kind comment.
i must admit that i was just the pixel-pusher. All honour belongs to Mr. Miralles (who died too young)

i'm looking forward to your interview in fontfeed ;)

Here you can find the original font in action.

yes, the S is really just a nasty diagonal bar.
Comment by guentersen 27th july 2009
Nice you have the original font as well?? Thank you!
Comment by kikodafi 23rd january 2010
Love it, do you have the original one?
Comment by bandidodoreste 27th december 2011
Guentersen lives!
Comment by minimum 27th october 2015
(Jumping Killer Limabeans)
Comment by thalamic 29th october 2015

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