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I am on the quest to create a modern widely usable font, with an interresting difference. The first stage of this journey began with my wild font "convention", inspired by the shapes of letterforms, found within architectural environments. The second stage of this process was where i created a font called "rebuild", where i have tried to tame the form from my font "convention". In this third font, i have made further drastic changes, to decide on these forms, and create a small font family called "New Build".


I have decided to name this weight as the regular form, although the bold and demi form were designed first!
Comment by JoeAllison 23rd august 2009
All feedback appreciated.
Comment by JoeAllison 23rd august 2009
this one looks right out an x-wing fighters cockpit computer.
Comment by cayo 23rd august 2009
another winner. very creative shapes and very inventive. although you have kept some of your signature shapes from convention, you continue to reinterpret and keep it fresh :)
Comment by funk_king 24th august 2009
Ive made some large changes. Ive lowered the cap height, and the ascenders. Ive changed the curves a little to make them look as "curved" as they can! This should look more in keeping with the other fonts in the Family. - Joe
Comment by JoeAllison 6th september 2009

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