by Sed4tives

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FRUNTSTOCT UPPER — FontStruct logotype uppercase reinvention

This second font is the next evolution in my take on the Fontstruct logo type.

Its an experimental approach towards the reinvention of its uppercase letters. The first one was a unicase minuscule that was aimed at creating an improved version of the original logo lettering concept. FRUNTSTOCT LOWER remained faithful to the original letters, whereas FRUNTSTOCT UPPER is a complete reimagining.

Motivation behind the complete overhaul came after checking out existing Structurosa entries by other Fontstruct members.

It became evident that only one or two members truly were able to build upon its original concept and could come up with a 'unique' and decent majuscule.

AT Archistruct Outline by Kassymkulov (aka Architaraz) being the clear winner in my opinion. — Which is a true masterpiece !!
Some others 'tried' to be original, and made an attempt at a personalized lettering, but couldn't solidify ideas into a consistent whole. But the majority simply copied rob's original design.

— For that reason I choose to take the alternative road and tried to come up with something new.

I hope you like it..



Comment by Sed4tives Sun, 10th march
Comment by Sed4tives Sun, 10th march
Comment by Sed4tives Sun, 10th march

oh that looks good

great work

Comment by SUMMER701 Wed, 13th march

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