by intaglio

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    Created on 30th October 2009. Last edited on 7th November 2009.
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The sampler doesn't look much good because the breaks between bricks are too fine. Pity
Comment by intaglio 30th october 2009
Love the E and S.
Comment by aphoria 30th october 2009
Great job, but I think you need Afrojet to do you a sample. I think he'll work wonders with it. It's right up his street.
Comment by djnippa 30th october 2009
Amazing work with such a few bricks. The general design has a great modern feel. Have you tried an horizontal half square brick as lower bar for the E ?
Comment by igorrossi 30th october 2009
Dude! This IS right up my street. In fact, I'm going to visit it on Halloween and get a pillowcase of candy from it, because IT is so sweet.

Sursly. That R! So simple so powerful. I want to sumo-wrestle it.

At first, I thought I saw a glyph here and there that I might suggest a change to, but after looking at your sample, I would not change a thing. Every word is a quirky fontabulous piece of art.

Great work, Tag. One question: is the T an homage to william's I in djangogh? Or is this some kind of fraternal brotherhood of the screw that you two are in on?
Comment by afrojet 30th october 2009
Brilliant! simply brilliant! brilliantly simple! :)
Comment by p2pnut 30th october 2009
Phew! Thanks everybody, I'm adrenalized by your approval!
@igorrossi: yes, but I quite like the idea of a single rogue brick on a high-frequency glyph. E occurs so often, it creates its own authority even though it's completely out of whack with the rest of them.
@afrojet: I didn't realise williaum was back and living under an assumed name! I thought this font was mad but his takes the biscuit. Actually the T-glyph was the one I wrestled with! I can't think of anything better unfortunately.
Comment by intaglio 30th october 2009
I like the rhythm of black & white space in every word typed. Chevere!
Comment by cayo 31st october 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “zingaling” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 2nd november 2009
Dude, congrats on th TP! I love this font! I think my favs are the G and the 3. Keep up the great work.
Comment by cooldude621972 5th december 2009
The B may need a bit of work...
Comment by The Sock 5th december 2009
A little gift from Neurone Error : I think at this size we can see better the breaks, don't we ?
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 15th april 2010
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 15th april 2010
Wow! neurone error you made my day! Really great colour choices.
Comment by intaglio 15th april 2010

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