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Info: Created on 31st October 2009 . Last edited on 2nd November 2009.
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6 Comments

Comment by intaglio 2nd November 2009
Cool. I like the tops of the B, P, and R.
Comment by aphoria 2nd November 2009
Globules of pure delight :)
Comment by p2pnut 2nd November 2009
Hi intaglio : )

The upper case is really more of a unicase, huh? Which I like!

No matter how much I want to cheer on the e, I cannot. Yet I see why you had to go that route at this x-height. So I could not resist playing around with a one brick taller x-height. And then I was egged on by those stray ball terminals and the friendly, handwritten quality you seem to always wring out of minimal grids...
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 5th November 2009
Ooooh! keep going!
Comment by intaglio 5th November 2009
Hey Intaglio, seems you are taking a wilder, bolder approach lately. You can imagine I like this ;-) Great stuff this one too.
Comment by typerider 5th November 2009

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