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So, I chose this name for a number of reasons: I moved to Berlin two weeks ago, and that revigorated my interest in typography, leading to the inspiration for this font -- maybe not the most original, but pretty fun to make. Another reason for this name is the accidental (or at least a conscious decision that started as an accident) blackletter-like capitals. There is also the hebrew look of some of the minuscules -- the n is a good example -- to complement the whole idea. I chose tight spacing and am not so sure about some characters, so any critic is, as always, welcome. I hope you find use for this typeface. Have fun!

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This one looks good:)
Comment by naveenchandru 22nd august 2010

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