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Modern economical form of letters should consist of standardized geometry, ie a straight line and arc (...). Readability results from the habit. Overcoming the habits and prepare the ground for the introduction of the letters in printing can be achieved by their use in graphics, posters, headlines, etc. W. Strzeminski (1932) does it work?


art or legibility?
Comment by atadoro 13th november 2010
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 11th december 2010
weird pick?

Comment by atadoro 11th december 2010
@atadoro : you asked in your comment : art or legibility ? i personally think this is both, even if legibility here is really unusual and nevertheless very convincing for me. Weird Pick rewards awsome uncommon works like this one. Even if this font has a really strong background in the geometric avant-garde works of the 1920s, I think this influence is treated in a very personal and intriguing way that deserved this Weird Pick.
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 11th december 2010
You have no right or merit to Judge other peoples fonts, with a made-up bogus award.
Comment by ChristianD 11th december 2010
@ChristianD: AFT was not trying to insult you, I think it's his kind of little Top pick. You should take it as a honor not an insult. I'ts sorta like a top pick.
Comment by Noah F. Ross (winty5) 21st december 2012

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