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Some variations on the yin-yang symbol. incidentally exposing the fact that in Fontstruct you can create negative shapes unattainable in positive (and vice-versa).
Info: Created on 11th February 2011 . Last edited on 3rd August 2011.
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Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Taiji” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 4th August 2011
Very nice smooth curves. Like.

I once did a whole fontstruction based on the yin-yang symbol that never got shared. Now it's lost in the private fs stack somewhere.

Animate it. :-)
Comment by thalamic 4th August 2011
@meek: Wow! That was totally unexpected (most appreciated none the less :-)

@thalamic: Thank you too for the kind words, and yes, it was conceived as a sort of stop motion animation collection of frames.
Comment by riccard0 5th August 2011
amazing font, something different
Comment by Jeddy500 7th August 2011
Awesome
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 8th August 2011
j and k are the real ones B-) . light over dark with an s shape in the middle. (often times it is represented wrong). Love the font though, you got style and creativity.
Comment by SkySonic 20th August 2011

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