by wolfkrim

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A rather useless font for decorative mail and web addresses (4 dots, 4 @s to connect well).
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    Created on 15th May 2008. Last edited on 19th June 2009.
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Your other two fonts are, without a doubt, inspirational, but I like this one the most because of its ultra clean look and high legibility. Great work, all around! :)
Comment by thalamic 16th may 2008
I disagree with you description for this one. I think it's a pretty solid face, a nice clean wood type inspired design. Underscored fonts do require special handling, but then again so do most modular constructed faces
Comment by merola 18th may 2008
i don't know if i'm the only one to think this, but this font actually deserves to be more than a mail adress font... i love the characters, take off the underline, add some caps (no worries here, i'm sure you're very much capable to do this;)...) add some more characters, and this would be one of the top fontstructions...
You could even try to make it a college style underline font (like Team Spirit)...
Grundsätzlich: Das hat nen ganzen Haufen Potential! ;)
Comment by Tobias Sommer (shasta) 11th june 2008
Thank You all!
@shasta: Good idea, but no time right now. Please feel free to clone and improve.
Comment by wolfkrim 17th june 2008
super clean. everything agreed.
cool. more letters plz
Comment by kix 27th june 2008

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