Lame, Dude!

by Tobias Sommer (shasta)

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Little experimental graffiti-style-font. Begin every word with an upper case letter, then write on with lower case letters. Use ) to end words, and add an asterik for some additional style... hope all ya graffiti bros out there like it!;)


Comment by hellotheresa 22nd may 2008
Respect, masta shasta!
(and I love how you joined the letters)
Comment by wolfkrim 23rd may 2008
OMFG, i never would have thought the two styles would look so good mixed together, GREAT JOB!
Comment by PaulHorton 28th may 2008
Dude! Sweet! - I love it
what an idea, nice!
Comment by deshzx 13th june 2008
The only addition this font needs is a leading single quotation mark, for those abbreviated words.
Comment by dasuser 7th september 2008
Yeahh great
Comment by anonymous-0 6th october 2008
added some punctuation marks and numbers! (for the numbers though, it still doesn't really work if you start a block with a number, cause there are no uppercase/lowercase to make two versions... i'll see if i can work something out)
Comment by Tobias Sommer (shasta) 25th march 2009
I thought I commented on this when it came out. It's still cool as ever.
Comment by geneus1 13th august 2009


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