by trystanforbesthompson

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This typeface is the response to the word order. I was influenced by Art Deco design, as well as the form of grids. It was developed by hand using a ruler and pen, experimenting with spacing and curves. The same shapes and angles are used right throughout, lending to the idea of an ordered typeface.
Info: Created on 21st October 2012 . Last edited on 27th October 2012.
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Great! I think J/Y could be improved, as well as the punctuation (the quotes could look like small 6/9?). You could also extend the stripes on 4. But overall, love the style.
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 27th October 2012
Oh yes, beautiful. Simply gorgeous. I love.
Comment by demonics 27th October 2012
Thanks for the feedback! It's very welcome and I shall definitely take it into account into the final development of this project!
Comment by trystanforbesthompson 28th October 2012
A light, airey (and very ordered) design. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 28th October 2012
Good suggestion of curves and the inclusion of some verticals make this a stripy font with a difference. I agree with Yautja on 4 and quotation marks. Have you considered continuing the curve on 6 and 9, rather the using a diagonal?
Comment by four 30th October 2012

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