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Ozawa would be a normal font except for one thing: the characters are all turned in the wrong orientation, so you have to figure out the word. There are different orientations for each character if they are in the lowercase. And if you write in vertical orientation, things can get reaaaaally confusing. Numbers Included =)

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I can't quite get my head round this one ... *smile*
15/10 for inventiveness
Comment by Aeolien 20th august 2013
Surprisingly I could make out the sample Text!! :) 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 21st august 2013

Nice idea to turn the letters. :-)

I personally find 2 and 5 are to similar to Z and S.

How can you tell the difference in a text? Guessing?

Comment by O A Tue, 30th april

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