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this was inspired by an optical illusion that says "no sex causes bad eyes" and is very hard to read unless you look at it from distance. ( and ) include signs for start or ending a sentence respectively. _ will create a appropriate space.


Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 19th august 2008
The first time I saw this effect was on a T-shirt John Lennon was wearing on the cover of "In His Own Write/Spaniard In The Works".

It was done with the letters JL in a pseudo Superman chest logo. Groovy, 1967 styles.

I'd had the book for months when one day it went "boinggg!" and ah so, I got it.Psychedelic, man.
Comment by intaglio 19th august 2008
Great one, the name just says it all

Comment by patricknas 22nd august 2008
Georgeous work...Love this kind of tipographic opticals ilusions...

I noticed that this tupeface was upload amonth ago know, there are so many fontstructions and fontstructors out there...and no much freetime to see all this stuff... everyday I connect I try to download, comment and vote for two or trhee of them :)
Comment by Axel Leyer 15th september 2008
How would you make the numbers?
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Comment by Jeffrobert 4th august 2019

Bad Eyes = Bad Glasses 

Comment by Jadenalex 27th april 2020

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