Coma Type 22 XTRACT

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Info: Created on 4th October 2014 . Last edited on 7th November 2016.
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Comment by cirque traumaccord 4th October 2014
Nice! Reduced to an almost minimalist level ... looks mechanical in places but pleasantly decorative. 10/10

(it reminds me to finish the 'kit' I designed a few months ago :D )
Comment by Aeolien 5th October 2014
Thanks Aeolien. And Yes, reductionist mechanical esthetic does not have to be austere and unimaginative.
Comment by cirque traumaccord 5th October 2014
BIG EDIT on XTRACT: almost all but lc were redesigned in a rethought way, UC being now upper than lc, this started a chain reaction on all the rest, shapes included. Much more satisfying now. Sample updated.
Comment by cirque traumaccord 15th November 2014
and @ architaraz : Now that numbers are no more isometric, they look less similar than in your SAGAT which was inspired by the previous numbers design of XTRACT
Comment by cirque traumaccord 15th November 2014
It's a cool idea...but I can only read it if I know what it's supposed to say. Is there an easy way to make it clearer? :P
Comment by Superdoggy 15th November 2014
@Superdoggy: I try to find the best possible functionality without betraying my ultrabaroque approach. I "serifed" some more UC, increasing clarity. Sample updated
Comment by cirque traumaccord 15th November 2014
I've probably said it, but it's just awesome ). How you reply to every requirement or critique is smth that we should learn. And if my Sagat has made you change your original ideas, then I'm truly ashamed cause it's me who should be altering.
Comment by architaraz 15th November 2014
@architaraz: Thanks! But now i prepare typographic part of my BOOK, I think even more deeply than when i only did the fonts for FS. It appeared that isometry was no more adapted now that UC acquired a real role of UC. And also more adapted to the Baroque approach. Nevertheless i'm TRULY happy that the previous version i see now as transitory, inspired your SAGAT where isometry had obviously much more sense with your clock theme...
Comment by cirque traumaccord 15th November 2014

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