by afrojet

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Experiment in brick scaling and overlapping.
Info: Created on 28th November 2008 . Last edited on 12th September 2009.
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Comment by afrojet 28th November 2008
i and j seem to be getting it on. Lovely.

Great use of the medium to produce such curvilicous glyphs.
Comment by thalamic 28th November 2008
Please don't anybody vote it down!
Comment by intaglio 28th November 2008
really ingenious technique and very attractive outcome on a very small grid matrix. i love it!
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 29th November 2008
Wow, another classic!
I like it so much I could not resist and cloned it to see how it was made.

(I also created a variation, but I'm not sure if it's OK to share it as it is a rip-off of this original font...)
Comment by Em42 29th November 2008
Comment by kix 29th November 2008
Awesome, very intelligent use of the advandced posibilitys of fontstruct.

love it!
Comment by Ixel 29th November 2008
Thanks everyone for the positive mojo.
@Em42: I think there's a ton of variation that could play out with this technique so I would encourage you to clone, remix, and share. Mooch, although not technically a Fontstruct clone, borrows (rips-off) heavily from Paul's Structurosa.
Comment by afrojet 29th November 2008
Thanks for the reply, Afrojet: I just shared my variation (Mango). I hope you appreciate it.
Comment by Em42 29th November 2008
Such an ingenious use of dark matter in the 1.85 universe.
Comment by intaglio 29th November 2008
innovation and artistry = afroject :)
Comment by funk_king 1st December 2008
damn, sorry about the typo afrojet. my bad. but it doesn't distract from your genius :)
Comment by funk_king 1st December 2008
Surprise, Surprise. This is something I would have expected from Thalamic. Way to step up the 'structing skills. I know how tricky this one can be. There's lots of fun to be had at the 1.8x scale. Curvilicious indeed.
Comment by geneus1 5th December 2008
Lovely typeface, the use of brickscalling and overlapping is outstanding, I thought that the way you go here was impossible... but..
Comment by Axel Leyer 11th May 2009
great design ) thanks ian
Comment by usarogersbros 12th October 2010

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