F25 The Borderfont

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by Volker Busse

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A Font that you can use to create a border, e.g. a border for a label on an notebook. Please view the example here: http://berlinpublisher.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/f25border207.swf
Info: Created on 18th July 2009 . Last edited on 6th August 2009.
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9 Comments

I like it. I wonder if there is way to do some of the letters, for example X, Y, and Z, so they are more subtle like the other glyphs?
Comment by aphoria 20th July 2009
woooow, this feels kind of mayan.... what a cool concept :)
Comment by kix 20th July 2009
There seems to be a rogue brick below the R, or above 'e' that's putting the line spacing out.
Comment by djnippa 20th July 2009
I also think 'I' could be better. It has a different X height than all the other characters.
Comment by djnippa 20th July 2009
Thanks 2 djnippa. I repaired the bug and changed the "I".
Comment by Volker Busse 20th July 2009
Congratulations! Afrojet Research Labs Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “F25 Border 207” is now an Afro Pick.
Comment by afrojet 20th July 2009
Hah hah!
Comment by intaglio 21st July 2009
Good one afrojet. :)
Comment by aphoria 21st July 2009
Ooooh! I want this on my wall.
Comment by thalamic 22nd July 2009

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