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a hard-to-read headline-font with a maximum of 9bricks. inspired by a font which i saw once somewhere on veer.com, cant find it now.. if somebody knows which one, please report.
Info: Created on 11th August 2008 . Last edited on 23rd November 2009.
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Comment by cam.ill 22nd November 2009
Amazing! Considering the small 3x2 grid it is very respectable how much originality and style you have managed to squeeze in. The demo pic: looks like ceramic or painted terracotta tiles. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 23rd November 2009
So readable, despite the tight constraints that you have set yourself.
Comment by p2pnut 23rd November 2009
@frodo, thank you! my aim was to create a font with as less bricks as possible.. unfortunately, the "m" and the "8" where not fitting in the grid. i think theres still a potential to optimize- modify this one.
Comment by cam.ill 23rd November 2009
Here are some ideas for the 8.

The 2nd (from the left) uses standard bricks. The 3rd and 4th use the brickstacking technique.

I selected all the bricks in the lower row in the image so you can see the stacked bricks.
Comment by aphoria 23rd November 2009
wow..aphoria, thank you so much. i dint even knew about the stacking-possibility. each one of your proposition is way better! i think i'll take the second from left.
Comment by cam.ill 23rd November 2009

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