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I guess something like this has been done a thousand times. But I did it again.
Info: Created on 15th August 2008 . Last edited on 16th June 2009.
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It's very close to a modular alphabet developed by Josef Albers.
Comment by SquarePeg 15th August 2008
yes i knew that one from albers. maybe it was stuck in my head and that's why it's close. i knew that this had been done before but i was keen to see what i could get up with using the same concept.
Here is the Albers alphabet as I had seen it once. There are also strong differences. But I agree that the basic concept isn't new and I'm sure there could be fonts out there that are even closer.
Comment by David Neustadt (saberrider) 16th August 2008
Nevertheless it's a nice variation on Albers. :-)
Comment by SquarePeg 16th August 2008
Is this the image you meant, saberrider?
Comment by jimhv 23rd August 2010

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