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Based on Wim Crouwel's New Alphabet. My own site is http://pixelspread.com
Info Created on 2nd April 2008 . Last edited on 22nd June 2009.
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Great idea, Matt. For those who missed it, here is Matt's blog post about New Alphabet.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 2nd April 2008
Thanks a lot Stephen! I'm a big fan of typographica.
Comment by mattmc 2nd April 2008
Been waiting for this for a while... too lazy to do it myself. Great Job!
Comment by Form 3rd April 2008
i think your S and s are missing a brick in the bottom, left corner.
Comment by pauldhunt 8th April 2008
you are correct paul, thanks for pointing that out. fixed.
Comment by mattmc 9th April 2008
damn cool !!!!
Comment by richrogerson 13th April 2008
just beautiful! thanks!!
Comment by artstrike 10th May 2008
is there a way to get this to work on the mac os? every time i put this in suitcase fusion, the program tells me the font is damaged...
very strange. anyone know about this?
Comment by artstrike 19th August 2008
thats great thanks, ive been looking for this for weeks
Comment by mrman 15th October 2008
Good stuff
Comment by MBlake69 15th June 2009
I was wondering how it can be redesigned to convey legibility issues, this is a great type, very rational. But the main purpose of it has dissapeared, now we have LCD and plasma screens, I supose Wim would wouldn't matter.
Great work.
Comment by coffee 11th January 2010
@coffee I tried dealing with that legibility issue with Pentagrid Alphabet: http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1699
I could still see some hypothetical uses for this, but I've always just loved the idea of totally re-imagining the alphabet to fit the needs of a certain medium.
Comment by mattmc 11th January 2010
wow!!! thanx!!
Comment by inaek 10th March 2010
Have you asked Win Crouwel before doing a derivative work of his design? If not, I think it is very unethical to distribute a font that mimic the original font.
Comment by sinserif 18th August 2010
Have you asked Win Crouwel before doing a derivative work of his design? If not, I think it is very unethical to distribute a font that mimic the original font.
Comment by sinserif 18th August 2010
thanks! Super fonts!
Comment by shericanzon1 26th September 2010

i know i'm late to the party, but a) quotation marks and apostrophes aren't in line with the font scale, and umlauts and other diacriticals don't work - they default to Helvetica on Mac.

Comment by axnxp Mon, 30th May

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