by Oli Town

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This font was created around the theme of repetition, it was inspired by Art Deco design and how repetition and pattern aren't just pointless ornaments but fundamental to the structure of the font. I have been able to reach this stage after 5 weeks of continuous development, sketching and experimentation which I focused around trying to create a bridge between 2D and 3D fonts. Built up of a single repeated component this font is not suitable or made for large amounts of text, but instead has been created to highlight the strength and complexity of each individual letter.
Info Created on 14th October 2012 . Last edited on 1st November 2012.
License Creative Commons
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Cool! But, I rated it 6.8 stars because it's incomplete. Sorry, mate!
Comment by lotp4 20th October 2012
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 21st October 2012
You have the beginnings of a really great design here - one that is well worth further work.
Comment by p2pnut 21st October 2012
Thank you all! Do any of you have any suggestions for improvement? Im creating the font as part of my first year degree at UWE and so any comments would really be useful!
Comment by Oli Town 21st October 2012
I see you’ve already been improving the legibility of certain glyphs since you first published this. Good job on the improvements. Have you tried anything like these for the Y? Or you could try flipping horizontally what you’ve got.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 30th October 2012
unusual font!
Comment by Evgeny Koroletov (WHAT) 31st October 2012
some interesting ideas will.i.ૐ I really like the first one! any ideas for the question or exclamation mark?

Thanks WHAT!
Comment by Oli Town 1st November 2012
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 1st November 2012
Cool, a font with unusual 3D effect! 10/10
Comment by cablecomputer 2nd November 2012
will.i.ૐ I like the look of the exclamation mark! Still not sure of the question mark though!

Thanks Cable computer!
Comment by Oli Town 5th November 2012