Shanghai Express

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Info Created on 15th October 2012 . Last edited on 4th November 2012.
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Comment by Evgeny Koroletov (WHAT) 31st October 2012
@WHAT: Thanks!
Comment by four 31st October 2012
Lively as well as interesting. 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 31st October 2012
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 1st November 2012
Queer, yet interesting endeavour. There are many striking letters. I would only mention the K,M,W,w, but there are many more. They make the text vibrant, almost dancing. However, there are a few static letters, including f,j,l,t,B,N, with straight perpendicular strokes, which don't seem to pick up the rhythm, and cause dissonance. They may need some magic twist, a slanted stem, or a slight angle, to get them move in harmony with the rest. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 3rd November 2012
@Frodo7: Thanks for taking the time to look at this and posting some feedback, you have a great eye for these things. They were the exact glyphs I was looking at again yesterday. Now I will definitely revisit them to work on an update asap. Let's dance!
Comment by four 4th November 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Shanghai Express” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 9th November 2012
Thanks Meek!
Comment by four 9th November 2012
I'm in Shanghai now, and this font looks like it was created either in Shanghai-Beijing Express (350km/hour) or Shanghai Airport Maglev (450km/hour).
10/10! Nice addition to fonts from theotheo.
Comment by architaraz 9th November 2012
Quirky oriental Chinese font!
Comment by cablecomputer 9th November 2012
If Spiekermann joined a gang and went on a tagging spree in Chinatown, this is what it might look like. Love it!
Comment by fugitiveglue 20th December 2012
@ architaraz: thanks, but I'm afraid my processes are rather slow in comparison ;)
@ fugitiveglue: thanks, I would love to be part of such an expedition.
Comment by four 16th January 2013