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Beautiful strong shapes. I think with some efforts we could make a Latin Alphabet adaptation. Some are already very close to latin letters.
Thanks Neurone Error. My whole thing in creating this was I wanted shapes that looked like a functional alphabet and yet wasn't. If you wanted to adapt it to Latin be my guest.
Actually, i already began to work on it, but it's not going to be a proper "adaptation", more the free derivation to a personal work with my own signature developping a brand new style very freely inspired by your grid and some of your shapes. As i want it to have UpperCase, LowerCase, Numbers, and Punctuation, it might take some time before i get a satisfying result, but the first elements already designed are encouraging. We get in touch.
That sounds great :) I look forward to seeing what you come up with.
Hi, just published my font very freely inspired by this one. Here's the link .
A few of your shapes have been used literally, you will recognize them. but all the rest was heavily redesigned, if not completely invented. Hope you'll like it, and thanks for great support and inspiration.
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