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This typeface was inspired by the work of two great Bauhaus movers, Theo van Doesburg (1883–1938) and Theo Ballmer (1902–1965) both of whom created an alphabet based on a basic 5x5 grid system. This is the 9x5 version for those of us who don't get to work that early. Here's a sample in action.

If you do decide to use Font Theo, we'd be chuffed if you emailed us images of it in use, thanks.

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124 characters, 26 downloads
Created:
Wed, 9th July, 4:34 PM 2008
Last Edit:
Mon, 16th February, 12:59 PM 2009
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Discussion

SquarePeg
SquarePeg Tue, 15th July, 2008

Nice work!


TLD
TLD Tue, 15th July, 2008

Thanks SquarePeg – I had no idea the Theos spread this much love... Ik ben zot?

Thanks SquarePeg – I had no idea the Theos spread this much love... Ik ben zot?

SquarePeg
SquarePeg Tue, 15th July, 2008

Well, no one knows if that really IS an anagram of "ik ben zot"... But if it is, the man had a sense of humor. :-)