Peecso Font 2.0

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Evolution of peecso 1.0
Info: Created on 29th September 2008 . Last edited on 16th June 2009.
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Every type of this pixel font is obtained by the combination of 6 bi-face rubber stamps in group of 4 or 2. In other terms, the entire font is drawed combining the same 12 graphic elements build from a basic unit (the square) and multiple of this unit (rectangles).
Comment by nelloz 29th September 2008
Great stuff. I really enjoy seeing the evolutionary process and the back and forth between digital and analog here.
Comment by afrojet 29th September 2008
completely agreed. this seemed to be an all "natular" design process just as i love it. i tought about posting photos of real drawings and scribbles i did on math-paper(?) before i realized them. good good work.

the knowledge that your font is made of 12 constant pieces and that it's mad originally with a "variable" stamp of 4 squares makes it like a 100 times more incredible.

respect. that idea rules
Comment by kix 29th September 2008
What they said.
Comment by thalamic 29th September 2008
Thanks for the comments.
Happy that my idea is shared and understood.
Here an other picture of the 6 rubber stamps I made and later a picture that explain better the elements combination.

Other pictures on small version (Peecso 1.0) of the font http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/83754
Comment by nelloz 29th September 2008
Comment by nelloz 29th September 2008
I love this. I wish I could download wood and rubber.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 30th September 2008
More on Peecso Typographic project at this link.
Comment by nelloz 17th January 2009
I really like the documentation page. Is the poster for sale?
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 17th January 2009
I made some copies in digital print (plotter). Please contant me through my web site (you'll find my e-mail) for further information and if you want to buy one of them. Many thanks.
Comment by nelloz 18th January 2009