Crash Test Lullaby

by Eilidh McNeil (sakkeru)

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A typeface based on the text of Dummy Lyrics's logo.

Dummy Lyrics is a rock band based in Fukuoka, Japan. I do not belong to it; I'm working for them as a freelance translator and English lyricist, and designed their logo. Since this font is based on that, I can't allow commercial use, but you're welcome to any amount of personal use as long as you credit me.

If anyone knows of any way I could improve the kerning (some letters should almost slot together) I'd be very grateful if you'd let me know.

Info: Created on 4th March 2016 . Last edited on 9th March 2016.
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At the top is the original logo, drawn in Photoshop with the line tool.

Below are samples of the font in the style of the logo, and just the name. Doubled because my original design for the 's' (two 'c's put together) felt too big for a single glyph, so it became the uppercase 'S' and aligned closer to the baseline, and I designed a new glyph for the 's'. Otherwise all the letters are as close to the original as I could make them.

Comment by Eilidh McNeil (sakkeru) 9th March 2016

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