by h1k765

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Info Created on Mon, 12th December . Last edited on Tue, 13th December.
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Comment by h1k765 Tue, 13th December

This is a simple experiment that I have fallen in love with. I will take all suggestions as it is imperfect.

Comment by h1k765 Tue, 13th December

It's great. I love the B but it is a bit ambiguous- I read “Distro” instead of ”Bistro”. I can’t think of a better solution for it though.  

Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Tue, 13th December
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Cognac” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Tue, 13th December








Very Good!!! +Smile ☺

Comment by janh Tue, 13th December

@meek It is "Bistros"

Comment by Brynda1231 Meyerholt (brynda1231) Tue, 13th December
Comment by h1k765 Tue, 13th December
Comment by h1k765 Tue, 13th December

Gorgeous ... a great addition to anglophone Art Deco fonts. Congratulations on the TP :) For the B, would a 1/2 or 1/3 brick  extension to the center 'horizontal' work?

Comment by Aeolien Wed, 14th December

Perfect modernization of art deco. The alternatives are good.

Comment by Scriptoresque Thu, 15th December

I made a 3D image of it I hope you like it :)

Comment by Future MFX (<Youtube) (Future FG Gaming) Wed, 24th May

Pertaining to your current "B" [yes, 'distro' is to be avoided!], adding an ascender could not help itself… even a descender.
After many moves (in bitmap, because we'd need to try with your blocks directly), IMO a fair solution was to add a splitting.
B.t.w. your "S" has too modified or complex curves, in comparison to the rest; it might be splittable too, ditto e.g. "869X"…
@Brenda: 'bistros' is the plural of 'bistro'^^
@h1k765: were you tipsy while you wrote 'ETAS UNIS'? ('États-Unis') If yes, stop fontsdrinking this Cognac immediately…^^
@Future FG Gaming: precisely… *hic!*^^

Comment by dpla Thu, 25th May