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Hard to believe that 10 years have passed since joining Fontstruct. The years have truly flown by and typography went from an unknown, to a delightful hobby. Many many thanks to those who helped me learn and grow on this platform, it's been such a fun adventure with such a positive impact. To celebrate, may I present "magenta" an art deco font for any typing needs. Please enjoy
This also marks a little turning point. The name "time.peace" was chosen at random and was honestly something I’d never been thrilled with. After much thinking, a new moniker is being adopted: "tortoiseshell."
"tortoiseshell" pulls from the tortoiseshell butterfly. Butterflys are seen as both symbols of time and of peace, making it a simple homage to the old title. There is another connection to tortoiseshell glasses, a style popularized in the 1920's, an era that has been incredibly riveting with its Art Deco movement. Lastly, there is a genus of the tortoiseshell butterfly native to my home.
"tortoiseshell typography" looks build upon old ideas while also growing and evolving into the future.
Cheers to the next decade and the new chapter~