Hamburg Messe

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Info: Created on 8th January 2018 . Last edited on 9th January 2018.
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Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Hamburg Messe” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 10th January 2018

i luv dis, but its kinda hard to read for me :(

Comment by JingYo 13th January 2018

Yes, more likely to be used for a short text, in a general manner. It's a nice blackletter that reminds me of "an old story by sorbilicious" lately. Interesting "/" ("7" alike) and large (more usable) set of characters, where "0" could be disambiguated (v.s. "O" as always).

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B.t.w., beautiful low-res '8-bit' fonts: "Diary of an 8-bit mage", "Old School Adventures" and "Endless Boss Battle" – even without our comments there).

Comment by dpla 13th January 2018

Thanks!

Yes I certainly wouldn't recommend using it in any long piece of writing, more useful for logos and stuff (Maybe the name of a newspaper or something).

Thanks for your comments about my low res fonts too :)

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