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Inspired by noir films, particularly the lettering on the doors of private detective offices.
Info: Created on 19th February 2009 . Last edited on 17th June 2009.
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This is slick!

I'm not crazy about the overhang on the f though. Did you try shifting the s down a bit so you can complete the top? Maybe the same thing for the e too...
Comment by Stelios Constantinides (sconstantinides) 29th April 2009
i agree with that "f" issue, but "s" and "e" are wonderful. maybe the irregularity in "m" needs to be thought over...
very neat font you put out there.
Comment by kix 29th April 2009
Thank you for your comments! The e and s are the way they are because I drew all the other characters first at the current x-height, and so I had to compromise because of the grid. But I ended up liking the way they turned out, so I'm happy with them.

I fixed the f, m, and w. I agree with your comments, I think they look better now.

Please take a look at my other fonts and let me know what you think!
Comment by John Lopez (c12p5) 3rd May 2009
It's okay..5 stars.
Comment by Captian Olimar (CaptianOlimar) 10th February 2010

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