High Sunderland A Blinds

by Rob Meek (meek)

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A very cool fonts, these repetitions in the original font feel like attention traps. Very cool special characters. But E and F - they are out of the set, I think they should be filled in too or cutted.

Comment by Dmitriy Sychiov (Sychoff) 2nd may 2020

Thanks Dmitriy!
I absolutely see what you mean about E and F, but there is a logic to the filling. This font is really intended to be used in combination with the “Structure” font, as a second font layer behind.
So the fills are only for areas which are enclosed in the other font. Also I only wanted to fill the areas of “Structure” which were stripy – that’s why I didn’t fill the O or the Q here for example.

Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 2nd may 2020

Very abstract, I love it!

Comment by Petrthecat 6th november 2020

Idk how to respond on FS so..

I dont know who made the quote but the website i found the quote from is https://thejohnfox.com/long-sentences/

Comment by Sorenwds 16th march 2021


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Comment by VTOTFS2021 26th july 2021

can u make me a leotrix dj logo font?

Comment by ddhgeysg Tue, 3rd october

Wow... Nice font meek! :D

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