Carcassonne

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When Bauhaus met Blackletter

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Fantastic glyphs here! I'm in love especially with the "a" and the general fresh mouvement of the font. It seems very calligraphic, like made with a biselated marker. And very readable. Congrats, compa. Good luck with the jury (I'm not doubt of your success).

Comment by elmoyenique 4th april 2021

Your clever blending of two differing designs continues to prove quite impressive and eye-catching

Comment by tortoiseshell 4th april 2021
Comment by four 5th april 2021

Nice sample.

Comment by elmoyenique 5th april 2021

Thanks @elmoyenique and @time.piece!

Comment by four 10th april 2021

looks like a graffiti font. very nice

Comment by blu. 11th april 2021
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Carcassonne” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 6th may 2021

Congrats on the TP, compi!

Comment by elmoyenique 6th may 2021

Thank you @blu, @Rob Meek and @elmoyenique!

Comment by four 6th may 2021

i need brain damage pills for my brain

Comment by Jadenalex 26th may 2021

Nice Job

Comment by Ikzavier Azarea (Ladriano) 5th june 2021

carcussion

Comment by Hensley Dodson (Hensilly) 14th june 2021

dasdad

Comment by sandroala 24th august 2022
Comment by four Sat, 2nd september
Comment by four Sat, 2nd september
Comment by four Sat, 2nd september

Very cool looking mockups displaying the font mate.

Comment by Sed4tives Sat, 2nd september

Congrats, compa! @Sed4tives: Seeing the fonts of four in the Typodarium is not strange. I would bet double against single that they are real.

Comment by elmoyenique Sat, 2nd september

@elmo: Well, in general with four you'll never know if it is in fact a 'real world' physical application, but these clearly show tell tale givaways that they are indeed digital mockups.

Shadows, lighting and edges for example..

Maybe the Typodarium tear-off calender is a printed medium, its harder to tell, still I tend to say that it is a digital mockup though.

@four: ? 😋

Comment by Sed4tives Sat, 2nd september

@Sed4tives - Over the years, it's not been uncommon to see some of our fellow FontStructors represented in desk calendars and sample books displaying their work.

Comment by Goatmeal Sat, 2nd september

@Goatmeal: Yes I know, I've stumbled on to some over the years. And, if there is one person that is perfect to represent FontStruct it is definitely four!

— Interesting little fact:

It was a font crafted by four that brought me to FontStruct, and eventually what got me into making fonts myself.

Comment by Sed4tives Sat, 2nd september

Thanks guys, you are all correct. The first photo is the actual Typodarium 2023. The other two images are 'mockups' based on the original files submitted. I have two more fonts in the calendar. I'll post them now.

Comment by four Sat, 2nd september

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