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When Bauhaus met Art Deco


A brilliant mix of the two styles

Comment by time.peace Sun, 28th march

Brilliant like a morning star!

Comment by elmoyenique Sun, 28th march

I was working in something like this, but yours is beautiful and makes me let mine out. Convergent thinking once again, compañero. I'm gonna try another way.

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Comment by thalamic Sun, 28th march

oh my this is so cool

Comment by Echo Heo (bluemon) Sun, 28th march


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Comment by user-juli Wed, 31st march

Thanks @time.peace, @thalamic, @Echo Heo, @Hensley Dodson and @user-juli!

Thank you @elmoyenique, I am looking forward to your competition entry/entries! Please don't abandon your project, I think it has the potential of a very good (and different) font.

Comment by four Wed, 31st march

Well... I'm having a bit of a hard time finding some good and pretty ideas that capture the spirit of the 20s... Don't worry, that's the challenge, right?. Thanks, compa.

Comment by elmoyenique Wed, 31st march

@four: A fantastic entry to the competition. 10/10

@elmoyenique: You may consider several artistic movements from the period (the 1920s).

1. Russian constructivism: the works of El Lissitzky, Alexander Rodchenko and others.

2. Bauhaus: A.M. Cassandre: Bifur (1927) is a good inspiration.

3. Dadaism: it's complicated. (You are not the sort of iconoclastic type.)

4. Art Deco: Broadway (by M.F. Benton, 1927) is a good start.

5. Cooper Black (by Oswald B. Cooper, 1922). Beate already used it as inspiration.

6. Futura Black (a stencil by Paul Renner, 1929)

7. Preissig Antiqua (by Vojtech Preissig, 1925)

There are a lot more, but that's a start. Good luck Elmo.

Comment by Frodo7 Thu, 1st april

El Lissitzky? I love their abstract art…

Comment by BWM Thu, 1st april

@Frodo7: Thank you, Maestro, you are always so generous. I'm already underway.

Comment by elmoyenique Thu, 1st april
Comment by four Fri, 2nd april

Very fancy, well done.

Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) Wed, 7th april

Supreme achievement. Doubly so at this scale. 

Comment by minimum Sat, 10th april

Thanks @Frodo7, @BWM, @Yautja and @minimum!

Comment by four Sat, 10th april
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “twentysomething” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) Mon, 26th april

FontStructor’s favourite once again! ❤️ Congratulations, compañero! 

Comment by elmoyenique Tue, 27th april

Thank you @Rob Meek, @elmoyenique and everyone else!

Comment by four Wed, 28th april

love it. it's on my favorites list

Comment by Gianluca6 Sun, 2nd may

Also my congratulations on the TP. I like this beautiful play of light and shadow.

Comment by beate Mon, 3rd may

Thank you @Gianluca6 and @beate!

Comment by four Thu, 6th may


Comment by Jadenalex Wed, 26th may

This is one of SiGuy's top picks! Amazing! I give this font a 11/10! SO AMAZING! So good that it's one of my top picks! This needs to get 100 downloads! So everybody reading this comment, PLEASE BUY THIS FONT! It helps the creator so much!

Comment by Siguy Thu, 27th may

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