Twenty-tmchty

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Twenty unique glyphs

Twenty by twenty grid

10 Comments

Comment by m_cm 8th april 2021
Comment by m_cm 8th april 2021

Very curious approach to the theme of this comp.

Comment by elmoyenique 9th april 2021

This is a rather unique idea, love the versatility of the glyphs

Comment by tortoiseshell 9th april 2021

Really interesting pixel based font, definitely a unique approach to the twenties challenge. Fascinating how a different context can make you see a glyph as another letter. 

Check p and r, they really look different to me...

Comment by four 10th april 2021

Thank you elmo and time.peace!

Great catch four, thank you. I was interested in playing with our ability to see the same glyph as different letters in different contexts.

Comment by m_cm 11th april 2021
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Twenty-tmchty” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 5th may 2021

Thanks meek :)

Comment by m_cm 5th may 2021

Very unique concept of representing multiple characters by a single glyph. As if that wasn't challenging enough, the heaviness of the style must have made the visualization harder. Awesome. 

Comment by minimum 6th may 2021

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Comment by CallhimSwimm Sat, 17th december

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