by Magic Sam

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This is a very simple one..."Apollo" is dedicated to the English graphic designer, typographer and art director Neville Brody. A few days ago I read the book "The Graphic Language of Neville Brody" and while creating this font I realized that it looks a bit like a few typefaces he did back in the days. Hope you like it, write a comment if you have any suggestions! * = alt.A, # = alt.$, % = alt.j (less spacing)


Comment by Magic Sam 22nd august 2009
I think he would be proud.
Comment by cayo 23rd august 2009
Who the f... gave this typeface a 1/10 ?? These trolls...
Comment by Magic Sam 1st september 2009
RE: your specimen
Are the letters in yellow a different weight or did you give them additional border? They look slightly bolder than that negative O.

Also, never mind the rating system. Here’s a 10 to even things out.
Comment by sebastianberns 1st september 2009
This happened to me before too! Great font - a 10 from me :)
Comment by JoeAllison 1st september 2009
Thanks mates!
@SebastianBerns: You´re right, the yellow letters are a bit bolder. I made the sample with Indesign where you can make a few modifications. The yellow letters have yellow outlines whereas the O (and the subheadline) has no outlines ;-)
Comment by Magic Sam 1st september 2009
Gets a 10 because it's worth it :) (to hell with the trolls)
Comment by p2pnut 1st september 2009

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