NSS Unicase

by cayo
Cloned from NuevoSolStile by cayo.

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Unicase Clone of NuevoSolStile.
I thought I might also need a unicase version, so I sacrified all ascending and descending glyphs to get this result.
I made up my unicase μ so it wouldn´t be just another M.
08.12.09 y redesigned (a more lc-ish concept)


clean, contemporary design. reminds me of type that appears on an eye exam chart, but you have warmed it up and cooled it off :)
Comment by funk_king 24th august 2009
I have always been a great fan of Eurostile-Microgramma. I think 2001: A Space Odyssey had much to do in that matter. I don't know if it's the one used for eye-charts, but given it's "scientific" look it might appear to be.
And how can't you warm it up & and cool it off if your using FS? :)
I think Microgramma might have been designed with a square in mind, but it's curved glyphs where treated in a more grotesque-ish way. I imagine since they didn't have FS back then and Helvetica came into fashion, Eurostile's lc did not come squarish at all. So this is how FS modularity updates the concept for me. Glad you like it.
Comment by cayo 24th august 2009
Fabulous font! Modern, very readable, i love them ! congratulations !you've done a good job !
Comment by darkseeid 28th september 2009
Five stars, it's my last price !
Comment by darkseeid 28th september 2009

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