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Info: Created on 26th September 2009 . Last edited on 20th November 2009.
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Comment by aphoria 30th September 2009
Comment by aphoria 30th September 2009
Love it. Some really inventive glyph building going on here that's produced a typeface full of flavor. Love the '3'. I'll take an order of rings and a Milkshake, please.
Comment by afrojet 30th September 2009
That's absolutely great and just so readable ... I can almost hear the sizzle of the griddle.

We have both come out with a round ended design on the same day ... but your definitely wins, especially in the characterfulness stakes :)
Comment by p2pnut 30th September 2009
Thanks afro.

I've been doing a lot of large-grid stuff lately and it was fun to do something on a small scale.
Comment by aphoria 30th September 2009
Really love this.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 1st October 2009
@p2pnut Thanks for the compliments...very much appreciated.
Comment by aphoria 1st October 2009
@meek To earn your praise is a high honor, thank you.
Comment by aphoria 1st October 2009
Nice use of the shapes. Great job! :)

My only instant reservation is that the W looks too much like an upside down M.

Nice job! very readable.
Comment by Youssef Sarhan (Youssef) 3rd October 2009
Thanks Youssef. The W was different originally, and for some reason I changed. After your comment, I decided to change it back.

I move the old W the |.

Comment by aphoria 3rd October 2009
I can see why you're swithering over the w. Both forms have just about equal whimsical charm.

Congratulations on such a handsome result with only a handfull of bricks. Bet you were pleased with the k and x.
Comment by intaglio 3rd October 2009
Thanks intaglio.

Actually I was rather unsure about the k and x. I mean, I think they're good enough by themselves, but I didn't know how well they fit in here. Ultimately, I couldn't do much else to them with the bricks I had available.

My personal faves are the Q, S, a, e, m, n, s, and 3.
Comment by aphoria 3rd October 2009
this is great. simple and effective. minimal brick usage. maximum impact. nicely retro and very contemporary :)
Comment by funk_king 4th October 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Diner” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 7th October 2009
Thanks funk_king!
Comment by aphoria 7th October 2009
Thanks for the Top Pick gferreira!
Comment by aphoria 7th October 2009
You are an internet celebrity now. :-)
Comment by thalamic 9th November 2009
Whoa, that's pretty cool. Thanks for letting me know thal.
Comment by aphoria 9th November 2009

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