Concentrium

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by Christian Munk (CMunk)
See also mustafa by tknc.

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Info: Created on 23rd October 2009 . Last edited on 24th November 2009.
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18 Comments

An instant classic, CMunk. Gets my vote for the next featured download.
Comment by thalamic 29th October 2009
Brilliant
Comment by p2pnut 29th October 2009
Great ethnic art deco design. It seems curved in wood. Hypnotizing!
Comment by igorrossi 29th October 2009
Yes, I could only repeat the words written above: brilliant! Carved in wood. The roughness is probably intentional. Have you seen the sample text at PXL view? 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 31st October 2009
Carved it is, sorry for the mispelling.
Comment by igorrossi 1st November 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Concentrium” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by gferreira_admin 2nd November 2009
Hypnotic. Defo reminds me of cutting the 'wood like' plastic board (don't remember it's actual name) we used for rolling ink onto, and then printing onto paper when I was at school. Big fan of 8,B & R. H has a real 3D effect if you stare at it enough. 10/10
Comment by djnippa 2nd November 2009
Very nice. Looks artistic. I´m not sure about the space-character. The whole font would be a lot more readable if this one would be different from the other characters, maybe a bit lighter...
Comment by Magic Sam 8th November 2009
2 years ago in Barcelona:
http://www.fotolog.com/xpome/16099021
cheers for the font:]
Comment by xpome 12th November 2009
nice op art
Comment by typophilus50 24th November 2009
I have changed the space:
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 24th November 2009
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 24th November 2009
This is just too brilliant, CMunk. I love just looking at the shapes.

Allow me to offer a couple of suggestions to make C E and F seem less wide:
--Shift the E and F over to right a bit and add two vertical strokes on the left edge.
--Slide C over to right as well and add another curved stroke to the left.

These are only suggestions. The fontstruction is museum worthy in any case.
Comment by thalamic 24th November 2009
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Concentrium” is now a current Featured FontStruction.
Comment by gferreira_admin 25th November 2009
My very first featured font! I'm honoured.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 27th November 2009
Congratulations :)
Comment by p2pnut 27th November 2009
I like that Cmunk!!! 5 Stars for you!!!
Comment by Hamzah 6th December 2009
Very nice effect. Well done.

I think you should consider doing something with the I to make it more distinguished. The font is wonderfully legible except for where the I runs into clean vertical lines like an H on its left or an F on its right.

Maybe do something to distinguish the period more. As it is it looks almost exactly like the O, but just moved down a little bit.

The space really stands out. Maybe punctuation could be made to stand out as much (or nearly as much).

Personally I think you really should add all the basic punctuation. lowercase isn't too important with this kind of font but it would still be a nice addition..
Comment by linehand 13th December 2009

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