IR CityBlocks

by igorrossi

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The whole font was designed from the e featured in IR CitySquare. I liked the idea of playing with the different sqare bricks to represent the different parts of each glyph, in order to achieve moire effects. I tried to darken the more characteristic part of each character.
Info: Created on 31st October 2009 . Last edited on 5th April 2010.
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Some interesting moire effects at different sizes. It looks a bit confusing - until you read the Sample Text ... then it works.
Comment by p2pnut 31st October 2009
@p2pnut: I like to test the bounds of readability... It's always a challenge to make a font look like what you want on FS because you can't chose the size or the text sample of the previews. Fortunately, some people like you take the time to scroll the size bar. I'm glad you saw the moire effects.
Comment by igorrossi 31st October 2009
Nice experiment. Could you, please, provide a demo pic so as to see this font as you intended.
Comment by Frodo7 31st October 2009
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Comment by igorrossi 22nd February 2010
Great demos. Thanks. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 23rd February 2010
You asked for them four months ago, here they are at last.
Comment by igorrossi 23rd February 2010

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