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A pretty simple fontstruction on its own. It only comes to life when layered with other fontstructions from the Institutional family (Elements is available now with further additions coming soon); see samples. This fontstructions attempts to further two quests: to have a font almost completely solid (without sacrificing legibility, i.e.) and to find new ways pixel-level coloring without coloring each pixel.

No attempt is made to copy/reproduce any existing type design or coloring technique. Any resemblance to existing fonts or fontstructions or coloring technique is purely coincidental and displays the designers inability to unlearn intentional or accidental knowledge gained in the past, either visual or technical.

Danke, merci, thankyou.
Info: Created on 26th November 2009 . Last edited on 1st November 2010.
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Comment by thalamic 11th December 2009
Comment by thalamic 11th December 2009
Comment by thalamic 11th December 2009
Comment by thalamic 11th December 2009
It is wonderful to see that members continued to produce great works unabated. FS Institutional has all the hallmarks we loved in your previous works. The samples are superb. On the second one you seem to peek at us. Nice touch. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 11th December 2009
I bow to your mighty talent .... and LMAO at your disclaimer :-)
Comment by p2pnut 11th December 2009
Love the font and the elements are great icing on the cake.

As always, your samples are the best.

The disclaimer is awesome too!
Comment by aphoria 11th December 2009
Somehow I feel the need to fontstruct.
This one is another one of your typeriments that denies the fact that the sky is the limit.
Comment by cayo 13th December 2009
Hilarious disclaimer especially since this typeface is so characteristically you. There's no doubt that this diabolic creation came from no one else's brain but yours. Nice job.

I could be wrong but the lowercase 'c' seems a little long in the tooth.
Comment by afrojet 17th December 2009
Ah! I see now from the second sample that the 'c' is in fact meant to be proportionally wide to fit geometrically.
Comment by afrojet 17th December 2009
Thank you, one and all. :-)
Comment by thalamic 25th December 2009
love it
Comment by Trevor Clinkers (ironbollocks) 27th January 2010
Just realize a wonderful stuff when looking through thalamic's fonts. 10/10 + fave!
Comment by cablecomputer 14th March 2012
Comment by thalamic 30th March 2012
Mix and match this fs with:
fs Institutional VO
fs Institutional VE
fs Institutional HO
fs Institutional HE
fs Institutional HE VE
fs Institutional Elements

The key to the names is:

So HE fontstruction stands for the same fs Institutional font but with horizontal stripes in even-numbered slots.

I'll work on fs Institutional HO VO as well to complete the Institutional family. Soon.

The Elements font contains additional things that can be mixed with the base Institutional font for more custom effects.

Comment by thalamic 30th March 2012
Hi mate, none of your links work, so I did a search in >Everything are all still private.
Comment by djnippa 30th March 2012
Thanks, DJ. Now I know why I had all those Institutional fonts open in different tabs. I must have meant to share them, then forgot. Remedied now.
Comment by thalamic 31st March 2012
What a sophisticated family you have developed. Very useable. 10/10 for all.
Comment by p2pnut 31st March 2012

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