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Heavy modular font for logo and t-shirt design. This is a remake of my older work with few modifications. Note the preview does not provide faithful rendering of the details at small magnifications.
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    Created on 5th December 2009. Last edited on 19th May 2011.
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Comment by Frodo7 6th december 2009
Acknowledgement

This fontstruction was only made possible by the kind help of will.i.ૐ. Thank you.
Comment by Frodo7 6th december 2009
You are really getting into the minimalist/filter groove :)
Comment by p2pnut 6th december 2009
Nice take on the 1.8. Imagine the 'Like' button pushed. :-)
Comment by thalamic 6th december 2009
Thank you for your comment and generous rating.

@p2pnut: That's right. I intend to explore every inch of it. It's my No Crevice Left Behind policy.:))

@thalamic: It is scary you know even the filter settings.
Comment by Frodo7 6th december 2009
Comment by Frodo7 7th december 2009
Excellent application of the technique. I like how the rather square uppercase pair up with the extended lowercase. This way the M and the m, for example, remain highly attuned to each other despite the constraints of the small, small grid. It’s fontstructions like this that make me yen for essays on the processes of early masters experimenting with highly modular and rule-based type design. Of course, a good place to start would be some of the books afrojet has researched and cited : )
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 9th december 2009

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