by ssaamm

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This font is an experiment in anti-aliasing, or more, and attempt to make things that look like distortions actually enhance the font. Try looking at it pixel size, and large size. At large size, compare far away and close up. If you download it, it will have an even better effect if you have font smoothing enabled. This is a very old unreleased experiment. It's not very good, but I still consider it a successful experiment.
Info: Created on 15th January 2010 . Last edited on 16th January 2010.
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Comment by ssaamm 5th June 2010
Interesting experiment and results. At pixel size it reminds me of a typewriter.
Comment by aphoria 5th June 2010
An interesting exploration of this phenomonon. Thanks for showing us your results.
Comment by p2pnut 5th June 2010
Interesting, exciting and might be an important first step to explore the unknown.
Comment by Frodo7 5th June 2010

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