by LexKominek

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A simple 2x2 font with 2x2 filter settings. Named after the lower case 's' which looks like a spiral phone cord. Could be considered a little sister to Bubblemania. UPDATE - 07/06/2010: Fixed the 'M' and 'W' as per Frodo's suggestion.


Nice one LK - that's a really cheeky K :)
Comment by p2pnut 1st june 2010
Very nice work.

I love your Y
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 3rd june 2010
Thanks guys!
Comment by LexKominek 3rd june 2010
Pretty letters with lush convexities all over. Some might find it sexy. I like the clover shape "x". The cleft of the M,W may be too deep. Great design. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 5th june 2010
Thanks, Frodo. I agree about the 'M' and 'W', but I created this before composite bricks were available. I should probably just edit it :-)
Comment by LexKominek 8th june 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Telephone” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 11th june 2010
With witch brick do you make these curves from "D" or "C"? i haven't found it out yet..i'm new here.
Comment by Colafroeschli 17th june 2010
@Colafroeschli - If you "Clone" this fontstruction, you can take a look for yourself :-)
Comment by LexKominek 17th june 2010

it's cool but i wish i could read it

Comment by Kaia (notkaia_pmc) 8th february 2022

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