Codename: Monolithic

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Inspired by: http://ec2-75-101-174-59.compute-1.amazonaws.com/fontstructions/show/codename_bauhaus Original FS logo is much better imo, but this one would be well too. Based on this one: http://ec2-75-101-174-59.compute-1.amazonaws.com/fontstructions/show/codename_bauhaus Edit: I hope nobody had created something like this before my one!
Info Created on 2nd April 2010 . Last edited on 12th April 2010.
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i think I already saw this concept somewhere, don't remember. But that's not really a problem you know, for example I have a large of 3x3 pixels fonts collection, because even in this very reduced minimal style, designers get different solutions and give a different personality and feeling to their fonts. Your special 3x3 was of course added to my collection
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 12th April 2010
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Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 10th December 2010
i like it +)
Comment by aeioutp 2nd October 2011
Excellent!
Comment by Agent Demonic Ladybug 29th January 2012
• Dead links now in your description : any update sb ?
• Too tricky to be legible : 'B' (like a 'b') ; 'D' (like a 'd') ; 'E' (like a large '*' or anything) ; 'F' (like a 'P') ; 'Q' (like a 'q') ; 'R' (like a 'r' - see below).
• Good attempts about the lower/upper cases (please keep up the good work to provide all the minuscules !) : 'a' =/= 'A' ; 'e' =/= 'E' ; 'g' =/= 'G' ; 'h' =/= 'H' ; 'k' =/= 'K' ; 'r' =/= 'R' ; 't' =/= 'T'.
• Duplicates : '2' === 'Z' ; '5' === 'S'.
Therefore I cannot imagine using this nice looking font sample as a complete one (in ASCII at least), sorry again.
Comment by dpla 8th March 2013

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