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fat, fat and fat
Info: Created on 1st June 2010 . Last edited on 18th November 2011.
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9 Comments

Monolithic! 10/10

At this specific zoom level, the previewer imbues K with false but delicious finial flourishes on the diagonals. Which look both awesome and are worthy of consideration:
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 18th November 2011
Colossal! 10/10
Comment by riccard0 18th November 2011
Superheavy love!
Comment by elmoyenique 19th November 2011
Fat, fit and fun! Magnificent!! 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 19th November 2011
Robust super heavy design. I like the use of slightly oblique edges in order to lend some roundedness to letters (e.g. D,C,G,O,Q,S). The C and G are too similar. If I have to pick my favorite glyph, I would say it's the "3". 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 19th November 2011
I really like this fat-blocky font!
Comment by cablecomputer 20th November 2011
Thank you all for kind comments

Will.i : funny this whale tail in the viewer thank I have'nt notice.

Frodo: more oblique: agree with you, let me look at it, it's a good suggestion.

YEP the 3 is my favorite as well, I'll try to find something for 5,6 and 9 which are boring
Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 21st November 2011
Finally… a font that won't tip over.
Comment by fugitiveglue 7th March 2013
Awesome font. Interesting how letters with only 1 downward stroke are thicker than letters with 2 or more. Not sure if it's intentional but I like it.
7 might be a little too wide compared to the rest of the numbers IMHO
Comment by Scott Calo (truth14ful) 1st September 2014