by nazlfrag

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Using 3 or 4 tetrominoes in a 4x5 block.
Info: Created on 11th July 2010 . Last edited on 21st July 2010.
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the contraint was very difficult and the result is cool even if some lettersbasic shapes had to be "reinterpreted" making the reading a bit difficult, but i always do that when i want to explore really new territories; This little effort we ask to the viewer is rewarded when he can "enter" this world and discover its inner beauty... But most of the time they don't make the effort and we're simply ignored....
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 15th July 2010
This new I is more natural. Bravo !
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 17th July 2010
This has gained in legibility and strength since your recent improvements. More and more i love this stunning design. :0)
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 25th July 2010
Thanks for the support, I'm aiming for legibility despite difficulty, and will keep updating this until I'm satisfied. This is mostly just a result of the artificial constraints I imposed upon myself with a little common sense thrown in, and I'm glad someone enjoyed it.
Comment by nazlfrag 29th July 2010

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