fs 23:59

by thalamic

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A long while ago, I came across some logo or font or something that said something like 'raptor' or 'captor' or something. This font owes its existence to that...er...logo. But it has been futzed with umpteen number of times so it only has a distant cousin look to the original. I searched and searched my files but couldn't find the original. Checked google, bing, behance and logopond too; no luck.
Info: Created on 12th July 2010 . Last edited on 17th July 2010.
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Comment by thalamic 13th July 2010
I wasn't too sure at first - then I played with the sizes and looked at the Sample text as well and ... I like it a lot :) 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 13th July 2010
Thanks, Ray. Interestingly, those fine lines through the font makes it so that the sample size is the only size this font can be used at. So much for the TrueType. Let's just call it a huge bitmap font.

PS: Is it just me or is anyone else feeling nostalgic about fontstruct days of yore? 2007 to 2009, I mean. Can you even have a recent-past nostalgia?
Comment by thalamic 13th July 2010
i like the these very original shapes using cleverly a so reduced set of bricks, the construction game feeling, the assumed modularity...
You evoke Fontstruct in 2007-09, i wasn't there, could you tell me more of those days ?
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 13th July 2010
I share the same feeling as p2pnut

This font is awsome, the sample convince me. I love IT, numbers are great. those littles lines through glyph come out very well. 10

Comment by Michel Troy ~UrbanPixel~ (Upixel) 13th July 2010
I know what you mean about the "days of yore". :)
Comment by aphoria 13th July 2010
This is a nice looking font. The sample is good.
Comment by naveenchandru 13th July 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “fs 23:59” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 16th July 2010
Comment by thalamic 17th July 2010
A remarkable new font demonstrating the never fading creativity on FS. Some letter forms are so innovative, so brilliant, it would take long to enumerate all their beauties. Let me focus on just one feature: the horizontal and some times vertical notches. These junctures (a term borrowed from woodwork joinery) work on many levels, connecting the individual glyphs into seamless text, and enhancing some of their components. The result is nothing short of amazing. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 17th July 2010

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