ztarsky eYe/FS

by elmoyenique

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I am almost sure that I am not inventing anything with this, but I had this font in the mind for time. 70s style and Starsky and Hutch on TV's screen. Good times.
Info: Created on 20th July 2010 . Last edited on 26th July 2010.
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    Comment by elmoyenique 24th July 2010
    Although not necessarily inventing anything, this is a great set.

    There's some very nice attention gone into some of the glyphs and some some subtly clever but recognisable (to me at least) problem solving going on.

    If I were you, I'd perhaps consider cloning this and creating a rounded version - it could offer a great conterpart, whilst maintaining the 70's feel.
    Comment by chr.s 24th July 2010
    I forgot to mention - one or two minor issues may be the position of the tail on the 'Q' - perhaps it could sit further to the right - and the '4' feels a little square compared to the others.
    Comment by chr.s 24th July 2010
    @cr.s: Thanks a lot for your very appreciated comments. We're running, beep-beep.
    Comment by elmoyenique 26th July 2010
    It also has a 1930's storybook feel to it. 10/10
    Comment by p2pnut 27th July 2010
    Look at ADL's "Tessa", very similar!
    Comment by demonics 1st August 2012
    @p2pnut: Thanks for all your interest, ma.ter!
    @demonics: I can't find the ADL's "Tessa" font, can you help me with this, please? BTW, he "convergent thinking" is more usual than we know in FS.
    Comment by elmoyenique 1st August 2012
    This is some very extreme convergent thinking.
    Comment by demonics 2nd August 2012
    I believe in the convergent thinking (not only in the FS world)! You know that. But distant people, using similar tools they gone to similar results, to solve problems or situations, more than we would expect. Here you are.
    Comment by elmoyenique 2nd August 2012