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By researching the meaning of chaos, I came across the chaos theory, which describes the movement of unpredictability. My font is based on a diagram that explains the movement of chaotic systems. The design of the typeface is based upon helvetica, a clearly legible font over which i added the circular movement seen from the diagram. My typeface has an element of fun and could be used to promote a relaxing product or experience by using a contrasting idea; chaos. It could also be used to promote electronic music; record labels, album covers, in particular rave or club nights. This typeface literally causes havoc with your systems; for a more usable, bolder version try Tangle.
Info: Created on 5th November 2010 . Last edited on 10th December 2010.
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I really like this, it has a quirky edge to it. It's completely random, yet is also very usable. Excellent work.

Only thing I'd do is increase the SPACE key. Using Advanced >> View >> Letter Width, then adjust to taste (usually around half a letter width)
Comment by djnippa 10th November 2010
Wow... I love the pointillist effect. The most interesting part for me though, is that it doesn't follow any rules. Most fonts have a formula that they follow, but this one doesn't; true chaos.
Comment by wurfle 10th November 2010
Thank you for the comments... anyone got any ideas why my 'm' wont work? does it work for you?
Comment by Joanna Claire Mitchell (Claire Mitchell) 15th November 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Headless Roman” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 22nd November 2010
congrat for a great job
Comment by caliopigio 29th December 2010

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