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A serif font with sharp edges, suggesting it might be cut in stone; hence the name Bloccus. What do you think of the asymmetric c? And what do you think of the 'feet' on v and w? --- On a completely different note, I'm going to Japan for a fortnight on monday, so I'll upload a couple of fonts now, and read the comments when I get back.
Info: Created on 7th July 2011 . Last edited on 23rd July 2012.
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Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 15th August 2011
The font would be much more useful if you added figures 4 through 9.
Comment by jimhv 30th September 2011
@jimhv: done ;)
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 30th September 2011

Where is acute in small letter "s"?

Comment by Byczek (Patryk Sztylc) Wed, 16th October

It might've went on vacation…

Comment by BWM Thu, 17th October

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