Run Aerial

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by enbullion

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A typeface based on mapped runs, viewed aerially. The letters correspond to the number of miles on the run: A=1, B=2, ... Z=26. The small circles indicate elevation: circle above means more elevation gained than lost, circle below is vice versa.

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Absolutely fascinating. 10/10
Comment by riccard0 30th december 2011
Thanks riccard0! Hope you enjoy using the typeface.
Comment by enbullion 30th december 2011
First I will need to find a possible usage! ;-)
Comment by riccard0 30th december 2011
Use as texture, abstract shapes, or as a wingdings font.
Comment by enbullion 2nd january 2012
Or, load into illustrator and play around with warping the shapes. The possibilities are endless.
Comment by enbullion 2nd january 2012
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Run Aerial” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 2nd january 2012
@meek thanks for the TP!
Comment by enbullion 2nd january 2012
What ricard0 said.
Comment by thalamic 3rd january 2012
I don't know what kind of letter is this.But as I see the possibilities I can do with the font, I will say you are creative dude!
Comment by cablecomputer 3rd january 2012
nice imagize be friends with me
Comment by sanderso 11th january 2012

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