by Ger Straten (GS-Square)

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Yes, another answer to the New Alphabet of Wim Crouwel but this one was part of a project for my graduation in 1969-1970 at the Academy for Visual Arts in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Yes this font is really 42 years of age and I'm also a bit old. (I tweeked some characters a bit after all those years, I had to). We use in Dutch the lower-case character 'ij' ligature instead of that ypsilon 'y'. No upper-case of course. On the upper-case set the 'y' is in its place.
Info: Created on 23rd March 2012 . Last edited on 6th February 2017.
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after all that years I did not find a good solution for the 'x' and 'z'. I did some work on it but could not find the it.
Comment by Ger Straten (GS-Square) 3rd August 2012

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