Typeco De Stijl

by Typeco

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De Stijl is based on the name plate of the DE STIJL magazine designed by Theo van Doesburg in 1923. Only the letters for DESTYL are shown, so the rest of the letters were interpreted.
Info: Created on 19th September 2012 . Last edited on 21st September 2012.
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You might notice that the D looks slightly different than that on the original DESTIJL nameplate. I had to differentiate it from the O a bit. So if you want to match the original D, you could just use the O.
Comment by Typeco 2nd October 2012
(Are you Dutch? I am. :3)
Comment by minidonut 2nd October 2012
No, I am not Dutch, however I did include the IJ ligature. Of course, you can just use the Y if you can not access the IJ.
Comment by Typeco 2nd October 2012

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