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Inspired by the fantastic entries in the FontStruct Slab Serif Gallery, here's my first attempt at a Fat Slab. It's got hard hammered edges but with soft and rounded velvety serifs.
Info: Created on 11th August 2008 . Last edited on 23rd June 2009.
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Congratulations, Gene!
Comment by anTyp 11th August 2008
Oooh! Scrumptious K, tasty g, yummy 7.
Comment by thalamic 11th August 2008
Wow! Now do a super-condensed one! If this is your first slab, you have to be in contention for the slab king.
Comment by intaglio 11th August 2008
Slab serifs rule, and you've done a great job, Gene. I like your cap M and N... they are the real thing. :-)
Comment by SquarePeg 12th August 2008
A massive one, fantastic job!
Comment by wolfkrim 13th August 2008
Thanks everyone! Your comments are greatly appreciated. I really questioned myself on if I was constructing this properly. It was mainly through studying your entries that I developed this vicariously through observed aesthetics. I'm still a little uncertain as to what constitutes or deviates from a defining characteristic of a Slab Serif that differentiates it from a regular Serif. I thought going big would help make it more obvious. Any lessons on Slab Serification are welcomed.
Comment by geneus1 21st August 2008
Thick & Juicy indeed!!!
I like everything about this Geneus :)

Congrats, sir
Comment by grant 27th December 2008

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