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After exploring motion and different types of movement, I was drawn to dance, specifically Jazz dance. Jazz dance became popular in the 1920's and "Jazz" is inspired by the posters that were used to promote different balls and dances at the time.
Info: Created on 29th October 2013 . Last edited on 18th November 2013.
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4 Comments

Looks really nice man. love the G the most I think. spacing looks a bit varied which makes it hard to read a few characters; m,n and u,v. but overall really clear type
Comment by nathanmwood 3rd November 2013
Cheers man! Yeah, spacing is something I've been having trouble with but I'm getting on to it.
Comment by tomyoung 3rd November 2013
A good looking font. 10/10

To help with letter spacing ...

Keep all glyphs to the (blue) left guide. Then select Menu/View/Letter Width (make sure Menu/Advanced/Lock Guides is unchecked) and move the dark green Letter Guide to adjust the spacing. Final letter width can be finely adjusted using Preview/Menu/Spacing/Global

Hope this helps :)
Comment by p2pnut 4th November 2013
Thank you! Spacing should be sorted now.
Comment by tomyoung 4th November 2013

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