Tangience Solid

by geneus1
Cloned from Tangience by geneus1.

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Tangience Solid. A fractionally scaled fontstruction utilizing a molecular coagulation of fused tangent circles with empty spaces filled. Best viewed magnified under an electron microscope.


Comment by geneus1 2nd september 2008
And I thought the circle brick was useless just because I lack the imagination to know what to do with it. Doh! This is gnarly wonderful. Somehow this is more satisfying than Tangience, which is pretty good itself. Hope it gets top-picked.
Comment by intaglio 2nd september 2008
I like it. The brass knuckles of typography. Geneus1 is ready to throw down. Very useful.
Comment by afrojet 3rd september 2008
@intaglio: Thanks. The way you feel about this font is like the way I feel about your approach to text faces. I'm also impressed by how quickly you've mastered the combination of brick stacking and brick overlapping.

@afrojet: Ha! :-D I've never used brass knuckles, but here's where I used to throw down Muay Thai style.
Comment by geneus1 3rd september 2008

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