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Frankenstein Monster from a Clarendon G... (with some liberties, of course)
That makes.... uh, one too many.
This is about signs and signage (the definition of "sign" being rather broad). I may keep it up.
doodle doodle doodle.
College, near Bathurst in T.O. Great coffee & Strong too...
The film pos and hand-cut Amberlith from a sign I did years ago. I like the fi ligature.
It started out as a sketch of a man with an unruly dog and a shopping bag (Or is that a man-purse?). The Bad curve replaced the dog as an inspiration from my "bad curve" question. I don't like the bag. Maybe I'll either give him some drawing implements or a poop-and-scoop doo-dad.
In case anyone asks, the font I used is Isoctuer, which I can't find out anything about, but I think came with AutoCAD. The rest in the suit are single stroke fonts.
more expounding here. (Per Joe's comment below.)
This is from the first typeface I did. I based it on the logotype of my employer. I don't like it much, but it does do this:
You'll have to imagine it animated on your own.
The photo my Typophile icon is from - Found at last.
Until now I wasn't aware there was this blog feature in typophile.
My primary typogrphic concern at the moment is legibility of typefaces for signage. I'll post some observations and findings here as things progress.