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Hi! I'm not sure if this is the right forum for my font, but it seemed the right choice. I developed two variants. In the regular one, glyphs connect to each other only in specific locations. In the C(onnected even more) version, some connections were added, some possible ones were still left out, though (like the /o), because I didn't want to mess with it and wanted to maintain a more natural flow iynwim. (And for another reason, I don't have the right tools to implement OpenType goodies and all). And the excuse for keeping some letters separated that I came up with for myself was that this way it looked more alien, rugged and original.
typogrid is a smart tool for typographers and graphic designers helps them to create typography letters and pixel arts based on the grids system.
In 2011, I developed the first version of this web application under "Square Kufi / Kufi Murabba" name. The concept of the app was to help users create one kind of arabic calligraphy which is Square Kufi using pen and eraser tools.
This is part of a Logo I helped design back in 2009 for friends. Now they want to update / change and I'd really appreciate finding that Font again. The logo itself has about 50% oversize (taller b/l/t stems) but not remembering exactly how much I added, the current example may or may not match the original font proportions.
My best guesses so far (using various online type-Id services)
ITC Bauhaus (by Benguiat; open types, logo has closed types; t has a tail, logo has straight bar)
Bryant Pro Alternate (by Eric Olson; not slanted e crossbar, closest match so far)
Kabel (by Linotype, two-storey a, t with tail)
Thanks in advance for any help!