crl's picture

This typeface is based on the notion of suggestion vs. statement, and testing the boundaries of legibility and practicality. The goal is to achieve a subtle, elusive quality, while remaining somewhat comprehensible.
I'm also intrigued by the eye's automatic ability to connect un-connected marks, for example, lines to dots, etc.
I still have some unresolved issues with line variance, and possibly spacing, both of which can be fixed.

I appreciate any and all feedback offered. Bring it.

One curtailOne Bold Curtail

hrant's picture

We really to see some text. But not text that we already know what it says.


jcheville's picture

I love the whole idea behind the typeface and how you came up with it. Very thoughtful. I think it's great that it ties into your clay work. Can't wait to see the revised version.

tylerg's picture

one thing i noticed is that some of the uppercase glyphs look more "scripty" than others; specifically the A, D, E, and L. you might want to unify the attitude of the set overall a bit more. also on the lowercase, why are the m, q, and r uppercase forms?

keep on truckin, and post those words, girl!

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