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I just wanted to show you a new typeface I started as a little break on a different typeface I'm doing for a client.
It started with an idea on a certain flow of lines within the /a but quickly thereafter I removed the terminal and created this sort of naked serif typeface.
I like the a, b, d and r in particular (which is not to say no more adjustments will be made though) but I'm rather uncertain about the /c and and /e as they're perhaps too classical. I suppose with this typeface I essentially want to bring a few classical/chirographic aspects and think it through to a logical, modern conclusion. I feel the /o could be wider but I will have a closer look at that when doing more elaborate text samples.
Any criticism is welcome.
|Baran v1.pdf||282.22 KB|
|Baran v2.pdf||280.64 KB|
|Baran v3.pdf||313.77 KB|
|Baran v6.pdf||313.12 KB|
|Baran v6 text sample.pdf||399.71 KB|