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Normally I would never consider using -- let alone drawing -- this type of 'ultra-geometric' lettering. But for this application (a sign manufacturer) I think it is the most appropriate solution.
I'm eager to hear you throughts on the weight distribution and such. I have taken the top arm of the S glyph and brought it in a bit, to counter balance the character so it doesn't look like it it falling forward. I wonder if this is appropriate, etc.
[Edit: I attached another PDF which details what they mark will look like in normal application]
[Edit: I have posted the finished results]