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I was loooking at some unicase typefaces (they fascinate me), and came across FF Disturbance:
I find the letter "G" in it really interesting, and I've never seen anythig nlike it before. The G in Bayer Universal is similar, but this seems to me like a wholly new idea.
Does anyone have any information on where this hybrid upper/lower case "G" originated? (I consider the Bayer Universal G to also be a sort of hybrid upper/lowercase, but I haven't seen one with a loop like that before)
Edit: For those interested, upon some investigation, I found that the creator of Disturbance later created a super fleshed-out family based on the original Disturbance, called "Redisturbed":