Anticrisp

Miguel Hernandez's picture

Headbangers Nostalgic Typophiles:

-This font was designed and inspired listening with some good Heavy-Thrash Metal Old 80`s bands, i hope that this design would be usefull.

-At 100% it looks with no Jagged angles(smoth angles?)

-i try to make something like ligatures, "edgedures" :-)

Please critique.

MH



eomine's picture

really nice. interesting, the long "i".

some comments:
-try to make the "f" ascending.
-the tail in "j" seems too long.
-the "r" in "Brown"/"Over" looks better than the
"r" in your alphabet setting.
-check the "p" in "Anticrisp Heavy Metal". it

tidchris's picture

ok.
A, it swaps horizontals with 45', over and over again.
B, verticals stay the same, but offset in-glyph by A.

Every time I look at it my brain's type reader gets all drunk and starts playing air guitar at 45'.

As others have said, it's very refined. I can't tell if the "p" is different.

disclaimer: I am not impartial. and I play air guitar poorly.

tidchris's picture

ok.
A, it swaps horizontals with 45', over and over again.
B, verticals stay the same, but offset in-glyph by A.

Every time I look at it my brain's type reader gets all drunk and starts playing air guitar at 45'.

As others have said, it's very refined. I can't tell if the "p" is different.

disclaimer: I am not impartial. and I play air guitar poorly.

cerulean's picture

It's the capital P. It's clearly there to balance the weight of the A in typical metal-band-logo fashion.

Stephen Coles's picture

Miguel. Did you go or are you going to art school?
Nice idea to give the cap 'D' a stem to avoid ambiguity.
I am having trouble finding anything wrong with this.

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