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TURBO

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I have seen a few logotypes that resemble this font, but I haven’t been able to find an actual face that is too similar. (if you know of one, tell me) This is my first font and I’ve only been working on it for a few weeks now.. Already I have many alternates for a lot of the letters, and it’s tough deciding which ones will go in the final product. (especially the “e” and “a”) So far there is only a lower case, but I plan to have a full character set plus an alternate or “expert” face when I finish.

Furnace

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This is a font inspired by Arbeiter-Illustrierte Zeitung anti-Nazi campaigns. I was going for something more modern but still had a somewhat constructivist feel. I also kept in mind a possible application in screen printing.

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Ascii

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I hope this is experimental enough. :) I made “Ascii” back in the late ’80s for a school assignment, intrigued by the effect of overlapping shapes in Fontographer. If there’s interest, I’ll release it.
Comments pro or con are welcome.

Ascii

FontClaire

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FontClaire started with a sketch of the lower case g and turned into a student BFA project. It’s still incomplete, lacking numerals and full punctuation, but I’m very happy with it’s progress, so far—even though I haven’t touched it in years.

I really like the upper case, but still feel like the lower case needs more unity. Any thoughts?

//joe

Review Beta

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Your Sample,(type)are very elegant, but like almost the presents sayds here the terminal of strokes of letters B, R, maybe must have coherenc with all set to give more visual unity.
I like very much of or M but how far you gone apply that descentration of the parts of the letters, you used in more aplications?
This source have very potencial!