AT Drogo

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Experimental work somehow inspired by Braga, and the result is pretty interesting with some potential I think. Diagonals need work. Thanks.

Info: Created on 29th July 2016 . Last edited on 31st July 2016.
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8 Comments

You gave a joyful look to this bold stencil font, the dots seem to make it bounce.

Comment by Aeolien 30th July 2016

Doesn't seem experimental at all.

Seems full-fleged legit ... and cool.

Comment by thalamic 30th July 2016
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “AT Drogo” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 1st August 2016

Congratulations, I was sure that this font would get a TP :)

Comment by Aeolien 1st August 2016

@Aeolien: Thank you for the continuous postive energy you spread around Fontstruct!

@meek: Very much obliged, thank you.

Comment by architaraz 1st August 2016

A new take on a classic stencil, very effective!

Comment by four 3rd August 2016

Not bad, but you could have at least distinguished the capitals from lowercase.

Comment by OddBean14 OddBean14 (OddBean14Fʋck) 11th August 2016

@ oddbean: he did. It is elegant and delicate exactly where it is needed. The personality of any font or its raison d'être takes precedence over established thought paths or common expectations. Da Vinci gathered information about wings and flight as available at the time, and combined and adjusted what he had learned to make an avant-garde object which his contemporaties ridiculed as they had no vision. It took many centuries for the common brain to develop enough to comprehend the genius and as an expensive by-product managed to invent something similar and much less inspiring.

Our creative members (as well as many dozens of students annually working with FS from all over the globe for their courses) respect this need for change, personality, freedom, creative risk taking. FS members are creative people, able to offer fonts fit for purpose according to a current design brief. 

Naturally an FS member appreciates members' constructive criticism, knowing where we made an error, discovering applied new program features, support and suggestions to help us advance in our work, whether we are 8 or 80.

Reading your comments and noting that you have not yet published any personal FS work I think we are all looking forward to your own FontStructed contributions so that your fellow FS members can see, dissect, admire and learn from them. I am certain you will offer extensive skillfully crafted and well-researched fonts to  your fellow members in FS and thus to the world wide typographic pool.   

Comment by Aeolien 11th August 2016

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