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Although the name has little relevance, this font is very abstract.
Info: Created on 19th May 2009 . Last edited on 23rd June 2009.
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Can anyone who sees please leave comment
Comment by atomy 1st October 2009
Hi, atomy. I'm commenting because you asked. Abstractness is a fine thing to attempt for the design, however, even in abstract art or design there needs to be some consistency between one and the other to form a cohesive group, as, for instance, between m and n. In relation to m/n, the r is too large and s is completely another style and weight. Similarly, if, say D is the style you were aiming for, then A does not fit, and if A is what you were after, then M matches, but not enough. Get my point? Even in abstract type design, you need to have consistency before it makes sense.
Comment by thalamic 1st October 2009

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