NTH tyro

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The unassuming functionality of a stencil typeface with stark angles hinting at 1970’s chic. Tyro = learner / beginner ( very apt )
Info: Created on 26th August 2009 . Last edited on 13th September 2009.
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Comment by north 9th September 2009
Hey North,
I like the solution you found for R and K.
Also the pointy joints in the X, 8 and &. Why not use thes on other inside joints: 6, 9, even the lower joints of p… ?

Greets,
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Comment by typerider 9th September 2009
Cheers typerider. Great to get some feedback. I originally started with the R and 4. The pointy ends I was forced to use with the geometric limitations of Fontstruct. I was aiming for the consistency of the other gaps (simple half brick gap). This is my first typeface ever and I am making a sample / specimen sheet to give it a workout.
Comment by north 9th September 2009
Fresh and very stylish, and the fact that is a stencil gives this typeface additional functionality!

Very well done, including the sample image!

Comment by Em42 9th September 2009
Thanks so much Em42. It was very time onsuming but very satisfying.
Comment by north 9th September 2009
Nice one :)

For a display font it works really well at pixel level too.
Comment by p2pnut 9th September 2009
70's? I can totally picture this on a Warp Records release. A really cool font. Well done!
Comment by cayo 9th September 2009
Thanks so much for your feedback. I wanted to to be legible but versatile and have some sense of style.
Comment by north 9th September 2009
That specimen looks really good.
I also like the zero character.
Comment by sebastianberns 12th September 2009
Thanks SB. I always wanted to do a zero with the stroke through it.
Comment by north 13th September 2009
Comment by north 13th September 2009
This is, like, the perfect techno font.
Comment by thalamic 15th September 2009
Cheers thalamic you have some inspirational fonts yourself!!!
Comment by north 18th September 2009

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