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See also Mionta Redux by Neoqueto.

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As I know, the design related with sports changed a lot from the old-school look. Nowdays, sport magazines, TV channels, commercials for example, have very smooth and modern style. I wanted to create a FontStruction, that fully describes this style. Enjoy.
Info: Created on 4th March 2010 . Last edited on 15th March 2010.
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6 Comments

Comment by Neoqueto 12th March 2010
I do believe you have the right idea. Very interesting glyphs too. :-)
Comment by thalamic 12th March 2010
You have certainly achieved your goal - very smooth and modern.
Comment by p2pnut 12th March 2010
That "R" kicks ass
Comment by kix 15th March 2010
This is my pick from the Sports Challenge crop. (Sorry, I didn't vote/comment on it earlier, so as not to influence the jury.) To me, Mionta perfectly captures the excitement and the adrenaline rush of extreme sports, such as downhill rollerblading, mountain biking, indoor climbing, surfing, or skydiving. Great demo pic. 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 26th March 2010
This is cool. I love the R and the a.
Comment by aphoria 26th March 2010

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