by Breezesquad

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>>> NUMB ELEKTRIK <<< 2010 Breezesquad
Info: Created on 13th May 2010 . Last edited on 1st September 2010.
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Comment by Breezesquad 30th August 2010
What a great sample! It took me some time but now I ve got it! Awesome!
Comment by Tylo 30th August 2010
Neat. :-)

Reminds me of: Norm: The Things. Take a square, an X and a + and put them all on top of each other (the X touches the corners and the + touches the middles of the square). This book list all possible combination you can have of those line segments--all 65,535 of them. It's the most bizarre and the neatest book I own.
Comment by thalamic 30th August 2010
I love these kinds of geometric experiments. Did you notice you forgot a little brick on the right of the small s ?
If Tylo did, i still did not find the clue to read the vertical writing of the sample. Could you help ?
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 1st September 2010
Thank you for the messages!

Did you notice you forgot a little brick on the right of the small s ?
Oh, thanks. Just fixed.

About sample...It's symmetrical composition of two texts.
While making I try to find flexibility from some restrictions of linear grid, and take the balance between letter and sign or symbol.

(To my shame) I didn't know Norm by now. Their works furnish me with interesting!
Comment by Breezesquad 1st September 2010

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