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Info: Created on 23rd March 2011 . Last edited on 26th March 2011.
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... and delicious illegal angles. And edge-of-legible. It's too fussy to be much good but I like the clash of those stretched angles.
Comment by intaglio 23rd March 2011
very visceral. when i look at the sample text, it feels like daggers or nails. ouch. edgy and classic. congrats on another winner.
Comment by funk_king 23rd March 2011
WHAT THE!
Comment by thalamic 23rd March 2011
Oh my god... its a masterpiece!
Comment by Drgrit 23rd March 2011
you know very well that this means you have to FINISH THE REST OF THE UC!!!!!
Comment by 3moDuDe 23rd March 2011
Wow. I'm just speechless. Amazing work!
Comment by Ken Bruce (crispycraker) 23rd March 2011
Sweet. This would have been a great entry in the handmade competition.
Comment by aphoria 23rd March 2011
You are always "One step beyond!"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eir3-omjMVQ

Comment by elmoyenique 23rd March 2011
Wow. I really didn't think it was much cop. Now I will have to take the finishing of it more seriously. Before I started I saw that c in my head. I did the caps version of that glyph at the same time as the l/c to make sure I wasn't going to run into a caps/lower case weight problem. Then I fired ahead with the rest of the lower case, which didn't quite live up to the look I was after (Do they ever?), so I was a bit disappointed. It was, however, a lot of fun puzzling over the joins between the stretched angles and the conventional ones.
The caps promises to have just as much "fun" quotient. Ha ha. Not least of which the spacing issues.
Comment by intaglio 24th March 2011
@elmoyenique: heh heh. see also
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WhhSBgd3KI
Comment by intaglio 24th March 2011
Seeing that cap A, I think I'm going to go for crazy in the upper case too.
Comment by intaglio 24th March 2011
I like it!
Comment by LexKominek 26th March 2011
The most menacing font on fontstruct. Well named!
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 6th April 2011
FINISH IT!! FINISH IT!!! 2364856193874508248513804560913452547/1O!
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 9th July 2011
Whooph! I'm calm now. Can you finish the capitals? My rating still stands.
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 9th July 2011
I let this one go off the boil, which is kind-of fatal for me. There are already enough bricks in it to build Hitler's Berlin. Usually I go hell-for-leather and "finish" a font all at once. Maybe I can attack this one piecemeal, now that the initial attack of love has evaporated(sniff).
Comment by intaglio 12th July 2011
@intaglio: Now that you are in a period when you seem to have difficulties to forge new concepts, why not look back at some of your most extraordinary concepts of the past like this one and try to make them more definitive and achieved. I know it's difficult, but as you know i'm a severe updater who comes back often to earlier works to push even further their boundaries. Believe me, it's an incredibly satifactory, would i say, "endorphinic" sensation when you succeed and pass to the next level with a work which was still "in potentiality", and now looks "released" after so much time!
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 18th April 2012

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