Data Pyramids

by JohnIG

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I'm a firm-believer in making a font for a use not just for the hell of it, and as such I've decided to release this experiment that I've never finished. It was birthed out of a poster concept in which I was using spaced pixels, and started to see the possibility of letters in them. This kind of font is especially fun when you start layering multiple versions over each other, or using an inverse.
Info: Created on 16th November 2012 . Last edited on 28th December 2012.
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An original experiment that lead to this font:

[based on trying to visualise data, specifically how many of each type of Magic: The Gathering TCG cards were in existence at the time.]
Comment by JohnIG 1st November 2014
What happens when you use multiple overlapping strings of text, or removing the text from a grid of pixels
Comment by JohnIG 1st November 2014

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