by zephram

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My attempt at a font which uses only one grid square per glyph. I guess this is the Fontstruct equivalent of pixel art...?

As an extra challenge I decided to use no curved bricks. (This rule was since broken to add © and ®).

Even better letterforms could be created by compositing the entire thing. However, the goal here was to do what I could with the existing bricks. As such, only #?![]{}¹²³ make use of composites.


Comment by zephram 6th april 2018

I'm in love with your H, O, S, E and N :D

Comment by Cookielord 6th april 2018

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Comment by anonymous-1520403 7th april 2018

Fixed. I broke the "no composites" rule I had set for this one, but it'll do. :D

Comment by zephram 7th april 2018

i love this font!

Comment by Poiqzy (Poiqz) 7th april 2018

this is amazing. no composite used but still able to be like this. As you said, it's more like art than a font. since it's not really easy to read. 

This means your creative. And you are creative

Comment by JingYo 7th april 2018

Added a bunch of symbols!

Comment by zephram 24th july 2018

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