Adapted from an untitled 1946 type specimen drawn by M. Moullet in 1944.
I liked this type a lot, but ultimately decided I liked the script option better for the final poster.
In any case, I ended up constructing a majority of the character set while I was considering it, and I'm thinking about meshing out the rest of it (punctuation, etc.) along with a couple different style options for the future…
Can't exactly tell you how quickly this might happen (I have a number of other items on the todo list…) but I thought you guys might be interested.
about 2 years ago
Yes! This is awesome!
I... can't... wait... duuuude.
Very awesome! :) Please let us know when this is out.
I can't wait either! When you release it I'm sure I'll overuse it.
Oh, Lordy. This is insanely awesome. Beyond interested in seeing this develop into a full-fledged typeface.
wow, that looks great
So hott man.
what a beauty!
Jealous... so good.
I would love to use this font
Stunning! This is a new favorite...I would have to restrain myself from using this all the time.
oooo... I really like this Michael. The slight inner bevel shadow is awesome! :)
What Cobus said.
I want this type sample as a poster. Throw "the quick brown fox..." in there and we have ourselves a sale.
Sign me up!
Lookin' good Michael! I would try to check the connection where the outside middle part of bowls meet on the 'B'. It seems to be a little thick right now. I have a "trick" that sort of fixes that easily when working with characters like this. I'll shoot you an email if you want :) Cheers man.
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