@Jason Santa Maria In reply to http://twitter.com/jasonsantamaria/status/201104748470996992
over 1 year ago
This proves you CAN use many swash forms when working with caps.
@Sebastian Boros ehe! In fact, its really depending of the nature of the Swashes. Some are just to wide and bring too much unnecessary space between letters and words. Don't you think?
@Typofonderie + ZeCraft Yes, I think so too. Also, the ligatures also help a lot here. A beautiful ligature like your CT, for example, would look clumsy, I think, if they both had traditional swashed forms.
Echoing what Sebastian said, this is a very sophisticated and elegant example of all caps with swashes. A feat that is often ill-advised.
about 1 year ago
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