Legibility Sans

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    The name itself for this typeface plays on sarcasm pretty much :-P

    This was a typeface developed for a previous project:

    Some of the letterforms have changed since then, but they were just minor details.

    Custom typography experiment No. 10322

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    1. sam&kosmo 85 months ago | reply

      interestingly minimal........could be from another race...another world

    2. narani 85 months ago | reply

      i likeee :D

    3. _Untitled-1 85 months ago | reply

      @ sam&kosmo: i agree, this type became way too abstract. :-) but what i like about it is that once i see it for the 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc. time it already feels like a typeface :-)

      @ narani: thank you! :-)

    4. jmcarthy99 85 months ago | reply

      I love it. Have you created the actual font yet and if so can I download it?

    5. _Untitled-1 85 months ago | reply

      I have yet to set it on fontographer :-P but i promise it won't take too long before I post the typeface for free download :-)

    6. Simon Strandgaard 85 months ago | reply

      These colors on the dark background are awesome. Very nice.

    7. _Untitled-1 85 months ago | reply

      Thank you :-)

    8. _Untitled-1 85 months ago | reply

      Thank you :-)

    9. [ SHOTER ] [deleted] 84 months ago | reply

      cool workz here!

    10. Muiz_ 81 months ago | reply

      legibility sans! I can't believe I read it! you LEGEND! :D

    11. TIMRO_design [deleted] 81 months ago | reply

      Score 8.5/10 (from the ABC_design* group).

    12. _Untitled-1 81 months ago | reply

      that's a pretty high score :-) thanks bro

    13. magnumleigh 57 months ago | reply

      That's very good, the more I look at it the easier it is to read too. Brilliant

    14. _Untitled-1 57 months ago | reply

      Thanks magnum!

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