I like it, I think it has potential!
If I were to change one thing, I'd change /z. It interrupts the flowing rhythm of the rest. It's too boxy and rigid, with too many right or close to right angles… (View Post)
Another example of an "unbalanced" lower case a that works: Gill Sans. Compare it to Mallory, for instance. They take completely opposite directions, and yet both work just fine.
A similar differenc… (View Post)
>> you get answers like "you'll know it when you see it"
That's not exactly what I'm saying. There are thumb rules that are worth learning, like the example you've given, that extending a litt… (View Post)
I'm not Christian, but IMHO the answer is positive, it's not suitable for source code. It could work as a display font, though. I can see it used for the cover of an electronic music album… (View Post)