Types like Braggadocio are why I was only half-kidding with the positive spaces joke. Such types remind me of those formative design lessons in gestalt, where everything is defined in spatial terms. Of course it doesn’t work for most of Laura Worthington’s work, but stroke fits there. We have hundreds of thousands of typefaces to describe, so I think there’s room for plenty of descriptive terms. Like those diagrams of names for parts of types that appear in every typography for beginners book, there can be diagrams of different type styles and terms for their construction.Ray Larabie said:Consider Braggadocio which has very little that anyone could call a stroke.